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Wina Marita

Wina began her career with Matson Driscoll & Damico in 2014 and is now a Manager in the firm’s Singapore office.

Since joining MDD, Wina has been involved mainly in the economic damage quantification of business interruption and stock losses.  She has also worked on litigation support and business valuation cases.  Wina has been involved in assignments across the region, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines.

Her industry experience includes agricultural, automotive, banking and financial services, distribution and warehouse, hotels and resorts, manufacturing, mining, petrochemical and oil refineries and technology.  Wina is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia and speaks conversational Mandarin.

Wina graduated from the University of London with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance (Honours). She is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).  She currently serves as the Treasurer of the Singapore Insurance Institute.

Jerome McDonagh

Jerome has over 10 years of experience in Forensic Accounting.  He joined MDD in 2015 and is Director of their Litigation Support Services in Hong Kong.

He focuses on matters related to business valuationbusiness disputesloss of profits and fraud & investigations. He has extensive experience in litigation support and has acted as an expert witness in Hong Kong and UK court proceedings.

In business valuations, Jerome has advised clients and acted as an expert witness in a variety of assignments including shareholder disputes, divorce proceedings, and valuations of start-ups and mature businesses.  The assignments relate to parties from various jurisdictions including Hong Kong, Singapore, PRC, Korea, Cayman Islands and United Kingdom.

Jerome has been involved in numerous damage quantification matters including loss of profits, post-M&A breaches of warranties and aborted contract claims.

Jerome’s loss of profit experience extends to catastrophe services experience from his involvement in assignments related to the Tianjin explosions in 2015 and Typhoon Hato in 2017.

His expertise spans a wide range of industries including financial servicesmanufacturing, textiles & apparel, IT, property, shipping & freight, telecommunications, casino and gaming.

Jerome is the creator of the MDD Duxbury Calculator, an online, subscription-based calculator designed to enable Duxbury calculations to be completed quickly and cost-effectively.  The Duxbury Calculator can be accessed here.

He has presented various seminars and workshops on business valuation, financial statement fraud, losses from aborted contracts and Duxbury calculations.

Fluent in Cantonese and conversant in Mandarin, Jerome graduated from Manchester University (UK) with a Bachelor of Economic Science degree and the University of London (UK) with a Master of Science degree in Professional Accountancy.  He holds various professional qualifications and affiliations including:

  • Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK)
  • Member of the Academy of Experts (UK)
  • Certified Fraud Examiner (USA)
  • Certified Valuation Analyst (USA)
  • Member of the Hong Kong Family Law Association (HK)
  • Treasurer of the Hong Kong Insurance Law Association (HK)

Rachel Cai

Rachel joined MDD Forensic Accountants in 2008. She has worked for the firm in Singapore and Tokyo and is currently a Senior Manager at its Hong Kong office.

Rachel’s practice focuses on the quantification of economic damages related to business interruption, extra expenses/increased costs, fidelity claims, liability losses and stock losses. She has also been actively involved in catastrophes, especially the 2011 Thailand Floods, providing economic damage assessments.

Rachel’s professional experience spans a wide range of industries including automotive manufacturing, food and beverage, electronics manufacturing, semiconductor, steel, hotels and resorts, power generation, credit cards, insurance, and wholesale and retail industries.

Fluent in Mandarin, Rachel has presented seminars and workshops to industry professionals to help them understand the methodology to calculate business interruption and the problems associated when setting the sum insured. She has also assisted in the preparation of expert witness reports.

She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the National University of Singapore, majoring in Economics. Rachel is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (ACMA).

Bhurima Tienwuttinun

Bhurima joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Singapore office in 2012 as a Senior Accountant. She is now Director of the firm’s Bangkok office.

Bhurima’s forensic accounting expertise spans a wide range of practice areas including business interruptionstock & contentsfraud, concealment & misrepresentation, fidelity claimsbusiness valuations and extra expenses/increased costs. She also has experience in the catastrophe services area, providing economic damage assessments during natural disasters such as the 2011 Thailand Floods.

Bhurima has worked on forensic accounting assignments in the following industries: aluminium  trading, automotive, chemical and petrochemical, computer manufacturing, food manufacturing and trade, warehousing, pulp and paper, real estate development, agriculture, power generation, financial services and timber processing.

Fluent in Thai and English with a good knowledge of spoken and written Mandarin, Bhurima has presented seminars and workshops on business interruption. She has served as Honorary Treasurer for the Insurance Law Association Singapore (ILAS).

Bhurima received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from Thammasat University in Bangkok. She also spent one year as an exchange student at Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkley.

Nattakarn Prasitsumrit

Nattakarn joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Singapore office in 2013 as a Senior Accountant. She is now a Senior Manager at the firm’s Singapore office.

Fluent in Thai, English, Mandarin and Japanese, Nattakarn has proven forensic accounting experience in the areas of business interruption, lost profits, stock & contents, extra expenses/increased costs, power generation, oil & gas and fraud, concealment & representation. In addition, she regularly provides litigation accounting services to MDD clients; and has been active in catastrophe services, quantifying damages that occurred as a result of the 2011 Thailand Floods.

Nattakarn has been engaged on numerous assignments in the agricultural, automotive, manufacturing, power generation and distribution, mining & refining, hotels and resorts, oil & gas, and telecommunications sectors.

She has presented seminars to industry professionals on business interruption, issues in handling CAT claims, ICW and AICW, issues surrounding the BI sum insured, power generation losses and refinery & petrochemical losses.

Nattakarn received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting (First Class Honors) from the Chulalongkorn Business School in Thailand. She also spent one semester at Japan’s Akita International University in the Global Business Faculty. Nattakarn is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA).

Norman Kwan

Norman joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ San Francisco office in 2001 as a Staff Accountant. In 2007, he relocated to the Singapore office to assist with the firm’s expansion of its Asia Pacific operations. In 2009, Norman opened the Hong Kong Office and in 2013, he opened the Tokyo Office. He is a Partner at the firm.

Fluent in both English and Cantonese, Norman has vast international experience and has provided litigation services to clients in Hong Kong, Singapore, the United States and the United Kingdom.

He has performed economic damage quantification assessments for many of MDD’s practice areas including matters related to fidelity, business interruption, extra expenses and stock & contents.  Additionally, he has significant experience in the environmental damages and catastrophe services areas, having been engaged on assignments resulting from hurricanes Katrina, Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne, as well as the Asian tsunami, the Great Tohoku earthquake and the Thai Floods.

He has conducted and presented seminars on forensic accounting topics such as business interruption, extra expenses, stock & contents and catastrophe services.

Norman graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics.