Paul is a Partner with MDD Forensic Accountants’ in London, England. He joined the London office in 1999, moving to Asia in 2004 to establish the firm’s Singapore office before returning to MDD London three years later.
Paul has extensive experience in litigation support services, providing witness testimony at the High Court and at international arbitration. He is a member of the Academy of Experts (MAE) and Expert Witness Institute (MEWI) and has prepared numerous expert reports on a wide range of insurance-related matters and commercial disputes ranging from a few hundred thousand pounds to those in excess of £150 million.
Paul’s forensic accounting practice focuses on products liability & recall, business valuation, fidelity, lost profits, increased costs of working and stock & contents matters. He has dealt with retail and manufacturing losses encompassing a wide range of industries including automotive, chemicals, biofuels, power generation, publishing, hotels, luxury goods, pulp and paper, glass manufacture and metals.
Paul has significant experience in the catastrophe service areas including the 2004 Tsunami, 2007 UK floods, 2011 Thai floods, 2011 Japanese earthquake, 2015 Tianjin explosion and the 2017 Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
Paul has conducted seminars and training sessions in a number of countries on various technical forensic accounting topics. Paul is a former President of the London Business Interruption Association, responsible for educating the UK market in all things BI. He is also a French-speaker and oversees the firms office and growing forensic accounting practice in France.
He graduated from Kingston University in England with a Masters degree in Accounting and Finance and Aston University with a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business and Modern Languages (French).