Geoffrey Senogles is a chartered accountant based in CRA Geneva and in London, leading the firm’s European team of forensic accountants.
He is a specialist in international arbitration (treaty and commercial).
He focuses on investigative accounting and the measurement of financial losses, loss of profits, joint venture disputes, business valuations, royalty audits and financial investigations. He has worked on assignments across the Middle East, Persian Gulf, India, Turkey plus Africa, North America and Europe generally; this includes spending three years on staff at the United Nations Compensation Commission in Switzerland. He has extensive and diverse testifying experience, including; in the High Court, London; in ICSID, LCIA, SCC and ICC arbitrations; at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAS/CAS); and at the Iran-US Claims Tribunal. He has also acted as expert in UNCITRAL, ECT and AAA arbitrations. He advises small company technology start-ups internationally, with growing operations in India and Africa. His broad sector experience includes, for example; oil and gas (incl. LNG), sports/football, telecoms, renewable energy, media, food, banking, construction and commodity trading. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (FCA).
He is engaged by claimants or respondents, but also as a tribunal-appointed expert.
He speaks Welsh, English and French.
For many years, he has lectured on financial damages on the MIDS LLM programme at the University of Geneva. He has also provided workshops at the Swiss Arbitration Academy and the Universities of Fribourg and Dundee. He provides training workshops to law firms; speaks at legal conferences internationally; co-delivers staff training workshops within CRA, and is on the board of editors of the Journal of Damages in International Arbitration (Juris Publications).
Tel: +44 207 664 3700
WWL says: Geoffrey Senogles regularly assists with arbitrations as an accountancy expert witness, offering substantial expertise in assessing financial loss.
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