Neal Mizrahi is a managing director at FTI Consulting in the economic and financial consulting, international arbitration practice.
Mr Mizrahi is a chartered professional accountant (CPA), chartered accountant (CPA) and a chartered business valuator (CBV). He has led over 100 engagements and provided oral testimony on matters involving business valuation and damages quantification. He also provides opinions on generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and international financial reporting standards (IFRS).
Mr Mizrahi deals with international trade and investment disputes (ICSID), commercial arbitration (ICC, LCIA, DIAC), as well as Canadian litigation and arbitration. He has provided expert and advisory services to companies and governments in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
For the past decade, Mr Mizrahi has been active in the academic community. In addition to his role at FTI, Mr Mizrahi is an adjunct professor at the Schulich School of Business at York University and at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, where he teaches courses in accounting and business valuation in the undergraduate and graduate programmes. Mr Mizrahi has also acted as an instructor at the professional level, teaching a mandatory component of the chartered accountancy programme in Ontario.
Mr Mizrahi is an avid writer and speaker on topics pertaining to business valuation and damages quantification in international arbitration. He also volunteers in the community; Mr Mizrahi currently sits on the board of directors (as treasurer) of the Israel Cancer Research Fund in Toronto.
WWL says: "In addition to his significant core professional competence and expertise we found him to be very responsive and a good communicator," said one client, "we value that very highly."
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