Antoinette (Toni) Pincott has nearly 30 years’ experience as an accounting and damages expert witness. She has been involved in several hundred cases and has given evidence under cross-examination, including witness conferencing, on over 20 occasions internationally. Her case work spans investigation, litigation and arbitration under English, US and foreign laws, as well as ICSID, ICC, UNCITRAL, LCIA, SIAC, HKIAC and SCC, and ad hoc arbitrations, where complex financial damage is involved. Ms Pincott’s cases have broad global reach with matters involving Asia, Africa, Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and offshore structures. She has sat as assistant arbitrator or lead mediator in 15 disputes and regularly acts as a neutral expert determiner.
Ms Pincott’s sector experience encompasses manufacturing, retail, energy, construction, insurance, transportation, food and leisure, and IT. Matters range from shareholder and joint venture disputes, termination of agreements, and post-acquisition disputes, to business and share valuations, with claims exceeding US$1 billion.
Prior to joining NERA’s international arbitration practice in 2014, Ms Pincott qualified as a chartered accountant in the audit practice of Deloitte Haskins & Sells in 1988. She then moved into forensic accounting and led Grant Thornton’s London forensic services practice prior to opening StoneTurn’s London office in 2008. Ms Pincott is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and is a non-practising barrister. She is a member of the UK Institute of Chartered Arbitrators, the UK’s Expert Witness Institute and the Academy of Experts, as well as a CEDR-accredited mediator.
WWL says: The "talented, bright and honest" Antoinette Pincott is skilled in the damages area and is "an excellent communicator".
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