Anthony Charlton is a partner of Deloitte France, where he leads the international arbitration team.
Anthony has over 20 years' specialist experience of forensic accounting, damages quantification and business valuation. He has assisted public and private companies, regulators, governments, law firms and individual investors, across many jurisdictions and industries, in the context of claims involving lost profits, post-transaction disputes, contentious valuations, expert determination, wasted costs, fraud, joint-venture disputes, and other types of forensic accounting assignments.
Anthony has acted as testifying, consulting, and tribunal-appointed expert witness in many arbitrations and litigations of differing size and complexity, conducted under the auspices of various arbitral institutions including the ICC, ICSID, SCC and LCIA, and under UNCITRAL rules. He has also acted as an expert witness in litigation matters before both the French and Belgian national courts. He is often instructed to provide preliminary assessments of the value of potential claims for damages.
He has assisted clients in contentious and non-contentious matters in many different regions including the US, the UK, Eastern Europe, Africa, continental Europe, Scandinavia and the Middle East. His experience covers many different industry sectors including telecommunications, construction, hotel and leisure, aviation, real estate, infrastructure, energy, oil and gas, banking, chemicals, satellites and materials.
Anthony is a graduate of Durham University and a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He has been based in Paris since 2004.
WWL says: Anthony Charlton is identified as a “standout” by interviewees for his expertise in damages quantification and forensic accounting.
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