Since 1997, Dominic has specialised in forensic accounting work, including commercial litigation and arbitration, fraud and financial investigations.
His primary area of focus is high-value commercial disputes. Mr Wreford has worked with clients across a range of industries, including manufacturing, technology, telecommunications, energy, financial services, construction, professional services, insurance, pharmaceuticals, public sector/government and shipping.
Mr Wreford has been the expert in many high-value and high-profile matters. Mr Wreford has worked on, and has given evidence in, numerous arbitrations involving substantial claims of commercial loss.
Over the past few years, these have included a claim for around €1 billion in the nuclear power sector, a €200 million claim in the thermoplastic sector, a claim in excess of US$700 million in the telecommunications sector, and a claim in excess of US$500 million for interruption to a renewable energy business.
Mr Wreford's work typically involves international elements, often with assessments of profits, whether historical or hypothetical/counter-factual positions. These have included cross-border sales of finished goods, shipping contracts, the supply of raw materials between entities in two different countries. In addition, Mr Wreford has worked on post-acquisition disputes where issues of accounting for intra-group sales have arisen.
He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, a chartered fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment, a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and a member of the Academy of Experts. He is a British national.
WWL says: Dominic Wreford is regarded as “a smart, well-known name in the market” praised for his ability to “identify key issues quickly and act on them effectively”.
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