Alexander Lee receives high praise from peers for his “strong knowledge of mining concepts”. He excels in the provision of damage quantification reports.
Alexander Lee is a senior vice president in the investigations, disputes and risk practice at AlixPartners and is based in New York.
Alex is a chartered professional accountant (CPA), chartered accountant (CA) and chartered business valuator (CBV). He is a Bachelor of Accounting and Financial Management and a Master of Accountancy from the University of Waterloo. He has over 10 years of experience in the financial advisory, business valuation and damages quantification industries.
Alex specialises in areas of business valuation and damages quantification for both commercial and investor-state disputes and has prepared valuation reports for individuals, corporations and governments. He has worked on large NAFTA, ICSID, ICC, SCC, LCIA and PCA arbitrations and litigations in both Canadian and US courts.
Alex has led teams conducting economic analyses of several mineral properties and their associated assets in North America, South America, Africa and Asia. He works closely with counsel and technical experts such as mining engineers and construction specialists to fully develop economic models to assess and quantify damages.
While Alex’s practice specialises in the metals and mining sector, he has also worked on engagements spanning multiple other industries including, but not limited to, petroleum extraction and refining, banking, commodities trading and real estate development.
In addition to his work in business valuations and damages quantification, Alex provides transaction advisory services, including valuation and bid strategy analysis. He also has experience in the assurance, tax and forensic audit sectors.
Alex has been published in Practical Law The Journal: Litigation on the topic of applying valuation principles in the context of damages analyses.