Battine is a Partner in Deloitte’s Forensic practice in Paris. She specialises in the quantification of economic losses and business valuations in the context of disputes, primarily for international arbitration matters. Battine has significant experience in both commercial and investor-state disputes.
Battine has acted as a quantum expert and provided expert evidence (written and oral) in arbitrations conducted under the auspices of most of arbitral institutions (i.e. ICC, ICSID, etc.) brought by European and multinational companies. Additionally, she has participated in hearings in Paris, Singapore and Washington, D.C., as well as virtual hearings, which have often involved an expert witness conferencing (i.e. hot-tubbing) session.
Her experience spans across a range of industry sectors, including: aerospace & defence; energy, resources & industrials; technology, media & telecom; and tourism, hospitality & leisure.
Although her practice is global, a significant part of Battine’s recent focus has involved assisting French and multinational companies, governments, and leading law firms, in the context of disputes in Africa.
Battine has been with Deloitte since 2006, including over five years in the United Kingdom. Prior to focusing on disputes, she spent a number of years in Deloitte’s valuation practice. Battine then performed business valuations in a variety of contexts, including: mergers & acquisitions, tax structuring, corporate restructuring, disputes, as well as for accounting purposes (including intangible asset identification and valuation in the context of purchase price allocations).
Before joining Deloitte, Battine worked in London as a sales trader within Goldman Sachs’ convertible bonds team.
Battine works fluently in both French and English; she is also proficient in German.