David Rogers is held in high regard by market sources who commend his “great ability to identify and anticipate problems”.
David Rogers is a managing director in the economic and financial consulting practice of FTI Consulting, based in London. He specialises in the valuation of businesses, shares and intangible assets, and in the quantification of complex damages, such as those arising from contractual, shareholder, joint venture, post-acquisition, and professional negligence disputes.
David has advised on valuation, damages and intellectual property matters in both contentious and non-contentious contexts. For the past 10 years, his practice has focused on expert witness work. He has prepared expert reports in arbitrations under the rules of ICC, ICSID and other arbitral tribunals and for matters in the High Court of England and Wales, and the UK First Tier Tax Tribunal.
David is the author of a chapter in GAR’s Guide to Damages in International Arbitration. He has also written several articles on valuation matters that often arise in disputes. He regularly presents on valuation and damages related topics to arbitration and litigation lawyers, and has provided training to the shares and asset valuation team of the UK tax authority. David is a member of the valuation advisory committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
David holds a BSc (Class I) in economics from the University of Warwick and is a chartered accountant. Prior to joining FTI Consulting, David was a senior manager at LECG and, before that, a member of Ernst & Young’s corporate finance practice.