Greg Harman is "able to articulate difficult concepts in digestible ways" and is praised for his "very polished and credible" reports and testimony.
Greg Harman is a senior managing director in the FTI economic and financial consulting practice based in London. He joined FTI in April 2011. Prior to joining FTI, Mr Harman was a managing director at LECG, where he was responsible for the international arbitration practice in Europe and co-headed the European finance and accounting practice. Mr Harman joined LECG in September 2003. Prior to this, he was a director at Deloitte. Mr Harman started his career in Arthur Andersen's dispute and valuation consulting practice. During his 25 years in consultancy, Mr Harman has undertaken a wide range of assignments in the UK and abroad.
Mr Harman is an expert in the areas of valuation, lost profit assessments, pricing, economic and financial analysis and regulation. Mr Harman has significant experience working on cases in the energy, telecommunications, media, postal, water and transport sectors. Mr Harman's experience has included the production of independent expert reports for submission to government, tax authorities, competition and regulatory bodies.
Mr Harman has given oral evidence on many occasions, He has been instructed as an expert before international arbitration tribunals under ICSID, LCIA, ICC, UNCITRAL, SCC and American Arbitration Association rules. Mr Harman has given oral evidence before the UK High Court, the UK Competition Appeals Tribunal, the UK Competition Commission, the Competition Tribunal in South Africa, the Competition Commission in South Africa, the High Court in South Africa, various UK regulators and under the UK Harbours Act. Mr Harman has provided written evidence before the Constitutional Court of South Africa, the Court of Arbitration for Sport and numerous regulatory and competition authorities. Mr Harman has given evidence during mediation procedures.
Mr Harman holds a BSc in management sciences from the University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology; and an MSc in competition and regulatory economics from City University London. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.