Kate has over 12 years’ experience in forensic accounting working on international disputes in both litigation and arbitration. Working in a dedicated forensic accounting practice from the start of her career, Kate has built an impressive portfolio of experience including valuations of private and public entities, computations of damages as a result of breach of contract, matrimonial disputes and joint venture disputes.
She has worked on disputes across a wide range of regions and a variety of sectors including financial services, oil and gas, energy (including renewables), telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, metals and mining, retail and consumer goods, and information technology.
Kate’s recent experience primarily focuses on complex financial modelling in disputes involving the implementation of IT systems and contentious valuations of start-up and distressed companies.
Kate holds a first-class degree in experimental psychology, and a master’s degree in neuropsychology, from Bristol University. She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.