Nathan began his forensic accounting career with a Big Four firm in London in 2007, working on a number of advisory and fraud investigation projects. He began to specialise in disputes work in 2013 and joined Haberman Ilett in October 2015. Nathan provides financial analysis and damages quantification services to clients involved in a variety of disputes including commercial and contractual disputes, investor-state cases, transaction-related disputes, competition matters and valuation disputes.
Nathan has helped advise clients on quantum in commercial and contractual disputes, and his experience covers international arbitration, commercial litigation and expert determination. He is experienced in all areas of forensic accountancy work, including financial modelling and technical valuation, and he also has experience in competition matters involving the calculation of overcharge and pass-on.
Since joining Haberman Ilett in 2015, Nathan has worked on a number of cases including quantum claims on major construction and logistics projects in Tanzania, Russia and Kazakhstan; a wasted cost claim in the IT sector; competition cases involving the calculation of overcharge and pass-on; a major oil and gas dispute involving consequential loss; and the valuation of a financial services product portfolio.
Nathan holds a bachelor’s degree in finance, accountancy and management from Nottingham University. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.