Paul is a director in Deloitte’s forensic practice, with over 16 years’ experience in forensic investigations, fraud and corruption advisory, insolvency-related disputes and asset tracing.
Having started his career as an insolvency examiner with the insolvency service, Paul moved to specialise in forensic accounting, investigations and implementing asset recovery strategies for clients following events of loss.
During his career, Paul has enjoyed a secondment as an internal forensic accountant to the Assets Recovery Agency (now the National Crime Agency), working closely with investigators on criminal, civil and tax investigations; and a placement with the Financial Conduct Authority as part of the split-capital trust investigation.
Paul regularly acts for UK and international lawyers, corporates, insolvency practitioners, and regulators. His experience includes a number of large scale investigations and asset recovery engagements in the financial services sector, seeking to recover allegedly misappropriated monies; acting as an expert in the Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution in a claim valued at over US$1.5 billion; providing asset identification and asset tracing services to a number of institutions in the EU seeking to maximise recoveries from debtors; and assisting corporate clients during regulatory investigations.
Paul is a qualified accountant (FCCA), holds a master’s degree in fraud management and is a CEDR-trained mediator.