Sarah Cameron is a “very user-friendly, efficient and commercially-aware” expert, extolled by peers for her “very composed demeanour” and ability to “distil complex issues into simple explanations”.
Sarah Cameron is an assistant director in EY’s forensic and integrity services practice, based in London. Sarah’s career spans over 12 years, and for nine of those she has specialised in forensics, with a particular focus on dispute services.
Sarah has worked on cross-border disputes arising from both litigation and arbitration, as well as on disputes arising from corporate transactions. Sarah is skilled in the assessment of quantum of damages, accounting and financial irregularities, loss of profits and valuation issues in disputes. Sarah has worked across a range of geographical areas, including the United States, India, the Middle East and Europe.
Sarah has experience across a number of sectors, including oil and gas, mining, government and public services, pharmaceuticals, consumer products and financial services.
Prior to joining EY’s forensics practice, Sarah worked in EY’s audit practice and qualified as a chartered accountant in 2010. She qualified as a Certified Fraud Examiner in 2014. In 2013, Sarah was one of seven people selected from EY’s forensics EMEIA practice for a firm-sponsored EMBA at the European School of Management and Technology in Berlin, in which she was one of 10 people to receive honours. Sarah has a first-class honours degree in natural sciences from the University of Bath.