Simon Parrott is a renowned expert lauded as a “strong communicator who is always calm and collected”. He is further praised as "very responsive, easy to work with and someone who explains complex matters clearly and concisely".
Simon Parrott’s practice focuses on expert witness and dispute advisory services. He has significant experience advising on the quantification of losses before international arbitration tribunals (under ICC, ICSID, LCIA and UNCITRAL rules) and the UK High Court.
Simon has experience in assisting clients and their legal advisers involved in a wide variety of commercial and contractual disputes across a number of sectors, particularly in the financial services, oil and gas and infrastructure sectors. Particular cases of note include claims for damages arising out of the alleged manipulation of LIBOR submissions and mis-selling of interest rate hedging products, expropriation of assets, and breach of contract disputes arising from the financing, construction and operation of assets in the energy sector.
Simon has also advised on a number of claims arising out of the sale and purchase of businesses, including breach of warranty claims and disputes over “earn out” mechanisms.
Simon qualified as a chartered accountant in 2006, and has specialised in forensic accountancy matters since qualification. Prior to qualification he gained broad audit experience across a wide range of industries and clients from AIM-listed companies through to family owned businesses.
Simon qualified as a certified fraud examiner in 2008 and has passed levels 1 and 2 of the International Institute of Business Valuers’ exams. He is also a member of ICAEW’s forensic/expert witness group.