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Accounting for Political Stability
Accounting for Political Stability

A leading industrial turbine overhaul company suffered a fire. The resulting £20m business interruption claim review included analysis of the impact on sales of the political and financial stability of the various countries requiring the company's services.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Energy, Mining & Utilities
  • Property / Business Interruption
DSU Claim Fails

A claim was made under a delayed start-up policy by an oil refinery in India damaged by a cyclone. Liability was denied on the contention the claimant did not have adequate funding to complete the project. We were instructed to review funding adequacy from the outset of construction, including evaluation of contracts with stage payments, invoices, bank correspondence and cash-based project reports. We gave evidence in arbitration hearings held in Mumbai and London.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Disputes / Arbitration
  • India
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Arbitration in Reinsurance Dispute

Provided forensic accounting services with regard to an arbitration between insurers and reinsurers in the UK. Calculated the value of the premium, claims and reinsurance transactions passing between the companies.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Business & Professional Services
  • Disputes / Reinsurance disputes
  • United Kingdom
Regulatory Review of Financial Services Firm

Jointly appointed by the UK regulator and one of the world’s largest regulated life and financial products providers to independently respond to findings of misselling. The appointment involved a substantial multi-disciplinary team and necessitated weekly presentations of joint updates on findings to the regulated firm’s Board of Directors as well as to the regulator.

  • Corporate / Quantification
  • Banking & Financial Services
  • Corporate consulting
  • United Kingdom
Inventory Analysis After Sandy

Assessed a US $3.5 million stock loss claimed by a distribution company for inventory damaged in storm surge from Superstorm Sandy. The insured filed a claim based on sales price less unincurred selling expenses. A detailed investigation and analysis of the records, claimed inventory and sales process revealed overstated sales pricing, underestimated unincurred selling expenses, unaccounted inventory recovered and sold at auction, and inventory levels held in warehouses above insured levels.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Property Damage
  • United States
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Investigating Postal Employee Fraud

In-house lawyers and counsel for the National Postal Company requested assistance when employee fraud was suspected. An investigation of post office records over a period of time indicated fraudulent activity.

  • Corporate / Quantification / Investigation
  • Government / Public Services
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
  • United Kingdom
Steel and Aluminium Coil Manufacturer Flooded

A steel and aluminium coil manufacturer in Saudi Arabia suffered business interruption and stock losses following heavy rainfall which flooded the factory and halted production. The insured transferred the majority of its workforce to an alternative production site and switched from five to seven day working in order to make up the loss. The review focused on loss of sales and quantification of the additional costs, efficiency losses and savings that resulted from transferring production.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Saudi Arabia
Destruction of the Production Studio
Destruction of the Production Studio

Following a fire which destroyed the production studios of a UK TV shopping channel, a loss of profits claim of £20 million required review for the increased costs of working, including those incurred for setting up temporary production studios.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Technology, Media & Telecoms
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • United Kingdom
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