Management Consulting Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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The listings below are all Management Consulting expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsVaughn Pearson
Financial services litigation support, consulting, and seminars. Practicing commercial banking expert with 25 years of executive-level bank lending/credit experience and 15 years of financial advisory services in large and small consulting organizations. State-appointed supervisor of troubled banks, including heavy involvement with boards of directors and executive management. Vetted by FDIC to head bank liquidation teams. Significant report writing, deposition, and trial experience. Forensic Expert Witness Association professional member. IMS-designated EliteXpert.
Natl banking, financial services, insurance & real estate consulting/expert witness group. Expertise in: Lending/credit, bank operations; Trusts, Investments/securities; Finance; Insurance claims, brokerage, underwriting; RE transactions; Damages.
Dix Hills, NY
Ron Barone is a financial executive having formerly worked at Standard Poors Ratings Services for 22 years. Specializing in Analytics: credit, financial, business, and enterprise risk, M&A, asset sales, share buybacks, LBOs, balance sheet restructurings, equity issuances, bond/debt transactions, hybrid securities, management and governance, project/infrastructure financings, bankruptcy emergences, corporate credit analysis.
Fisher Consulting Group Inc.
Frederick Fisher, J.D.
El Segundo, CA
Mr. Fisher has 40 years experience in Professional Liability claims Brokerage Underwriting and loss control. Fisher Consulting Group consults on Loss Control provides Expert Witness Work and Coverage Management and Review.
Ted Sturtz is a financial professional with more than two decades of both U.S. and global investment banking and capital markets experience across industries. Earlier, he was an analyst at Standard and Poors and has also consulted with Bloomberg, explaining complex financial developments to groups of Bloomberg journalists. He currently serves as a FINRA arbitrator.
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