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Howard Rosen is a senior managing director at FTI Consulting and has been involved exclusively in business valuations, damages quantification, and corporate finance related matters since 1981. He has acted as an adviser to private and public companies, regulatory bodies, and all levels of government on a wide variety of industries. His work experience covers assignments across North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Howard has provided expert witness testimony in over 200 damages quantification and valuation matters in courts in Canada and the United States and also in International Arbitration hearings in North and South America, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Mr Rosen has acted as court-appointed administrator, monitor and inspector, and sat as a member of an arbitral tribunal and as a sole arbitrator. He is the co-author of two texts on the quantification of economic damages and has lectured extensively to professional interest groups. Howard has acted as instructor at the NITA and FIAA Expert Witness Trial Practice Programs, the MIDS Programme in Geneva, and as an MBA instructor at the Schulich School of Business in Toronto. He has been listed as one of the top valuation and damages experts in Canada by Lexpert, and internationally by Who’s Who Legal as one of the top experts in International Commercial Arbitration. Mr Rosen’s corporate finance experience extends to private equity investments, and managing investments through liquidity transactions, including sale to strategic buyers and IPO. Mr Rosen currently sits on the board of directors and audit committee of one public company (agriculture), and on the advisory committee of an institutional investor. His past board positions have included a junior resource company (gas and mining), a medical software and devices company where he served as chair of the Audit Committee, as well as a specialty manufacturer. Mr Rosen leads the global international arbitration practice for FTI Consulting.
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