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Mr Yin is a Consultant in NERA’s Regulatory Economics and International Arbitration Practices. He specialises in the finance and economics of regulated utilities, economic assessment of damages, and other valuation issues in the context of international arbitration.
In the area of regulatory economics, Mr Yin has advised regulators and utilities on various aspects of economic regulation, with a focus on cost of capital issues, financeability, financial and risk modelling, and regulatory framework design.
With respect to international arbitration, Mr Yin has been involved in assessing financial and economic issues arising in international commercial and investor-state disputes before ICSID, ICC, and UNCITRAL. His experience includes quantum of damages assessments, cost of capital and profitability assessment, and the evaluation of lost profits from construction delays.
Mr Yin is a CFA Charterholder and a certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM). He graduated with distinction from the London School of Economics (LSE) with an MSc in finance and was the winner of the Antoine Faure-Grimaud Prize for best overall performance. He also holds an MSc in economics from LSE, as well as a BSc in chemical engineering and a BA in economics from Lafayette College in the United States.
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