Donny Surtani speaks on Decision Analysis in Fraud Disputes to International Academy of Financial Crime Litigators
On 14 May 2020, Donny Surtani was invited to speak at a (virtual) meeting of the International Academy of Financial Crime Litigators. The Academy brings together leading practitioners and academics focusing on financial crime litigation from around the world. Their Fellows meet regularly to collaborate and share best practice, promote international cooperation, access to justice and due process in the interests of victims and the accused. The session was organised and hosted by Omni Bridgeway, the leading global dispute resolution financier, who have long-standing links with a number of the Academy’s Fellows and a strong track record in supporting claimants pursuing claims arising out of financial crimes.
Donny spoke on decision analysis in fraud disputes, and particularly on strategies for quantifying and visualising litigation risk, and evaluating and settling claims.
Wieger Wielinga, Managing Director Enforcement & EMEA for Omni Bridgeway commented: “At Omni Bridgeway we have to think carefully about risk analysis. Decision tree analysis has been a part of our toolkit for some years and we indeed use it where appropriate. We can highly recommend Donny ‘s valuable insights and approach in this space. Our global team has deep connections across the litigation community, so it was a pleasure to connect Donny to the members of the Academy for a vibrant discussion.”