After studying law, Beth joined the business consulting practice of a Big Four firm where she worked on a range of litigation support and economic consulting projects with a focus on valuation and cost of capital work. She qualified as an ACA in 1998 and her interest in valuations led her to become an equity analyst, covering European fixed line telecommunications for four years. Beth left the City to have a career break, during which she had three children and taught business and economics in secondary school.
Since joining Haberman Ilett in 2014, she has been involved in the evaluation of quantum in a range of commercial and contractual disputes including loss of profits and valuations.
Outside of work, Beth enjoys having fun with her children and cheering them on in their sporting pursuits.