Claire is a chartered accountant with over six years’ experience in audit and forensic work.
Since joining Haberman Ilett in 2015, she has assisted the expert with the quantification of alleged losses by businesses in the renewable energy sector for High Court proceedings, the valuation of a private company which entered administration as a result of negligence, quantifying the losses suffered by a utility company as a result of construction delays, assisting with a fraud investigation, with a number of oil and gas disputes, and providing accounting assistance in relation to a bilateral investment treaty dispute.
Before joining Haberman Ilett, Claire gained experience across a range of sectors including manufacturing, shipping, healthcare and not-for-profit. Prior to becoming an accountant, she was a secondary school science teacher, drawing on her degree in physics and astrophysics.
Outside of work, Claire enjoys playing the violin in a local orchestra, gradually improving at racquetball, and ballet.