Nathan is a chartered accountant with over eight years’ experience at a Big Four firm. Since his qualification in 2010, he has specialised in forensic accounting and has worked on a variety of litigation and international arbitration engagements in the construction and utilities sector, as well as investigations for public sector and financial services clients.
Nathan joined Haberman Ilett in 2015 and has worked on several cases, including a major oil and gas dispute involving loss of opportunity and consequential loss claims and a dispute over the additional costs incurred in the construction of a hotel in Kazakhstan. He has also worked on the valuation of a financial services product portfolio and is involved in a long running dispute over the loss of investment in a liquidated company.
Outside of work, Nathan is a sports enthusiast and can be regularly found playing golf at his local course.