Calvin Qiu is a director in BRG’s disputes and arbitration practice, based in the Hong Kong and Singapore offices.
An economist by training, Mr. Qiu applies analytical methods in economics and finance to conduct business and asset valuations (both tangible and intangible), and assessment of damages in complex commercial disputes. He is well versed in statistics and econometrics and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
Mr. Qiu has experience in Asia-Pacific (APAC)–related matters across various sectors, such as financial services, technology, power and infrastructure, manufacturing, retail, hospitality, and education. He has been involved in HKIAC, SIAC, KCAB, LCIA, ICC and UNCITRAL arbitrations, as well as litigation cases in the Hong Kong, Singapore, UK, US, and offshore courts.
Mr. Qiu has delivered seminars and workshops on a diverse set of topics, such as valuation and damages assessment, on quantitative issues in M&A disputes, and on the cross-examination of valuation issues.
Prior to joining BRG, Mr. Qiu was an economic consultant focusing on economic policy, economic impact assessments, and competition. In this role, he managed several strategic and economic studies for private- and public-sector clients in the APAC region, including Hong Kong, Singapore, and Australia.
Mr. Qiu is fluent in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin, and has Japanese language skills at upper-intermediate level. He holds a BA in economics and an MPhil in economic research from Cambridge University.
A full CV with experience list is available upon request.
Berkeley Research Group (BRG)
ICF International (formerly ICF GHK)
Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts
Areas of Expertise
University of Cambridge
MPhil (Distinction), Economic Research, 2013
MA (Hons) and BA (Hons), Economics, 2010