David Rogers is a director in the disputes practice of BRG and is based in London.

He is a Chartered Accountant. Before joining BRG, he was a managing director at a global business advisory firm and, before that, a senior manager with LECG.

Mr. Rogers has more than twenty years’ experience of valuation and damages work. He specialises in the valuation of businesses, shares and intangible assets; and in the quantification of complex damages, such as those arising from contractual, shareholder, post-acquisition, investor-state and matrimonial disputes.

Who’s Who Legal recognized Mr. Rogers as a leading expert witness in its Arbitration guides for 2019–2022 and in its Litigation guide, describing him as “articulate, analytical and accurate… He is very personable, has a calm demeanour and nothing seems like too much trouble, which makes him easy to work with as an instructing solicitor.”

Mr. Rogers has been certified as an expert witness by Cardiff Law School, having completed the assessments of the Cardiff University Law School Bond Solon Expert Witness Scheme.

Mr. Rogers has prepared expert evidence for matters in the High Court of England and Wales and the UK First Tier Tax Tribunal; and in arbitrations convened under the rules of ICC, ICSID, LCIA and other arbitral institutions. He also has acted in mediations and prepared expert determinations.

Mr. Rogers’ experience in noncontentious matters includes valuation advice in the context of related-party transactions and financial restructurings and for tax purposes.

Mr. Rogers is a member of the advisory committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). He has provided training to HMRC’s Shares and Asset Valuations team. He is the author of several articles relating to valuation issues, including a chapter in Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Damages in International Arbitration. He regularly presents on valuation and damages–related topics to arbitration and litigation lawyers.

Employment History

FTI Consulting
2011 – 2021

LECG
2006 – 2011

Ernst & Young, Corporate Finance Practice
2002 – 2006

Professional Affiliations

Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS)
Member

Areas of Expertise

Education

University of Warwick
BSc, Economics (Hons) (Class I)

London Business School
Advanced Corporate Finance Program

Cardiff University Bond Salon
Accredited Expert Witness

Recognition

Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)
Valuation Group, Advisory board member