Greg Harman is a managing director at BRG and leads BRG’s EMEA Disputes practice.
During his thirty years in consultancy, he has undertaken a wide range of assignments in the UK and internationally. He is an expert in the areas of valuation, finance, dispute consulting, competition economics, and economic regulation.
Mr. Harman’s experience has included the production of independent expert reports for submission to government departments, courts, tax authorities, and competition and regulatory bodies; and for inclusion in international corporate transaction agreements.
Mr. Harman has worked on matters before the UK High Court, AAA, PCA, ICC, ICSID, UNCITRAL, LCIA and SCC Tribunals, UK Competition Appeals Tribunal, UK Competition Commission, UK Competition and Markets Authority, Competition Tribunal in South Africa, Competition Commission in South Africa, High Court in South Africa, Ofcom, CAA, Constitutional Court of South Africa, and Court of Arbitration for Sport. He has been involved in mediation procedures.
Mr. Harman is one of the leading global experts active in commercial arbitration, having been ranked consistently in Who’s Who Legal Arbitration for over a decade. He is also identified as a leading expert in commercial litigation, competition economics, and the quantification of damages. Clients describe him as “a brilliant expert,” “highly experienced and very established in the competition scene,” and possessing “an excellent reputation.” Further testimonials relating to Mr. Harman’s expertise can be found at https://whoswholegal.com/greg-harman.
Partner and senior managing director
2011 – 2019
2003 – 2011
Deloitte & Touche
2002 – 2003
1991 – 2002
Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Fellow of the Society of Share and Business Valuers
Areas of Expertise
University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology
BS, Management Sciences
The City University London
MSc, Competition and Regulatory Economics,
University of Virginia, Darden School of Business
Executive Leadership Programme