Keming Liang is a director in BRG’s Asia–Pacific Economics & Damages practice and is based in the firm’s downtown Los Angeles and Beijing offices.
He specializes in the valuation of businesses, tangible assets, and intellectual property; assessment of damages; financial statement analysis; solvency analysis; and transfer pricing. He has extensive experience in addressing economic and financial issues in commercial disputes arising from mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy, shareholder appraisal right, taxes, patent infringement, lost profits, breach of contract, and breach of fiduciary duties. His work has spanned industries including energy, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, financial services, technology, consumer products, and entertainment and media.
In addition to his work in contentious matters, Mr. Liang’s experience includes providing transaction advisory services and valuation services for fairness opinion and tax and financial reporting purposes.
Mr. Liang is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder, a California-licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and a certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM). He holds a master’s degree in finance from Claremont McKenna College and obtained his BA with double majors in economics and business and mathematics from Lafayette College.
Before joining BRG, Mr. Liang was a vice president at a leading economic consulting firm and worked as a research associate at the American Institute for Economic Research.
A fluent Mandarin speaker, Mr. Liang has particular expertise in China-related matters.
2012 – 2020
Summer financial analyst
American Institute for Economic Research
2008 – 2011
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), California
Certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM)
Areas of Expertise
Claremont McKenna College
MA, Finance, 2012
BA, Economics & Business, Mathematics, 2008