Terence Mark is a managing director in BRG’s Asia-Pacific (APAC) Economics & Damages practice and is based in the firm’s Tokyo office.

He has nearly twenty years of experience in Asia as part of a more than forty-year career that also has included roles in banking, finance, and restructuring in New York, Chicago, and London.

Mr. Mark has specific experience and expertise in credit risk, securities, loans, derivatives, structured products, portfolio management, and the restructuring of non- or underperforming assets. He has managed through multiple credit cycles and has hands-on knowledge of corporate and structured credit, aviation finance, asset-backed securities, real estate, and film finance.

Mr. Mark leverages this unique combination of market experience and product expertise to provide expert services to law firms and their clients related to finance, banking, valuations, restructuring, and damages. He has provided expert witness testimony and been deposed on multiple occasions.

As a portfolio manager at a global manager of collateralized debt obligations and structured investment vehicles in New York, Mr. Mark was one of five managers responsible for allocation and management of US$ 36 billion of corporate and structured finance assets and liabilities across credit structures including CDO/CLOs, conduits, and SIVs. His experience managing and participating in the ultimate wind-down of these structures gives him insight to legal, regulatory, and rating agency issues under complex circumstances.

In Tokyo, Mr. Mark has held senior positions with commercial and investment banks. In the 2000s, he served as general manager, Japan country head, and head of portfolio management APAC at a commercial bank. He subsequently was engaged by a government agency tasked with managing an orderly wind-down and liquidation of various banking businesses across Asia, which was completed in 2017. Subsequently, he was mandated by the same agency to help achieve the same goal with a US-based portfolio consisting mainly of a motion-picture assets, real estate NPLs, and complex litigation.

Mr. Mark spent much of his career building banking businesses in the US and Asia, and a near equal portion in the highly specialized position of managing orderly wind-downs of regulated businesses with large balance sheets, in difficult regulatory environments, dealing with complex litigation, corporate governance, and sensitive local human resources issues.

Employment History

Rockport Japan K.K.
Representative director & liquidator
2021 – 2023

EAA US Holdings, Inc.
President and director
2017 – 2022

EAA Japan K.K., Tokyo
Representative director and general manager/liquidator
2014 – 2017

Portigon AG, WestLB successor entity
Managing director, Tokyo branch manager
2009 – 2014
Managing director, head loan and portfolio management, APAC
2006 – 2014

Brightwater Capital Mgmt., New York
Portfolio manager, executive director
2003 – 2006

WestLB Securities Pacific Ltd, Tokyo
Head of Credit Sales, executive director
2001 – 2003

RBC Dominion Securities, Global Credit Derivatives Group, Tokyo Branch
General manager
2000 – 2001

J. Henry Schroder & Co., Tokyo Branch
Head of Structured Credit Transactions
1997 – 2000

RBC Dominion Securities, Global Asset Swaps Group, New York Branch
Corporate vice president
1996 – 1997

Schroder & Co. New York and London brances
Sr. vice president, Structured Derivative Products
1992 – 1995

Professional Affiliations

CFA Society Japan

CFA Society of New York

CFA Institute

Global Association of Risk Professional (GARP)

Professional Risk Manager’s International Association (PRMIA)

American Chamber of Commerce, Japan


Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)

Financial Risk Manager (FRM)

Certified Risk Manager designation (PRMIA)

Non-Executive Director SRF BTEC Level 7 Advanced Professional Diploma Level 7 (Pearson)

Areas of Expertise