Duff & Phelps' Disputes practice provides industry and technical insights to win disputes related to contractual, fiduciary or related obligations and prepares expert analysis to help clients understand, prevent and manage fraud.
At Duff & Phelps, your work will help protect, restore and maximize value for our clients. Join us and together we'll maximize the value of your career.
- As a Vice President you will work in the areas of Bankruptcy, Intellectual Property, Business Insurance Consulting, Commercial & Shareholder Disputes, Fraud, Forensic & Investigative Services, M&A Purchase Price Disputes and Arbitration, Tax Litigation and Analytical Technology.
- Managing staff members to ensure engagement execution that will support thorough and grounded expert opinions and/or provide quality consulting services to attorneys within established timeframes
- Providing guidance to attorneys on key financial and business issues
- Developing and/or evaluating damages claims and calculations
- Creating financial models, cash flow analysis, completing business related valuations, and other analyses as dictated by the needs of the client company or transaction
- Reviewing internal and external communications, including client proposals and expert reports
- Contributing to the growth of the practice
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Economics, Finance, Accounting or Statistics; or an MBA
- Minimum 5 years of experience working in disputes/litigation support practice
- Experience working on bankruptcy matters, creditor and/or debtor work
- Demonstrated financial modeling skills
- Demonstrated knowledge of finance principles and financial statement analysis
- Demonstrated analytical, research, and quantitative skills
- Proven project management and presentation skills, including superior verbal and written communication skills
- Proven experience managing and mentoring a team
- Demonstrated valuation and/or credit analysis experience
- Demonstrated experience supporting expert opinions and/or providing financial analytical services to attorneys