Louis has over six years of experience in providing forensic accounting and investigative litigation services since joining MG&A, working on both property and marine claims related to the review and analysis of commercial financial damages for contingent business interruption, time element (BI/Extra Expense), inventory and property damage losses. His experience, now in a Senior Manager role, includes work performed for both domestic and international engagements related to renewable power generation (i.e. wind/hydro), petro-chemical, marine services, manufacturing (industrial, cement, steel, food, beverage and other product), large and small retail and hospitality businesses, service and shipping industries. He also provides support for various litigation services for attorneys, law firms and other parties related to damage claims assessments, alternative dispute resolutions and accounting-related interrogatories, while also playing key roles in the support of expert witnesses in preparing document requests for discovery purposes and presenting findings subsequent to analyzing business records.
Prior to joining MG&A, he worked for four years as a financial reporting associate in the Global Real Assets division of J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Therein, he was responsible for the review and approval of actual and budgeted financial reporting of retail, office and industrial assets for various investment funds, performed due diligence for property acquisitions / dispositions and directed the department’s quarterly reporting submission to a third-party research firm. Louis previously worked for two years at Deloitte & Touche, LLP where he started his career as an audit professional in the financial services sector, being part of a large audit team during the S-1 filing (IPO) for a large, international private equity firm.
Villanova University, Bachelor of Science in Accounting