Damages Expert Consulting
Expert damages analysis and quantification.
Debbie Revill is a Chartered Accountant and managing director in the Expert Services practice of Kroll. She has been working as a forensic accountant for over 20 years and is recognised in Who’s Who Legal as an Expert Witness in Arbitration and as a Consulting Expert for Quantum of Damages.
Prior to joining Kroll, Debbie was a partner at Haberman Ilett, which was acquired by Kroll in 2020.
She has been appointed as the expert in arbitration, litigation and expert determination and has given oral testimony in arbitrations proceedings, including cross-examination.
She has been involved in over 60 cases and has extensive experience in all aspects of dispute work across a wide range of industries in both civil and criminal matters. Her experience includes advising on the financial aspects and quantification of loss in commercial and contractual disputes, fraud-related disputes, funds tracing matters, shareholder and joint venture disputes, transaction-related disputes, matrimonial disputes, professional negligence claims, valuation disputes and investment treaty claims.
She has been appointed and advised private clients, governments and companies in evaluating damages and financial issues across a wide range of industries, including energy and resources, oil and gas, construction, insurance, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, technology, media and financial services, in both the UK and overseas courts and under international arbitration tribunals (ICC, LCIA, SCC, UNCITRAL and ad hoc).
Whilst specialising in dispute work, in particular in the oil and gas and financial services sectors, she also has considerable investigations experience, encompassing whistleblowing and fraud investigations, security trading investigations and bribery and corruption investigations for the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Debbie is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and holds a degree in accountancy and finance from the University of Warwick. She qualified as a chartered accountant in 2002 at a boutique forensic firm before joining the forensic team at a Big Four accounting firm in 2007. In September 2014, she joined Haberman Ilett, which became part of Kroll in December 2020.