Kate joined Kroll through the acquisition of Haberman Ilett in 2020. Before that, she was a forensic director at Haberman Ilett.
Prior to joining Haberman Ilett, Kate was part of the Forensic Accounting team at CRA International (formally Lee & Allen).
Having worked as a forensic accountant in a Disputes practice from 2008, Kate has built up an impressive repertoire of disputes experience ranging from matters related to manipulation of accounts, valuations of private and public entities, calculations of loss of profits, damages resulting from breach of contract, matrimonial disputes, and shareholder and joint venture disputes. She has also worked on disputes in a range of sectors, including financial services, oil and gas, energy (including renewables), telecommunications, metals and mining, retail and consumer goods, and information technology.
Kate’s area of focus is contentious valuations, where she has significant experience working on company and business valuations, joint venture and shareholder disputes across a wide range of geographies and sectors. She has also given oral testimony in the High Court.
Kate has been recognized by Who’s Who Legal as a Thought Leader Global Elite, an Arbitration Future Leader and a Consulting Expert - Quantum and Damages.
Kate holds a bachelor’s degree in experimental psychology and a master’s degree in neuropsychology from Bristol University. She is a Chartered Accountant and a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.