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Braden Billiet

Braden Billiet

  • Senior Director
  • Economic Consulting
  • T: +82 2 2190 3703
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    • 16/F Gangnam Building
    • 396 Seocho-daero
    • Seocho-gu
    • Seoul, 06619
    • Korea, Republic of
    • T: +82 2 2190 3727
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Braden Billiet is a Senior Director in the Economic and Financial Consulting practice at FTI Consulting. He is based in Seoul, where he leads FTI’s Economic and Financial Consulting practice in Korea. Braden joined FTI Consulting in 2010 and previously worked in the London and Singapore offices.

Braden specialises in the assessment of complex damages in cases of litigation and international arbitration. He has been appointed as an expert in M&A, joint venture, business interruption, manufacturing/ distribution, and licensing disputes, and he has given oral testimony. In addition, he has managed valuations and prepared reports for a range of other matters, contentious and non-contentious.

Braden has worked across a wide range of industries including automobiles, banking, chemicals, computer games, consumer goods, energy & power, hospitality, infrastructure, insurance, oil & gas, pharmaceuticals, telecoms, and tobacco in cases before the courts of Bahrain, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Singapore, and the UK as well as in CIETAC, HKIAC, ICC, ICSID, KCAB, SIAC, and UNCITRAL arbitrations and in mediations.

Braden has also provided regulatory and market assessments and assisted with business planning and strategy, and he has experience in producing and delivering training courses on financial modelling and valuation.

Braden holds a BA in Economics and a minor in International Relations from Cornell University. As part of his undergraduate studies, he spent one year on the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics course at the University of Oxford. Braden also holds an MPhil in Finance from the University of Cambridge.

Braden is a CFA Charterholder, a CAIA Charterholder, a CVA Charterholder, and a Member of CIArb.

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