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Mrinal Jain

Mrinal Jain

  • Managing Director
  • Economic & Financial Consulting
  • T: +91 981 929 4462
Connect with Me:
    • Unit 16, Level 3, The Executive Centre
    • The Capital, Plot No. C-70
    • G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex
    • Mumbai, 400051
    • India
    • T: +91 22 4905 5710

Mrinal Jain is a Managing Director in the Economic & Financial Consulting segment at FTI Consulting and is based in Mumbai, India. Mrinal’s primary area of focus is in the assessment of quantum, financial, economic and valuation issues in contentious and non-contentious matters. He is recognised as one of the leading expert witnesses in international arbitration (Who’s Who Legal Arbitration 2019: Expert Witnesses).

Mrinal Jain is "a very bright and responsive expert" who is recognised as an "economist with a fine understanding of the concepts related to the valuation and quantification of damages". One source says, "The work he did was, without exception, always excellent."

Mrinal commenced his professional career with a "Big Four" accounting firm in New York in 2007 and brings with him more than 12 years of experience in corporate finance, valuation and quantification of damages, claims or losses and preparation of independent expert reports and rebuttal reports in dispute cases. Specifically, he has worked on more than 20 matters involving domestic and international arbitrations, bilateral investment treaty (BIT) cases and litigations.

Mrinal’s experience includes valuation of businesses and equity shares; valuation of IPRs including intangibles; market and economic analysis; research and study for various purposes including Dispute Resolution; Litigation and Arbitration support; Family Settlement; Shareholder Negotiation; Joint Venture (entry or exit); Merger and De-merger; Acquisition; Restructuring; Strategic Sale & Investments; Private Equity portfolio evaluation as per IPEVC guidelines; and Financial Reporting purposes. Mrinal has calculated damages or losses under various heads of claims such as wasted costs, consequential costs, loss of future profits and loss of overall business opportunity.

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