Braden Billiet | Senior Director | FTI Consulting
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Braden Billiet

  • Senior Director
  • T: +65 6831 7810
  • F: +65 6831 7859
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    • 8 Shenton Way, #12-02
    • AXA Tower
    • 068811
    • Singapore
    • T: +65 6831 7820
    • F: +65 6831 7859
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Braden Billiet is a Senior Director in the Economic Consulting segment at FTI Consulting. Braden joined FTI Consulting’s London office in 2010 and transferred to Singapore in 2013.

Braden specialises in the assessment of complex damages in cases of litigation and international arbitration. He has managed valuations and prepared reports for FTI Consulting experts in matters before the courts of Bahrain, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Singapore, and the UK as well as in arbitrations under CIETAC, HKIAC, ICC, SIAC and UNCITRAL rules and in mediations.

Braden has worked on cases, amongst others, involving breach of contract, expropriation, patent infringement, professional negligence and shareholder disputes across a wide range of industries including banking, chemicals, consumer goods, hospitality, infrastructure, insurance, oil & gas, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications and tobacco.

In non-contentious contexts, Braden has advised clients on regulatory matters, market assessments and business planning and strategy.

Braden also has experience in producing and delivering training courses on financial modelling, report writing and valuation in disputes.

Braden holds a BA in Economics with a minor in International Relations from Cornell University. As part of his undergraduate studies, he spent one year on the Philosophy, Politics and Economics (“PPE”) course at the University of Oxford.

Braden also holds an MPhil in Finance from the University of Cambridge. His dissertation focused on the long-run performance of initial public offerings (“IPOs”) following the technology bubbles of the late 1920s and late 1990s.

Braden is a CFA Charterholder. He is also a CAIA Charterholder. He passed all examinations on first attempts.

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