Howard Rosen has over 39 years’ experience of advising on all aspects of business valuations, damages quantification, and corporate finance related matters. He has acted as an advisor to private and public companies, regulatory bodies, and all levels of government on a wide variety of industries. His work experience covers assignments across North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Mr. Rosen has testified in damages quantification and valuation matters on over 200 occasions.
Mr. Rosen has acted as court appointed administrator, monitor and inspector and sat as a member of an Arbitral Tribunal and sole Arbitrator. He is the co-author of two texts, a number of chapters and articles on the quantification of economic damages and has lectured extensively to professional interest groups. He has acted as instructor at the NITA and FIAA Expert Witness Trial Practice Programs, the MIDS Program at the University of Geneva, and as an MBA instructor at York University’s Schulich School of Business in Toronto. He has been listed as one of the leading valuations and damages experts in Canada by Lexpert, and Internationally by Who’s Who Legal as one of the top experts in international commercial arbitration worldwide, every year since the inception of the list in 2011.
Mr. Rosen is recognized consistently by Who’s Who Legal annually in a number of key listings, most recently including:
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According to Who’s Who Legal:
Howard Rosen “combines a professorial grasp of valuation principles and methods with accounting expertise and practical, industry experience”. He is praised for “his ability to communicate about valuation issues clearly, succinctly, and forcefully, both in his written and oral presentations”.
“Howard is an authority in the field”
“He is a top-notch damages expert”
“Howard is super effective in cross-examination”
“He is a pioneer of the field and continues to be a leader”
Howard Rosen stands out as “one of the very finest expert witnesses in the market”, highly sought after for cross-border damages disputes thanks to his four decades of experience in the field.
Mr. Rosen has also acted as advisor on transactions in a wide variety of businesses, for both public and private equity investors, conducting strategic due diligence, valuations and deal structuring for both buyers and sellers. He has advised independent committees of boards of directors on non-arm’s length transactions and has also acted as the chair of independent committees of boards of directors for non-arm’s length transactions.
Mr. Rosen’s corporate finance experience extends to private equity investments, and managing investments through liquidity transactions, including sale to strategic buyers and IPO. He currently sits on the advisory committee of an institutional investor. His past board positions have included a global Agriculture trading business (Vice-Chair and Lead Independent Director), a Junior resource company (Gas and Mining), a Medical Software and Devices company where he served as Chair of the Audit Committee, as well as a Specialty Manufacturer.
Mr. Rosen is also a Qualified Valuator under the Canadian CIMVAL standards.
Mr. Rosen is a member of the CIMVal Committee. CIMVal is one of the global groups that recommends and sets standards for the valuation of mineral properties. The mandate of CIMVal is to recommend Standards and Guidelines for Valuation of Mineral Properties to be used by the mining industry in general and to be adopted by Canadian securities regulators and Canadian stock exchanges. The published guidelines are used by Experts to value mineral properties in transactions and disputes. (January 2021)