Mrinal Jain is a Managing Director and leads Secretariat’s Economic Damages and Valuation Practice in India with the focus on quantification of damages, claims and losses involving complex economic, financial and valuation issues in international arbitration, litigation and investment treaty arbitration cases. He has provided expert evidence on complex financial, economic, valuation, and damages issues in over 25 matters (SIAC, ICC, LCIA, HKIAC, AIAC, UNCTRAL and ICSID cases) and assisted clients in over 40 dispute cases. He commenced his professional career with Ernst & Young in New York in 2007 and brings with him about 16 years of relevant experience. Mr. Jain is recognized as one of the leading expert witnesses in international arbitration by Who’s Who Legal’ s Arbitration 2019 to 2023 Lists and Thought Leader Arbitration Expert Witness 2021 to 2023.
Mr. Jain’s experience includes expert witness appointments, valuation of businesses and equity shares; valuation of trademarks and IPRs, including intangibles and non-compete agreements; 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; acquisition; restructuring; strategic sale & investments; private equity portfolio evaluation as per IPEVC guidelines; and financial reporting purposes.
Mr. Jain was awarded with All India Economics Merit Certificate by CBSE in 2001. He is a visiting faculty at several business schools and a speaker at various national and international conferences.
Mr. Jain has co-authored the article “The Unprecedented New Normal” with Sherina Petit (Head of International Arbitration (EMEA) and Head of India Practice (Global) at Norton Rose Fulbright, London) decoding the global economic and legal impact of COVID-19.