Christina is a Senior Vice President in the Investigations, Disputes & Risk practice at AlixPartners. She is a financial economist with experience in supporting clients involved in commercial litigation, international arbitrations, and internal investigations. 

Christina has expertise in the valuation of financial products, the quantification of alleged damages, econometric modeling, and statistical analyses. She has also supported expert testimonies in the context of commercial litigation and international arbitration.

She holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Economics from University College London (UCL) and a Master’s degree in Applied Statistics (QMSS) from Columbia University.

Key Engagements:

  • Performed valuation of currency forwards and cross-currency swaps, in the context of a dispute between two parties regarding the close-out amount of a series of transactions;
  • Estimated alleged damages in a multi-billion dollar investigation related to the selling of allegedly fraudulent residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) by a large financial institution;
  • Estimated alleged damages due to allegations of a portfolio being highly concentrated and leveraged, by comparing the performance of a hypothetical alternative "well-managed" portfolio to that of the actual portfolio; 
  • Estimated alleged damages caused by the retroactive conversion of foreign-currency-linked loans.