George is a Senior Vice President in the Investigations, Disputes & Advisory practice at AlixPartners, and is based in London. With a focus on economics, finance, and valuation, George has dedicated over a decade to assisting clients involved in complex investigations, disputes and risk management matters related to capital markets. 

Specializing in economic and financial data analysis, George quantifies damages, assesses trading and hedging strategies, and values financial products and assets across equities, derivatives, and fixed income instruments. His expertise extends to addressing critical issues such as valuations of complex financial instruments and allegations of market abuse, disclosure failures, insider trading, and mis-selling. 

George holds a Master of Science in Economics from University College London (UCL) as well as a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB). 

Key Engagements:

  • Estimated alleged damages in a multibillion-dollar investigation related to the selling of allegedly fraudulent residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) by a large financial institution.
  • Estimated alleged damages caused by the retroactive conversion of foreign-currency-linked loans.
  • Conducted valuation of various currency derivative positions for a dispute concerning the close-out amount of a series of transactions.
  • Estimated alleged damages resulting from claimed suboptimal performance of a hedge fund's investment strategies. Evaluated the performance of the hedge fund and its growth in assets under management, drawing comparisons to other funds following a similar strategy within the specified timeframe.
  • Analyzed trading patterns and potential hedging strategies related to a multibillion-dollar regulatory investigation of an alleged benchmark-rate manipulation.