RGL Forensics Opens Miami Office

Press ReleaseJune 2016


Insurance claims analysis expert Carlos Rivera joins to expand RGL's Latin American business and domestic offering.

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DENVER, CO, June 7, 2016—RGL Forensics, a leading financial investigations company, specializing in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally, announced today the opening of a new Miami office, which will serve as a hub for its growing business in the Latin American market and across the US.

The Miami team will be led by RGL Partner Carlos A. Rivera, whose expertise lies in the review, analysis and measurement of US and international business interruption and property losses as well as disputes for clients in the insurance and legal markets.

“As a global leader in providing forensic accounting services to the insurance industry, it is important that we have a presence in major insurance hubs. Miami has emerged as a key gateway to the Latin American insurance market that we have served for many years, most recently through our office in Santiago, Chile,” said Angela MacPhee, CEO of RGL.

“Our new Miami office will enhance our level of support and service in the US and across Latin America. We are very pleased to announce that Carlos Rivera will lead the office in Miami. Carlos, along with Andrew Greenland, RGL partner in Santiago, provide deep market understanding and analysis to our clients. Both have experience in working on some of the most significant claims facing the Latin American market,” said MacPhee.

Rivera has extensive experience with insurance claims in the US, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and Colombia. He has evaluated economic damages in claims from a variety of industries including energy, manufacturing, mining, hospitality, pharmaceuticals, retail, logistics and construction. Rivera and his team in Miami are fluent in Spanish. 

The new office address is: 9130 S Dadeland Boulevard, Suite 1607, Miami, FL 33156.

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