Mr Jenks has specialised in Forensic Accounting since 1993 and has a broad experience of leading assignments involving commercial litigation, post acquisition completion accounts disputes, professional negligence, regulatory enforcement and white collar fraud investigation. Mr Jenks has experience of both Quantum and Liability issues.

Mr Jenks has worked mainly in the UK, but has extensive experience of working in the United States, most of continental Europe, South America, Southern Africa and Saudi Arabia.

Benedict Jenks

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry, 1987

Professional Credentials

Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales

Professional History

2008 – Present RGL, London, England
2002 – 2004 Grant Thornton, London, England
1993 – 2002 KPMG Forensic Accounting, London, England
1991 – 1993 KPMG, Milan, Italy
1987 – 1991 KPMG, London, England

Court Experience

Mr Jenks gave evidence in Elton John & Others v PWC & Anr being cross examined by Mark Hapgood QC, Michel Kallipetis QC, Andrew Fletcher and Cyril Kinsky.

He has been involved in and responsible for the preparation of evidence and expert advice in numerous matters before the UK Courts and in arbitrations

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