In too many cases of mediation, conciliation, disputes or litigation, financial claims are presented in approximate ways by parties which are focused exclusively on legal issues.
Parties therefore need the intervention of a financial experts able to provide the technical arguments, economic and financial critical to their demonstration by the delivery of a reasoned and documented report.
Financial Valuation / Litigation & Dispute / Intervention contexts​
NG Finance intervene in:
  • Pre-contractual litigation, economical litigation (competition, etc.), and companies in difficulties (insolvency, etc.) ;
  • Damages related to intellectual property (trademarks, patents, copyrights, products, software, etc.) ;
  • Transfer pricing (royalties, management fees, etc.) ;
  • Post-acquisition litigation related to the implementation of price adjustment clauses, guarantee clauses (assets and liabilities) and litigation between shareholders ;
  • Economical and Financial Investigations, potential "abuse of rights" (fraud, mismanagement ...) ;
  • Regulatory disputes (financial markets) on issues rumor, insider trading, false information, profit-warning, etc ;
  • IIntervention under Articles 1592 and 1843-4 of the Civil Code in the execution of shareholders agreements.

Valuation of loss

Rely on our financial damage experts to help clients resolve issues through extensive financial analyses, specialized research, and expert testimony tailored to the specific facts and circumstances of the matter.

Post-acquisition litigation

NG Finance works with your legal advice in the analysis and interpretation of price adjustment clauses, guarantee clauses (assets & liabilities) and disputes between shareholders

Economic and financial investigations

  • Our team intervene in situations which might come under “abuse of law”.
  • Depend on our experienced forensic team to effectively investigate disputes and allegations of financial misconduct, and communicate the results in a clear and understandable manner.

Regulatory litigation

Our knowledge of financial markets allows us to intervene and to investigate potential market abuse (insider dealing, dissemination of false information, price manipulation, etc.) and identify the best financial damage.