Arthur Pech’s career has focused on assisting clients with financial and economic damage analyses in the context of litigation and bankruptcy matters.
Over the tenure of his consulting career, he has analyzed the financial and operating characteristics of companies in a wide variety of industries, including telecommunications, technology, steel, pharmaceuticals, consulting, retail, manufacturing, transportation, and financial services, among others.
Mr. Pech has supervised and worked on bankruptcy matters, commercial disputes, and regulatory proceedings. In connection with his bankruptcy experience, he has developed complex valuation models incorporating case-specific facts sets and projection-based financial statements. He has utilized both income and market-based valuation approaches and has quantified appropriate discount rates for use in his valuation models. Mr. Pech’s commercial disputes experience has included the development of damage models for quantifying lost profits and lost asset value, among others. His work in the regulatory arena has focused on providing financial modeling and project management skills to telecommunications firms. Mr. Pech is involved in all facets of project management, including the development of work plans, oversight of support staff, the drafting of expert reports, deposition and trial preparation, the analysis and rebuttal of opposing experts, and financial modeling.
Prior to joining CRA, Mr. Pech worked at both LECG and Navigant Consulting, Inc. where he specialized in litigation, bankruptcy and regulatory matters. Before beginning his consulting career, he was employed by a large multinational bank where he was responsible for the financial analysis of a middle market loan portfolio.