Daniel is a Manager at MDD Forensic Accountants’ Montreal office.
He has accumulated a strong professional track record in forensic accounting.
His core practice areas include economic damage quantification and business insurance claims advisory services.
Daniel has provided services as an accounting expert in the context of civil lawsuits, settlement negotiations, mediations, arbitration and investigations. He has been involved in engagements on matters related to contract and other business disputes, business interruption, construction claims and marital disputes. He has also conducted and participated in fraud investigation and business valuation engagements.
As part of the investigation headed by former United States Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volcker (also known as the Volcker Commission), Daniel supervised a team of forensic accountants to identify dormant bank accounts of victims of Nazi persecution in a Swiss Private Bank. As a result, accounts that may have belonged to victims were identified and names of potential account holders were published. Subsequently, a United States class-action lawsuit resulted in a settlement with Swiss Banks.
Daniel has produced numerous expert witness reports and qualified as an expert witness in various courts.
He graduated from the École des sciences de la gestion of the Université du Québec à Montréal (ESG – UQÀM) where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.