David X Martin started his career at PwC providing litigation support services on major cases involving financial and accounting issues. Following that, Martin worked as a senior executive in risk at both Citicorp and AllianceBernstein who was involved in the resolution of many buy and sell side related issues around risk, trading, valuation, investment management practices, governance and cybersecurity. He continues to serve as an expert witness, providing testimony for major law firms. Highlights:

Valuation, Risk and Hedge Fund Practices – SEC. Valuation of litigation receivables for an alternative asset fund.

Risk Management – Defense of a major mutual fund complex sued by investors for inadequate risk manageme​nt during the financial crisis.

Investment Management Practices – International investors v. a non-U.S. oil company. Hired by Cleary Gottlieb to provide expert witness testimony on the emerging markets investment management process and on how global investors manage risk. Also engaged with the brief deposition teams on how to ask the right questions.

Governance – Cayman Islands. Defense related to the proper governance of a Cayman Islands funds servicing company and the management of a master feeder structure.

Credit Worthiness – United States v. IBM. Worked with Cravath, Swaine & Moore and served as a member of the PwC consulting team that developed financial information for the case.

Accounting Issue – Bath Iron Works v. U.S. Military Sealift Command (U.S. Navy). Member of the PwC consulting team that worked with Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft on litigation strategy.

Investment and Valuation – Joshu​a Feibush v. Knightsbridge Capital Management.

Damages – Defense of a global leader in market making and execution services regarding a damage claim.

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