Senior Analyst, Dispute Consulting
Simon joined GPW after two years with another London-based intelligence firm, where he worked on due diligence, complex dispute and asset search investigations for governments, large corporations, law firms and private clients. He also contributed to the development of intelligence gathering technology for his previous firm.
Simon works exclusively for GPW’s Disputes Consulting practice, where he contributes to complex multi-jurisdictional investigations including asset searching and evidence gathering exercises. He also led the development of proprietary software that has enhanced the practice’s reporting capabilities and has helped expand the firm’s research capabilities through the introduction of specialised technologies.
Prior to entering the industry, Simon provided key support and research to the advisory team of a Gulf state, was an analyst for the Chatham House where he worked on counter-terrorism policy and worked for an Australian academic institution in both research and teaching roles.
Simon is a qualified lawyer and admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia. He holds degrees in International Relations and Australian Law, and has also completed a professional certificate in Cryptocurrencies at the University of Oxford.