Gene Deetz serves as Managing Director of the Disputes and Investigation practice in Navigant's New York and London offices. Gene conducts valuations of business interests, intangible assets, private equities and fixed income securities and related derivatives. Gene's recent valuation work includes engagements for a large multi-national bank regarding complex structured financial products, valuation work for multinational consumer foods company and testimony regarding the solvency of a financial services company.
Directly related to the credit crisis, he has analyzed and valued a significant number of complex structured financial products including RMBS, CDOs and related derivatives.
Gene specialises in accounting standards guidance, forensic accounting, valuation, securities litigation, claims and dispute matters, and expert witness testimony for clients and counsel in commercial, regulatory and tax controversy matters.
Gene also provides accounting, valuation, business, economic and financial analyses on behalf of clients involved in a variety of disputes. He regularly consults on GAAP and GAAS matters such as financial reporting, auditing standards and the application of due professional care. He provides opinions and testimony on these matters to clients before the Securities and Exchange Commission and in civil litigation. His experience also includes engagements related to securities litigation, contract claims, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty, minority shareholder actions, and federal tax controversies.
Prior to joining Navigant Consulting, Gene was a director with LECG, LLC. He has also held the position of Managing Director of strategic valuation services with Arthur Andersen, and the partner in charge of valuation and litigation support services with Noell Deetz Agnew & Morse, and with Stoughton Davidson.