Maureen M. Chakraborty
Ph.D., economics, University of Notre Dame; B.A., economics, Colby College
Summary of Experience:
Dr. Chakraborty is an economist with an extensive background in finance, accounting, and valuation. She has been retained both as an expert witness and a consultant in a number of matters involving structured finance transactions, securities litigation, and solvency. She recently managed all aspects of financial and economic analysis supporting experts on the solvency and portfolio strategy of a failed hedge fund. Dr. Chakraborty has also applied her expertise to a number of issues related to structured finance, accounting fraud, and solvency in various Enron-related litigations. She has consulted on matters involving the reinstatement of debt, the evaluation of the likelihood of default, merger and acquisitions, and claims of successor liability brought by creditors of a failed entity. Her work has involved the valuation of fixed income assets, structured finance products, and companies in the financial services, telecommunication, energy, transportation, and pharmaceutical industries. She has performed consulting work in matters before the Department of Justice, and has testified in both state court and before FINRA arbitration panels in matters involving damages and corporate raiding.