Nicholas I. Crew
Ph.D., management (specialization in finance), UCLA Anderson School of Management; B.A., mathematics, Rutgers University
Summary of Experience
Dr. Crew has over 20 years of experience, both as a consultant and as an expert witness, in finance and securities matters across a number of industries. He specializes in federal securities matters and has worked on scores of securities fraud cases, including some of the largest cases ever filed. Dr. Crew has performed numerous analyses of stock and bond price behavior, including event studies, loss causation, damages assessment, and tests of market efficiency. He has also worked on matters involving complex financial securities and derivatives such as structured notes, options, currency derivatives, and mortgage-backed securities – where issues include valuation, risk assessment, and investment suitability. He has experience providing expert reports and testifying at deposition, and supports academic affiliates and industry experts through all phases of complex business litigation matters. In addition to his litigation experience, Dr. Crew has experience providing pricing, risk assessment, and real option valuation for clients in the pharmaceutical and electric industries. He has published research on regulatory policy and risk management, and written on expert analyses in federal securities cases.
The Mathematics of Derivative Securities
Crew N, Brennan M
Journal of Regulatory Economics
October 3, 2017