- Senior Director
- Economic Consulting
- T: +852 3768 4507
- F: +852 3012 9664
- Level 22, The Center
- 99 Queen's Road Central
- Hong Kong
- T: +852 3768 4500
- F: +852 3012 9664
- B.Sc., (Hons), Economics, University of Warwick
- Chartered Accountant of England & Wales
- Practising Associate Member of the Academy of Experts (AMAE)
- Institute of Chartered Accountants
- Forensic Accounting & Investigations
- Cross-border Litigation
- International Arbitration
Ben Johnson is a Senior Director in the Economic Consulting segment at FTI Consulting and is based in Hong Kong. He joined the London office of FTI Consulting in 2011 and relocated to Hong Kong in 2015.
Ben’s practice focuses on providing expert financial advice in contentious contexts, including in international arbitration, domestic litigation and regulatory matters. His experience includes the quantification of lost profits, valuations of assets and businesses, assessments of wasted costs, advice relating to accounting matters, and advice in the context of competition investigations. He has worked on matters in various industries, includes financial services, energy, pharmaceuticals, retail, infrastructure and telecoms.
Ben has been appointed as expert and has given testimony on the assessment of losses before an ICC arbitral tribunal. Over the course of his career, Ben has been involved in the preparation of expert reports in more than 30 matters, for submission to UK, US, Irish, Hong Kong and Cayman Islands courts, as well as in arbitrations under the rules of the ICC, AAA, HKIAC, CIETAC, UNCITRAL, SIAC and CRCICA.
Ben also delivers training courses to law firms on the quantification of damages, valuation, working with and cross examining expert witnesses, and other issues.
Ben is a Practicing Associate Member of the Academy of Experts and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He was listed in the ICAEW’s International Order of Merit. He also holds a first-class honours degree in Economics from the University of Warwick.