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Hiren Kulkarni
180 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne Victoria 3000
AUS
phone: +61398387759
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Hiren Kulkarni specializes is IT Services, Account Management, Business Continuity of IT Services & Support Systems. He is experienced in Business Systems Integration (mergers and acquisitions), Business Process Transformation and ERP Implementations.

Mr. Kulkarni offers Expert Witness and Expert Consultant Services in Project Management, Strategy, Delivery & Execution. He is Certified in Prince2, ITIL and specializes in Oracle Business Intelligence tools & E-Business Suite Modules: Project Accounting (Costing, Billing, Management), SLA, E-Tax, GL, AP, AR, FA, PJM, INV, iExpenses, iProcurement, PO.
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Nile L. Nickel, CEO
Cellular Reconciliation SME
11701 Belcher Rd. S
Suite 116
Largo FL 33773
USA
phone: 727-459-3899
fax: 727-231-0725
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Nile Nickel Cellular Reconciliation Expert PhotoNile L. Nickel is a Cellular Reconciliation Subject Matter Expert with over 25 years of experience analyzing commission statements. He has specific management experience in Wireless / Cellular Operations, Insurance, High Tech Sales and Distribution Management, and Construction Contract and Project Management (FL State Certified General Contractor).

A certified expert in retail POS systems, retail financial controls, back office operations, and financial and transactional based reconciliations, Mr. Nickel provides outsourced businesses services to the telecommunication industry, including an Internet based FACTA compliant document management system that includes encryption, collection, storage, reporting and retrieval of documents, niche accounting (reconciliation), and revenue recovery services.

Nile Nickel provides litigation support services to attorneys representing cellular dealers and wireless agents. His expert testimony is available to both Plaintiff and Defense. Mr. Nickel's services include compensation analysis, report writing, depositions, and expert testimony when necessary.

Areas of Specialization:
  • Cellular Retails Operations
  • Data Records, Credit Card, and Commission Reconciliation
  • Revenue Recovery
  • Process Automation
  • FACT Act compliance issues
  • IT Management
  • Selected Litigation Cases:
    • Z-Page Communications, Inc. v. Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems, Inc., et. Al., Case No. 2001-09-4057-G (404th Texas State District Court) - Retained as a cellular industry expert. Performed compensation analysis for Independent Agent. Provided expert report and expert testimony.
    • Dish Network LLC fka EchoStar Satellite LLC v. Airbell Wireless, Inc., Case No. 77 147 Y 00345 08 JMLE (Arbitration) - Retained as cellular industry expert. Performed records analyses to validate compensation. Provided expert report and deposition testimony.
    • Harlow v. Sprint Nextel Corp., Case No. 0 8-CV-2222 KHV/DJW - Retained as a cellular industry expert. Performed compensation analysis for Business Channel Sales Employees. Provided expert report, rebuttal report and deposition testimony.
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    Douglas E. Johnston, Jr.
    Managing Director
    100 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 940
    Santa Monica CA 90401
    USA
    phone: 310-917-1075
    fax: 310-393-9205
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    Douglas E. Johnston, Jr., is an expert witness in banking and corporate finance. He has 30 years experience across the US in senior management of leading Banking, Private Equity/Mergers and Acquisitions and Real Estate companies.

    Trained at a major AAA-rated East Coast bank, honored early in his career as a bank President, and confirmed by regulators in a Class 1 rated bank, Doug Johnston managed five full-service banking offices in Texas and California over 11 additional years, before expanding into mergers & acquisitions as EVP-Finance and Administration and a Founding Father of the largest private company in Los Angeles. He has due diligence, negotiation, documentation, and monitoring experience including as a lender, borrower, buyer, seller, manager and/or co-investor in hundreds of transactions including the service, technology, manufacturing, and real estate sectors across the US and also in Europe, with over $2 Billion in closed transactions. His over 3 decades in banking and finance management includes Bank Operations, Regulations, Credit Underwriting, Financial Statements, Commitments, Loan Agreements, Deeds, Guarantees, Purchase and Sale Agreements, Ventures, and Equity Partnerships, plus analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the parties. Doug is a published author on banking and finance topics since 2008, he is a past President of the Century City Rotary Club, and he is a frequent speaker to Advance Placement high school juniors in South Central Los Angeles under the Youth Business Alliance program.

    Litigation Support – Five Management, LLC and Doug Johnston provide complex business litigation support in Banking, Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Equity, Due Diligence and Lender Liability for counsel representing Plaintiff and Defense. Mr. Johnston has provided litigation support in breach, misrepresentation, fraud and other actions in complex Business, Family and Employment cases since 2010.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Banking & Lending
    • Policy & Regulations
    • Mergers & Acquisitions
    • Corporate Finance
    • Private Equity
    • Due Diligence
    • Operating Management
  • Leveraged Buyouts
  • Equity Syndications
  • International Business
  • Foreign Currencies
  • Hedging
  • Commodities
  • Marketing & Development
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    2/26/2016 · Banking
    Negative interest rates are a confusing topic and they may be heading to the U.S. this year. Many Americans ask what they mean and why this is all happening. Since 2014, leading European central banks have initiated 'negative interest' policies as an economic stimulus measure by means of large government-issued or sovereign bond activities. Negative rates begin where major buyers of low-risk government bonds agree to accept a return less than their original investment when the bonds mature. Since Government bond rates are the bellwether for corporate bond rates, these once-improbable 'negative interest' bonds soon become a major influence in major bank bond portfolios. The Federal Reserve and U.S. banks are now looking at them.

    7/10/2015 · Banking
    While financial market observers in the US remain focused on the timing and magnitude of the Fed raising target interest rates over the months ahead, European bond markets have begun to experience just the opposite - the never-before-seen phenomenon of actual negative bond market interest rates. Since the Global Crisis of 2008, which saw both the Fed and foreign central bankers seeking both to calm markets and to encourage growth by reducing rates to the 'zero bound,' interest rates for bellwether German bonds and across Europe in late 2014 crossed into negative territory, and for the first time in world history.

    6/12/2015 · Finance
    As billionaire Warren Buffet once noted, "Price is what you pay. Value is what you get." Interested buyers, investors and bankers looking at new initiatives with companies often share similar objectives in 'kicking the tires' to be sure a target company has properly documented its business activities. On the other side of the transaction, the subject company's Founder, Board of Directors, CEO, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Accounting and/or other departments can find themselves overwhelmed by the volume of documentation requests. Third parties can test the bounds of both courtesy and reasonableness before committing to and funding a new transaction.

    5/12/2015 · Finance
    The emergence of structured finance products over twenty-five years ago enabled major commercial banks and investment houses to develop higher volumes of real estate, credit cards, automobiles and other asset-based loans in new and often more profitable ways. Historically, lenders normally generated these types of loans as portfolio loans, where the bank kept and monitored these loans on its own balance sheet and at its own risk. But beginning in the late 1980's, banks began to investigate taking an intermediary or conduit role for certain types of loan portfolios. When generating loans which met the advance underwriting criteria of large investors, banks and loan originators recognized they could simultaneously generate large fees and also promptly move these 'tailored' loan portfolios off the bank's books, by pre-packaging them for investor third parties.

    4/14/2015 · Finance
    "When it happens to you, you'll know it's true." Old Proverb A financial expert witness experienced in the due diligence process and in complex business negotiations can help unlock the valuation issues at the core of many business disputes. Merger and acquisition-related lawsuits can become an exercise in piecing together both the timing and materiality of various communications by representatives from both parties. Analysis of the specific due diligence activities undertaken and the data exchanged can yield key answers. With a full understanding of the processes and communications developed in due diligence and underwriting, business disputes can be more readily resolved.

    3/12/2015 · Economics
    Several important economic factors appear to be moving unfavorably for the US at the moment, both domestically and abroad, and there are increasing indications that America may not be able to orchestrate a global resurgence on its own. Despite encouraging signs of domestic recovery, fundamental structural problems persist in the US economy. The National Debt now exceeds $18 Trillion, the Department of Agriculture confirms that well over 46 million Americans continue on food stamps, and key voices have stepped forward asking for a deeper look at several U.S. economic statistics. Last week long-time Gallup CEO Jim Clinton very boldly drew attention to the government's recent 5.6% unemployment numbers, questioning them as overly optimistic interpretations of data, and noting on CNBC that the percentage of Americans holding full-time jobs is now the lowest in 60 years.

    2/13/2015 · Finance
    With the Federal Reserve's wide-ranging efforts to address the ongoing Credit Crisis through unprecedented money-creation activities, we are now likely witnessing the final phases of the U.S. Dollar's 64-year reign as the primary global reserve currency. Few Americans understand the implications of this dramatically unfolding global sea-change.

    1/14/2015 · Finance
    The global monetary system which was laid out by the Allied nations at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, in 1944 is nearing its end, and daily we move closer to the threshold of a financial new world order. The United States, having created the most powerful economic system yet devised by man, and having earned global 'reserve currency status' for the US Dollar through America's unequalled military and economic power as the victor of two World Wars, is now nearing the unthinkable loss of the global financial dominance of the Dollar. Following the residential real estate 'Bubble' of 2002-2006, the sub-prime Credit Crisis of 2007, and the broader global financial meltdown which has followed, the U.S. has experienced dramatically declining levels of core lending & general economic activity.

    5/11/2015
    "In his most recent article about the never-before-in-history advent of negative interest rates in Europe and the U.S., Douglas E. Johnston, Jr., Founder and CEO of California-based Five Management, LLC advisors addresses some of the early implications of this startling new market frontier, which was not even envisioned by John Maynard Keynes, the founder of modern economic theory."
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    Eric Kimberling
    Founder & Managing Partner
    3773 Cherry Creek North Dr.
    Ste 720
    Denver CO 80209
    USA
    phone: 720-515-1377
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    EricEric Kimberling, MBA, is the most recognized and respected independent Enterprise Resource Planning systems expert in the world, giving 100% unbiased advice to clients for more than 20 years.

    Experience - Mr. Kimberling's extensive experience includes ERP software selection, organizational change management, implementation project management, and value analysis. In addition to his extensive ERP experience, Mr. Kimberling has also helped clients with merger and acquisition business integration, via strategic planning, business process reengineering, and Six Sigma. He further demonstrates his innovative and unparalleled industry experience as the lead facilitator of Panorama’s quarterly ERP Boot Camp workshops and weekly webinar series.

    Mr. Kimberling has dedicated himself to giving keynote speeches at industry conferences and universities worldwide, and has been quoted in hundreds of articles in newspapers, magazines and books, including the Wall Street Journal, CIO Magazine and Fortune.

    Litigations Support - Eric Kimberling has served as the expert witness in the industry’s highest-profile legal cases, representing both government and private companies across the globe. Throughout his career, he has been called upon to investigate the feasibility of litigation, provide witness testimony and build background reporting for the industry’s highest-profile ERP lawsuits, including Lyons Magnus, Inc. v. Fujitsu America, Inc.; Partner Services, Inc v. Avanade; Kathy Pishghadamian v. Nicor Gas; Flotek Industries, Inc. v. CD Group, Inc.; Midwest Tape LLC v. ESR Associates, Inc,; Waste Management v. SAP; and Whaley Food Service Repairs v. Epicor to name a few. He is actively involved in implementations and project recoveries, giving him unique and up-to-date experience with modern enterprise technologies.

    Mr. Kimberling lends his enterprise software expertise to litigation related to Operational Disruptions, Contract Disputes, and Implementation Delays caused by Enterprise Software Failure and/or its Vendors and Systems Integrators. He is also the author of the book, "An Expert's Guide to ERP Success". He and his team of ERP experts have been leveraged in many high profile software project failure cases involving Tier I ERP software (e.g., SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics) and Tier II software (e.g., Infor, Epicor, etc.).

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Sales Cycle Fraud and Misrepresentation
    • Contract Compliance
    • Consultant Errors
    • Budget Overages
  • Project Governance
  • Software customization
  • Project team staffing
  • Software schedule delays
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    David Shaw
    9 Wimpole Street
    London W1G 9SG
    GBR
    phone: 44-207-193-8355
    David Shaw is an independent Technical and ICT Expert and Consultant involved in a wide range of high profile System, Integrations, remedial work on Failed Systems and Programs, Litigation, Expert Witness, Mergers and Acquisitions, Financial and Ultra-High Speed Trading Systems, Cyberwarfare and Defence work.

    Services Offered:
  • Governance
  • Strategy
  • Programme Definition
  • Capability
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Process Engineering
  • Portfolio Management
  • Programme Management Office Implementation
  • Individual Assignments
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    Rod Tasker
    Payment Services / Transactional Banking Consultant
    50 Ridge Road
    Fairhaven Victoria 3231
    Australia
    phone: +61424080507
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    Rod Tasker Payments Transaction Banking Expert PhotoRod Tasker specializes in Payment Services, Transaction Banking, and e-Commerce. He has over 20 years of experience working for major banks in strategic and business planning and cradle to grave product management, including business cases, feasibility, piloting, commercialization, and retirement.

    Mr. Tasker consults in strategic management and innovative solution delivery in the banking and finance industry. His achievements in Australia and internationally include:
    • Leading a team of 25 people in developing an internet payment service
    • Developing an enterprise Sales and Service architecture for a major bank
    • Developing an international payments business architecture & operations strategy for a major bank
    • Obtaining consensus amongst a consortium of 15 global banks for the strategic vision and plan for implementing B2B international ePayments
    • Developing a variety of e-Banking and e-Payment products and services
    • Building a payments business from start-up as CEO
    Areas of Expertise:
    • Payments
    • e-Commerce
    • Transaction Banking
    • Identity Services
  • Product Development / Product Management
  • Piloting
  • Commercializing
  • Business and Strategy Formulation
  • Consulting Services - Mr. Tasker is engaged by companies that offer payment services as products or services, or for whom payments are "strategic" or "core," for example, insurance companies, exchanges, retailers, and investors wanting to evaluate payment business acquisitions, mergers, or funding opportunities. His services include:
    • Strategy Formulation
    • Business Planning
    • Profitability Improvement
    • Change Management
  • Program and Portfolio Management
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Risk Analysis
  • Ventures / Mergers & Acquisitions