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Accuracy is a wholly independent international consulting firm providing advice to company management and shareholders for their strategic or critical decisions, notably in disputes, transactions and crises. Accuracy’s strength is to connect strategy, facts and figures.

Accuracy provides assistance in all kinds of dispute situations and business crises, including pre-litigation, fraud investigations, mediation, litigation, and arbitration, on all continents and in all jurisdictions. Our project specialists are also able to provide support in cases of project disputes. Our ability to act as adviser or independent expert makes us essential to your dispute situations, and, of course, our investigative and forensic expertise add another level of assistance when dealing with potentially sensitive matters.

Our teams are international and multicultural, combining various skills to provide bespoke services to our clients. We recruit our consultants from the best.

Accuracy was founded in November 2004 by a group of former Arthur Andersen consultants who were driven by the need for an independent player in the field of financial advisory services. The team was determined to transform this new entrepreneurial project into a successful company, in which the utmost commitment to its clients and its employees were of equal importance and constant innovation was a necessity. Since the core group of partners founded the company in 2004, Accuracy has rapidly expanded to include international teams across its offices in Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa and leads engagements for prestigious clients all over the world.

The Paris Arbitration Week is the go-to event in Europe that I never miss as it gathers in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere the elite of arbitrators, lawyers, in-house counsels, institutions, experts and litigation funders. It is a rare opportunity to discuss with the best in their fields any hot topic in arbitration: from the usage of technology to the consequences of ESG regulation or the development of arbitration in Africa.
Nicolas Barsalou

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