Trevor Gilbert - lead expertTrevor is one of the UK’s most respected expert witnesses in his field with 27 years’ experience of delivering written and oral evidence. Over the past 15 years he has developed a niche area of expertise in investment banking, reporting on behalf of claimants and defendants.

He is renowned for his diligence and high level of customer care, having won this category in the national prestigious Eclipse Proclaim Personal Injury Awards for an historic 5th time (2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017) described by the judging panel as “Influential in calculating loss for claimants”.

A Head of Chambers said in relation to an investment banking claim "We have now instructed you in a number of very substantial cases where lost earnings have been claimed in very specialist areas of employment, particularly in the City of London. In each case my clients had found extreme difficulty in gaining access to the true position in relation to earnings in these fields. It was in this area that your help proved invaluable. I have been impressed by your ability to penetrate the fog that seems to surround such areas and to produce hard evidence to demonstrate the true position."

Another QC described Trevor’s report on an investment banker as, “A powerful piece of work”.


Jane Wisniewski - research directorJane has an extensive background in designing, implementing and managing national and international executive compensation including cash, equity, pension and benefits. She has worked closely at board level with major institutions and has acquired international regulatory and compliance expertise.

She has conducted policy reviews for FSA Remuneration Code changes, built a global executive reward web portal, designed a global reward governance training programme and was responsible for all inbound and outbound tax compliance.

In addition to benchmarking new hire and graduate compensation and job evaluation Jane has developed bonus pool models and total compensation proposals

Her extensive career includes the project management of the integration of Ofcom, created by the merger of 5 existing regulators and was closely involved with the payroll merger (TUPE transfer) of 800 employees.

More recently she has held a group reward role – designing and implementing a new asset management incentive scheme and international assignees policy including new office/location set up.