Home > The School > Faculty & Instructors > Instructors

Mr. Geoffrey Senogles

Mr. Geoffrey Senogles

Geoffrey Senogles is a Vice President, Forensic Accounting at Charles River Associates, Geneva and London. He is Welsh chartered accountant; based in Geneva since 2000 when he began working on staff at the United Nations Compensation Commission. He has taught the "Financial Damages" workshops at MIDS since 2010.



Mr. Senogles specializes in commercial disputes, post-conflict compensation and insurance schemes dealing with loss of earnings, business interruption, business valuation and financial governance. Mr. Senogles practices extensively in Britain and Switzerland and spent three years as the only forensic accountant on staff at the United Nations Compensation Commission which assessed claims in oil and gas sector, Kuwaiti sovereign wealth fund portfolio losses, and commercial business interruptions. His practice also involves large loss assignments in Europe, Africa and the Middle East and combines work on arbitration assignments, insurance claims, financial governance, monitoring and investigations for NGOs and UN agencies. Mr. Senogles also advises panels of commissioners as an external valuation consultant and regularly gives financial advice to public and private sector clients.

Mr. Senogles graduated from Middlesex University in London and is member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, the London Court of International Arbitration, and the European Users Council.

Key works:

  • Business Interruption Claims. In Compensation and Damages in International Investment Arbitration Transnational Dispute Management TDM 6 (2007)
  • (contributed to) Valuation for arbitration: Compensation standards, valuation methods and expert evidence by Mark Kantor (International Arbitration Law Library Series, 2008).