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Mr. Nasseri is experienced in managing projects related to complex economic and financial issues. He has expertise in valuation and damage quantification matters related to mergers and acquisitions, securities and suitability of investment fees and portfolio management strategies. 

His recent cases involve assessing due diligence performed during the RMBS securitisation process, valuations of target companies in a target acquisition, and investors' inability to sell shares of a publicly-traded company.

Mr. Nasseri’s prior professional experience includes establishing and leading the investment analysis team at the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments (OBSI). He co-authored a methodology framework used to analyze broker-dealer disputes involving suitability of investment products, portfolios, and performance comparison analytics.

Mr. Nasseri received his MBA from the Schulich School of Business where he focused on strategic management and entrepreneurial studies. He holds the CFA charter and is involved in a number of leadership and advisory roles in the capital markets community, including vice chair of CFA Societies Canada’s Canadian Advocacy Council, the investment committee of Junior Achievements and former advisor to Ontario Securities Commission’s Continuous Disclosure Advisory Committee.

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