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Mohnish Zaveri is an associate in the finance practice of The Brattle Group. He focuses on financial modeling and analytical research in complex securities matters.

Prior to joining Brattle, Mr. Zaveri was an associate at Murray Analytics, where he worked on cases involving valuation, solvency, corporate restructuring, and hedge funds customs and practices, providing financial modeling and analytical support in client matters. He previously worked at Thomson Reuters in Singapore as a subject matter expert on pricing of complex securities across different asset classes, helping financial institutions in South-East Asia best utilize the company’s quantitative offerings. He began his career with FinMechanics as a consultant, working on pricing and risk management projects with major banks in the region.

Mr. Zaveri received his M.B.A with specialization in Finance and Economics from New York University Stern School of Business in 2018. He was designated as an Aswath Damodaran Faculty Scholar, a merit-based full tuition scholarship, and graduated with Beta Gamma Sigma honors. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and holds CFA and FRM charters. He completed his B. Tech in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay in 2012.

News & Events
June 14, 2021
Brattle Consultants to Discuss COVID-Related Business Interruption Insurance Claims in CLE Webcast

Brattle Associate Mohnish Zaveri and Consultant Anna Parlin will participate in a Knowledge Group webcast, “Business Interruption Insurance Coverage Claims and Litigation: What You Must Know and Do Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic,” which will take place Monday, June 14 from 9:00–10:30 a.m. (PT) | 12:00–1:30 p.m. (ET). The recording will be available 24–48 hours after the webinar.

March 23, 2020
Brattle Client Wins Favorable Judgment Against Dually-Registered Broker-Dealer and Investment Adviser Accused of Defrauding Clients

In a December 2017 filing in a Connecticut federal court, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sued Westport Capital Markets LLC and its owner, Christopher McClure, for defrauding the firm’s advisory clients. The SEC retained Marti P. Murray, a principal at The Brattle Group, to opine on industry custom and practice for investment advisers, and to analyze certain aspects of Westport Capital’s transactions on behalf of advisory clients.