Dr. Nguyen is a financial economist with expertise in securities and derivatives pricing, financial markets, financial investigations, and infrastructure asset valuation.
Dr. Nguyen has an extensive understanding of equity markets. She has examined market efficiency, trading behavior (including using high-frequency pricing data), and stock price movements (through the use of event studies and other valuation frameworks) in the context of shareholder class actions across different industries. Dr. Nguyen has led several project teams supporting experts examining materiality issues and loss causation, as well as estimating the quantum of damages to shareholders.
She is also at the forefront of the current discussion around the permanent discontinuation of certain key interbank offered rates (IBORs), having been part of a project team assisting the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) in a series of industry consultations over the past two years.
Dr. Nguyen’s financial valuation experience also includes valuing early-stage companies, as well as analyzing access pricing in the context of infrastructure investments such as gas pipelines, gas processing facilities, and rail networks.
University of Melbourne
PhD in Finance
University of Adelaide
Bachelor of Quantitative Finance