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Dr. Nunez has corporate and consulting experience in finance, valuation, and trading. He has prepared expert testimony on valuation matters before ICSID and has advised clients in international arbitration proceedings.

Dr. Nunez has worked extensively on matters relating to mortgage-backed securities, assisting experts with analyses of allegations of due diligence and underwriting failures. He has supported experts developing benchmark fixed income portfolios to evaluate performance and suitability of investments, and the estimation of damages. He has also valued energy companies in the context of international arbitration. His experience also includes consulting on market manipulation and insider trading matters.

Dr. Nunez began his career with Cargill’s Energy Trading Group, where he developed models and trading strategies for physical and financial energy products, particularly for crude oil and middle distillates. He was also responsible for managing Cargill’s understanding of Latin American energy markets.

Dr. Nunez then became a senior economist with Cargill’s Treasury’s Global Capital
Markets Group. He advised Cargill’s corporate leadership on issues related to asset liability management, and interest rate, commodity, and currency hedging. He also developed trading strategies across money markets, fixed income, currency, and commodity markets. He was also involved in developing Cargill’s overall economic forecast for the U.S. and Latin America.

Prior to joining Brattle he was a senior economist with Robins, Kaplan, where he advised partners and clients in all phases of financial litigation including case development and strategy, discovery, depositions, preparation of expert reports and testimony, and trial.

Representative Engagements
December 16, 2016

The whitepaper finds that the U.S. House of Representatives’ Tax Reform Task Force Blueprint (the Blueprint) would lead to an increase in the domestic price of crude oil.