Tsvetan Beloreshki is a senior managing director in the FTI Consulting Forensic and Litigation Consulting segment and is based in New York. Mr. Beloreshki's practice is driven by his unique combination of economics expertise, strong quantitative skills, and vast marketplace experience as a trader in fixed income and credit derivative instruments and an active participant in the securities industry.
Mr. Beloreshki specializes in securities and financial economics, focusing on credit products, foreign exchange and commodities, derivative instruments, and structured finance. He has been qualified at arbitration hearings and at trial as an expert in financial economics, securities markets, structured finance, financial engineering, securities valuation, market microstructure, suitability, due diligence, document spoliation, and industry customs and practices.
Mr. Beloreshki has provided economic consulting and dispute resolution/litigation services in cases involving the valuation of fixed income securities, mortgage-backed securities, collateralized mortgage obligations, collateralized debt obligations, auction-rate securities, and other structured finance products. He has worked on analyses of liability and damages in commercial and broker/dealer disputes, claims of market manipulation, and lawsuits relating to hedge funds, banking, and real estate investment, as well as litigation cases involving, among others, complex financial and tax structures and derivative securities, equity, hybrid and credit derivatives, convertible securities, foreign exchange, fixed income instruments, hedge funds characteristics and performance, and the effects of financial crises on market performance and liquidity.
Prior to his consulting career, Mr. Beloreshki was a member of Banque Paribas' Structured Products and Credit Derivatives team in London and New York. In his role as a trader, he analyzed the credits and made markets in sovereign and corporate bonds as well as in an array of credit derivative instruments. In addition to his responsibilities related to the active trading and risk management of a book of complex debt instruments, Mr. Beloreshki was responsible for developing methodologies used in the identification of credit and cross-currency arbitrage opportunities as well as in relative value trading across the spectrum of fixed income instruments, asset swaps and credit derivatives markets. Mr. Beloreshki held a National Association of Securities Dealers General Securities Representative license (Series 7).
Mr. Beloreshki has also worked with a diverse base of banking institutions in the United States, Canada and Great Britain in establishing and maintaining a proprietary software system dealing with asset-liability management in the context of portfolios of mortgage-backed securities and collateralized mortgage obligations.
Mr. Beloreshki has published articles and working papers in the areas of fixed income securities valuation, comparative analyses of the major rating agencies' methodologies with respect to modeling credit in the context of structured finance products, as well as on various liabilities and damages issues related to the litigation of fixed income instruments, hybrid derivatives, and structured finance products. He has presented at a number of seminars and conferences on topics ranging from the economics and valuation of derivative securities and structured finance products to financial economic issues as these relate to various aspects of securities litigation.
MBA in Econometrics, University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
B.A. in Economics, University of Chicago