Senior Vice President, Compass Lexecon
Alan Rozenberg is an economic consultant with more than ten years of experience in
international arbitration matters, with vast experience in business valuation and regulatory
economics. At present, he is a Senior Vice President at Compass Lexecon.
Mr. Rozenberg has participated in more than 40 international investment and commercial
arbitration cases valuing assets in various industries and geographic locations. Outside the
international arbitration field, he has advised companies in mergers and acquisitions
processes and in State aid investigations.
Mr. Rozenberg has participated in cases in Argentina (manufacturing), Bulgaria (electricity
generation), Costa Rica (hospitality), Croatia (renewable electricity), Cuba (hospitality),
Dominican Republic (electricity generation), Egypt (oil and gas logistics, gas supply
agreements), Guatemala (electricity distribution), Hungary (electricity generation,
hospitality, water distribution), Italy (gas supply agreements), Japan (renewable electricity),
Kuwait (shareholder disputes on conglomerates), Latvia (airports), Poland (pharmaceuticals,
renewable electricity), Spain (renewable electricity), Trinidad and Tobago (methanol
production), Ukraine (gas supply agreements), and Venezuela (wholesale distribution).
He has a degree in Economics from the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo and a Master’s
degree in Finance from the Universidad del CEMA (UCEMA), both in Argentina.
Mr. Rozenberg has been recognized by Who’s Who Legal as a Future Leader in Arbitration.