Candice L. Rosevear Co-Founder and Managing Director

Candice L. Rosevear Co-Founder and Managing Director

Candice Rosevear is a co-founder of Peregrine Economics and a Managing Director in the firm’s Labor & Employment, Valuation, and Data Science practices. She specializes in applying the intersecting disciplines of economics, finance, and statistics to legal, regulatory, and business issues.

Candice has a national consulting practice and over 15 years of experience. She has provided expert economic and statistical testimony in state and federal court matters, addressing class certification, equal pay, discrimination, wage-and-hour, and many other employment-related issues. She has also provided expert testimony and consulting on various finance-related matters including market manipulation and securities fraud, and the valuation of complex financial instruments, closely held businesses, and executive compensation packages.

She also consults companies privately on employment decisions, including recruiting, hiring, and compensation, providing a third-party risk assessment at all points in an organization’s decision-making process. 

In addition, Candice conducts research for the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Diversity of Asset Managers Research Series, which studies the representation of women and minorities among the investment firms in the United States. She is the author of the studies on Philanthropy (2020, 2021, 2022), Higher Education (2022) and Diversity Metrics (2022).

Prior to co-founding Peregrine Economics, Candice was a principal at Global Economics Group. Prior to that, she was a consultant at Navigant Economics, Chicago Partners (an economics consulting firm) and the Indiana Supreme Court.

Candice holds an M.B.A. in Economics, Finance, and Econometrics from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a B.S. in business, magna cum laude, from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis.