Chairman: Steve Gunby (Global), Kevin Hewitt (EMEA)
Number of employees: 5700+
Languages: 50+ languages native or fluently spoken
Overview & History:
FTI Consulting, Inc. is a global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organisations manage change, mitigate risk and resolve disputes: financial, legal, operational, political & regulatory, reputational and transactional. With more than 5,700 employees located in 27 countries, FTI Consulting professionals work closely with clients to anticipate, illuminate and overcome complex business challenges and make the most of opportunities.
We are an advisor to:
96 of the world’s top 100 law firms
53 of Fortune Global 100 corporations
8 of the world’s top 10 bank holding companies
Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration Expert Firm of the Year 2015 – 2019
Who’s Who Legal: Consulting Experts (Most Recognised), Law Business Research Ltd. (2016 - 2019)
Best Of National Law Journal: Hall of Fame National Law Journal (2017 – 2019)
Corporate Counsel: Top Service Provider in the Legal Industry ALM Media Properties (2016 – 2019)
Economic & Financial Consulting
-Claims and Disputes
Forensic & Litigation Consulting
-Forensic Accounting Services
-Data & Analytics
-Global Risk & Investigations
-Collections and Digital Forensics
-Forensic Data Analytics
-M&A, Crisis Communications & Special Situations
-Capital Markets Communications
-People & Change
-Digital & Insights
-Strategy Consulting & Research
Corporate Finance & Restructuring
FTI partners and advises with management teams, boards of directors, creditors, investors and lenders across the valuation creation life cycle to manage cash flow, liquidity forecasts, accounting and financial reporting, activist shareholders and financial communication needs. The firm’s teams take an industry first approach, bringing veteran practitioners and former industry executives to bear on the most complex commercial challenges and opportunities facing companies today.
FTI helps clients across the corporate life cycle overcome operational impediments and navigate the complexities of doing business in disrupted industries. Working with executive management, boards of directors and investors, the firm provides the objectivity, datadriven analytics and hands-on solutions and develop and implement plans of action that deliver sustained results.
FTI helps clients use their communications assets to protect, enhance and develop their business interests with key constituencies. The firm’s experienced professionals can help clients manage crises, navigate market disruptions, articulate their brand, stake a competitive position and preserve their permission to operate.
FTI provides independent dispute advisory, expert testimony, international arbitration, investigative, data governance, e-discovery and forensic accounting services to the global legal community. The firm’s experience in high stakes litigation and complex financial investigations enables us to get to an appropriately scaled response quickly.
Political & Regulatory
FTI Consulting and its subsidiary, Compass Lexecon, work with clients to ensure that relevant regulations are economically sound, assess whether regulatory and compliance obligations are being met, perform public policy studies, implement robust systems and controls, protect their businesses from risks associated with political change and provide confidence to all key stakeholders that their business is well-controlled. The firm’s clients span from individual companies to trade associations to governmental agencies in many jurisdictions around the globe.
FTI’s definitive expertise across the deal life cycle and diverse industries enables it to maximise outcomes for its clients in acquisitions, IPOs, divestitures, integrations, carve-outs and capital markets activities. The firm advises corporate and financial clients and their advisors and regulators to structure, conduct due diligence, integrate, value and communicate all the while responding to a broad range of commercial demands. In addition, Compass Lexecon, an FTI Consulting subsidiary, works with private parties and government agencies to evaluate the likely effects of proposed mergers and acquisitions on prices, costs and competition.