- Business in high demand as a result of the economic crisis
- Still integrating staff and rebranding new acquisitions in APAC
ABOUT THIS COMPANY:
Thriving in the silver lining
FTI Consulting thrives when times are tough—which means that business has been very good recently. The firm mainly focuses on services for companies that are facing trouble, whether economic, legal or regulatory. The firm boasts 15 to 20 percent of the world market share in economic consulting. 16 percent of its revenue currently comes from overseas, with dozens of offices in Europe, Latin America and Asia, and plans to continuing expanding its activities abroad. In recent years, FTI has grown both its domestic and international operations through a number of acquisitions and currently owns eight subsidiaries. In all, FTI operates 80 offices worldwide and employs 3,500 staff.
There are few industries that FTI won't take on, with clients coming from sectors including automotive, chemicals, retail, pharmaceutical, health care, insurance, real estate, financial services, energy, construction, communications, and media and entertainment. Clients are often big fish—97 of the top-100 law firms and nine of the top-10 bank holding companies worldwide, as well as 85 percent of the Fortune 100. President and CEO Jack Dunn told Accountancy Age that the firm "would like to have a global brand where companies feel as comfortable using us as the Big Four."
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