Credit Risk Services
As a leading independent consulting firm free of conflicts, FTI Consulting is a preferred provider of critical services to financial institutions. Our Bank Governance and Regulation practice helps banks and financial services clients of all sizes and specialties navigate a constantly changing environment of financial service regulations, enforcement actions, litigation and economic and competitive challenges. Our professionals work with clients to promote governance, risk management and compliance; resolve regulatory inquiries and leverage client resources to protect and enhance enterprise value.
Who We Are
The Bank Governance and Regulation practice consists of experienced professionals, including former senior managers at bank regulatory agencies and financial institutions who have the expertise and experience to add value while addressing client concerns. Our financial professionals are experienced bankers, former bank examiners, CPAs, attorneys, economists, forensic specialists, governance and internal control experts and other professionals with expertise in regulatory compliance, enterprise risk management, financial and operational risk, information technology and strategic communications. Our team also includes former staff members of the Federal Reserve Board, the Office of Comptroller of the Currency, FDIC, SEC, Department of Justice, and state Attorneys General.
Meeting the Challenges: Heightened Supervisory Expectations and Prudential Management Operating Standards for Credit Risk Management
Whether through law, regulation, policy or enforcement actions, regulators continue to expect more from the credit risk management function. “Strong,” not “Satisfactory” is the new expected performance measure for credit risk and counterparty credit risk management policies, processes, personnel and control systems. Our professionals routinely provide strategic, operational and transactional advisory services; evaluating and enhancing critical components of the credit life cycle to assist clients in meeting these increased government, regulatory and investor expectations.