Case Studies

To corroborate the potential impact and value of engaging FTI Consulting in the future, please examine our success in the past. The following case studies demonstrate our multidisciplinary approach to client challenges and opportunities, providing solutions that protect and enhance enterprise value. As these cases demonstrate, we deliver critical thinking at the critical time.

The Coca-Cola Company Improving investor relations for strategic growth

Strategic Communications Case Study

The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) is the world's largest beverage company. During the economic downturn, declining consumer confidence in general and several business setbacks worried investors.Read more »

Thanks to the efforts of our experienced management team and our system bottling partners, we are much better positioned as we begin to emerge from these difficult economic times." - Gary Fayard, CFO, Jan. 9, 2010

Colombia's High Council for Reintegration

Strategic Communications Case Study

The High Council for Reintegration (ACR) is a government entity in Colombia responsible for designing, implementing and evaluating state policy on social and economic reintegration of armed individuals or groups outside the law to demobilize voluntarily. In 2007, FTI Consulting was retained by the ACR to develop a communications strategy to counteract misinformation about the organization and to protect the ACR against continuous attacks by the national press.Read more »

Investigations and Forensic Accounting

Forensic and Litigation Consulting Case Study

The global investigations and forensic accounting teams at FTI Consulting provide a broad range of multidisciplinary expertise to conduct independent corporate internal investigations on a variety of issues.Read more »

Sportsman's Warehouse

Corporate Finance-Restructuring Case Study

From a single sporting goods store and wholesale company in Utah in 1996, Sportsman’s Warehouse grew to 67 stores nationally with more than $700 million in annual sales.Read more »

Thanks to its new business discipline, cash flow is better than anticipated, and as of January, an asset-based line of credit was stronger than it normally is at that time of year -- excellent news for a seasonal business where Q1 sales typically slow to a crawl." - American Express Inside Edge

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