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Rob Fisher

  • Senior Director
  • T: +1 202 589 3408
  • F: +1 202 312 9101
    • 1101 K Street NW
    • Suite B100
    • Washington, DC, 20005
    • United States
    • T: +1 202 312 9100
    • F: +1 202 312 9101

Rob Fisher is a Senior Director in FTI’s Economic Consulting practice and is based in Washington, D.C. Mr. Fisher provides financial and economic consulting services to the transportation, energy and telecommunications industries.

Mr. Fisher leads the energy and economic modeling efforts for the Network Industries Strategies group within FTI. He models future scenarios for natural gas, coal, oil, and electricity markets under a range of technology, policy, and economic environments. Mr. Fisher develops electricity market forecasts using the Plexos model. His modeling results recently were used in an international arbitration case. In addition, Mr. Fisher leverages the IMPLAN model to analyze a range of policy and economic issues.

Mr. Fisher also develops expert testimony for railroad clients in litigation disputes involving the delivery of large coal and chemical shipments.  He directs the volume and price forecasts and financial analysis to demonstrate the reasonableness of railroad rates before the Surface Transportation Board.

Mr. Fisher supported a consortium of manufacturers to gain anti-leakage provisions in greenhouse gas legislation.  His methodology for measuring the energy and trade intensity and the emissions of each industry was adopted as the framework for allocated allowances to manufacturers in the bill passed by the House.

Prior to joining FTI, Mr. Fisher worked for two technology companies, most recently as Vice President of Strategic Marketing, where he held P&L responsibility for the company’s largest product.  Before that, he spent 10 years as a strategy consultant, working with dozens of telecom clients on financial analysis, marketing strategy and operational improvement.

Mr. Fisher holds a B.S. in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and an M.B.A from the University of Michigan.

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