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Transitional Management

When companies need skilled, experienced leadership to pursue planned or unexpected opportunities, contend with executive turnover or drive strategic transactions, FTI Consulting interim executives guide the process and assure stability through periods of transition. Our interim executives bring deep leadership, financial management and operating experience, and the highest levels of functional and industry expertise to reinforce clients’ executive teams in that critical moment. Our executives deliver the global array of FTI Consulting offerings and capabilities as needed. For further information on our Turnaround and Recovery Management Services for distressed businesses, click here.

Our Service Offerings

Interim Executive Services

Our seasoned executives serve in leadership, financial management, operations and functional management roles. These roles include CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CIOs, CTOs, CMOs and the senior positions that report to them. Our leaders come from a broad range of industries, backgrounds and geographies.

Enterprise Management Services

Our executive teams lead businesses in preparation for, execution of, and transition from acquisitions, divestitures, changes of control and other fundamental changes. We manage the business to improve operations, enhance value and realize its potential.

Carve-out Management Services

Our executives manage carve-outs of businesses from larger enterprises and then serve in key leadership and financial roles of the new enterprise on behalf of the new owners during the transition period.

Finance Function Management Services

Our financial executives serve as CFOs and in other key financial roles to upgrade internal and external reporting, tighten controls, improve decision-support and enhance internal and external credibility.

Management of Major Initiatives and Projects

Our executives and specialists take the lead and execute on major initiatives and projects for our clients. Examples include launching or re-launching a line of business, implementing a major system, conducting a mission-critical negotiation, integrating an acquisition, driving significant cost realignment or a performance improvement initiative, implementing a new organization design and exiting a line of business.

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