FTI Consulting Recognized as a Leading Investigations Consultancy by Global Investigations Review
WASHINGTON, D.C., Nov. 14, 2018 — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced that it has been recognized as a top 10 global investigations consultancy in Global Investigations Review’s GIR 100, an annual guide to the world's leading investigations firms. Based on extensive research, this year’s guide consists of 100 law firms and 10 consulting firms deemed capable of handling sophisticated cross-border government-led and internal investigations.
“It is an honor to be included in Global Investigations Review’s prestigious guide,” said Paul Ficca, Global Leader of the Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment at FTI Consulting. “We had a banner year in our investigations practice, highlighted by one of our experts, Lindi Jarvis, being recognized in Global Investigations Review’s Women in Investigations 2018 guide. She is part of our global network of professionals that brings a multidisciplinary approach to investigations, built on our functional expertise in corporate internal investigations, anti-bribery risk assessments, transactional due diligence, litigation intelligence and commercial disputes.”
“Since it was founded almost 40 years ago, FTI Consulting has been a top choice for major law firms and companies needing assistance in high-stakes cases,” Global Investigations Review editors wrote in their assessment of the firm. Using both publicly disclosed reports and confidential information provided by companies during the vetting process, the GIR 100 recommends firms based on the quality of their investigations and white-collar crime practices.
“I am very proud of the team for this recognition by a respected global investigations publication,” said Peter Nolan, Leader of the Global Risk & Investigations Practice at FTI Consulting. “Our practice combines a mix of industry, regulatory, former Big Four accounting professionals and former law enforcement professionals who help our clients decrease compliance risk through effective controls and anti-corruption procedures.”
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