About Scott A.
Scott Sizemore is a Senior Managing Director in FTI Consulting’s Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment and is part of the Data & Analytics practice. Mr. Sizemore has extensive experience in complex, data-intensive analyses focused on a wide variety of industries, including financial services, government and healthcare.
At FTI Consulting, Mr. Sizemore’s experience includes assisting several government departments in a class action suit alleging mismanagement of trust accounts, as well as helping to unravel two alleged large-scale Ponzi schemes with major media coverage. Responsibilities included leading project teams in analyzing electronic account and transaction data, identification and retrieval of client data and extraction of account data from text reports. Mr. Sizemore is also known as one of FTI Consulting’s experts in SAS and has been consulted on both domestic and international projects on issues ranging from file parsing, modeling and data analysis.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Sizemore was the Pricing and Product manager at CSI Financial. He refined his valuation skills by pricing the value of charged-off medical receivables as well as active medical balances. Mr. Sizemore also developed valuation models of medical debt and interfaced with sales force and outsourced debt servicing companies. During his tenure, he priced the winning competitive bid on USD$450 million of healthcare bad-debt in second-largest healthcare debt purchase at that time.
At Midland Credit Management (MCM), Mr. Sizemore was the manager of Portfolio Analysis where he was responsible for the quarterly forecasts for the publicly-traded company’s collections for a variety of assets. Mr. Sizemore honed his analytical and forecasting skills by optimizing and automating most of this process through SAS and Visual Basic that improved forecast quality and speed. He was also responsible for the data-mining of collection performance, which led to development of better valuation models and collection forecasts of a variety of charged-off assets. Mr. Sizemore also discovered and successfully addressed a servicing issue that was causing significant loss in collections and threatened impairment of the portfolio.