Nick Wood | Managing Director | FTI Consulting
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Nick Wood

Nick Wood

  • Managing Director
  • Strategic Communications
  • T: +65 6506 9874
  • F: +65 6831 7859
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    • 8 Shenton Way, #32-03
    • AXA Tower
    • 068811
    • Singapore
    • T: +65 6831 7820
    • F: +65 6831 7859

Nick Wood is a Managing Director in the Strategic Communications segment of FTI Consulting and is based in Singapore. Specialising in the energy and natural resources practice, he has 30 years of global communications experience in reputation management, government and regulatory affairs, crisis and issues management, and sustainability program development and execution.

An experienced senior strategic adviser and leader, Mr. Wood joined FTI Consulting in 2014 following more than 20 years at Royal Dutch Shell where he was last heading communications and social performance for the Company’s global exploration and production business. In this role, he was leading about 200 communications professionals in cross-business teams across Asia Pacific, Africa, the Middle East, central Asia and Russia. During this time, he was closely involved in managing strategic communications for the Shell Group and managing reputational issues in the course of sensitive and difficult projects and operations across the world, including in China, Australia, Iraq, Canada, South Africa, Nigeria and Ireland.

Before that, Mr. Wood was Communications Director for Shell in China for seven years where he managed the organisation’s reputation and social performance during the development of complex and sensitive multi-billion dollar projects located in challenging environments. He has also worked in Africa, the Middle East, Central and South East Asia.

Mr. Wood has worked as senior adviser for Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), a global not-for-profit organisation, helping businesses build sustainable approaches to managing social issues in challenging countries.

He started his career as a journalist working in Britain and South East Asia, and has a bachelor’s degree in zoology from London University.

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