How We Help Our Clients

FTI Consulting works with clients on their most high-stakes, complex challenges and opportunities around the world. Our professionals have a seat at the table for the high-impact engagements that shape history.

Facts & Figures


Advisor to 59 of the Fortune Global 100 corporations


Advisor to 98 of the world’s top 100 law firms


Advisor to 8 of the world’s top 10 largest private equity firms


Over 7,500 clients globally


Advisor to 9 of the world’s top 10 bank holding companies

How We Help Our Clients

FTI Consulting Helps Wells Fargo Reform and Recover

Wells Fargo’s Board of Directors engaged FTI Consulting and global law firm Shearman & Sterling to conduct an independent investigation into customer fraud.

Queensland Nickel – Digging for Answers Down Under

In one of Australia’s largest and most publicized corporate collapses, FTI Consulting uncovered serious allegations of fraud against Queensland Nickel’s polarizing director and ultimate shareholder, and deployed a cross-segment team to follow the money trail, chase missing assets and help employees and creditors recoup millions owed.

FTI Consulting Helps Steinhoff Creditors Preserve Value

When faced with a fraud accusation, executive departures and liquidity issues, Steinhoff’s creditors looked to FTI Consulting to provide clarity on trading performance and help preserve value through a restructuring.

Cost Transformation for a Beauty Products Retailer

Sally Beauty Holdings wanted to free up between $25 million and $50 million to help fund growth initiatives, so it turned to FTI Consulting to help identify and implement cost and productivity enhancements across the organization.

Madoff Ponzi Scheme: Following the Money to Recovery

In 2008, the world learned about Bernard Madoff’s unprecedented fraud, which spanned decades and defrauded thousands of investors of approximately $20 billion. To date, FTI Consulting has recovered more than USD$13.3 billion, representing over 75 percent of the stolen funds.

AT&T + Time Warner = Precedent-Setting Vertical Merger Case

Compass Lexecon successfully testified in a precedent-setting case that the $85 billion vertical merger between AT&T and Time Warner would not lead to higher prices.

Awards & Recognition

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