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Revision as of 01:33, 27 April 2015

FTI Office, Avenue Marnix 23, Brussels
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FTI Consulting is a global business advisory firm. In 2006 it took over Financial Dynamics (also known as FD) a leading financial and corporate PR and lobbying firm with offices in Europe, the US, Asia, the Middle East and South Africa. FTI now offers lobbying services under its name.

Declaring clients and lobbyists

FTI declared their clients and lobbyists for the first time in APPC's '1st December 2014 - 28th February 2015' register.[1]

Revolving door

In October 2010 former Foreign Office minister Lord Mark Malloch Brown joined FTI Consulting as chairman for global affairs. Four months before that FTI had hired Vicky Pryce – formerly a senior civil servant at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) – as a senior managing director in its economic consulting team, advising companies on issues including public policy.

In December 2014 former Labour health minister Patricia Hewitt joined FTI in London as a senior adviser, working under Alex Deane.

People

Corporate Leadership

Business Leadership

London

US

  • Edward J. Reilly, global chief executive officer and is global CEO of FTI Strategic Communications, based in New York

Brussels team

2011

APPC register

December 2014-February 2015

Stephanie Blott | Francesca Boothby | Sue Brown | Shannon Brushe | Caroline Cutler | Alex Deane | Sean Galvin | John Gusman | Patricia Hewitt | Alexander Holroyd | Andrew Johnson | Phil Kennedy | Liam O'Keefe | Lucy Oliver | Philippa Roe | Laura Sainsbury | Amy Yiannitsarou[1]

Clients

December 2014-February 2015

Atlantis Resources | British Virgin Islands | Dolphin Square Foundation | Exelon Corporation | Exxon Mobil Corporation | Fontem Ventures | IMS Health | Klesch Group | KPMG | LaSalle Investment Management | MasterCard | Noble Energy | Palantir | Reed Midem - MIPIM UK | Scottish Development International | Shale Gas Europe | Smith & Nephew | Thames Enterprise Park | The Bishopsgate Goods Yard Regeneration Company Ltd | The Change Account | The Federalist Society | Trans Adriatic Pipeline | Vopak Terminals UK[1]

Fracking-related

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Affiliations

Contact

Address: 200 Aldersgate,
Aldersgate Street,
London,
EC1A 4HD
Telephone: +44 20 3727 1000
Website: http://www.fticonsulting.co.uk/index.aspx
http://www.fticonsulting.co.uk/services/strategic-communications/public-affairs.aspx (Public Affairs)

Resources

See: The Corporate Capture of the NHS

  • Tamasin Cave, The privatising cabal at the heart of our NHS Spinwatch, 1 April 2015.
  • Jon Gingerich, Front groups wage PR warfare in ‘fracking’ debate], O'Dwyers, Environmental Communications & Public Affairs, Special Issue, February 2012, acc 5 June 2014

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Register 1st December 2014 - 28th February 2015 APPC, accessed 9 March 2015
  2. Leadership Fti Consulting, undated, accessed 10 October 2014
  3. Andrew Walton, acc 14 December 2010
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 John Harrington Former health secretary Patricia Hewitt among six new recruits at FTI Consulting PR Week, 9 December 2014, accessed 9 December 2014
  5. Julia Harrison, acc 14 December 2011
  6. Desmogblog