Déjà vu for Le Pen? FTI Consulting Research on French Presidential Election

                  Recent polling of the presidential election from a range of polling firms has been consistent: Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are both comfortably ahead of the third-place candidate and will advance to the second-round run-off, where Macron will beat Le Pen by a wide margin.…

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Economic & Trade Relationships – A UK & US Perspective

With renewed importance placed on the opinions of the ‘populist movements’ in the UK and US and the topicality of trade deals, FTI Consulting conducted research with these populations to highlight their support or otherwise. Time will tell of they have any potential influence on their political leaders. A simple questions about what sort of…

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Weathering the Brexit storms with Change Management best practice

                The breakneck and sometimes surprising developments that are playing out on the UK political stage in the wake of the EU referendum have underscored the truth in the oft repeated mantra: ‘change is the only constant’. FTI Consulting takes a look at leading people through change and…

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Changes in professional services: are they affecting talent retention and engagement?

Firms in the professional services industry are experiencing dramatic changes as they respond to evolving client demands. Since these firms define themselves by the quality of their people — the urgency of keeping and attracting the best talent is more intense than ever. FTI Consulting recently surveyed full-time employees working in the professional services sector,…

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Brexit Research Highlights: A Global Institutional Investor View

FTI Consulting recently fielded a survey amongst 100 global institutional investors to gauge their immediate reactions to the United Kingdom (UK) referendum (“Brexit”) and their expectations for its impact on the UK, the European Union (“EU”) and global economies, as well as their portfolios. #1. Access to EU 56% are concerned that the UK won’t…

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