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The Job of CFO is Rapidly Expanding. So How Do They Feel About That?

Mar 2014

The Job of CFO is Rapidly Expanding. So How Do They Feel About That?

After nearly 50 years of economic decline and political isolation, Myanmar is experiencing a stampede of foreign companies seeking to stake their claim in one of the world’s last economic frontiers.

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IPO Roundtable: Navigating the New IPO Marketplace

Feb 2013

IPO Roundtable: Navigating the New  IPO Marketplace

FTI Consulting recently convened a panel of IPO experts at the Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst Conference to talk about the current market and discuss how companies can best prepare for an IPO.

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China Plus One

Feb 2013

China Plus One

For the last 20 years, many Western companies have invested in China, drawn by its low production costs and enormous domestic consumer market. But in recent years, the cost advantage has diminished, while other business challenges have emerged. As a result, many companies are looking to exploit opportunities in other growing Asian markets both to hold down costs and to reduce overdependence on China.

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A Communications Strategy for Volatile Times

Nov 2012

A Communications Strategy for Volatile Times

In today’s uncertain environment, companies need a sound understanding of what their stakeholders think.

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Latin America Security Index

Nov 2012

Latin America Security Index

In recent years, multinational corporations have stepped up their investments in emerging markets in order to take advantage of the more rapid growth rates and increasing consumer purchasing power.

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E-discovery – Taking Predictive Coding Out of the Black Box

Nov 2012

E-discovery – Taking Predictive Coding Out of the Black Box

In cases of commercial litigation, the process of discovery can place a huge burden on defendants. Often, they have to review millions or even tens of millions of documents to find those that are relevant to a case. These costs can spiral into millions of dollars quickly.

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From Cop to Counselor

Apr 2012

From Cop to Counselor

Independent corporate integrity monitors can help companies increase transparency and improve reporting standards.

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Re-Entering Latin America

Apr 2012

Re-Entering Latin America

Thirty years ago, Navistar International exited a Latin America wracked by political and economic turmoil. Navistar Truck Group President D.T. Kapur explains why the company returned to Latin America in the 1990s and how the region has evolved into a thriving market.

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The Bribery Net

Apr 2012

The Bribery Net

Commercial bribery. Facilitation. Even failure to prevent a bribery from taking place. These are all serious offenses under the new U.K. Bribery Act. Will the Bribery Act really be like the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act on steroids?

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The Threat From Inside

Apr 2012

The Threat From Inside

Companies face serious risks from employee intellectual property theft. To protect themselves, they need strong onboarding and exiting policies, plus computer forensics expertise.

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The Risk Manager

Apr 2012

The Risk Manager

Chief financial officers may have the ideal combination of perspective and abilities to link capital with strategy in order to quantify and handle enterprise risks.

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The Asset Tracers

Apr 2012

The Asset Tracers

How FTI Consulting combines sophisticated data analysis with classic investigative skills to help clients fight fraud

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The CEO As Statesman

Apr 2012

The CEO As Statesman

To keep investors happy and protect their own interests, companies and CEOs will need to play a more active role in policy and regulatory debates.

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Global Trade And Its Discontents

Apr 2012

Global Trade And Its Discontents

With protectionist sentiment on the rise and World Trade Organization disputes growing, advocates of free trade must defend the benefits of an open global trading system.

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The Data Conundrum

Apr 2012

The Data Conundrum

Develop protocols now to comply with court data demands without breaching privacy laws.

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Expanding Through Exports

Apr 2012

Expanding Through Exports

U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk talks about the importance of the multilateral Trans-Pacific Partnership, explains how global trade can help Main Street prosper and gives a progress report on the five-year plan to double U.S. exports.

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Blocking The Breach

Apr 2012

Blocking The Breach

Up to 90% of U.S. companies have been hacked. By teaming with law enforcement to catch and prosecute hackers, companies can reduce their cybercrime risk.

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The Next China

Apr 2012

The Next China

Business leaders with deep experience in Latin America discuss how to overcome infrastructure and security pitfalls to seize opportunities in countries whose collective GDP is on par with China’s.

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Compliance’s Cultural Divide

Apr 2012

Compliance’s Cultural Divide

Justifiable concerns over corruption in cross-cultural situations lead many companies to overcompensate with harsh mandates that can destroy trust. Education and dialogue often produce better outcomes.

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The Impact Of Global Financial Reforms

Dec 2011

The Impact Of Global Financial Reforms

The financial crisis spurred significant regulatory reforms including the Dodd-Frank Act. Six top financial leaders discuss whether these reforms can truly prevent another meltdown.

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CEO Transitions

Dec 2011

CEO Transitions

Leadership change affects a company’s enterprise value. Whether that’s positive or negative depends largely on measures taken by boards and CEOs in the months leading up to — and following — the change.

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After The Crisis

Dec 2011

After The Crisis

Regulators have done much to prevent a recurrence of the 2008 banking crisis. But will it be enough?

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The Diversity Advantage

Dec 2011

The Diversity Advantage

How regulation and competition are bringing more women into the boardroom

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Brazil's Fortunes

Dec 2011

Brazil's Fortunes

Brazil’s burgeoning middle class is pushing for stronger corporate governance to protect its investment interests.

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New Investor Power

Dec 2011

New Investor Power

Companies waiting until proxy season to engage investor issues may find themselves scrambling to address concerns that have been festering for months.

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Restoring The Union

Dec 2011

Restoring The Union

Writing from Athens, a leading economist sees in the eurozone financial crisis the potential seed of a stronger union. But the cost may be more than financial.

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Sue Or Be Sued

Dec 2011

Legal actions against global corporations are surging across the map, with every kind of company facing suits from regulators, shareholders, employees and competitors.

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The Asian Tiger's Camouflage

Dec 2011

The Asian Tiger's Camouflage

Once fraud is revealed, investor losses can be sudden and dramatic. When considering Asian investments, look beyond the audited financials.

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Regulation vs. Competition

Dec 2011

Regulation vs. Competition

Regulation can create stability. But it can also hinder the competitive dynamics necessary for a healthy financial industry: the situation in Europe

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King Regulation

Dec 2011

King Regulation

National governments’ regulatory supremacy is under threat from local and global interests. Between them, they threaten to steal the crown.

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View From The Bridge

Dec 2011

View From The Bridge

Conversations with three CEOs who were at the precipice of the unparalleled banking crisis

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Prescription For Integration

Sep 2011

Prescription For Integration

Many U.S. hospitals and physicians are waiting on the sidelines to see if healthcare reform legislation will become a reality. But such hesitancy will put their economic health at risk — regardless of what shape the legislation finally takes.

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Time For Change

Sep 2011

Time For Change

Improving value in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service is an economic necessity, and while the government’s unpopular plan may have been watered down, it may yet serve as a model of what other cash-strapped health systems must do. And where private providers can help, they will be in demand.

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Unite And Conquer

Sep 2011

Unite And Conquer

Getting bigger is one way to cut costs and improve care, but merged hospitals often fail to achieve one or both goals. Michael Dowling, president and CEO of North Shore-LIJ Health System, discusses what it takes to integrate operations and cultures.

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All Hands On Deck

Sep 2011

All Hands On Deck

Accountable care organizations are the talk of the industry in the United States, but precious few actually exist — and that means few guideposts for getting an ACO up and running. That hasn’t stopped this health system.

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The Wrong Lessons

Sep 2011

The Wrong Lessons

The U.S. government, which has a history of responding to economic crises with counterproductive strategies, has done it again, argues this former regulator, who recommends a more effective path.

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Bridging The Divide

Sep 2011

Bridging The Divide

Health insurance CEOs are caught in a tug of war between companies whose employees want affordable care and healthcare providers that desire a decent return on their services. Yet many answers can be found in Europe, South America and Canada — and even the United States.

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Local Cures For A Global Crisis

Sep 2011

Local Cures For A Global Crisis

Many nations, both developed and developing, are looking for answers to their healthcare budget crises. A roundtable of experts weighs in on these initiatives.

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A World Of Ideas

Sep 2011

A World Of Ideas

Around the globe, innovations in healthcare are coming from private enterprise. These successful projects could lead the way to many others.

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What's In The Pipeline?

Sep 2011

What's In The Pipeline?

Facing negative publicity and investor wariness, pharmaceutical companies need to communicate how investments in R&D will deliver meaningful future growth.

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Working Well

Sep 2011

Working Well

Helping employees kick unhealthy habits and prevent disease has benefits for companies too, and businesses around the world are stepping up their efforts.

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Healthcare In A Box

Sep 2011

Healthcare In A Box

One company’s simple but effective model for improving healthcare delivery in remote, impoverished locations is having an outsize impact.

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A Hard Look At Costs

Sep 2011

A Hard Look At Costs

As care costs rise, so does the gap between those who can and cannot afford treatment. Key industry players must come onboard to drive down fees and increase healthcare accessibility.

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Restricted Access

Mar 2011

Restricted Access

Banks are lending again, but new banking regulations, loan structures and products, coupled with more conservative bankers, make for tough going.

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Pressure Points

Mar 2011

Pressure Points

Activist shareholders are training their sights on how businesses deploy cash and run their operations. In this roundtable, corporate directors discuss the best ways to respond and a board’s proper role in helping companies compete and prosper.

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Ready. Aim...

Mar 2011

Ready. Aim...

After three years of hunkering down, deferring unnecessary investment and cutting costs, companies around the world are sitting on record levels of cash to spend as the global economy strengthens.

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Detecting Fraud In Real Time

Mar 2011

Detecting Fraud In Real Time

Multinationals today face proliferating compliance issues that essentially come down to one requirement: putting technology in place to detect wrongdoing at any time and in any location.

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Rulebooks For A Changing World

Mar 2011

New thought leadership offerings propose solutions to some of today’s vexing issues.

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Crossing The Line

Mar 2011

Crossing The Line

Britain’s new anticorruption statute puts companies on the spot for the actions of anyone working on their behalf. And ignorance of an agent’s bribes is no excuse.

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Will The Euro Survive?

Mar 2011

Will The Euro Survive?

Critics point to a growing gap between eurozone nations. But supporters warn of dire consequences if the center does not hold.

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Risks, Riots And Rewards

Mar 2011

Risks, Riots And Rewards

Diverse challenges, many of them unexpected, could slow Asia’s inexorable rise. Investors need to be wary, well informed and unafraid.

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Private Equity's New Rules

Nov 2010

Private Equity's New Rules

In a recent roundtable, five experts discussed whether new U.S. and European regulations hamper funds and investors — and whether there could be hidden benefits.

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Venturing Back Into Private Equity

Nov 2010

Venturing Back Into Private Equity

Many investors who retreated during the financial crisis are re-emerging to find new challenges — and opportunities.

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Powering Up

Nov 2010

Powering Up

Environmental policy objectives and regulatory incentives are spurring opportunities for private equity.

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Transparent On Demand

Nov 2010

Transparent On Demand

There’s little privacy for private equity when courts, regulators and plaintiffs’ lawyers zero in on firm's electronic communications.

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Building a Better Public Image

Nov 2010

As new regulations and competitive necessity draw private equity firms into the public arena, ignoring reputational issues may no longer be an option.

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In - And Out Of - Control

Nov 2010

In - And Out Of - Control

Private equity funds are becoming more engaged with their portfolio companies. But there’s a fine line between fostering and stifling.

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Making 1 + 1 = 3

Nov 2010

Making 1 + 1 = 3

Most mergers come up short of their goals. Avoiding these five key pitfalls can help companies realize their full potential.

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The First 100 Days

Nov 2010

The First 100 Days

Well before closing on the acquisition of a company, the sponsor should develop a 100-day plan for the acquired company that will put it on the path to achieving the sponsor’s investment goals.

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Filling The Corner Office

Nov 2010

Filling The Corner Office

When Cerberus Capital Management adds a new business to its portfolio, it knows just where to turn for management know-how.

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On The Same Page

Nov 2010

On The Same Page

After acquisition, buyers and sellers must do some heavy lifting to ensure that each party holds up its end of the bargain.

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A World Of Growth

Nov 2010

A World Of Growth

Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, who recently joined FTI Consulting as Chairman of the Global Affairs Practice, discusses the opportunities and challenges facing private equity firms in emerging markets.

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Why borrowers should do their homework

Apr 2010

Why borrowers should do their homework

When searching for asset-based financing, it is important for a company’s finance team to understand the value of their assets and their cash flow. This involves understanding the appraised value of their fixed assets, examining their working capital assets, and ultimately understanding how those values will be viewed by their potential lender. In larger, widely syndicated transactions, another important consideration is the current market depth and capacity for other investors.

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Stimulus Spending: Plugging the Leaks

Apr 2010

Stimulus Spending: Plugging the Leaks

When governments pump money into stimulus programs, fraud inevitably follows. Here is how to fight it.

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Taming the Banking Beast

Apr 2010

Taming the Banking Beast

After the turmoil of the financial crisis, the banking sector urgently needs regulatory reform. How can this be achieved?

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Executive Compensation: A New Solution to an Old Problem

Apr 2010

Executive Compensation: A New Solution to an Old Problem

Contrary to media “noise,” the issue of executive compensation is not a modern dilemma: economist Adam Smith analyzed it more than 200 years ago. Weak boards, dispersed ownership and an ill-informed financial community all contribute to the problem. But is there a solution?

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E-discovery Developments: Rewriting the Rules on Records Management

Apr 2010

A host of legal rulings over the past decade mean companies must think before they press “delete.”

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Real Estate in M&A: Making the Right Move

Apr 2010

Real Estate in M&A: Making the Right Move

The prospect of an increase in M&A activity means now is the time to establish the true value of your organization’s real estate portfolio. Whether it is a hidden asset or a huge liability, the following steps should help to clarify its role in your business.

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Hedge Fund Disclosure: The Best Defense for an Industry Under Siege

Apr 2010

Hedge Fund Disclosure: The Best Defense for an Industry Under Siege

Hedge funds are under the microscope like never before, as regulators and investors demand greater transparency and disclosure. What does this mean for an industry more used to operating behind a veil?

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The Bottom Line on the Top Line: When Will Revenue Growth Resume?

Apr 2010

The Bottom Line on the Top Line: When Will Revenue Growth Resume?

Companies across the U.S. are adjusting to the “new normal”, a term widely used to describe the changed business landscape that has emerged as companies respond to persistently weak demand for their products and services.

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Communicating Executive Compensation

Apr 2010

Communicating Executive Compensation

Each year during proxy season, certain company executives and directors wince in anticipation of publicly disclosing executive compensation. For the majority of workers, pay and benefits are a private matter between them and their employers, but financial regulators require full disclosure of the compensation of key leaders.

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Dispute Resolution in the Global Economy

Apr 2010

Dispute Resolution in the Global Economy

Global investment trends are causing a significant rise in international arbitration cases. FTI looks at the factors that contribute to success in this little known world.

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Show Me the Money

Apr 2010

Show Me the Money

Non-investment grade companies needing to refinance maturing debt or seeking new money loans are still facing a tough lending environment despite the overall improvement in credit market conditions. This is especially true for middle market companies. FTI Consulting shares some practical insights on how best to find favor with lenders in these challenging times.

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The FTI Global Pulse: Monitoring Changing Economic Expectations

Apr 2010

Against a fragile economic backdrop, few are able to agree on what lies ahead. Will the global economy continue its climb out of recession? Or will the world double-dip into more financial woes? New global research from FTI, based on forward-looking global estimates, sheds light on regional economic performance around the world and provides insight into the possible shape of the global recovery.

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Understanding the Foreign Corruption Dragnet

Apr 2010

Understanding the Foreign Corruption Dragnet

As regulators dedicate more resources to global prosecutions and enforcement actions, FTI looks at what businesses, senior executives and boards can do to educate themselves and their companies

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The Next Wave

Oct 2009

The Next Wave

A spike in maturities of corporate debt in the U.S. and other OECD countries threatens to capsize the nascent economic recovery. Falling assets prices, weak consumer demand and deleveraging by lenders means that many companies facing some $900 billion of speculative-grade debt maturities by 2014 will struggle to refinance. FTI Consulting counts the cost of going overboard during the boom years and examines the outlook for survivors.

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Truth in Advertising

Oct 2009

Truth in Advertising

In a comprehensive look at advertising spending, new research by FTI says that the market will not recover to 2008 levels until 2014 and examines the disruptive influence of the Internet on more traditional forms of advertising.

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The Need for Speed

Oct 2009

Access to high-speed Internet service is fast becoming a necessity that consumers cannot live without. Nonetheless, a sizeable minority remain unconnected. With policymakers working on efforts to make broadband more widely available and affordable, a recent report by Compass Lexecon, an FTI subsidiary, helps to inform the debate.

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Leaders Must Narrow the Employee Engagement Gap

Oct 2009

Companies are falling short in informing employees about how they are overcoming the challenges thrown up by the global downturn. New research commissioned by FD demonstrates that strong direction, a clear plan of action and straight talking will keep work forces on your side.

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What Next for Private Equity?

Oct 2009

What Next for Private Equity?

Following a turbulent 12 months for the industry, six experts from across the private equity spectrum explore the shape of things to come.

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Dealing with the Unforeseen

Oct 2009

Dealing with the Unforeseen

Great companies might not be able to predict the future, but they are ready for whatever fate throws their way. The FTI Journal examines best practices from a region familiar with crises.

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Cutting U.S. Healthcare Costs

Oct 2009

The FTI Journal recently convened a group of FTI experts from varied yet connected backgrounds and disciplines – from performance improvement and restructuring, to economic consulting and strategic communications – for a discussion about the state of healthcare in the United States and around the world, with a focus on what’s driving increased spending, and how to slow its growth.

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Proxy Reform–Be Careful What You Wish For

Oct 2009

Early next year, the five members of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission are expected to vote on an issue that for years has sparked fierce debate between companies and shareholder activists. The issue revolves around whether to make it easier for shareholders to nominate directors for corporate boards.

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Turning the Turnaround on its Head

Oct 2009

Turning the Turnaround on its Head

In a turnaround situation, too many businesses rush to apply short-term fixes rather than diagnosing the real problem. There is only one cure: identifying the competitive advantage and transforming the corporate culture, while keeping a laser-sharp focus on the end-game.

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When Dealing With Debt, Confidence Is King

Oct 2009

When Dealing With Debt, Confidence Is King

Credit rationing means there is, and will continue to be, a race to access funds. While market confidence remains fragile, a company’s ability to communicate how it is addressing the threats and opportunities created by the current climate has never been more important.

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Don’t Run Before You Can Talk

Oct 2009

Don’t Run Before You Can Talk

Realizing that you have a problem and need specialist turnaround help is the first step in seeking to re-establish your business. However, don’t overlook the impact that communications can have, both positively and negatively, on that process.

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