Our team of consultants come from a wide variety for academic backgrounds. At FTI they develop skills in economics and finance as well as drawing on their problem solving and analytical skills to answer a range of questions for high-profile clients.
Seize The Day: Bring Your Whole Self to Work
With small client teams, our consultants get to learn straight from the experts through mentorship, collaboration and teamwork.
We specialise in two main areas:
Providing valuation advice about anything from large public companies to patents and trademarks. We do all types of work, but in particular we are the leading firm in advising on valuation issues before courts and tribunals all around the world; and
Economic regulatory advice, where we apply economic theory and in-depth experience to offer advice to both regulators and regulated companies on a wide range of issues.
We have offices in cities across the world, with more than 250 staff worldwide. In London, our EFC practice has more than 150 people and each year we look to recruit at least 15 graduates from any degree background.
Examples of the questions our clients ask us
What impact did Uber have on the earnings of Black Cab drivers in London?
What is a fair way to distribute money to artists from steaming service royalties?
How much extra cost did the NHS incur because a generic drug was kept off the UK market by an invalid patent?
How much is the brand name of a premiership football club worth?
What is the value of an airport in South Africa?
Do US stock exchanges undervalue Chinese companies?
As part of the Foskett Panel, how much compensation should business owners receive after they were wrongly made to close by Lloyds Bank?
Does an econometric analysis of a European bank’s share price indicate that it was affected by the release of inside information?
How large are the benefits of subsidising rural broadband networks in Europe?
What You Will Do
Our graduates play a key role in our project teams by performing industry research and developing the knowledge and experience to perform detailed economic analysis and financial modelling to solve interesting questions. They benefit significantly from working closely with managers and other team members in small teams, as well as from direct exposure to some of the top experts in the industry.
After comprehensive training, some of your day-to-day tasks will include:
Preparing and reviewing financial models, using Excel and financial databases such as Bloomberg and CapitalIQ
Using statistical software packages to perform econometric analysis of industry and market data
Researching companies, markets or geographies to understand what industry features are relevant to the project
Reviewing the regulatory landscape and drawing parallels with our client’s industry
Summarising your work in emails or memos, clearly presenting your results and drawing out the implications
Taking responsibility for the quality of the final product
Summer internship Requirements:
Candidates must be interested in an 8-week internship during the summer of 2022 at our London office.
Applicants should be in their penultimate year of study
Numerate, logical and inquisitive team players from any degree subject
Ability to think independently and creatively
Candidates must be able to demonstrate their quantitative skills, whether academically or in other ways
What We Offer You
Applications for our 8-week Summer Internship will open in September. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to apply your intelligence and analytical skills to stimulating economic, financial and business issues across many different industries. Our interns will have the opportunity to experience a variety of different projects across a range of industries.
Apart from the well-structured career path and excellent team environment, our employees enjoy a variety of perks and benefits.
We offer a competitive benefits and wellbeing programme including private medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, income protection, flex critical illness cover, 5% employer pension contribution, holiday buy, discounted gym membership, interest free travel loans, paid volunteer hours and corporate matching for charitable donations, and much more.
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