Economic Regulation Brochure
FTI Consulting’s economic regulation experts advise governments, regulators, companies and their investors in the pursuit of regulatory outcomes that strike a balance between the promotion of efficient investment incentives, competition and continued improvements in service quality. Our advisors combine exceptional technical expertise and academic rigour with extensive sector-specific knowledge, as they advise clients facing complex and fundamental changes in critical infrastructure sectors.
About FTI Consulting
FTI Consulting is an independent global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organisations manage change, mitigate risk and resolve disputes: financial, legal, operational, political, regulatory, reputational and transactional.
Individually, each practice is a leader in its specific field, staffed with experts recognised for the depth of their knowledge and a track record for making an impact. Collectively, FTI Consulting offers a comprehensive suite of services designed to assist clients across the business cycle - from proactive risk management to the ability to respond rapidly to unexpected events and dynamic environments.
Our Economic Regulation Team
The economic regulation team is part of FTI Consulting’s globally recognised Economic & Financial Consulting practice. Building on our renowned expert witness and competition knowledge, our specialists advise companies and regulators from a wide range of industries.
Our team is made up of a diverse mix of experts: former sector regulators, in-house regulatory economists, engineers, and highly qualified academics who have conducted pioneering research in their fields. Together with FTI Consulting’s experienced economic and financial consultants, contributing many years of sector-specific expertise, the economic regulation team provides unrivalled depth of academic rigour, coupled with breadth of practical experience. More recently, our experts have also been advising clients in sectors that are facing forms of economic regulation for the first time, including the electronic payments sector and the wider digital economy.