Corporate finance – Open MRTD http://openmrtd.org/ Fri, 01 Jul 2022 10:12:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://openmrtd.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-2022-01-31T171458.103-150x150.png Corporate finance – Open MRTD http://openmrtd.org/ 32 32 Corporate finance transformation consulting market size and analysis by 2022-2029 – PwC, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, AT Kearney, Accenture PLC, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, McKinsey & Company, Mercer, FTI Consulting, ITConnectUS, B2E Consulting, Mazars – Indian Defense News https://openmrtd.org/corporate-finance-transformation-consulting-market-size-and-analysis-by-2022-2029-pwc-bain-company-boston-consulting-group-at-kearney-accenture-plc-deloitte-ernst-young-kpmg-mckinsey-c/ Fri, 01 Jul 2022 04:47:05 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/corporate-finance-transformation-consulting-market-size-and-analysis-by-2022-2029-pwc-bain-company-boston-consulting-group-at-kearney-accenture-plc-deloitte-ernst-young-kpmg-mckinsey-c/ The Latest published a market study on Consulting in corporate finance transformation Market provides an overview of current market dynamics in the area of ​​corporate finance transformation consulting, as well as what our survey respondents – all outsourcing decision makers – predict the market will look like in 2028. The study divides the market […]]]>

The Latest published a market study on Consulting in corporate finance transformation Market provides an overview of current market dynamics in the area of ​​corporate finance transformation consulting, as well as what our survey respondents – all outsourcing decision makers – predict the market will look like in 2028. The study divides the market in terms of revenue and volume (where applicable) and price history to estimate size and trend analysis and identify gaps and opportunities. Some of the actors covered by the study are PwC, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, AT Kearney, Accenture PLC, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, McKinsey & Company, Mercer, FTI Consulting, ITConnectUS, B2E Consulting, Mazars

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Main highlights of the study as well as the most frequently asked questions:

1) Why is this assessment of corporate finance transformation consulting so unique?

Market Factor Analysis: In this economic downturn, the impact on various industries is enormous. Moreover, the increase in the gap between demand and supply resulting from the slow supply chain and production chain has made the market interesting to observe. It also discusses technological, regulatory and economic trends affecting the market. It also explains the key drivers and regional dynamics of the global market and current trends within the industry.

Market concentration: Includes C4 Index, HHI, Corporate Finance Transformation (YoY) Consulting Market Share Benchmarking, Major Companies, Emerging Players with Heatmap Analysis

Market entropy: The randomness of the market highlights the aggressive steps players are taking to overcome the current scenario. Developmental activities and milestones such as expansions, technological advancements, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, launches are highlighted here.

Patent Analysis: Comparison of patents issued by each player per year.

Peer review: An assessment of players by financial metrics such as EBITDA, net profit, gross margin, total revenue, segmented market share, assets, etc. to understand the management efficiency, functioning and state of liquidity.

2) Why are only a few companies featured in the report?
Industry standards such as NAICS, ICB, etc. are considered the most important manufacturers. The focus is more on SMEs that are emerging and evolving in the market with their product presence and improved technology modes, the current version includes players such as PwC, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, AT Kearney, Accenture PLC, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, McKinsey & Company, Mercer, FTI Consulting, ITConnectUS, B2E Consulting, Mazars etc and many more.

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3) What details will the competitive landscape provide?
A value proposition chapter to assess the corporate finance transformation consulting market. 2-page profiles of all listed companies with 3-5 year financial data to track and compare company overview, product specifications, etc.

4) What did all the regional segmentations cover? Can a specific country of interest be added?
The countries included in the analysis are North America, United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Russia, countries Nordics, Benelux, Rest of Europe, Asia, China, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Rest of Asia, South America, Brazil, Argentina , Rest of South America, Middle East and Africa, Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Rest of Middle East and Africa
** Countries of primary interest can be added if missing.

5) Is it possible to limit/adapt the scope of the study to the applications we are interested in?
Yes, the general version of the study is broad, but if you have a limited application in your scope and target, the study can also be customized just for those applications. It now covers Aeronautics, Airports & Other applications.

** Depending on the requirement, delivery time may vary.

To primarily understand the global corporate finance transformation consulting market dynamics, the global corporate finance transformation consulting market is analyzed across major regions of the world. Custom study by specific region or country can be provided, usually customer prefer below

  • North America: United States of America (USA), Canada and Mexico.
    • South and Central America: Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Brazil.
    • Middle East and Africa: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Israel, Egypt and South Africa.
    • Europe: United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, NORDIC countries, BALTIC countries, Russia, Austria and rest of Europe.
    • Asia: India, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Southeast Asia (Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam, etc.) and rest
    • Oceania: Australia and New Zealand

Basic segmentation details
Types of in-depth corporate finance transformation consulting products: Consulting in strategic financial model, Consulting in shared financial model, Financial consulting in Lean business management.

Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Key Applications/End Users: BFSI, Healthcare, IT & Telecom, Manufacturing, Retail, Chemical, Energy & Utilities, Food & Beverage, Other

Geographical analysis: North America, USA, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia, Nordics, Benelux, Rest of Europe, Asia, China, Japan, South Korea, South Asia – East, India, Rest of Asia, South America, Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America, Middle East and Africa, Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Rest of Middle East and Africa and rest of the world

For an in-depth analysis of the Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting market size, a competitive analysis is provided, which includes Revenue (USD M) by Players (2022-2028) and Market Share ( %) by players (2022-2028) supplemented by the concentration rate.

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Xeinadin restructures the financing capacity of companies https://openmrtd.org/xeinadin-restructures-the-financing-capacity-of-companies/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 10:21:30 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/xeinadin-restructures-the-financing-capacity-of-companies/ The Xeinadin Group has restructured its corporate finance capabilities across the group’s footprint of over 100 locations in the UK and Ireland, to create a dedicated division to support the company’s broader growth strategy. ‘company. Xeinadin Corporate Finance, jointly led by Steven Lindsay and Paul Whitney, will bring together corporate finance experts from the UK […]]]>

The Xeinadin Group has restructured its corporate finance capabilities across the group’s footprint of over 100 locations in the UK and Ireland, to create a dedicated division to support the company’s broader growth strategy. ‘company.

Xeinadin Corporate Finance, jointly led by Steven Lindsay and Paul Whitney, will bring together corporate finance experts from the UK and Ireland, to support the UK M&A market.

The move is the group’s first announcement of strategic changes following its “significant” minority investment of Exponent earlier this year, which allowed Xeinadin to focus on its growth strategy and the development of “key” practice areas. “.

The company’s Corporate Finance team advised on three transactions that have recently closed. Most recently, the team advised vendors on the acquisition of IT Telemarketing Services (ITTS) by Agent3.

Earlier this month, the team also advised EcoSpeed, a Manchester-based same-day courier company, as it was acquired by retail company CitySprint, part of DPDgroup.

In addition, the team also advised sellers on the acquisition by Thornely Groves, a rental and sales agency of long-time independent agency Julian Wadden and Company.

Derry Crowley, CEO of Xeinadin Group, said: “We have developed a strong reputation for corporate finance across the group over the past few years and now is a good time to restructure and further invest in our offer in order to allow it to grow and provide exceptional services. advice to our clientele of owner-managed businesses.

Steven Lindsay, Co-Head of Corporate Finance, added: “This restructuring will allow us to further strengthen our corporate finance capabilities. We are uniquely positioned to help business owners and managers consider their options for exit, financing, acquisitions and management or employee buyouts. »

Xeinadin was formed by merging the offices in 2019 and is now structured into 14 regional centers, and it recorded annual revenues of over £100m in its last financial year.

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Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Market Expected to Register Healthy CAGR from 2022 to 2028 – Designer Women https://openmrtd.org/corporate-finance-transformation-consulting-market-expected-to-register-healthy-cagr-from-2022-to-2028-designer-women/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 08:44:46 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/corporate-finance-transformation-consulting-market-expected-to-register-healthy-cagr-from-2022-to-2028-designer-women/ “Overview of the corporate finance transformation consulting market Latest Update: This has resulted in several changes. This report also covers the impact of the current COVID-19 situation. The Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Market The analysis summary by Reports Insights is an in-depth study of the current trends leading to this vertical trend in various regions. […]]]>

Overview of the corporate finance transformation consulting market

Latest Update: This has resulted in several changes. This report also covers the impact of the current COVID-19 situation.

The Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Market The analysis summary by Reports Insights is an in-depth study of the current trends leading to this vertical trend in various regions. In addition, this study emphasizes an in-depth competitive analysis on the market outlook, especially the growth strategies claimed by market experts.

Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Market competition by Top Manufacturers as Follows: PwC, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, AT Kearney, Accenture PLC, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, McKinsey & Company, Mercer, FTI Consulting, ITConnectUS, B2E Consulting, Mazars

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The global corporate finance transformation consulting market has been segmented on the basis of technology, product type, application, distribution channel, end-user, and industry vertical, along with geography, providing valuable information.

The type coverage in the market is:
Consulting in strategic financial model
Shared Financial Model Consulting
Financial advice in Lean business management

The application coverage in the market is:
BFSI
Health care
IT & Telecom
Manufacturing
Detail
Chemical
Energy and Utilities
Food and drink
Others

Scope of the Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Market:

ATTRIBUTES DETAILS
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2022-2028
UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
CAGR Yes (%)
BY COMPANIES PwC, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, AT Kearney, Accenture PLC, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, McKinsey & Company, Mercer, FTI Consulting, ITConnectUS, B2E Consulting, Mazars
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, etc.
REPORT COVER Total Revenue Forecast, Company Ranking & Market Share, Regional Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, Emerging Trends, Business Strategies, etc.
REGIONAL ANALYSIS North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
North America
Europe
China
Rest of Asia-Pacific
Central and South America
Middle East and Africa

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In conversation with Gaurav Davda, Manager – Corporate Finance and Strategic Initiatives, Jindal Worldwide Ltd https://openmrtd.org/in-conversation-with-gaurav-davda-manager-corporate-finance-and-strategic-initiatives-jindal-worldwide-ltd/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 10:58:20 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/in-conversation-with-gaurav-davda-manager-corporate-finance-and-strategic-initiatives-jindal-worldwide-ltd/ Having already made significant investments in improving denim production capacity and thus meeting the increased demand for this product, the growth of Jindal Worldwide Limited seems well assured, says Gaurav Davda, Head – Corporate Finance and Strategic Initiatives […]]]>















Having already made significant investments in improving denim production capacity and thus meeting the increased demand for this product, the growth of Jindal Worldwide Limited seems well assured, says Gaurav Davda, Head – Corporate Finance and Strategic Initiatives





Jindal Worldwide reported a huge 115% and 148% jump in consolidated net profit for Q4FY22 and FY22, respectively. What are the factors responsible for your strong performance?


Our performance for FY22 was the highest on record due to strong domestic and export demand as well as better execution across our product chain. Exports, which brought next to nothing a few years ago, now contribute about 25% of our revenue on the denim front. In both markets, we saw the realization per meter improve despite the cost inflation environment. In fact, we believe that FY23 will prove to be even better in terms of revenue and margins given the trend in overall activity that we have seen over the past 12 months.



With inflation driving up input costs, what cost rationalization measures are you putting in place to preserve margins?


Over the past two years, we have worked to improve our execution across the entire product value chain, whether it is denim or any other fabric. This is what we call our “premiumization” strategy. Today, the range of denim we offer our customers ranges from Rs 120 per meter to Rs 350 per meter over 600 SKUs, which is a huge range for any denim player. We were able to pass on most of the increased input costs to our customers. In fact, premiumization has helped us improve margins despite cost inflation. We believe that the rise in cotton prices that we have seen over the past 12-18 months is not likely to last and therefore we may see it stabilize or gradually decline, which would help us improve further our margins in the coming quarters.



What are your investment plans for FY23? How do you finance them?


Our investments are spread over the next three years. We have planned around Rs 300 crore capex split over two phases. The first phase which started in FY22-23 will be completed by the end of FY23. This is the expansion of our downstream spinning capacity. We currently have around 30% of the spinning capacity in-house while the rest is outsourced. After this expansion, we will have 55-60% of the spinning capacity in-house and the rest will be outsourced to ensure a healthy balance between the two. In the second phase, we will increase our denim capacity from 140 million meters per year to 160 million meters per year. Funding currently comes from internal accruals and support from our lenders.



What are your debt reduction plans?


We have reduced our debt by nearly Rs 300 crore over the past three years. Currently, our long-term debt is only around Rs 110 crore. Due to debt repayment, we have a comfortable DE ratio of just over 1 and healthy debt and EBITDA of 2.5. Since we are in capex, this year we are not looking to reduce the debt.



What are your main growth triggers?


The denim industry has undergone a significant change in the demand scenario since the outbreak of the pandemic and this is evident from the new demand coming from office workers who are now embracing denim as a key wardrobe item thanks to a hybrid work culture. The pandemic has also resulted in an approach to fast fashion among Gen X and Millennials. Gen Z has again been the key target group for denim. With people’s wardrobe changing rapidly after the pandemic, the demand for denim domestically and globally has seen a paradigm shift. Jindal Worldwide, on the other hand, had already invested heavily in the 2016-18 period, which allowed us to better capitalize on this demand. Thanks to operational efficiency, we have also been able to improve our margins. Quantitatively, with the investments in our spinning capacities, we expect significant cost savings and this will increase our margins. Higher realizations per meter due to exports and premiumization will continue to drive our revenue growth.



What is your earnings outlook for the coming quarters?


We expect FY23 to be a better year for the group as our premiumization strategy pays off through increased product mix. We are aiming to achieve mid-teen EBITDA margins over the next two years and we are pleased to share that we are heading in that direction, which is clear from the FY22 numbers. Despite the headwinds and the cost inflation environment, our margin and revenue increased. With the start-up of downstream spinning capacity from the third quarter of FY23 and the price of cotton expected to stabilize, we expect to achieve a double-digit margin in this fiscal year itself. On the revenue side, we expect to maintain the growth that has been evident over the past few years.





























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FTI Consulting launches the Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Italy with four … | New https://openmrtd.org/fti-consulting-launches-the-corporate-finance-restructuring-segment-in-italy-with-four-new/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 08:02:26 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/fti-consulting-launches-the-corporate-finance-restructuring-segment-in-italy-with-four-new/ MILAN, Italy, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced the launch of the company’s Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Milan with the appointment of four senior transformational executives and corporate restructuring, continue its growth in continental Europe and ensure a permanent presence in Italy. New appointments include Francesco […]]]>

MILAN, Italy, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced the launch of the company’s Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Milan with the appointment of four senior transformational executives and corporate restructuring, continue its growth in continental Europe and ensure a permanent presence in Italy.

New appointments include Francesco Leonwho will lead the Italian Corporate Finance & Restructuring activity of FTI Consulting, Claudia Lotti, Barbara Biassoni and Raffaele Fiorella.

FTI Consulting is a global business consulting firm listed on the New York Stock Exchange, providing clients with multidisciplinary solutions to complex challenges and opportunities. The Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment advises on many of the world’s most complex restructurings, turnarounds, transformations and transactions, helping companies and their stakeholders address key financial, operational and transactional challenges.

The launch in Italy follows FTI Consulting’s expansion of its Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”) into the Netherlands with the acquisition of BOLD in February 2022 and the appointment of four professionals in March 2022, as well as its expansion in France in May 2022.

“Barbara, Claudia, Francesco and Raffaele have worked on some of the most complex and high-profile transformation, financing and restructuring situations in Italy,” said Kevin Hewitt, President EMEA at FTI Consulting. “We are very pleased that they have joined FTI Consulting and are excited about the opportunity for our Corporate Finance & Restructuring business in Italy and its contribution to our broader growth strategy in EMEA.”

Diederick van der Plas, Senior Managing Director and Head of Corporate Finance & Restructuring at FTI Consulting for the EMEA region, added: “I am delighted to welcome our new appointments to our growing Corporate Finance & Restructuring practice in the EMEA region, in a period of transformational growth for the business as we continue to expand across continental Europe. Barbara, Claudia, Francesco and Raffaele bring exceptional expertise and networks, and we look forward to further developing our business and advising our clients on their most complex challenges.

Ms. Biassoni, Senior Advisor, has over 25 years of experience in financial turnaround advice, with strong expertise in financial restructuring processes, including insolvency. She has worked on financial operations projects, including providing services in mergers and acquisitions, business valuations, fairness opinions and impairment tests, corporate planning, crisis management and cash management. She has particular experience in the energy and utilities, hospitality, telecommunications and media, and transportation sectors. Previously, Ms. Biassoni was a partner at the consulting firm Erre Quadro, before working as a lawyer in a global business consulting firm.

Ms. Lotti, Senior Managing Director, has over 20 years of experience leading operational improvement projects and crisis recovery plans, as well as optimizing clients’ financial operations. She has extensive experience in advisory and transition management roles and has worked with corporate clients and private equity firms active in a variety of industries including retail and consumer goods, fashion and luxury. , automotive and industrial goods. Ms. Lotti’s previous roles have included senior positions at global business consulting firms, most recently as a partner in the Boston Consulting Group.

Mr. Leone, Senior Managing Director, has over 25 years of experience leading business transformation and operational restructuring projects for corporate and financial clients, including in interim management roles, and owns particular expertise in retail and consumer products, fashion and luxury, yacht and shipbuilding, industrial goods and healthcare. He has also held executive and interim management positions, including as Chief Transformation Officer. Mr. Leone joins FTI Consulting from the Boston Consulting Group, where he led the turnaround and transformation practice in Italy, Greece, Turkey and Israel.

Mr. Fiorella, Senior Advisor, has over 25 years of experience in advisory and transition management roles, including that of Director of Restructuring in a number of consolidation, restructuring or liquidation processes. His experience includes cost rationalization, business plan design and implementation, and cash management in a variety of industries including construction, gaming and leisure, as well as airlines and aviation. Mr. Fiorella is a chartered accountant, auditor and expert witness before the Court of Milan, working on certifications of plans under bankruptcy law, mergers and acquisitions, business valuations and certificates of equity. Mr. Fiorella was previously a partner at consulting firm Erre Quadro and an advisor to a global business consulting firm.

About FTI Consulting

FTI Consulting, Inc. is a global business consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations manage change, mitigate risk and resolve conflict: financial, legal, operational, policy and regulatory, reputational and transactional. With more than 6,900 employees in 30 countries, FTI Consulting professionals work closely with clients to anticipate, illuminate and overcome complex business challenges and make the most of opportunities. The company generated $2.78 billion in revenue in fiscal year 2021. In some jurisdictions, FTI Consulting services are provided through separate legal entities that are separately capitalized and independently managed. For more information, visit www.fticonsulting.com and join us on Twitter (@FTIConsulting), Facebook and LinkedIn.

FTI Consulting, Inc.

200 Aldersgate

Aldersgate Street

London EC1A 4HD

UK

Investor Contact: Mollie Hawkes +1.617.747.1791 mollie.hawkes@fticonsulting.com Media Contact: Matthew Bashalany +1.617.897.1545 matthew.bashalany@fticonsulting.com

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FTI Consulting launches the Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Italy with four … | Your money https://openmrtd.org/fti-consulting-launches-the-corporate-finance-restructuring-segment-in-italy-with-four-your-money/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 08:00:29 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/fti-consulting-launches-the-corporate-finance-restructuring-segment-in-italy-with-four-your-money/ MILAN, Italy, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced the launch of the company’s Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Milan with the appointment of four senior transformational executives and corporate restructuring, continue its growth in continental Europe and ensure a permanent presence in Italy. New appointments include Francesco […]]]>

MILAN, Italy, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced the launch of the company’s Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Milan with the appointment of four senior transformational executives and corporate restructuring, continue its growth in continental Europe and ensure a permanent presence in Italy.

New appointments include Francesco Leonwho will lead the Italian Corporate Finance & Restructuring activity of FTI Consulting, Claudia Lotti, Barbara Biassoni and Raffaele Fiorella.

FTI Consulting is a global business consulting firm listed on the New York Stock Exchange, providing clients with multidisciplinary solutions to complex challenges and opportunities. The Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment advises on many of the world’s most complex restructurings, turnarounds, transformations and transactions, helping companies and their stakeholders address key financial, operational and transactional challenges.

The launch in Italy follows FTI Consulting’s expansion of its Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”) into the Netherlands with the acquisition of BOLD in February 2022 and the appointment of four professionals in March 2022, as well as its expansion in France in May 2022.

“Barbara, Claudia, Francesco and Raffaele have worked on some of the most complex and high-profile transformation, financing and restructuring situations in Italy,” said Kevin Hewitt, President EMEA at FTI Consulting. “We are very pleased that they have joined FTI Consulting and are excited about the opportunity for our Corporate Finance & Restructuring business in Italy and its contribution to our broader growth strategy in EMEA.”

Diederick van der Plas, Senior Managing Director and Head of Corporate Finance & Restructuring at FTI Consulting for the EMEA region, added: “I am delighted to welcome our new appointments to our growing Corporate Finance & Restructuring practice in the EMEA region, in a period of transformational growth for the business as we continue to expand across continental Europe. Barbara, Claudia, Francesco and Raffaele bring exceptional expertise and networks, and we look forward to further developing our business and advising our clients on their most complex challenges.

Ms. Biassoni, Senior Advisor, has over 25 years of experience in financial turnaround advice, with strong expertise in financial restructuring processes, including insolvency. She has worked on financial operations projects, including providing services in mergers and acquisitions, business valuations, fairness opinions and impairment tests, corporate planning, crisis management and cash management. She has particular experience in the energy and utilities, hospitality, telecommunications and media, and transportation sectors. Previously, Ms. Biassoni was a partner at the consulting firm Erre Quadro, before working as a lawyer in a global business consulting firm.

Ms. Lotti, Senior Managing Director, has over 20 years of experience leading operational improvement projects and crisis recovery plans, as well as optimizing clients’ financial operations. She has extensive experience in advisory and transition management roles and has worked with corporate clients and private equity firms active in a variety of industries including retail and consumer goods, fashion and luxury. , automotive and industrial goods. Ms. Lotti’s previous roles have included senior positions at global business consulting firms, most recently as a partner in the Boston Consulting Group.

Mr. Leone, Senior Managing Director, has over 25 years of experience leading business transformation and operational restructuring projects for corporate and financial clients, including in interim management roles, and owns particular expertise in retail and consumer products, fashion and luxury, yacht and shipbuilding, industrial goods and healthcare. He has also held executive and interim management positions, including as Chief Transformation Officer. Mr. Leone joins FTI Consulting from the Boston Consulting Group, where he led the turnaround and transformation practice in Italy, Greece, Turkey and Israel.

Mr. Fiorella, Senior Advisor, has over 25 years of experience in advisory and transition management roles, including that of Director of Restructuring in a number of consolidation, restructuring or liquidation processes. His experience includes cost rationalization, business plan design and implementation, and cash management in a variety of industries including construction, gaming and leisure, as well as airlines and aviation. Mr. Fiorella is a chartered accountant, auditor and expert witness before the Court of Milan, working on certifications of plans under bankruptcy law, mergers and acquisitions, business valuations and certificates of equity. Mr. Fiorella was previously a partner at consulting firm Erre Quadro and an advisor to a global business consulting firm.

About FTI Consulting FTI Consulting, Inc. is a global business consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations manage change, mitigate risk and resolve disputes: financial, legal, operational, policy and regulatory, reputational and transactional. With more than 6,900 employees in 30 countries, FTI Consulting professionals work closely with clients to anticipate, illuminate and overcome complex business challenges and make the most of opportunities. The company generated $2.78 billion in revenue in fiscal year 2021. In some jurisdictions, FTI Consulting services are provided through separate legal entities that are separately capitalized and independently managed. For more information, visit www.fticonsulting.com and join us on Twitter (@FTIConsulting), Facebook and LinkedIn.

FTI Consulting, Inc. 200 Aldersgate Aldersgate Street London EC1A 4HD United Kingdom

Investor Contact: Mollie Hawkes +1.617.747.1791 mollie.hawkes@fticonsulting.com Media Contact: Matthew Bashalany +1.617.897.1545 matthew.bashalany@fticonsulting.com

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FTI Consulting launches Corporate Finance & Restructuring https://openmrtd.org/fti-consulting-launches-corporate-finance-restructuring/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/fti-consulting-launches-corporate-finance-restructuring/ MILAN, Italy, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced the launch of the company’s Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Milan with the appointment of four senior transformational executives and corporate restructuring, continue its growth in continental Europe and ensure a permanent presence in Italy. New appointments include Francesco […]]]>

MILAN, Italy, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced the launch of the company’s Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment in Milan with the appointment of four senior transformational executives and corporate restructuring, continue its growth in continental Europe and ensure a permanent presence in Italy.

New appointments include Francesco Leone, who will lead FTI Consulting’s Italian Corporate Finance & Restructuring business, Claudia Lotti, Barbara Biassoni and Raffaele Fiorella.

FTI Consulting is a global business consulting firm listed on the New York Stock Exchange, providing clients with multidisciplinary solutions to complex challenges and opportunities. The Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment advises on many of the world’s most complex restructurings, turnarounds, transformations and transactions, helping companies and their stakeholders address key financial, operational and transactional challenges.

The launch in Italy follows FTI Consulting’s expansion of its Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment into Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”) in the Netherlands with the acquisition of BOLD in February 2022 and the appointment of four professionals in March 2022, as well as its expansion into France in May 2022.

“Barbara, Claudia, Francesco and Raffaele have worked on some of the most complex and high-profile transformation, financing and restructuring situations in Italy,” said Kevin Hewitt, President EMEA at FTI Consulting. “We are very pleased that they have joined FTI Consulting and are excited about the opportunity for our Corporate Finance & Restructuring business in Italy and its contribution to our broader growth strategy in EMEA.”

Diederick van der Plas, Senior Managing Director and EMEA Head of Corporate Finance and Restructuring at FTI Consulting, added: “I am delighted to welcome our new appointments to our growing firm Corporate Finance and restructuring in EMEA, at a time of transformational growth for the business as we continue to expand in continental Europe. Barbara, Claudia, Francesco and Raffaele bring exceptional expertise and networks, and we look forward to further developing our business and advising our clients on their most complex challenges.

Ms. Biassoni, Senior Advisor, has over 25 years of experience in financial turnaround advice, with strong expertise in financial restructuring processes, including insolvency. She has worked on financial operations projects, including providing services in mergers and acquisitions, business valuations, fairness opinions and impairment tests, corporate planning, crisis management and cash management. She has particular experience in the energy and utilities, hospitality, telecommunications and media, and transportation sectors. Previously, Ms. Biassoni was a partner at the consulting firm Erre Quadro, before working as a lawyer in a global business consulting firm.

Ms. Lotti, Senior Managing Director, has over 20 years of experience leading operational improvement projects and crisis recovery plans, as well as optimizing clients’ financial operations. She has extensive experience in advisory and transition management roles and has worked with corporate clients and private equity firms active in a variety of industries including retail and consumer goods, fashion and luxury. , automotive and industrial goods. Ms. Lotti’s previous roles have included senior positions at global business consulting firms, most recently as a partner in the Boston Consulting Group.

Mr. Leone, Senior Managing Director, has over 25 years of experience leading business transformation and operational restructuring projects for corporate and financial clients, including in interim management roles, and owns particular expertise in retail and consumer products, fashion and luxury, yacht and shipbuilding, industrial goods and healthcare. He has also held executive and interim management positions, including as Chief Transformation Officer. Mr. Leone joins FTI Consulting from the Boston Consulting Group, where he led the turnaround and transformation practice in Italy, Greece, Turkey and Israel.

Mr. Fiorella, Senior Advisor, has over 25 years of experience in advisory and transition management roles, including that of Director of Restructuring in a number of consolidation, restructuring or liquidation processes. His experience includes cost rationalization, business plan design and implementation, and cash management in a variety of industries including construction, gaming and leisure, as well as airlines and aviation. Mr. Fiorella is a chartered accountant, auditor and expert witness before the Court of Milan, working on certifications of plans under bankruptcy law, mergers and acquisitions, business valuations and certificates of equity. Mr. Fiorella was previously a partner at consulting firm Erre Quadro and an advisor to a global business consulting firm.

About FTI Consulting
FTI Consulting, Inc. is a global business consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations manage change, mitigate risk and resolve conflict: financial, legal, operational, policy and regulatory, reputational and transactional. With more than 6,900 employees in 30 countries, FTI Consulting professionals work closely with clients to anticipate, illuminate and overcome complex business challenges and make the most of opportunities. The company generated $2.78 billion in revenue in fiscal year 2021. In some jurisdictions, FTI Consulting services are provided through separate legal entities that are separately capitalized and independently managed. For more information, visit www.fticonsulting.com and connect with us on Twitter (@FTIConsulting), Facebook and LinkedIn.

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Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Market Statistical Forecast, Business Analysis 2022 – PwC, KPMG, AT Kearney, Bain & Company, Ernst & Young, Boston Consulting Group, Mercer, Deloitte, Accenture PLC, McKinsey & Company, FTI Consulting, Mazars, ITConnectUS, B2E Consulting – Indian Defense News https://openmrtd.org/corporate-finance-transformation-consulting-market-statistical-forecast-business-analysis-2022-pwc-kpmg-at-kearney-bain-company-ernst-young-boston-consulting-group-mercer-deloitt-2/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 01:00:01 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/corporate-finance-transformation-consulting-market-statistical-forecast-business-analysis-2022-pwc-kpmg-at-kearney-bain-company-ernst-young-boston-consulting-group-mercer-deloitt-2/ The report gives an abstract and quantitative examination of the Global Consulting in corporate finance transformation The review draws on the Corporate Finance Transformation Advisory Division which focuses on monetary and non-monetary factors impacting the improvement of Corporate Finance Transformation Advisory. The report joins a real scene that concludes the market position in the […]]]>

The report gives an abstract and quantitative examination of the Global Consulting in corporate finance transformation The review draws on the Corporate Finance Transformation Advisory Division which focuses on monetary and non-monetary factors impacting the improvement of Corporate Finance Transformation Advisory. The report joins a real scene that concludes the market position in the focal parts, including new aids offered, things shipments, business associations, combinations, and acquisitions in the past five years.

Companies operating in Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting
PwC, KPMG, AT Kearney, Bain & Company, Ernst & Young, Boston Consulting Group, Mercer, Deloitte, Accenture PLC, McKinsey & Company, FTI Consulting, Mazars, ITConnectUS, B2E Consulting

The report highlights emerging examples, with key drivers, risks and likely entry points into corporate finance transformation consulting. The crucial creators across the globe in the Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting world are organized in the report. Considering these elements introduced in corporate finance transformation consulting, corporate finance transformation consulting globally is categorized into different segments. The party dominated corporate finance transformation consulting and held the largest share of corporate finance transformation consulting globally in 2020, and continues to rule the market in 2021 are positive in the report .

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Considering the usage, corporate finance transformation consulting in the world is organized into different application sections. The application section that is counted on to lead the piece of the corporate finance transformation consulting pie in the coming years is highlighted and thoughtful in the report. The indispensable components for advancement in this application segment are explained in the report. The areas that addressed the largest portion of worldwide compensation consulting in corporate finance transformation in 2022 are considered in the report. In addition, we count on him to continue to take the advantage over his opponents in the time frame considered and taken into account in the report. The ground establishment and innumerable ship monitoring system software associations in these regions are arranged in the report.

By Product Type, the market is primarily split into:
Consulting in strategic financial model, Consulting in shared financial model, Financial consulting in Lean business management.

By end users/application, this report covers the following segments:
BFSI, Healthcare, IT & Telecom, Manufacturing, Retail, Chemical, Energy & Utilities, Food & Beverage, Other

Report elements:
• New game plans and engagements that market players can dream up are similarly discussed in the report.
• Possible entry points for corporate pioneers and the effect of the coronavirus pandemic are associated with corporate finance transformation consulting worldwide.
• New things and organizations that are thriving in this rapidly advancing Global Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Monetary environment are discussed in the report.
• The report explains how certain advancement items, market frameworks, or game plans could help highlight players.
• Paid open entries and growing new game plans are discussed in the report.
• The indisputable characteristics of each part and the open entries of the market are explained in the report.
• Powers during the pandemic are invoked to accelerate the pace of assumptions around the world. Corporate finance transformation guidance is point by point in the report.
• The report makes proposals on the way forward in Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting worldwide.

Contents
1.1 Scope of the study
1.2 Key Market Segments
1.3 Players Covered: Ranking by Vessel Monitoring System Software Revenue
1.4 Market Analysis by Type
1.4.1 Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Size Growth Rate by Type: 2020 VS 2028
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Corporate Finance Transformation Consulting Share by Application: 2020 VS 2028
1.6 Objectives of the study
1.7 years considered
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“This sale was necessary,” says Ajay Srivastava of Dimensions Corporate Finance Services https://openmrtd.org/this-sale-was-necessary-says-ajay-srivastava-of-dimensions-corporate-finance-services/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 10:03:03 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/this-sale-was-necessary-says-ajay-srivastava-of-dimensions-corporate-finance-services/ Photo: iStock Mumbai: Market sell-off continues amid weak macros and negative global indices. In fact, the benchmark Nifty 50 index broke through 15,700 levels for the first time since March 8, 2022. Broader indices also slipped, with all sector indices trading with a negative bias. ET Now spoke to market veteran Ajay Srivastava, CEO of […]]]>

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Mumbai: Market sell-off continues amid weak macros and negative global indices. In fact, the benchmark Nifty 50 index broke through 15,700 levels for the first time since March 8, 2022. Broader indices also slipped, with all sector indices trading with a negative bias. ET Now spoke to market veteran Ajay Srivastava, CEO of Dimensions Corporate Finance Services, about how to navigate this market chaos and volatility. He says: “This sell off was necessary as the Indian market continued to be overly bullish.” According to him, we are now moving towards a situation where we can visualize the bottom.

He believes it is not a good idea to sell now but actually a good opportunity to buy as some sectors have been oversold. He expects the commodities sector to be a winner when the recovery occurs. According to him, the banks offer the best opportunity. Moreover, he calls banks “qualified loot” and foresees a lucrative mega opportunity at this point. However, in his view, small banks are in big trouble given the intense competition in the industry. However, these small banks are only candidates for investment from an M&A point of view and not from a fundamental point of view. He says fundamentally smaller players have no reason to survive.

Market volatility persists, with India’s VIX jumping more than 15% in today’s trading session. While the fall in markets has been supported by buying from domestic investors, the biggest risk to markets right now is the exit of domestic investors, which could be possible if FD rates rise to 8 -9%, which could be a possibility given the growing interest. rate environment in which we currently find ourselves. In summary, Srivastava thinks now is a good time to buy, but one should be aware of near-term uncertainties.

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Banking in Australia and New Zealand: ANZ appoints key Corporate Finance & Markets leaders https://openmrtd.org/banking-in-australia-and-new-zealand-anz-appoints-key-corporate-finance-markets-leaders/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 00:12:11 +0000 https://openmrtd.org/banking-in-australia-and-new-zealand-anz-appoints-key-corporate-finance-markets-leaders/ Stuart Smith joined the Markets activity as Head of Commodities, based in Singapore and reporting to Anshul Sidher, Head of Trading and Markets Asia. Mr. Smith joins ANZ from Citibank where he was responsible for APAC Commodities. Previously, he held senior roles including Global Head of Commodity Structuring for Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Head of […]]]>

Stuart Smith joined the Markets activity as Head of Commodities, based in Singapore and reporting to Anshul Sidher, Head of Trading and Markets Asia.

Mr. Smith joins ANZ from Citibank where he was responsible for APAC Commodities. Previously, he held senior roles including Global Head of Commodity Structuring for Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Head of Commodity Structuring and Sales for Deutsche Bank Asia and led the trading of LNG at Goldman Sachs.

In his new role, Mr Smith will manage ANZ’s commodities sales and trading across five markets, covering various asset classes including energy, agricultural commodities, precious metals and carbon.

ANZ Managing Director, Markets, Shayne Collins, said: “Stuart brings an impressive background in building businesses and a unique experience in sales and risk management. The Commodities business is an important pillar of the Bank’s environmental sustainability strategy and its unique understanding of energy positions our team exceptionally well.”

In addition, Andreas Kodell has been appointed ANZ’s first Head of Environmental Markets, reporting jointly to ANZ Managing Director, Corporate Finance, Christina Tonkin and Shayne Collins.

Mr Kodell joined ANZ last year as an ESG advisor from KEAL Capital, now part of Melqart, where he was a partner. He has nearly three decades of investment banking and fund experience, including senior roles in finance, risk and markets at global companies such as Merrill Lynch, Bear Stearns and Deutsche Bank. He also helped found the Cyclades Preservation Fund in Greece and the Devon Environment Foundation in the UK as a founding member.

In his new role, Mr. Kodell will work closely with Katharine Tapley, Head of Sustainable Finance at ANZ, and the markets team, including Mr. Smith, to continue to develop the Bank’s environmental markets offering. .

Ms. Tonkin said, “As the region’s leading sustainability bank, our priority is to help our clients seize the opportunities that will help them achieve their net zero goals. This is an important new role that brings together our existing strengths in this area, while also leveraging them for the future.”

ANZ’s institutional business was recently awarded Best Bank for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Sustainable Finance in the Australian Corporate Treasury Association (ACTA) annual awards, based on the major study of corporate banking relationships conducted by Peter Lee Associates.

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