Retail leasing is fraught with conflict. On one hand, landlords desire certainty of income and to maximise the value of their investment. On the other, tenants commonly want to minimise their overheads and ensure their rent reflects the performance of the store.
Insolvency Insights: Business transformation strategies continue to bring about the decline of insolvencies for 2017
Passing of safe harbour legislation could result in a further fall in insolvencies
E-Commerce Sector Inquiry
Arne Koeppel illustrates the potential barriers to competition in the sector in this infographic
Politics and Sport
Sport and politics have often become inextricably linked.
When the Walk Free Foundation wanted to arrange a high impact worldwide media launch for its new Global Freedom Network initiative, they turned to FTI Consulting’s Strategic Communications experts.
We helped the Dubai investment company Meraas to successfully float a major leisure and entertainment business on the Dubai Financial Market.
The FMCG industry in Africa
We examine the various issues facing the FMCG sector in Africa, and the opportunities that exist for potential investors should these risks be mitigated.
A Fresh Start for FIFA?
Andrew Durant considers the steps FIFA needs to take if it is to regain trust, confidence and credibility among all its stakeholders.
Retailers and Their Suppliers: Tough tactics in the spotlight
FTI Consulting research showed that retailers are increasingly squeezing suppliers in contractual negotiations
Investigations Own Goal
Andrew Durant notes that the eruption of new chaos at FIFA offers some important lessons about what went wrong in this case, and what best practice might look like.