Gorkana Insight & Analysis Team
The president of FTI's Global Strategic Communications Practice, Geoffrey Pelham-Lane, is set to leave the firm after twelve years.
He will leave on 27 July having held a number of senior roles in the Strategic Communications business, which employs over 650 people across 24 countries.
Geoffrey led the expansion of the UK's Financial Services sector, followed in 2007 with his appointment as chief executive officer of the UK office. In January 2011, he was appointed as president of the Global Strategic Communications practice, becoming a member of the company’s executive committee, and working closely with Edward Reilly, chief executive officer of the practice.
"I would like to thank Geoffrey for his contribution to the firm and the growth of the Strategic Communications practice, in particular," explained Jack Dunn, president and chief executive officer FTI Consulting. "I wish him well for the future.”