Consultant-Economic Consulting-Energy EAS

FTI Consulting, Inc. - Boston, MA3.7

30+ days ago
About FTI Consulting

FTI Consulting, Inc. is a global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organizations manage change, mitigate risk and resolve disputes: financial, legal, operational, political & regulatory, reputational and transactional. With more than 4,600 employees located in 28 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 $1.81 billion in revenues during fiscal year 2017. For more information, visit and connect with us on Twitter (@FTIConsulting) , Facebook and LinkedIn .

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About Economic Consulting:
FTI Consulting provides law firms, corporations and government agencies with sophisticated and comprehensible analyses of complex economic issues to assist them in understanding the issues and opportunities they face. Our Economic Consulting practice is involved in a wide range of engagements related to economics, finance and accounting. We provide critical insight and expert testimony in legal and regulatory proceedings, strategic decision making and public policy debates. We also have deep expertise in antitrust issues, mergers and acquisitions, securities litigation and risk management, valuation and international arbitration. We have extensive industry experience in energy, electric power, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, telecommunications, media and entertainment, transportation, financial services, transfer pricing, and intellectual property.

About the Regulated Industries team:
Within the Economic and Financial Consulting practice, our Regulated Industries team is a leading adviser to regulated businesses, economic regulators, law firms and investors in the US, UK, Europe and internationally. We have been involved in a wide range of engagements drawing on our economics, finance, econometrics and accounting expertise. We provide critical insight and expert reports in the context of periodic regulatory reviews, strategic decision-making, public policy debates, M&A transactions and competition cases. Some of the types of issues our Regulated Industries team provide advice on include:

Financial modelling and valuation of energy assets;

Regulatory and M&A due diligence;

Cost of capital and capital structure assessments;

Regulatory accounting and cost of service reporting;

Utility cost efficiency analysis;

Regulatory disputes;

Design of price controls and regulatory framework;

Regulatory and commercial strategy;

Economic impact assessments and cost benefit analyses;

Regulatory disputes;

Competition assessments and compliance;

Anti-trust approvals and appeals; and

Access pricing, charging arrangements and tariff design.

We primarily work in the energy space, encompassing the entire energy value chain and across all energy sources but we also have expertise across other utility industries.

About the Opportunity:
Consultants are centrally involved in analysis and the preparation of formal written reports and presentations. They are expected to be able to take responsibility for research and other gathering of information, managing and carrying out quantitative, industry and market analysis and report their findings in a clear, concise and structured way, both internally and to clients. Senior Consultants may be responsible for managing the output of more junior colleagues and liaising with clients as necessary. Suitable candidates will be problem-solvers who enjoy developing and applying bespoke approaches to solve complex, unstructured problems in a logical manner. Candidates will have strong analytical skills and be able to explain their work and communicate their conclusions and findings clearly, both orally and in writing. The ideal candidate will have both an eye for the big picture, and for detail.

Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in economics, finance, math, statistics or another relevant discipline from a college or university;

Master's Degree in a quantitative discipline preferred but not required.

Preferred Qualifications:
Relevant experience in electric or gas utility regulation at a state/federal regulatory body, or an electric/gas utility or at another consultancy preferred;

Electric or gas utility regulation experience preferred;

Solid understanding of the principles of regulatory economics and/or regulatory finance;

Solid practical experience specializing in regulation in the electric and/or gas utility sector;

Accomplished at obtaining, manipulating and analyzing information;

Effective in communicating orally and in writing, including experience writing formal reports and presentations;

Strong project management skills and experience in managing people and individual work streams;

Proficient in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Knowledge of other relevant analytical software is also desirable;

Ability to efficiently organize and conduct research; and

Familiarity with sources and tools such as: Bloomberg, the Markets/Capital IQ; Thomson Reuters.