FTI-Andersch is once again a 'Hidden Champion' of the consulting market.
FTI-Andersch is Germany's restructuring consultancy with the highest quality of consulting – ahead of McKinsey, Roland Berger and BCG. This is the result of this year's study 'Hidden Champions of the Consulting Market' by Professor Dietmar Fink of the Scientific Society for Management and Consulting (WGMB).
The verdict of the executives surveyed: 52 percent rated their competence in the area of restructuring as 'very high' (cf. McKinsey: 26 percent, Roland Berger: 25 percent, BCG: 17 percent).
For the second time in a row, FTI-Andersch has received this prestigious award, beating out 13 other restructuring consultants. In total, Professor Fink and his team shortlisted 33 consulting firms as 'Hidden Champions' this year. More than 1,000 executives from SMEs and corporate groups evaluated the quality of their consulting work.
Since 2003, this is the eighth benchmark measuring the quality of consulting firms operating in Germany. These cannot apply to take part in the survey, but are nominated and are only allowed to advance to the final round after intensive pre-selection.
"It is the excellent work of our team that once again distinguishes Professor Fink," says CEO Tammo Andersch. "We started nine years ago: Today, FTI-Andersch is part of the global FTI Consulting Group with more than 120 employees, through which we are represented in all relevant markets around the world. I would like to expressly thank everyone who helped to develop our startup into the strongest restructuring consultancy in Germany. And I thank our clients: For their trust, for our joint successes and the excellent marks they have given us."
Partners at eye level – at our clients' side in challenging situations
"Restructuring often means a very difficult framework, a tense situation and therefore high mental stress for all involved," says Tammo Andersch. "It is therefore all the more important to us that our consultants communicate transparently, purposefully and empathically with each other as well as with our clients, and that they live true team spirit. Only in this way can we succeed in jointly identifying new opportunities in challenging situations, developing viable prospects for the future and consistently implementing them.