FTI Consulting hires Fiona Holroyde in public affairs push

Global business advisory firm FTI Consulting has appointed Fiona Holroyde as managing director within its public affairs practice in London.

For the past year, Holyroyde has been advising Royal Mail Group on UK and EU policy issues, which included the European Commission’s consultation on the The Digital Single Market strategy.

Prior to this, Holroyde was the managing director and head of public affairs at MHP Communications, with responsibility for the day to day operation of the public affairs business.

Alex Deane, head of public affairs at FTI Consulting, said: “After eighteen months of great growth and success in UK Public Affairs it’s time to bring on an additional senior player to keep pace with growing demand for strategic counsel from our clients. Holroyde is a first class addition to our team, and we are delighted to welcome her.”

Holroyde has also held senior roles at FD, Bell Pottinger and Brunswick where she has worked with a number of high profile businesses and organisations including Ineos, BrightHouse, Ofcom, British Airways and McDonald’s.

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