LONDON, Oct. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN), the global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organisations protect and enhance their enterprise value, today announced the appointment of Christine Moran as a Managing Director in the company's Financial Services Governance, Risk and Regulation practice. Ms. Moran will be based in London. Ms. Moran has more than 16 years of experience advising wholesale and retail financial services clients on compliance and regulatory risk arrangements. Ms. Moran's has experience in senior industry and consulting roles including overseeing enforcement actions at The Financial Services Authority (FSA). "Christine's appointment will enhance our already strong offering in litigation, risk management and regulatory consulting. The financial services industry is undergoing an enormous amount of change. This transition is creating opportunities with financial institutions as the industry continues to face serious challenges resulting from increased capital requirements, heightened transparency, litigation and regulatory intervention and regulatory concerns. Each of these challenges should drive continued consumption of our services and Christine is a valuable addition to our team. In her role, Christine will support our clients as they navigate the challenges created by regulatory change and increased enforcement action," said Jeannette Lichner, Senior Managing Director and Head of the Financial Services Governance, Risk and Regulation practice in London. Ms. Moran's career has included responsibility for UK and international Compliance and Financial Crime arrangements in firms such as Investec Bank PLC, Collins Stewart Hawkpoint PLC and Legal & General Group. Previously Ms. Moran was Group Head of Compliance (including responsibility for Financial Crime) at Collins Stewart Hawkpoint PLC. More recently, she led a team responsible for managing emerging regulatory risk at Legal & General Group. In 2011, Thomson Reuters Accelus Annual Compliance Awards recognised Ms. Moran as the Money Laundering Reporting Officer of the Year.