FTI Consulting Expands Technology Segment in Japan with Two Hires
Tokyo, March 12, 2020 — FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced the appointment of Suguru Yoshida and Daisuke Nakajima within the firm’s Technology segment, extending its capabilities in e-discovery, digital forensics and information governance in Japan. Mr. Yoshida and Mr. Nakajima both will be based in Tokyo.
Mr. Yoshida joins as a Senior Director and will lead FTI Technology in Japan, bringing more than 12 years of experience in digital forensics and e-discovery. Mr. Nakajima joins as a Director of Business Development, with deep background assisting law firms and Japanese companies with complex cross-border disputes and investigations.
“Japanese companies are increasingly finding themselves facing complex e-discovery and information governance issues, particularly for companies that conduct business in the U.S. or Europe and are the subject of regulatory oversight,” said Veeral Gosalia, a Senior Managing Director and Asia Pacific Lead for FTI Technology. “Suguru and Daisuke bring an in-depth knowledge of technology-assisted document review and analytics that helps clients develop efficient workflows to meet tight deadlines in the most cost-effective manner.”
Mr. Yoshida assists Japanese companies with responding to e-discovery requests in international litigation and regulatory investigations, as well as in internal compliance investigations. He also has provided information governance consulting services to global companies based in Japan to help them resolve governance issues by using advanced data classification technologies and accelerating cloud platform adoptions, along with other tailored solutions.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Yoshida was a Director at a global e-discovery service provider and a Manager within the forensic technology practice of a Big Four firm.
Mr. Nakajima has more than 12 years of experience in e-discovery, including Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations, International Trade Commission disputes, arbitration and patent infringement litigation. Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Nakajima worked for a global e-discovery service provider in Japan.