FD Forges Alliance with Gephardt's Consulting Firm
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FD Forges Alliance with Gephardt's Consulting Firm

Former Democratic Majority leader Dick Gephardt will become a consultant for and advisor to Financial Dynamics through an exclusive agreement with his firm, Gephardt & Associates. He will also join FD’s international advisory board.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Former Democratic Majority leader Dick Gephardt will become a consultant for and advisor to Financial Dynamics through an exclusive agreement with his firm, Gephardt & Associates. He will also join FD’s international advisory board. Gephardt & Associates was founded in 2005 to provide strategic business consulting, public policy development, capital acquisition and labor relations advice. According to FD, the resolution of issues in these areas, and the strategic communication of those resolutions to a broad range of constituencies including analysts, shareholders, the media, regulatory authorities, ratings agencies and customers, will benefit the firm’s clients around the world. “The perspective that Representative Gephardt brings as a result of his extensive experience and deep relationships throughout the U.S. and around the globe provides FD clients with a unique resource through which to analyze their businesses, issues and strategies and then communicate them to the marketplace,” says Declan Kelly, CEO of FD in the U.S. “We are excited about our new partnership with Dick Gephardt and are fortunate to be working with such an esteemed business and political thinker who has advised leading corporations and organizations on their commercial, regulatory and legislative issues. This relationship opens new doors for FD and continues our commitment to provide our clients with the best intellectual capital to support their critical business communications needs.” Gephardt, who served as either Democratic Majority or Minority Leader in the U.S. House of Representatives for nearly 14 years, retired from Congress in January 2005 after serving Missouri’s third Congressional district for 28 years.
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