Selected Past and Present Clients and Subscribers
Success is the ultimate measure of our performance. The quality of our clients and their stability attest to that success.
American Bankers Association
Arch U.S. MI Services, Inc.
Bank of America
Bank of England
Bank of Japan
Bank of Montreal
Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
Bank Policy Institute
BlueMountain Capital Management LLC
Dart Management Limited
Essent US Holdings, Inc.
Ernst & Young
Faegre Baker and Daniels LLP
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Housing Finance Agency
Financial Guaranty Insurance Company
Financial Services Authority
Financial Services Forum
Greenberg Traurig LLP
JP Morgan Chase & Company
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
Mortgage Bankers Association
National Organization of Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
Paulson & Co., Inc.
Ranieri Partners LLC
Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association
SNR Denton US LLP
State Street Corporation
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Ltd
The Clearing House Association LLC
Treliant Risk Advisors
White & Case LLP
Measuring Our Performance
Federal Financial Analytics’ code of conduct mandates strict client confidentiality. Our published client list includes only those that allow us to mention their names, and we never describe specific projects. We can, however, point to some measures of performance:
The average tenure for current information services clients is 9 years. Even as the industry consolidates, clients continue to find our information services retainer so valuable that it remains a continuing resource for senior management.
Our clients have prevailed in every M&A transaction that we have advised. Particularly in hostile bids, astute knowledge of key legislative and regulatory factors was essential. Others were first-of-their-kind deals, with increased political risk. All were done, however, as determined by the client’s CEO at the start.
Lawmakers and regulators at home and abroad rely on us for advice. They are so confident in our objectivity and discretion that they ask us to anticipate the impact of major decisions even when they know our clients may be dramatically affected by what they do. Clients similarly have confidence that our advice is based on our best judgment of what’s good for them, not what’s in it for us in terms of additional fees.
Federal Financial Analytics’ revenue continues to increase dramatically every year, based on continued growth in both information and consulting services.