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Information & Knowledge


Driving performance

International Communication


Effective Cross Cultural Engagement

Driving Global Trade


Helping commerce happen

Making connections


Driving activity

Welcome to Fortis Consulting London. Capable, agile, connected & performance focused.

About Us

Business Performance

Partnering with our clients we drive the performance of the organisation and its people.


Bringing together compatible companies and organisations; UK and cross-border.

UK Market Entry

Helping companies enter the UK market successfully, saving time, energy and resources.

Partner Network

Our partner companies are able to offer a wide range of services to companies and individuals.

Expert Briefings

Customised expert briefings on an ever increasing range of subjects in line with groups’ requirements.


Tailored seminars in line with the groups’ requirements and learning objectives.


Working with people to help improve their performance and contribution to their organisation.

Our activities & latest news


Wuliangye Reception

David Stringer-Lamarre, MD of FortisCL and Chairman of the Institute of Directors, London Region, was pleased to attend and speak at the Wuliangye Reception held at the Institute of Directors (IoD), Pall Mall. Wuliangye is a famous Chinese spirit tracing its history… Read More


IoD responds to latest inflation figures

Responding to official inflation figures, showing that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose to 2.1% in July, Tej Parikh, Chief Economist at the Institute of Directors, said:

“While inflation remains low, the slight pickup in the cost of living… Read More


IoD: ‘Jobs market still strong, but ‘may now be reaching its peak’

Responding to latest official labour market statistics, showing the unemployment rate rose to 3.9%, Tej Parikh, Chief Economist at the Institute of Directors, said:

“The jobs market remains a source of strength for the UK economy, though… Read More