Alison Tamm

Global Risk Director

London

Alison Tamm is the Global Risk Director of Control Risks, based in London. Alison ensures that the Group meets the highest risk management standards by driving the process for risk identification, mitigation and management and ensuing that the risk management process is embedded in the company’s culture.

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Alison Tamm is the Global Risk Director of Control Risks, based in London. Alison ensures that the Group meets the highest risk management standards by driving the process for risk identification, mitigation and management and ensuing that the risk management process is embedded in the company’s culture. Alison also works with the company’s brokers to manage risk through the arrangement of appropriate insurances.

Alison has a BSc Honours degree in International Business and French from Aston University. She has a postgraduate diploma in risk management from The Institute of Risk Management and the certificate in insurance from the Chartered Insurance Institute. Alison is also a member of the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce.  She speaks fluent French and conversational German and has lived, worked and studied in France and Germany. She is currently learning Swedish and studying for further Insurance Institute exams.

Prior to Control Risks Alison worked for Citigroup both in Germany and London.  

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