Arik Kotkowski

Senior Account Manager

Frankfurt

Arik is a Senior Account Manager in Control Risks. Based in Frankfurt, he is responsible for ensuring our clients expectations and requirements are being fulfilled. Arik acts as an interface between Control Risks’ service lines driving growth in the German-speaking and CEE markets.

  • EMEA
  • Political & Economic Analysis & Forecasting
  • Real-time Threat Intelligence
  • Risk Assessment & Monitoring

Arik is a Senior Account Manager in Control Risks. Based in Frankfurt, he is responsible for ensuring our clients expectations and requirements are being fulfilled. Arik acts as an interface between Control Risks’ service lines driving growth in the German-speaking and CEE markets. Additionally, Arik specialises in in Control Risks intelligence monitoring capabilities, ensuring our clients have the right tools in place to support their decision making process. 

Prior to joining Control Risks, Arik has gathered diverse experience in various sectors around the world. Having previously focused on public policy and industrial development along the US-Mexico Border, government experience in the US and Germany, with studies conducted in Spain, China, Israel and Estonia. Originally from Cd. Juarez, Mexico - Arik has pursued an international career having learned to speak 7 languages fluently which he uses to support our DACH/CEE client base all around the world. 

As a Sr. Account Manager, Arik is not only responsible for driving growth for Control Risks in his geomarket, but to act as a client representative within our organisation. Arik is committed to making sure our clients can continue to engage with us in a trust-based and productive relationship. 

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