Clare leads environmental, social and governance (ESG) consulting and due diligence engagements for corporates, investors, law firms and DFIs. She has experience working in Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East on behalf of clients entering new business relationships, investing in new opportunities, or seeking to understand and mitigate their risk exposure.
Clare also advises on compliance, capacity building and growth opportunities. These include stakeholder analysis and engagement, ESG/sustainability reporting guidance, supply chain mapping and portfolio monitoring. Clare is currently based in Singapore, focused on Southeast Asia. She previously spent several years in Control Risks’ Africa practice and has extensive experience advising on integrity, political and social risks in emerging and frontier markets.
Recent tasks that Clare has worked on include:
Before joining Control Risks, Clare worked as an Africa-focussed political risk analyst and for NGOs in Ghana and the UK. She has acted as a conflict and natural disaster risk consultant for UNICEF covering countries in Africa and Southeast Asia, and as a researcher for a UK government-funded programme analysing approaches to state justice in fragile and conflict-affected states.
Clare holds a Master's degree in international development and humanitarian emergencies from the London School of Economics (LSE) and has completed a programme in war, law and human rights, also at the LSE. She is a GRI Certified Sustainability Professional, focused on corporate sustainability reporting.