Daniel Heal

Senior Partner

Nairobi

Daniel Heal is Senior Partner for Control Risks in East Africa and has overall responsibility for client engagement and strategic growth in the region. He is based in Kenya but travels regularly to Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda, Somalia and Rwanda. Daniel has extensive experience in supporting a broad client base maximise their opportunities in diverse markets.

  • Africa
  • Operational Security Management
  • Security Design Consulting


Daniel Heal is Senior Partner for Control Risks in East Africa and has overall responsibility for client engagement and strategic growth in the region. He is based in Kenya but travels regularly to Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda, Somalia and Rwanda. Daniel has extensive experience in supporting a broad client base maximise their opportunities in diverse markets.

Prior to moving to Kenya he was based in London for three years and led Control Risks’ Africa business, supporting clients in risk consulting and security management throughout the continent. Between 2006 and 2012 Daniel worked in the Middle East head office in Dubai, advising clients on their key risks throughout the region – ranging from pre-investment support and due diligence, to security design on major infrastructure projects. Before this he was a Control Risks Project Security Manager in Iraq for two years and was responsible for the overall security of a strategic oil and gas project. 

Prior to joining Control Risks in 2004 Daniel served as a commissioned officer in the British Army completing active service in Northern Ireland, Afghanistan and Iraq.

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