Esther Knight

Associate Client Services Manager

London

Esther is an Associate Client Services Manager with Control Risks’ VANTAGE practice focusing on the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. She has responsibility for managing the region’s VANTAGE engagements, client programmes and ensuring that we exceed the client’s expectations with the overall quality of service from Control Risks. 

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Esther is an Associate Client Services Manager with Control Risks’ VANTAGE practice focusing on the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. She has responsibility for managing the region’s VANTAGE engagements, client programmes and ensuring that we exceed the client’s expectations with the overall quality of service from Control Risks.

Esther has been with Control Risks for nearly a decade and has gained experience with the Global Risks Analysis, Subscriptions and Business Intelligence teams. Prior to joining the VANTAGE team in 2017, she was the business manager for Control Risks’ Africa Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence practice. 


Esther’s recent experience includes: 
  • Managing VANTAGE product delivery, report quality and ensuring queries are resolved and deadlines are met or exceeded
  • Providing support for clients expanding their VANTAGE programme or utilising other Control Risks services
  • Sanctions compliance for a major French manufacturing company in relation to their Covid-19 response
  • Leading on-boarding for new clients and providing continuing support throughout their programme lifecycle

 

Prior to Control Risks, Esther worked in retail management with a focus on supply chain logistics. Esther has a Batchelors degree in War studies from King College London and speaks English and basic Swedish.

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