Eunice Ho

Associate Director

Singapore

Eunice Ho is based in Control Risks’ Singapore office, providing research and analysis on Indonesia, Philippines, and East Timor for Control Risks’ CORE service, as well as more in-depth, bespoke consultancy support. 

  • Asia Pacific
  • Creating a Secure Organisation
  • Creating a Resilient Organisation


Eunice Ho is based in Control Risks’ Singapore office, providing research and analysis on Indonesia, Philippines, and East Timor for Control Risks’ CORE service, as well as more in-depth, bespoke consultancy support.


Examples of consultancy projects which Eunice has worked on include: 
  • Investigations into operational and corruption risks facing companies in Indonesia in the energy and automotive sectors. 
  • In-depth stakeholder mapping of the Indonesian palm oil, oil and gas and media sectors to inform companies’ government relations strategies. 
  • Comprehensive political, operational and security threat assessments for companies in the retail and oil and gas sectors in the Philippines and Indonesia. 
  • Pre-market entry assessments on Indonesia and the Philippines for companies in the healthcare sector.
  • Full security assessments for companies with business interests in Indonesia, comprising analysis of terrorism-related threats, communal tensions, social unrest and crime. 
  • Conducted comprehensive interviews in Bahasa Indonesia with various stakeholders to support corruption risk assessments of Indonesia for clients in the forestry and fisheries sectors.
  • Conducted anti-corruption workshops in Indonesia for companies in the oil and gas and industrial manufacturing sectors. 


Eunice previously worked as a senior Southeast Asia analyst at the Ministry of Defence in Singapore where she provided senior Singapore cabinet members and civil servants with political analysis to inform policy-making. She also worked at the Singapore embassy in Jakarta, helping to identify and develop a varied network of Indonesian contacts that served as input for policy-makers in calibrating engagement with their Indonesian counterparts. 

Eunice studied history at the National University of Singapore, where she graduated with honours. She is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia and speaks conversational Mandarin.

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