Farah Mohan

Senior Consultant

Singapore

Farah is a Senior Consultant based in Control Risks’ Singapore office. She provides risk analysis for clients ranging from MNCs to private equity firms and state investment funds that are looking to establish partnerships and operations in South-East Asia. 

  • Asia Pacific
  • Business Intelligence
  • Project and Country Risk Assessment
  • Threat & Risk Assessments


Farah is a Senior Consultant based in Control Risks’ Singapore office. She provides risk analysis for clients ranging from MNCs to private equity firms and state investment funds that are looking to establish partnerships and operations in South-East Asia.


Some of her recent cases include:

  • Advising an international oil and gas company on the business and reputational risks of working with an Indonesian company that was found to be closely aligned to senior politicians in the current Indonesian administration
  • An assessment of the political, business and integrity risks of working with a business partner in Malaysia who was closely aligned to the former government, following the change in the country’s administration in May 2018.
  • An assessment of the possible connection between a Singaporean individual and a high-profile executive in India, in relation to an investigation concerning possible collusion and bribery of government officials

Prior to joining Control Risks, Farah spent more than six years with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), the statutory board responsible for aviation matters under the Singapore government. Farah holds a first class honours degree in government from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a master’s degree in global governance and diplomacy from the University of Oxford. She is fluent in English and also has working knowledge of Malay.

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