Federico Saleri

Senior Consultant

  • Europe
  • Political and Economic Risk Monitoring
  • Cyber and Digital

Federico is a Senior Consultant in the Europe Global Risk Analysis (GRA) practice, based in London. He produces regular updates on security, political and operational developments in Ukraine, Russia, and the south Caucasus, as well as providing clients with tailored reports and consultation in response to specific queries.

Before joining the political and security risk analysis team, Federico worked closely with clients in the EMEA region to integrate Control Risks’ technology and analysis within their security practices.

Recent tasks that Federico has worked on include:

  • Project manager and contributor of an in-depth geopolitical risk assessment, stakeholder analysis and engagement plan for an energy sector client looking to build infrastructure in the Caucasus and Central Asia.  
  • Daily analysis on military and political developments related to the Ukraine-Russia conflict.
  • A scenario-led threat assessment on the spillover risks of the Ukraine-Russia conflict into NATO countries.
  • A pre-investment assessment report on infrastructure in Italy, considering political exposure of the client’s projects and assessing the risk of corruption. 
  • Project manager and contributor of a global threat assessment for all the static assets of a European car manufacturer.
  • Prior to joining Control Risks, Federico worked as a Threat Intelligence Analyst for a technology company in London, and holds previous experiences as part of the Government Advisory team for a UK-based public affairs consultancy, and as a Researcher in nuclear security and non-proliferation for an NGO in Washington DC.

    Federico holds an MA in Geopolitics, Territory and Security from King’s College London, and a BA in International Relations from UCSC in Italy. He is a native Italian and he is fluent in English, with an intermediate command of French. He has a basic knowledge of Russian.

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