Gary Carpenter

Chief Financial Officer

London

Gary Carpenter is the Chief Financial Officer at Control Risks. He is based in London and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial strategy and management across Control Risks offices worldwide. Gary is a member of Control Risks’ Board of Directors and the Executive Committee.  

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Gary Carpenter is the Chief Financial Officer at Control Risks. He is based in London and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial strategy and management across Control Risks offices worldwide. Gary is a member of Control Risks’ Board of Directors and the Executive Committee.  

Prior to joining Control Risks, Gary held chief financial officer posts with two international private equity-backed companies throughout their respective cycles from buy-out of the businesses to exit. This followed time spent at an LSE-quoted multinational corporation in financial planning and as a divisional finance director. 

Gary’s experience includes financial control, audit and international tax and treasury management, as well as several aspects of corporate finance including structured debt, corporate M&A and joint ventures.

Gary began his career in professional practice in the UK and Kenya. He has an honours degree in Economics and Accounting from the University of Bristol in the UK and is a Chartered Accountant. He has served as a chairman of pension scheme trustees and sits on a charity’s audit committee.   

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