Hannah Kitt

Global Marketing Director

London

As Global Marketing Director, Hannah Kitt is responsible for the marketing and communications strategy and execution worldwide. She works closely with the Executive Committee and Control Risks’ clients to develop the brand to ensure that it is meeting the future requirements of our marketplace.

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As Global Marketing Director, Hannah Kitt is responsible for the marketing and communications strategy and execution worldwide. She works closely with the Executive Committee and Control Risks’ clients to develop the brand to ensure that it is meeting the future requirements of our marketplace. Reputation management, media, campaign management and supporting Control Risks’ joint ventures and alliance partnerships are all areas of focus. Hannah has lead responsibility for our thought leadership programme, including the company’s annual flagship publication, RiskMap.


Hannah has held a range of other positions in Control Risks working with clients on new products and solutions and also business development.


Prior to Control Risks, Hannah worked for John Swire and Sons in Hong Kong and Thailand, Oxfam Emergencies and the international medical charity, ORBIS.

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