James Lewry

Director

Dubai

James Lewry is a Director and leads our worker welfare risk management team in the Middle East from our Dubai office. James helps clients manage their exposure to risks in their supply chain. He draws on an academic background and career in risk management advising multinational companies and government agencies on crisis, security, supply chain and modern slavery risks worldwide.

  • Middle East and North Africa
  • Ethics and Compliance Consulting
  • Supply Chain & Labour Welfare Consulting

 

James Lewry is a Director and leads our worker welfare risk management team in the Middle East from our Dubai office. 

James helps clients manage their exposure to risks in their supply chain. He draws on an academic background and career in risk management advising multinational companies and government agencies on crisis, security, supply chain and modern slavery risks worldwide.


Examples of James’ recent work include:
  • A multibillion dollar entertainment project spanning four years in Abu Dhabi, UAE, where he led a team of investigators and consultants in monitoring and managing the client’s risk exposure to poor worker welfare practices in its local supply chain.
  • Providing guidance and counsel on worker welfare risk management for the three-year-long construction of a national exposition in the Gulf Cooperation Council.   
  • Providing policy and risk management guidance to an international construction company to aid it in managing its exposure to modern slavery in its regional supply chain. 


Prior to his current role in the Middle East, James helped clients manage enterprise and supply chain risks in Europe and Africa. James is a fellow of the Security Institute and a governance risk and compliance professional.

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