Jean-Fernand Perenne

Associate Director

Paris

Jean-Fernand is the Associate Director, Crisis and Security Consulting, who heads the consulting practice in the Paris office of Control Risks. He delivers risk consulting services and business protection advice to Control Risks’ clients across Europe and Africa.

  • Europe
  • Kidnap, Extortion & Threat Response & Recovery
  • Threat & Risk Assessments
  • Incident Response


Jean-Fernand is the Associate Director, Crisis and Security Consulting, who heads the consulting practice in the Paris office of Control Risks. He delivers risk consulting services and business protection advice to Control Risks’ clients across Europe and Africa. 


Examples of Jean-Fernand’s recent projects include: 
  • Crisis management support for a European pharmaceutical company.
  • Providing crisis and security planning and training, as well as crisis management support to a client engaged in a major business restructuring.
  • Providing crisis management training for a mining company in Burkina Faso.
  • Security review and advice as part of a crisis support in Central African Republic.
  • Providing consultancy service and project management for a leading African bank setting up a security strategy and the corresponding security policies and procedures.


Prior to working for Control Risks, he worked 5+ years in the risk advisory sector,  during which he has been managing large security projects and delivering operational risk services with in particular projects in Somalia, Guinea, Ivory Coast and Panama. Prior to this commercial experience, Jean-Fernand had a successful career in the French Navy and related diplomatic engagements, with significant experience across Africa and Asia.

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