Julian Dindo

Senior Partner

London

Julian Dindo is a Senior Partner based in London. He manages the Online Solutions business and is responsible for the definition and implementation of the digital transformation strategy across the company. Julian’s focus is on enabling a holistic view of our expertise and technology to deliver value and growth through digital channels.

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Julian Dindo is a Senior Partner based in London. He manages the Online Solutions business and is responsible for the definition and implementation of the digital transformation strategy across the company. Julian’s focus is on enabling a holistic view of our expertise and technology to deliver value and growth through digital channels. His responsibility includes product development, marketing and sales of Control Risks’ Online Solutions.

Prior to joining Control Risks, Julian worked at Thomson Reuters for a decade and specialised in the digital delivery of financial models and training to clients globally. 

Julian holds a Bachelor of Arts, a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Computational Finance. He has lived and worked in North America, the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

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