Kathryn Fleming

Chief Financial Officer

London

Kathryn Fleming is the Chief Financial Officer at Control Risks. Based in London, Kathryn is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the financial performance and strategy across Control Risks’ operations. She is a member of the Control Risks’ Board of Directors and Executive Committee. 

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Kathryn Fleming is the Chief Financial Officer at Control Risks. Based in London, Kathryn is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the financial performance and strategy across Control Risks’ operations. She is a member of the Control Risks’ Board of Directors and Executive Committee. 

Prior to Joining Control Risks, Kathryn was a CFO for 13 years in the legal sector. She has also held senior financial and operational roles in the retail, technology and automotive sectors. 

Kathryn has worked globally, setting and implementing financial strategies. She has also undertaken commercial and client facing roles based in Hong Kong, New York, Gothenburg and UAE.

Kathryn is a Chartered Management Accountant with a BA in Accounting and Finance.


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