Kathryn Graves

Global HR Director

London

As Global HR Director, Kathryn is responsible for designing Control Risks’ people strategy and implementing this worldwide. She works closely with the Executive Committee to develop a strategy that is aligned with Control Risks’ business priorities and promotes the mission, aims and values of the organisation.

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As Global HR Director, Kathryn is responsible for designing Control Risks’ people strategy and implementing this worldwide. She works closely with the Executive Committee to develop a strategy that is aligned with Control Risks’ business priorities and promotes the mission, aims and values of the organisation.

Kathryn joined Control Risks in 2010 and prides herself on openness and transparency so that all employees around the world have access to and are supported in pursuing rewarding career opportunities. In a global company with a “One Firm at Work” ethos it is paramount to have a diverse range of high performing, engaged and collaborative employees. Kathryn and her team work to nurture and protect these values, which makes Control Risks such an interesting and fulfilling place to work.

Kathryn started her HR career in UK retail covering a broad range of HR roles, from employment policy through to performance management and the wider generalist HR remit. In 2002 Kathryn moved into the professional services sector as a generalist HR Director. In 2003 she expanded her skills to encompass regional and then global HR, and was integral to organisational restructures and acquisitions.

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