Marcel van Paeschen
Marcel van Paeschen is the Associate Director for the Protective Services department, working out of London and Amsterdam. In this role he is responsible for all protective services tasks in Europe and Africa.
- Executive Advisory
- Executive Protection
Marcel van Paeschen is the Associate Director for the Protective Services department, working out of London and Amsterdam. In this role he is responsible for all protective services tasks in Europe and Africa. Leading all operational tasks including: event security, executive protection, AGMs, protection of a team or an individual, venue and site surveys, reactive surveillance, discreet low profile protection etc.
Previously at Control Risks, Marcel worked as a Specialist Security Consultant in the Crisis and Security Consulting department of Benelux. In this role he was responsible for the development and implementation of comprehensive security risk management programmes, as well as tailored support for existing programmes for private, public and non-profit or non-governmental organisations (NGOs).Other responsibilities included offering specialist security advice and managing security projects in complex or hostile environments, giving security awareness and family security briefings; and providing event security and close protection for key individuals.
Marcel’s recent projects include:
- Executive protection for HNWI WC FIFA 2014 Brazil
- Security manager for the world’s largest fine arts and antiques fair TEFAF
- Security manager for HNWI events and major award events in Europe and Africa
- Project Manager for TICAD event supporting Japanese clients in Nairobi
Prior to joining Control Risks, Marcel worked for 24 years in the Dutch armed forces. He is a certified Company Security Officer (CSO) under the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code. Has a Certificate in risk management (Netherlands LOI), Diploma Private Investigator (SVPB), Certificate in comparing theory and practice; terrorism and counterterrorism (Coursera). He speaks English, Dutch and German. He is a registered (N’Lloyd) Operational Security Profiler (OSP) and had training in OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) and certificate in crowd management and emergency evacuations.