Natascha Polderman

Chief Information Officer

London

Natascha Polderman is the Group CIO for Control Risks. Natascha is responsible for the technology strategy of the firm and overseeing its implementation. 

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Natascha Polderman is the Group CIO for Control Risks. Natascha is responsible for the technology strategy of the firm and overseeing its implementation. 


Natascha’s focus includes:
  • Data identification.
  • Leading the continued development of an innovative, robust and secure information technology environment throughout the company.
  • Management and delivery of business and digital systems and the security of Control Risks’ information. 
  • Working closely with the Executive Committee and Partners to ensure that the IT function supports the company’s strategy. 


In addition to this Natascha has global accountability for overseeing the firm’s annual environment action plan. 
Natascha has held a number of other positions within Control Risks’ IT operations. Prior to Control Risks, Natascha worked for Lloyd’s Register for 17 years in global roles based in: Hong Kong, Shanghai, London, Houston and Miami.

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