Sam Fox

Associate Director

London

Sam is an Associate Director in Control Risks’ Associate Director, Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence practice. He has a core focus on business intelligence and integrity risk consulting in Sub Saharan Africa. In this role he manages a team across London, Lagos and Johannesburg, delivering business intelligence, due diligence and other integrity risk solutions to clients across the region.

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  • Africa
  • Creating a Compliant Organisation
  • Delivering Growth and Opportunity


Sam is an Associate Director in Control Risks’ Associate Director, Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence practice. He has a core focus on business intelligence and integrity risk consulting in Sub Saharan Africa. In this role he manages a team across London, Lagos and Johannesburg, delivering business intelligence, due diligence and other integrity risk solutions to clients across the region.

Sam has worked in London and Singapore on major consulting projects for both financial institutions and corporate clients. Prior to his work in Africa, Sam was responsible for growing and managing Control Risks' financial sector client base across Asia Pacific.


Sam recent consulting experience includes:
  • An innovative Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and corruption research project for the SME division of a universal bank in the Middle East.
  • An intelligence-driven AML country risk assessment (with AML-focused market entry recommendations) in a high risk Asian jurisdiction, for an international bank.
  • The development of regulatory and intelligence-led assessment protocols for enhanced due diligence undertaken for banks and corporate clients in the Asia Pacific region and globally.
  • Multiple business intelligence cases in support of litigation, arbitration, distressed investment situations and for event-driven investors.


Sam has also supported large cross-border investigations, fraud and forensics cases and corporate crisis management projects. He previously worked as an executive search consultant in Europe and Asia, having earned an MSc in International Development & Security and a BA in History of Art, both from the University of Bristol.

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