Steven Westervelt

Associate Director

Singapore

Steven Westervelt is an Associate Director at Control Risks in Singapore. He advises clients, most of which are multinational corporations, international law firms or private equity funds, on business risks across Southeast Asia. 

  • Asia Pacific
  • Government Affairs Advisory
  • Market Entry Assessment
  • Scenario Planning


Steven Westervelt is an Associate Director at Control Risks in Singapore. He advises clients, most of which are multinational corporations, international law firms or private equity funds, on business risks across Southeast Asia.


Steven has worked on a wide range of issues with Control Risks clients, including:
  • Managing the provision of stakeholder mapping and regulatory analysis to a major automobile manufacturer as it restructured its operations in Asia.
  • Supporting an online retailer with the development of its go-to-market strategy in Indonesia with in-depth partnership assessments and regulatory analysis.
  • Advising on the termination of a client's business partner suspected of financial malfeasance and ties to organised crime groups with ongoing investigative output. 


Steven previously worked in the Middle East, where he spent time in compliance roles supporting stabilisation projects in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has a Master's degree in International Relations from Leiden University in The Netherlands. 

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