Stuart Bridges

Chief Financial Officer

London

Stuart Bridges is the Chief Financial Officer at Control Risks. Based in London, he is responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial strategy and management across Control Risks’ global operations.

  • Board of Directors
  • Executive Committee


Stuart Bridges is the Chief Financial Officer at Control Risks. Based in London, he is responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial strategy and management across Control Risks’ global operations.

Stuart is a member of the Control Risks’ Board of Directors and Executive Committee.

Prior to joining Control Risks he was the Chief Financial Officer at Nex Group (previously ICAP) which he joined after sixteen years as Chief Financial Officer at Hiscox.  Before Hiscox, Stuart held positions in various financial services companies in the UK and the US including Janus Henderson Investors.

A chartered accountant, he has an MA in engineering from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.  Stuart is a Non-Executive director of Caledonia Investments plc and a member of the Finance Committee of The Royal Institution.

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