Stuart Cadman


  • EMEA
  • Security Risk Management
  • Investor Services

Stuart Cadman is a Partner and senior account executive based in Control Risks’ London Office. Stuart’s main role if to act as an interface between Control Risks key clients and our services worldwide. Stuart invests time and energy understanding our clients’ business risks and associated management strategies.

He seeks to identify innovative ways in which Control Risks can assist clients with achieving their goals while fully understanding and managing the attendant risks. He has worked with some clients in this manner for over 10 years. Stuart works across all industry sectors with a keen focus on Infrastructure, Technology, Sports, Financial Services and Oil & Gas. 

Prior to this role, Stuart managed Control Risks security design and engineering business across EMEA. 

Recent tasks that Stuart has worked on include:

  • Working with numerous clients in the sports sector including managing a security team for a Delivery Partner at the London 2012 Olympics; managing a security risk assessment for a UK national stadium: leading a stadium terrorism assessment for a Premier League club. 
  • Managing a security advisory team for the Airport Steering Committee at a new airport in the Middle East. 
  • Managing clients and teams on major infrastructure projects within EMEA for government and commercial clients, providing risk management solutions; developing risk governance structures, crisis management and business continuity programmes, risk assessments and mitigation plans and security design measures. s. 

  • Stuart has over 25 years’ experience within security and risk management, in the design, evaluation, management, installation, maintenance and sales of a wide range of security projects and systems. He has 20 years’ experience within security consultancy.

    Stuart is a qualified Electrical Installation Engineer and holds ASIS CPP certification and is a qualified “PRINCE2® Practitioner”.


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