Stuart Wilson

Partner

London

Stuart Wilson is the Finance Director for Products & Partnerships, based in London. He holds a diverse set of responsibilities, supporting the strategic alignment of financial performance of the firm plus business partnering the CEO of P&P to improve financial performance.

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Stuart Wilson is the Finance Director for Products & Partnerships, based in London. He holds a diverse set of responsibilities, supporting the strategic alignment of financial performance of the firm plus business partnering the CEO of P&P to improve financial performance. He also supports the Chief Digital Information Officer and Chief Marketing Officer in financial management. 

 

Stuart’s recent projects include:
  • Conducting due diligence and commercial analysis for newly formed partnership with Geospark Analytics. 
  • Pricing and profitability work across CORE, Vantage and Membership.

 

Before joining Control Risks, Stuart was the Head of Finance at Deloitte Legal. He has also held senior finance positions in global corporates spanning FMCG and Banking. Stuart qualified as a Chartered Accountant in the UK and is a Fellow of the ICAEW. 

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