Toby Latta

Managing Partner, Corporate Development

London

Toby Latta is the Managing Partner for Corporate Development at Control Risks. Working with the CEO and through his roles on the Executive Committee and the company Board, his responsibilities include the development and sustained delivery of the company strategy and priorities; the inception and incubation of growth and change initiatives across service lines; and the company’s digitalisation strategy.

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Toby Latta is the Managing Partner for Corporate Development at Control Risks. Working with the CEO and through his roles on the Executive Committee and the company Board, his responsibilities include the development and sustained delivery of the company strategy and priorities; the inception and incubation of growth and change initiatives across service lines; and the company’s digitalisation strategy. 

Toby’s previous roles include seven years as CEO of the European regional businesses and almost six years leading the company’s Asia Pacific operations from Singapore. He joined Control Risks in the early 1990s, building its investigative and business advisory practice in the former Soviet Union, based in Moscow. He subsequently directed the Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence business in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and then the risk consulting and client services team for the region. 

Prior to joining the company, Toby spent five years living and working in Russia, initially as a journalist covering privatisation, oil and gas and, organised crime. He collaborated in researching and writing Comrade Criminal, a book about Russian organised crime. Toby graduated with first class honours from Oxford University, where he studied Russian and French. He speaks fluent Russian, French and German.

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