Tom Griffin

Partner

Dubai

Tom manages our Client Management function division which focuses on managing our largest accounts, securing new business, bid management on large and complex projects, and marketing. Tom works with practice and regional leadership teams to best utilise Control Risks’ global resources and develop solutions that are tailored to clients’ most complex problems. 

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Tom manages our Client Management function division which focuses on managing our largest accounts, securing new business, bid management on large and complex projects, and marketing. Tom works with practice and regional leadership teams to best utilise Control Risks’ global resources and develop solutions that are tailored to clients’ most complex problems.
 

Tom was previously based in Lagos and managed our West Africa business, with operations in nine countries and over 160 personnel deployed across the region.


Tom’s recent experience includes:
  • Consulting support to private equity fund focused on market entry and operational set up for investments.  
  • Advisory support to CEO of Fortune 100 company centered around risk management.
  • Multiple briefings to international and indigenous governments and Nigerian presidency around key political & operational risks across the region.


Prior to Control Risks, Tom was formerly the Vice President Sales with International SOS in the US and Canada and before that enjoyed success working for the executive board on a number of international strategy assignments across the Group. Prior to International SOS, Tom worked as a management consultant advising blue-chip clients on growth strategies & organisational re-structuring to capture market growth in international markets. Tom has completed his further & executive education at Harvard Business School, INSEAD, Aston University and the Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Bordeaux.


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