Tom Hill

Executive Director

Delhi

Tom Hill is an Executive Director at Control Risks India and South Asia, based in New Delhi and with a focus on the South Asia region. He is head of the region’s resilience, crisis and security consultancy, working with multinational clients to manage diverse operational challenges. Earlier, he also worked at Control Risks’ London and Singapore offices.

  • Asia Pacific
  • Creating a Secure Organisation
  • Security Training


Tom Hill is an Executive Director at Control Risks India and South Asia, based in New Delhi and with a focus on the South Asia region. He is head of the region’s resilience, crisis and security consultancy, working with multinational clients to manage diverse operational challenges. Earlier, he also worked at Control Risks’ London and Singapore offices.


In the Asian region, examples of projects include:

  • Risk mitigation assessment and advice to a foreign private equity company experiencing threats and coercion in relation to a local consumer goods investment in India.
  • Crisis support to an extractive multinational with operations spanning the India-Bangladesh border following a land compensation dispute resulting in a major arson attack on its infrastructure.
  • Search and disaster recovery assistance for client families in southern Thailand following the devastating 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.


Previously, Tom was a senior risk advisor supporting the secretariat of the Aga Khan Development Network, a commercial and philanthropic development organisation focusing on Central Asia and East Africa. He also set up and managed a start-up in the UK and Singapore, designing and building a travel tracking technology platform and associated travel security services for the business travel market.

Earlier he served in the British Army's Gurkha regiment, spending time in South and Southeast Asia, the Balkans, Central America, Northern Ireland and the UK. He has a Bachelor of Science in International Relations from the University of London (UoLIP-LSE) and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Cape Town. He speaks conversational Nepali and some French.

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