Yusuke Koyama

Senior Partner

Tokyo

Yusuke Koyama is a Senior Partner in Control Risks Japan. Based in Tokyo, he is responsible for leading Control Risks’ projects for Japanese companies operating around the world, and also serves as a member of the firm’s Regional Executive Committee in Asia-Pacific. He has worked with clients in a range of industries including automobiles, industrial goods, energy, financial services and consumer goods.

  • Asia Pacific
  • Business Restructuring
  • Risk Governance & Organisational Design
  • Scenario Analysis and Strategy Consulting


Yusuke Koyama is a Senior Partner in Control Risks Japan. Based in Tokyo, he is responsible for leading Control Risks’ projects for Japanese companies operating around the world, and also serves as a member of the firm’s Regional Executive Committee in Asia-Pacific. He has worked with clients in a range of industries including automobiles, industrial goods, energy, financial services and consumer goods.


Examples of Yusuke's work with Control Risks include:
  • Advised a risk assessment effort for establishing a partnership in China with an automobile manufacturer.
  • Helped refine the security management structure and processes of a Japanese manufacturer in South-east Asia.
  • Planned for enhancement of crisis management processes at the headquarters level of an engineering company.


Prior to joining Control Risks, Yusuke was a consultant at a top-tier management consulting firm, supporting several clients in organisational restructuring, business process re-engineering and market strategy development. He also worked for a boutique investment management firm in Japan, advising on Japanese equity investments.

Yusuke holds an honours degree in marketing from Lancaster University in the UK.

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