Executive Protection

Control Risks is a world leader in providing global executive protection. Our expert consultants and advisors accompany high-net-worth senior executives, private individuals and their families to the most challenging environments. Our on-the-ground knowledge of risky locales together with our expansive intelligence networks and proven methodologies means that the services we recommend and provide are specially calibrated to the unique risks our clients face. Our executive protection services enable clients to carry out their business with confidence and peace of mind.

In addition to discreet close protection, Control Risks’ teams offer advice, liaison and coordination. We support thousands of travellers each year, delivering comprehensive security from the moment a traveller arrives in country until their return flight is safely in the air.

Control Risks’ executive protection officers are formally trained and licensed to Security Industry Authority (SIA) standards or equivalent. Their backgrounds are typically within the military, law enforcement or special forces. Both male and female officers can be deployed rapidly worldwide. Our officers are widely experienced in providing a discreet, efficient protection service, subject to visas and introduction letters if necessary.

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See Also

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    The economic viability of an urbanisation project is subject to a wide range of risks and is intimately tied to the economy of the wider city and nation.