Lunch with Richard Fenning, CEO of Control Risks

Join us for lunch with Richard Fenning, CEO of Control Risks on 26 June 2018. Richard will share his thoughts on the key risks and opportunities for businesses for the second half of 2018.

He will touch on the results of the recent Malaysia election, the possible US-China trade war and the relationship between the US and North Korea. He will also look at global cyber security trends and the risks associated with big data, summarising with an evaluation of what new opportunities this shifting risk landscape might create for Asia.

Following his talk, there will be a Q&A moderated by Gary Harvey, Chief Executive Officer – Singapore, St. James’s Place Wealth Management.


Date  :  Tuesday, 26 June 2018
Time  :  12.00pm to 2.00pm
     *Registration commences from 12.00pm;
     all guests are to be seated by 12.15pm.
Venue  :  The Pavilion (Level 4)
     Conrad Centennial Singapore
     2 Temasek Boulevard Singapore 038982
     *Nearest MRT Station: Promenade
Registration Fee  :  $28 (Members)
     $58 (Non Members)
     *Price includes a sit-down lunch.
Registration Closes  :
 Friday, 22 June 2018

To register, please email your full name, designation, company and contact details to An invoice will then be sent by email for settlement. Registration will only be confirmed upon receipt of payment and no refunds will be allowed.

Please note that registration is on a first come first served basis and will close when all seats are filled.

For enquiries, please contact Wen Qing at 6500 0966 or email


  Richard Fenning
Chief Executive Officer
Control Risks

Richard Fenning is the Chief Executive Officer of Control Risks. Richard joined Control Risks in 1993 and was head of the firm’s New York office from 1997-2000. He was appointed Chief Operating Officer in 2001 and CEO in 2005.


Richard advises many of the firm’s clients on a wide range of risk management issues. In addition, he is a frequent speaker on geo-political risk and its impact on business. Recent engagements include the Economist Summit, The Oxford University Union, The International Economic Forum of the Americas, FT Emerging Markets Forum, Harvard Business School, Gibs Business School in Johannesburg and Sciences Po in Paris.

Richard has an honours degree in Modern History from the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom and in 2004 attended the Advanced Management Programme at INSEAD business school in France.



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