Richard Fenning discussed his book, What on Earth Can Go Wrong: Tales from the Risk Business, at MOI Global’s Meet-the-Author Summer Forum 2021.
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About the book:
In a whirlwind tour that takes us from the battlefields of Iraq to the back streets of Bogotà, from the steamy Niger delta to the chill of Putin’s Moscow, Richard Fenning looks back with wit and insight on the people and places he has got to know, while also offering some timely thoughts about the relationship between risk and danger in a terrifyingly changeable world.
About the author:
Richard Fenning joined the risk consulting firm Control Risks in 1993. He was Global CEO from 2005 until 2019, leading the firm through a period of international expansion. He has lived and worked in the UK, Australia, Japan, Singapore, and the US and has advised numerous global corporations of the impact of geopolitical uncertainty, often in volatile parts of the world. He remains a senior adviser to Control Risks and is also a non-executive director of infrastructure consultancy, Steer Group.