Sarah Keeling

Sarah Keeling, a StoneTurn Board Member and Partner, is a former senior British government official with more than three decades of experience in national security and geopolitical risk issues globally. She assists the Boards of corporates, family offices, PE firms, and alternative asset funds, and their counsel on strategies for managing operational, reputational and investment risk, and security matters worldwide.

Sarah brings significant expertise conducting complex, multi-jurisdictional anti-bribery and corruption investigations, and asset-tracing and recovery. She provides litigation support for international arbitration and disputes revolving around political, regulatory or integrity issues. Currently, Sarah works with companies, family offices and their counsel on operational, reputational and investment risk matters worldwide.

Sarah has served as a trusted adviser to Boards on their strategies in the Middle East, Iran, and Sub-Saharan Africa in Russian and FSU. She advises clients in the infrastructure, energy, pharmaceuticals, financial services, and technology sectors on entering or operating in high-risk emerging markets and specialises in terrorist financing, piracy, and maritime security issues.

Prior to StoneTurn, Sarah was a Managing Director of Aegis Defence Services where she acted as the Senior Advisor for Lloyds of London on Piracy and chaired the Risk & Security Management Forum. Subsequently, she built and led the new EMEA Global Risk and Investigations practice at FTI Consulting, and then led the investigations and strategic intelligence EMEA practice at Berkeley Research Group.

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