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Dr Thomas Ilin
Risk-taking, situation/crisis response mentor
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  • Experience8-15 years
  • Response rate100%
  • Response time1 hour
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London, England, United Kingdom
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Dr Thomas in a few words
Risk taking consultant, researcher, mentor and trainer (NASA Game-Changing Award Winner) with expertise in multiple industries.

• Acknowledged expert in Risk, Crisis and Situation Management.
• NASA Game-Changing award winner, with special interests in mission-critical decision making, problem solving and next generation risk management methods and tools.
• Developer of the new academic/practitioner discipline called ‘Situation Engagement’, for commercial, scientific and military purposes.
• Provides international consulting, interim management and coaching services based on over 30 years of experience at senior levels to Financial Services, Energy and Defence (/Defense) industries.
• Actively researching and predicting global risks (such as those identified by the WEF, WHO, NATO, etc) and their effects on exposed enterprises.
• Invited to chair the Marcus Evans conference on ‘Bank Structuring and Resolvability’ (in London, 25-26th Feb, 2016), to help banks understand the business implications and changes to capital structure shaped by the EU Recovery and Resolution Directive.

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