Dragonfly, a geopolitical and security intelligence service for the world’s leading companies and organisations, has earned Band 1 recognition, the highest possible ranking, as a leading firm for Global-wide Political Risk in Chambers and Partners’ Crisis & Risk Management Guide 2022. Henry Wilkinson, Chief Intelligence Officer at Dragonfly, has also been recognised as a leading expert in political risk.
Chambers and Partners rankings are determined by their independent research and analysis of information, submissions and feedback from clients, peers and independent market sources. Chambers and Partners, which evaluates firms across 200 jurisdictions, said: “Dragonfly’s political risk consultancy team is well equipped to provide significant expertise on some of the most complex political conditions and high-risk markets in the world. Its services include country risk mapping, terrorism tracking, government action forecasting and the implementation of suitable responses to legislation.”
The recognition comes in Dragonfly’s first year as a standalone specialist private intelligence firm. Since 2021, the company has strengthened its range of platforms and advisory services, providing operational and tactical security intelligence to global clients, which range from multinationals and banks to multilateral agencies and NGOs.
Dragonfly has also expanded its core team of analysts and its experienced leadership team to meet the growing demand for intelligence and risk solutions. A key addition has been Cvete Koneska as Head of Advisory who has been responsible for leading the firm’s global political and security advisory practice. Alongside CEO David Claridge and CIO Henry Wilkinson, the management team is building new capabilities that fit the individual needs of clients and put them ahead of security and crisis risks.
David Claridge, CEO of Dragonfly, commented: “It’s an honour to be selected by such an esteemed publication in the industry. Chambers’ rankings are evaluated through client feedback, so our ranking is a testament to the exceptional relationships we have with our clients across the world. In the evolving, complex and politicised business risk environment, we continue to strengthen our offering and broaden our range of intelligence and advisory services.”
Henry Wilkinson, CIO at Dragonfly, commented: “We look forward to building on the momentum of this year’s success and enhancing Dragonfly’s capabilities to give clients the security intelligence and risk assessments they need. It’s a privilege to be included in the guide alongside many of our industry’s knowledgeable leaders, and it could not be accomplished without the dedication and hard work of our strong management team and staff.”
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Notes to Editors
Dragonfly is a geopolitical and security intelligence service for the world’s leading organisations. From the highest risk environments to the boardroom, Dragonfly enables its clients to make confident decisions and put them ahead of risks to achieve their goals. Dragonfly goes beyond the limits of real-time information to deliver early-warning intelligence, by fusing the multiplying power of knowledge, data, technology, service, capability and human expertise.
Its flagship Security Intelligence & Analysis Service (SIAS) provides bespoke, forward-looking and actionable all-source security intelligence, including in-depth assessment, risk modelling and analytics.
Dragonfly has a global presence, with offices in London, New York, Washington, D.C. and Singapore.
Further information about the full suite of Dragonfly’s security intelligence services is available at www.dragonflyintelligence.com.