Daniel Eisermann is a political risk analysis and integrity due diligence expert. He has worked on complex political risk assessment projects in Central and Eastern Europe and corporate intelligence projects in Western Europe and the Middle East. Daniel has an extensive network of contacts within German government circles and the European institutions. He has served as an advisor on governance and sustainability issues and organised a series of training courses on behalf of the German government for officials from developing countries. He is a co-founder of the Turkish-German Bosporus Society. Daniel is fluent in German, English and French.
Carsten Giersch has over 20 years experience in the field of political risk, corruption prevention and dispute management. He is an expert in risk modeling, and specialises in developing tailored risk assessment models for specific projects. Carsten has been engaged as a consultant for Transparency International, developing an innovative corruption risk assessment tool to monitor public funding. Carsten is also an associate professor for political science at the University of Rostock and has published extensively on risk analysis, conflict resolution and emerging regulatory requirements. Carsten heads Berlin Risk’s research arm, the Berlin Risk Institute, and publishes the specialist online journal “Global Risk Affairs”. He is a member of The International Institute for Strategic Studies, London.