Guardian Expands African Presence to Nigeria.
Guardian’s CEO James Kirsop-Taylor “ We are delighted to announce after a considerable amount of time spent on the due diligence process, we have now established our Nigerian business. This is in line with our growth plans for Africa and our desire to become a security partner of choice in West Africa. Nigeria was a significant piece in the puzzle and we are delighted to be moving forward at great pace there now.”
Guardian was formed in 2007 as a bespoke Risk Management and Crisis Response company focusing on High-Net-Worth individuals and family offices. Guardian quickly developed into a wider range of services, moving into the commercial market where we worked for multinational companies and organisations.
Due to the emerging threat of Somalia-based piracy and attacks on the offshore and STS industry in the Gulf of Guinea, Guardian established its maritime division, Guardian, in May 2011 using the maritime experience of its founding members as a launch pad to provide security solutions to the shipping and offshore industry.
Today Guardian offers Security & Risk Management, Support Services and Training to multinational corporations, private individuals and national governments. Guardian was founded with the mission to provide high-quality yet cost effective risk mitigation services through an overarching framework of professionalism, integrity and attention to detail.
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