Kristina Isert is Global Head of Sales in the Compliance Risk and Diligence practice of Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, based in the London office. She assumes direct management for commercial strategy in North America and Europe and has been instrumental in developing a high-performing team capable of working independently. This has enabled Kristina to focus on broader strategies at the firm, including the integration with other service lines. Her contributions to expanding this cross-regional approach has led to the most successful new business performance since the introduction of the sales function.

As a core member of Kroll’s Business Development Team, she has benefited from numerous direct client engagements, working extensively across the DACH region. Most recently, she has led and guided the business development function both in Europe and globally through strategic initiatives across industries for Kroll’s Compliance Risk and Diligence practice. Currently, Kristina is working to extend the cross-sell reach of Business Development to other departments of the Duff & Phelps business. 

Prior to joining Kroll, Kristina worked for Dow Jones where she successfully led the growth of the business from 2006 to 2012 as Regional Sales Manager for UK and Ireland and later for partnerships and alliances across EMEA.

Kristina holds an M.Sc. degree in economics from Maastricht University and is fluent in German.

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