Rachel Posner is Chief Client Officer and Managing Director in the Growth Team, based in New York.
Rachel Posner is Chief Client Officer and Managing Director in the Growth Team, based in New York.

Rachel Posner

Chief Growth Officer

Rachel Posner is Kroll’s Chief Growth Officer, based in New York. Rachel is responsible for driving the firm’s overall go-to-market strategy and accelerating organic growth across new products, channels and key relationships.

Previously, she served as Chief Client Officer and managing director in the Growth Team overseeing global client development and account management strategy and the strategic expansion of key partnerships.

Prior to joining Kroll, Rachel served on the management committee at Teneo, where she was Senior Managing Director. At Teneo, she counseled senior management teams and boards and worked closely with their legal and financial advisors around complex business and financial issues, long-term positioning and reputational management. She established a track record of leading global restructuring and crisis communications situations and developing and implementing successful programs and strategies related to crisis and issues management.

Prior to joining Teneo, Rachel was a partner at Kekst, a strategic communications firm, where she provided financial and communications counsel to both private and public companies around the globe and across a range of industries.

Before joining Kekst, Rachel served as General Counsel of Georgeson, a global provider of strategic shareholder engagement, proxy solicitation and governance advisory. She began her career as an M&A attorney at Fried Frank LLP.

Rachel has been a featured speaker and industry panelist on investor relations, corporate governance and M&A topics at programs held by The Deal, NIRI, The Conference Board and other business organizations. She regularly speaks at law firms and investment banks to provide insight on special situations and reputational challenges. She has also contributed to various industry publications.

She holds a B.A. from Columbia University and a J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She currently serves on the board of the Cathedral School of St. John the Divine.

2023 Fraud and Financial Crime Report

Kroll analyzed global data from 400 senior leaders across three continents to gain insights into the current financial crime landscape and learn how technology might stop the threat of economic, crypto and ESG crimes.

Key findings from the report include:

  • Sixty-nine percent of global respondents expect financial crime risks to increase over the next 12 months.
  • Sixty-seven percent of global respondents plan to invest in technology in the next year to tackle the likely increase in financial crime.
  • The financial crime risk posed by cryptocurrency is a source of concern for 78% of participants.
  • Although survey respondents appear to feel confident in the accuracy of their ESG stories, 61% cited lack of standardization and limited data as the main challenges with reporting their ESG story.

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