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Rubicon founders establish risk control venture

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ABERDEEN, UK -- The founders of Rubicon Response Ltd. have established Altor Risk Group, a new company specializing in risk control, emergency response, crisis management, and business continuity.

As part of its expansion plans Altor has acquired iON Risk Management (iON), a Dubai-based, specialist provider of crisis management and emergency response services.

The company has appointed Dominic Webb as international business unit leader, Albert Thomson as research and development team leader, and Ann Fotheringham as business manager.

09/28/2010

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