S&A is Pakistan's first and the largest professional corporate risk management consulting firm that specializes in providing business information, security management consulting and investigative services to security and legal professionals, multinational corporations, financial institutions, government and industry decision makers. A broad range of organizational problem solving, research, analysis and program development services are utilized to meet individual of each client needs with a touch of personalized services.

Our focus is to assists clients with two major concerns;

  • Implementing and managing security programs and
  • Identifying the information needed to solve corporate business problems.
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San & Associates is happy to announce its’ strategic partnership with Anna Averkiou Media. From June 2017, S&A will be offering new media-related services to clients. These include social media/ communications team management, crisis media strategy, training and advice and the valuable skills needed to react quickly, communicate effectively and respond appropriately across media platforms in times of crisis.


“Anna is an established international media, marketing and communications specialist with vast knowledge and experience working as an international journalist with news providers such as the BBC and TV news agencies, and as a media consultant and trainer with companies and government organisations around the world.


Her contribution will help place S&A at the forefront of crisis media and reputation management in Pakistan,” said Mr Naqvi.


Ms Averkiou welcomed the news: “Having got to know Ahsan and the S&A team over the past few years, I’m delighted to now be partnering with one of Pakistan’s leading professional corporate security and risk management consulting firms. In today’s digital world, effective media strategies are essential for business resilience and reputation. “I’m really looking forward to collaborating with S&A and their clients in Pakistan and elsewhere to help them deal effectively with an increasingly complex global media landscape.”