What we do

Argyll Strategy provides market-leading intelligence, investigative and strategic communications advice that enables our clients to unlock opportunities and protect their assets and reputations.

We take a proactive, practical and flexible approach to achieving our clients’ objectives. We recommend clear courses of action and implement our solutions on behalf of law firms, private family offices and corporate clients.

We are loyal and trusted advisors, with a proven track record of delivery.

Contact us ->



-> Strategic intelligence

-> Deep due diligence

-> Investigations and asset tracing

-> M&A support

-> Market entry and exit

-> Political risk

-> Intelligence-led campaigns

-> Dispute and crisis communications

-> Government relations

-> Social media and digital network analysis


-> Consumer and Retail

-> Defence and Aerospace

-> Energy and Renewables

-> Financial Services

-> Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

-> Infrastructure

-> Mining and Extractives

-> Transport and Logistics

-> Utilities

Who we are

We work with our network of experts and consultants hand-picked from Europe, the US, the Middle East, Africa, the former Soviet Union and Asia.

Each project team is moulded to match the client’s requirements, ensuring impact while maintaining quality and discretion.

Will advises corporate and private clients on navigating complex problems using a combination of intelligence-led investigations and strategic communications campaigns.

Before co-founding Argyll Strategy, Will was a director in the intelligence practice at a leading international campaigns consultancy, having worked at a prominent corporate intelligence firm. His career has spanned legal disputes, investigations, public affairs, crisis communications and M&A advisory across over 80 countries.

PK has worked on behalf of some of the world’s most powerful litigation law firms, family offices and private equity firms, enabling them to achieve their objectives.

He specialises in complex cross border disputes, often with a high security threat and media attention. Prior to co-founding Argyll Strategy, PK spent nineteen years in the intelligence, communications and security sector including six years in the British Army serving on operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Tatiana is a communications specialist with an expert understanding of geopolitical strategic communications for governments and private sector clients, managing networks across multiple geographies to deliver international, multi-discipline communications campaigns.

Her work has focused on security, defence and conflict prevention in developing countries and fragile states.

Prior to working in the intelligence and communications sector, Tatiana spent five years living in Moscow, Russia, and speaks fluent Russian.

As the primary point of contact for selected private clients and family offices, Louise focuses on building strong relationships and trust with our client network, ensuring that their needs are addressed promptly and effectively. 
Louise has significant experience of working in family office environments and navigating multifaceted problems facing private clients. She has operated in Scandinavia, France and Switzerland, where she has worked in the real estate sector and the commodities and extractives industry.
A barrister by training, Michael spent over 25 years serving the British government in London and overseas. After postings in the Middle East, Eastern Europe and South Asia, he ended his public service career in a senior global role in London. He then acted as senior adviser to several major UK companies and professional firms, including Standard Chartered and PwC, while publishing on Middle Eastern history and current affairs. He has been a Visiting Fellow at Princeton University.
Price Floyd has more than 30 years of communications experience in senior levels of government and the private sector, and at public affairs agencies and think tanks. His primary areas of expertise are strategic communications, media engagement, digital strategy, and crisis planning/management. Price has advised Fortune 100 companies, UHNWs and non-profits, implemented advocacy campaigns, and served as vice president of communications for BAE Systems. From 2009 – 2010, Price served as the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs and was the lead spokesperson and advisor to the Secretary of Defense. From 2007 – 2009, Price led the communications efforts for the Centre for a New American Security (CNAS), a Washington, D.C. think tank. Previously, Price was a career diplomat at the U.S. Department of State from 1990 – 2007, where he ended as Director of Media Affairs.
Alasdair Gordon is CEO of Ecosse Global Pty Ltd. Having started his career at the Australian Bureau of Agricultural Economics and the Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization (CSIRO), Alasdair subsequently accepted an offer to join the Department of Foreign Affairs portfolio. He spent much of the remainder of his government career working in national security and foreign policy, both in Canberra and on a number of overseas postings, mostly in Asia and the South Pacific. He left government following his posting in Washington DC and established his company in the US, then Hong Kong and Australia. The focus of his company’s work is bringing new capabilities, both Australian and international, to the Defence, Law Enforcement and National Security communities. In July 2019 Alasdair was appointed to head a Government Review into vetting. Alasdair is a member of the Mitre Group Australia Council of Advisors and is on the Board of an Australian venture capital company. Alasdair is an Indonesian speaker.
Paul is an experienced investigator and law enforcement expert. Having started his career serving in the Royal Marines, Paul joined the Metropolitan Police, where he held senior roles at the Counter-Corruption Command, Counter-Terrorism Command and the now National Crime Agency. In these roles, Paul led complex projects focused on investigation and intelligence gathering, operational deployment and training, while gaining extensive experience and understanding of working with different agencies in the UK and overseas. Since leaving the Met, Paul has been engaged in providing security, investigations and integrity solutions in across multiple jurisdictions for private sector clients, including law firms, corporates, high net worth families and external governments.
Folarin is a logistics, security and intelligence specialist operating across West Africa. In 2015 Folarin founded the CEFO Group of Companies, which specialise in provision of high-grade security and logistics solutions to the construction, mining, oil & gas sectors, private clients, corporate organisations and the public sector.

Prior to founding the CEFO Group, Folarin served for ten years in the British Army serving with distinction on multiple operations in Afghanistan. Folarin is a keen polo player and avid student of history, especially military and African history. He is based between Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria.

Mike is a former CIA officer who served in seven countries in Latin America, Europe and the former Soviet Union, including Chief of Station positions in Denmark and Mexico. Following senior roles in Washington focused on the Middle East, former Soviet Union and counterproliferation of weapons of mass destruction, Mike was appointed Assistant Deputy Director in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, where he had responsibility for oversight of all intelligence community human intelligence programs. Mike subsequently joined Raytheon and PwC, where, as Head of Global Security, he was responsible for identifying, assessing and mitigating external risks to PwC’s business operations worldwide.