• Alchemy Global to offer integrated security driver and chauffeur services

    Monday, January 22nd, 2018

    Alchemy Global Ltd has been awarded a Transport For London (TfL) PHV Operator’s Licence, allowing the company to offer clients a prestigious Security Driver and VIP chauffeur service.

  • Elections in Libya: A return to stability  or endless conflict?

    Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

    As many of our clients operate in North Africa, particularly in the oil and gas sector, our latest blog is an analysis of the recent political stalemate in Libya. By David Kampmann, an expert on MENA affairs.

  • Travelling to Astana: tips to keep you safe on your travels

    Thursday, December 21st, 2017

    For most visitors to Astana, the first impression is probably how odd the city is; a juxtaposition of old crumbling Soviet blocks next to modern air conditioned luxury malls. It’s only been the capital of Kazakhstan for 20 years and it’s still a work in progress.

  • The Army of Free Sunnis: Jihadism in Iraq amid political dispute

    Monday, December 11th, 2017

    After reading some of his articles earlier this year, we are pleased to announce that David Kampmann will now be guest blogging for Alchemy Global. David is a specialist on political and economic developments in the Middle East and North Africa. His blogs will also be translated into Arabic. 

  • Alchemy Global Ltd awarded Cyber Essentials accreditation

    Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

    Alchemy Global Ltd has been awarded the Cyber Essentials accreditation in a scheme backed by the UK government. The Cyber Essentials scheme helps to protect an organisation against cyberattacks, ensuring a company complies with the data protection regulations, endorsed by the British government.

  • Travelling to Ukraine: tips to keep you safe on your visit

    Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

    How safe is Ukraine for business travelers? For anyone travelling to Kiev, Ukraine’s capital, it’s easy to forget that the eastern fringes of the country are still a war zone. Following Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 and the continuing strife in the Donbass region, the country was rarely out of the news a few

  • Alchemy Global partners with PGI

    Alchemy Global are now delighted to be using PGI’s Risk Portal to complement its existing in-country awareness and operational excellence

    Friday, August 25th, 2017

    Alchemy Global are now delighted to be using PGI’s Risk Portal to complement its existing in-country awareness and operational excellence. PGI is a privately owned UK business offering integrated, intelligence-led risk management solutions. They operate in emerging and frontier markets, complex jurisdictions and environments, and draw their experience and expertise from the UK government, intelligence,

  • Residential and estate security

    Residential and estate security: how to keep your property safe and secure

    Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

    Your home is not only the place where you should feel your safest, but it’s also where your heirlooms, family, and other valuables remain. With so much of your wealth and emotion being tied into your residential property, it’s vital that you keep it protected against break-ins, burglaries, and other criminal related threats. Although a

  • How technology is utilised in corporate security

    How technology is utilised in corporate security

    Thursday, June 8th, 2017

    When it comes to your business, ensuring the safety of your staff, facility, event, or organisation as a whole should be your highest priority. This is due to the fact that in many areas, there’s a metaphorical ‘arms race’ going on; as a result, criminals are adopting more and more advanced methods in their bid

  • UEFA Finals at Cardiff National Stadium

    What we can learn from the upcoming UEFA finals

    Thursday, June 1st, 2017

    With two terrorist attacks taking place in as many months (the second of which was the most-deadly attack in almost ten years), the United Kingdom is on high alert. The country’s threat level was temporarily raised to critical, suggesting another attack was ‘imminent’; this is the first time this has happened since 2013. This is