The Firm

The Beginning of Giuliani Partners

Rudy Giuliani and Bernard Kerik
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his former police commissioner Bernard Kerik.

In the closing days of his mayoral term in 2001, Rudy Giuliani got city permission to form a security and management consulting firm with a handful of his long-time aides. Giuliani Partners started business in early 2002 with about a dozen employees, a handful of clients and a strategic partnership with Ernst & Young. Today, its staff has grown fourfold and its various business ventures have grossed more than $100 million. Over the years, Giuliani Partners has formed several subsidiaries, including an investment bank called Giuliani Capital Advisors, Giuliani Compliance Japan and security companies called Giuliani-Kerik, Giuliani Security & Safety (which replaced Giuliani-Kerik) and Giuliani Security & Safety Asia.

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