Jules B. Kroll is an American businessman whose company, Kroll, Inc., is credited with founding the modern corporate investigations industry, in 1972. In 2004 Kroll was sold to Marsh & McLennan Companies for $1.9 billion.
|Born:||18, 1941, Bayside, Queens|
|Education:||B.A. Cornell University, J.D. Georgetown University Law Center|
|Known for:||Founder of Kroll Bond Rating Agency, and K2 Intelligence|
|Children:||4, including Nick Kroll|
About Jules B. Kroll
Founder of Krill Inc., a corporate risk consultancy. He made almost $2 billion from its sale. He invented the modern corporate investigations industry.
He took over his father's business, which was mired in corruption.
He applied his corruption-busting experience first with Marvel Comics and then the banking industry.
He is the father of comedian Nick Kroll.
He was on Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign.
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