In our Insights Blog, our guidance, perspectives and philosophies are not just views of our environment. They are reflections on the leadership and expertise we have delivered to clients.
Risk executive guidance. Embedded risk and quality management techniques in the operations
Risk mitigation frameworks, decomposed into financial, operational, reputation, and supplier oversight, among others.
Compliance management coaching at executive and manager level
Structured crisis management / disaster recovery planning
Coaching and leadership for risk management teams in audit readiness
Business continuity planning
We have driven,
and continue to drive,
all of the above.
Engage us in analytical action, consultative execution, as well as interim leadership.
For your firm's future.
Drive returns that last.
SOX . . . HIPAA . . . 21CFR . . . ISO . . . GAMP . . .NIST...
All standards should align to Enterprise Risk Management.
Regulatory bodies in all domains generally seek the same assurance - a predictable and controlled environment, good business practices and quality mechanics.
But the cost of risk management does not need to be burdensome; well-implemented and federated enterprise assurance is optimally built into day-to-day operations, via a risk management practice and paradigm.
Thorough and feasible control structures and automation all contribute to a competitive and protected enterprise.
Leading risk management across the firm requires a connected lens that can monitor the corporate condition while drilling down into various domains.
Your clients also expect that appropriate disaster recovery, business continuity and crisis management strategies are in place; well-structured risk mitigation keeps your operation secure.
Is your risk management driven by a federated model, which optimizes departmental operations, yet aligns to a rationalized and holistic framework?
Are risk management calculations reconciled to a control framework and enterprise-wide control management?
Do you scramble to deal with an audit? Or is audit management an expected and prepared part of your business operation?
Risk and compliance handling is not just for client and regulatory comfort. It is sound business practice, which can be implemented and managed without disruption to today's urgent customer needs.
Thinking of enterprise risk management as value-add, rather than overhead, results in higher returns and repeat customers.