Globalization of trade and production have increased financial and direct investment in volatile emerging markets. In addition, in both developed and emerging economies, capital markets have become more important as a means of allocating resources. As a result, both banks and nonfinancial firms find that the number, type, and extent of their exposures have increased significantly.
As such risk management has also attracted attention as a result of the repeated and well publicised failures associated with its implementation. Poor attention is still being paid to risk management and frequent instances still occur when sophisticated investors or firms experience sudden, unexpected, and devastating losses. It is our aim to see you through this minefield to protect the interest of all stakeholders with the successful implementation of a robust risk management strategy and plan.
We therefore focus on the associated risks inherent with finance, physical assets and the management of: