- Regulatory Compliance & Audit
- Enterprise Risk Management
- ESG & Responsible Investing
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a critical tool for helping organizations achieve their strategic objectives.
ERM involves identifying, measuring, monitoring, reporting, and responding to risks across an enterprise.
ERM is not interchangeable with compliance or internal audit. Organizations that rely on one as a substitute for another do so at their peril. ERM must be aligned with strategy setting and performance goals—within the context of enterprise-wide risk appetite.
Whatever your needs, we will work with you to develop a right-sized ERM program that supports your strategic objectives and organizational capabilities. Our team will help identify and coordinate related activities among various legal, operational, internal audit and compliance functions to leverage existing resources and save you time and money.
Organizations that have implemented some form of ERM already have a competitive advantage. They are well-positioned to meet regulatory obligations, as well as investor expectations. Whether your ERM Program is brand new, or has been established for a while, you should ensure it is the most effective for your organization—we will:
Evaluate the suitability of your existing ERM framework based on your strategic objectives
Identify and remediate program weaknesses
Recommend practical enhancements that leverage existing resources, maximize efficiencies and drive stakeholder value.
For organizations that have not yet implemented an ERM program, the process may seem overwhelming. Our specialists will help you put an existing ERM framework or standard into place. If an existing framework is not practical for your organization, we will develop a customized ERM program for you. Organizations of all sizes have relied on our expertise in the design and implementation of ERM frameworks and standards, including:
COSO Enterprise Risk Management – Integrating with Strategy and Performance
ISO 31000 Risk Management
OCEG Red Book 3.0 (GRC Capability Model).