We propose a portfolio of integrated solutions, developed around the concepts of risk, control, and reliability. The overall goal of these solutions is to help our customers improve their ability to react promptly to risks and changes that may occur in their companies, by making conscious decisions for their businesses.
Working together with our customers we identify areas that could benefit from additional control, supervision and protection. This allows our customers to be on the right track and to plan business decisions based on a structured process and supported by suitable risk information.
Business Continuity Management
Business Continuity Management is the management process that first identifies potential risks that could threaten a company, and subsequently develops a resilient management system that is able to provide an immediate and effective response in the event of an accident, protecting the interests, the reputation and the activities of all involved parties. The main goal of business continuity management is to allow a company to continue its main business activities in adverse conditions, by introducing appropriate resilient strategies, recovery time objectives, solutions for technological and organizational continuity, risk management of business interruption measures and crisis management plans.
With the term Risk management, we refer to the set of processes through which a company identifies, analyzes, quantifies, eliminates and monitors risks related to a certain production process. The main objective of Risk Management is to minimize losses and maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of production processes.
Key Steps in the risk management process:
- Context definition;
- Risks identification;
- Risk analysis;
- Risk assessment;
- Risk control.
Financial Statement Audit
We provide audits that are carried out with uniform quality standards; creating a multidisciplinary team that is able to handle the most complex issues and implementing the most efficient and current revision prospects. The main purpose of an audit is to provide an independent guarantee that the management, in its financial statements, has presented a “truthful and correct” vision of the company’s performance and financial position.