Today’s risks are complex and interconnected, with new risks emerging rapidly. Volatility is increasing, along with regulatory pressure. We have seen major disruptions to business cycles over the last three decades, including the dot-com crash, the global financial crisis and the recent Covid-19 pandemic. Volatility seems likely to increase, along with threats from known and unknown places. Regulation is unlikely to become less complex or less demanding. In this environment, every organization needs to improve its risk management capabilities.
We work with Chief Finance Officers, Chief Risk Officers and other senior risk and compliance executives to help them manage their risk agenda across five key areas: Cyber Risk, Operational Risk & Resilience, Fraud & Financial Crime, Regulatory & Compliance and Financial Risk.
Helping manage the risk of financial loss, disruption or reputational damage due to threats, vulnerabilities or failure in networks, computers, programs and data, from connection to digital infrastructure or industrial control systems. Learn more.
Operational risk & resilience
Helping manage the risk of loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people and systems or from external events. Enabling organizations to become resilient to adverse events.
Fraud & financial crime
Helping define and implement the blueprint for fit-for-future capabilities in areas such as Anti-money Laundering (AML), Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Fraud, leveraging the latest technologies and innovation using AI and advanced analytics.
Regulatory & compliance
Helping reduce the cost of compliance and response time to regulatory changes with greater consistency of execution and enhanced control — leveraging technology innovation and operating model transformation.
Enabling management of credit, market and liquidity risks and capital requirements to meet financial obligations, leveraging data, analytics and technology for efficient risk decision making.