It’s Time to Get Control.®
When you identify risks, you can proactively manage them.
Creating and maintaining a resilient enterprise risk management system is no longer a competitive advantage, it’s a requirement for consistent growth and success. Legacy processes and systems, outdated policies and procedures and new and changing regulations all conspire to unnecessarily expose organizations to otherwise manageable risks. This puts the legal and compliance functions in a reactive position of costly remediation. Moreover, such an environment causes tension between risk managers and process owners, when instead all parties should be working in concert to attain growth targets and achieve other organizational objectives.
When you embed risk management into processes, organizational agility increases.
Our CPAs and Certified Fraud Examiners have a deep and broad understanding of how efficiently embedding risk management into core processes helps minimize fraud, regulatory violations, and other inherent business risks. For example, after helping a $400 million medical device company through its first year of Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 compliance, we assumed more responsibility in subsequent years as the only returning firm. Over the past decade, we have led similar initiatives to help companies of all sizes develop, implement and improve risk management programs. Our expertise includes, but is not limited to:
- Risk Assessments
- Fraud Prevention Programs
- Compliance Programs
- Contract Management
- Corporate Governance
When organizational agility increases, growth objectives can be achieved.
By empowering employees to prevent or minimize the costs of adverse events, LegalEye® ERM helps clients increase their agility, resilience and responsiveness in the face of a shifting risk landscape. After all, the less time employees have to spend responding to adverse consequences, the more time they can devote to what they were hired to do: Help your organization achieve its objectives. What’s more, such systems allow risk managers to focus on the horizon and plan accordingly, whether growth is pursued organically or through acquisition.