Our consultants have a wide range of expertise within the private, public and voluntary sectors, allowing us to bring you the most up-to-date risk & strategic management principles and techniques.
Our associates come from a variety of professional backgrounds and each project we undertake draws upon and benefits from resources across the entire firm.
Every organisation requires a dedicated programme of robust training and development in order to meet its strategic goals and ensure its human resources are fit and proper.
Our training approach is aimed at achieving the following:
Achieving the same thing at a lower cost
Achieving improved results at the same cost
Achieving increased result at lower cost
By using creative and inspirational techniques
Risk Edutainment - Moremi (0.5 day or 1 day)
Moremi is a one day Risk Management course exploring the Impact of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and its link with Performance & Reward management.
Through a live play, this course teaches Enterprise Risk Management & Leadership principles using classical African folklore.
Bespoke (In-house) Risk Management training
In-house courses are an efficient use of staff time and are extremely cost-effective when several members of staff need to be trained.
We will tailor our courses to meet your needs, or work with you to develop a course just for you. We believe that maximum benefit can be achieved through customising the practical workshop and case study content of courses for your organisation or sector.
We have helped many organisations to define their vision for managing risk and developed strategies to help deliver these objectives.
Our approach helps us to understand the organisation’s risk profile and consider options for effective and efficient solutions. We help organisations establish the infrastructure needed to deliver real and evidence-based Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) strategies.
Solvency II is a fundamental review of the capital adequacy regime for European insurers and reinsurers, planned to take effect from 2013. It aims to establish a revised set of EU-wide capital requirements, valuation techniques and risk management standards that will replace the current Solvency I requirements.
Solvency II’s primary objective is to strengthen policyholder protection by aligning capital requirements and management decisions more closely with the risk profile. This will include: