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EXECUTIVES & MANAGEMENT

EXECUTIVES & MANAGEMENT

When it gets dicey...
In your role as CEO, CFO, CRO, Head of Internal Audit, Head of Legal & Compliance or Head of HR, you face challenges daily. And as if the normal day-to-day activities weren’t enough, in every large company critical situations come up again and again. Especially with regard to non-compliance and fraud.
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PREPARED AND ACTIONABLE.

Managing the incident - protecting reputation.

Crises (regardless of how big they are) always come at the wrong time, they mess up the usual routines and keep you away from your daily tasks. Not to mention the consequences that can really do damage on many levels, harming not only the company.

Those accountable are at least as vulnerable when it comes to maintaining their own reputations. In the end you are the one responsible to the owners and the board of directors.

A case of non-compliance, fraud or cyber crime – just like any other event that can end in a crisis – runs in phases, which require different levels of attention from you and your company. You can choose when you want to be active where. Depending on the stage and the starting situation, you run into a wide range of challenges to be overcome and decisions to be made. Often as quickly as possible.

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EXECUTIVES.

AND.

 MANAGEMENT.

 

SERVICES FOR EXECUTIVES & MANAGEMENT.

Your responsibility - our support: categorized in the lifecycle of non-compliance, white-collar and cyber crime.

01.

PREVENTION
Be prepared - understand your responsibility
In order to remain able to act at any time, you need tools and structures that make risks visible to you, reveal consequences and make them easier to deal with.
  • Social engineering training: your competitive advantage and biggest risk

  • Sensitisation: success factor No.1 when it comes to prevention
  • Onboarding of key players and functions withing the organization and service providers
  • Challenging the risk assessment as part of regulatory requirements

  • Third party due diligence and the creation of background information as part of the risk analysis
  • Strategic taylored reputation management

02.

DETECTION
Be aware - understand the red flags
You suspect or already know that irregularities can occur, or you see a potential crisis or event coming. It is necessary to (re)act accordingly.
  • Analysis and gap identification of your internal control system

  • Analysis of implemented incident response management
  • Definition and evaluation of red flags as early-warning indicators
  • Development of strategic monitoring the early-warning indicators KPI

  • Gap analysis of existing guidelines. e.g. code of conduct (CoC)

     

  • Stress and penetration test for existing incident management

     

     

03.

RESPONSE
Be actionable - professional actions are required
What you need now is clarity regarding what has happened and a strategy for the future. After that, the dust settles and we can turn to implementing the findings.
  • Conducting internal investigations establishing the facts
  • Fact finding reporting for internal and external purpose
  • Strategic communication concept (internal and external) in an emergency (non-compliance, cyber and white collar crime)
  • Providing Expert opinion

  • Interviews: preparation, conducting, reporting and training
  • Global interdisciplinary project management
  • Interim experts filling gaps in compliance, finance, investigation

     

USE CASES FOR EXECUTIVES & MANAGEMENT.

What works in real and virtual life

THE CASE STUDIES
There is no such thing as learning from experience. Our own or the ones from others in the peer group.