Risk consulting

Our risk consulting practice is committed to helping our clients evolve their business models and thrive within an increasingly complex environment. The team advises clients across the full spectrum of compliance, governance, and risk management matters, working in partnership with the firm’s lawyers to deliver holistic, comprehensive and business-focused advice.

The practice is a key component of our wider risk advisory offering, which provides proactive, integrated and global advice in relation to the new and quickly evolving risk landscape clients are facing. Comprised of experienced individuals who have held senior positions within global financial institutions and consultancies, as well as former regulators, our team focuses on helping risk and compliance functions discharge their responsibilities, delivering independent assurance, assessment and remediation services, and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of control environments and governance frameworks.

Our areas of work include

  • Board effectiveness
  • Board training
  • Controls testing
  • Design and operational effectiveness testing
  • Financial crime, including anti-money laundering, sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption
  • Governance and oversight
  • Operational resilience
  • Regulator engagement
  • Regulator-mandated reviews
  • Regulatory authorizations
  • Regulatory change
  • Remediation and redress schemes
  • Reporting and management information
  • Risk and compliance frameworks
  • Sales processes and post-sales handling
  • Staff training and development
  • Vulnerable customers

Contact

Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright US Consultores em Direito Estrangeiro

Knowledge

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Publication

Global supply chain management: Market rationalization and exit risks

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Publication

Optimising supply chain management through robust governance and risk management practices

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Publication

How financial institutions can apply lessons learned on operational resilience in light of COVID-19

News