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Risk Management

Efficient and effective business risk management

Business operations involve taking risks. Those risks, however, should not endanger the continuity of your business.

Judicious enterprise management requires in-depth knowledge of the nature and magnitude of the business risks being taken.

That is why it is essential that every business equip itself with an effective, flexible and well-calibrated risk management system.

Industrial risks cannot be managed through insurance alone

Insurance is not a panacea for all ills. Risks may be insurable, but it is advisable to invest in prevention and protection. An Enterprise Risk Management system will allow you to:

  • protect against risks that can compromise your business’ profitability and continuity
  • prevent the risks themselves, by acting on their causes and not only on their effects
  • encourage the discovery of opportunities by analysing internal processes and business organization
  • contribute to effecting strategic changes, where necessary
  • facilitate access to credit
  • optimise insurance coverage and expenditures
  • strengthen company compliance.

To this end, a path will be developed which provides for:

  1. Identification of the resources available to the company
  2. Risk identification
  3. Risk assessment
  4. Risk control, for the purpose of preventing/reducing the risk
  5. The direct assumption – in whole or in part – of any financially sustainable risks
  6. Transfer of the risk to third parties or to the insurer
  7. Monitoring of the evolution of the risks and of the risk management programme put into effect.

More informed risk control

It is possible to draw up a more informed policy if, while preparing and choosing insurance products, the findings of the analysis are taken into account.

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