We help companies strengthen risk management with an innovative approach that drives growth

These days companies deal with large volumes of information and at Grant Thornton we can advise you on how to manage this to optimise your business model and improve profitability.

We work swiftly and accurately with a risk assessment and measurement methodology that ensures the main threats to your business’ day-to-day activity are effectively controlled and managed.

At Grant Thornton we dedicate all our efforts to finding out and interpreting the risks to which the pharmaceutical, automotive, telecommunications and energy industries, as well as financial institutions, are exposed.


Our solutions

Structure of risk management and control

Risk management follows a predetermined model that enables the alignment of the strategy and business plan of financial and non-financial organisations with the risks inherent in their activity, within the scope of certain compulsory regulatory requirements.

We define the structure of the business model, its functions and interactions and quantify vulnerabilities, which enables us to anticipate adverse situations. We also put in place risk management mechanisms in order to adopt preventive measures or intervene after an actual risk situation.

Risk analysis and modelling

Risk modelling ensures the continuity and solvency of companies, calling for highly qualified experts in finance and statistics and econometrics models.

We thoroughly analyse and review the concepts and models of the requirements for regulatory compliance.

Technological innovation in the financial sector

Applying new information analysis and modelling techniques enables the impact of any change in the business to be projected and anticipated.

These new analytical techniques boost reaction capacity and facilitate decision making and the introduction of preventive actions.

We use innovative strategies in the modelling field to make the most of the information and thereby achieve: enhanced risk management, earlier decision making, improved client experience, etc. And all of this, in turn, facilitates strategic decision making and improves profitability.

Regulatory trends – Financial sector challenges

The regulatory framework continues to be one of the fundamental elements informing the activity of financial institutions. At a time when the financial sector is evolving and new players or technologies such as Blockchain are coming into play, it is a challenge for supervisors to combine regulatory compliance with technological change.

Talk to us

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about this service, contact Jaime Romano.