THE GRC GAP & MATURITY ASSESSMENT
THE GRC GAP & MATURITY ASSESSMENT
This assessment is a process that evaluates an organization’s Governance, Risk, and Compliance practices using a GRC Capability Model, with the support of strong corporate governance. The assessment provides an overview of the current maturity level of the organization and an executive summary of the results.
It refers to the formal process of establishing rules, procedures, guidelines, and conventions that define the roles, responsibilities, behaviors, and decisions made on behalf of all stakeholders in a corporation. The purpose of this process is to achieve a specific level of performance in the organization through coordination and integration of various practices. It is essential for the smooth functioning of a company and to ensure that all stakeholders’ interests are taken into consideration.
The demand for boards to improve risk management in organizations has increased, and our services address this need. We provide various services, including assessing the maturity of governance processes, developing and implementing corporate governance frameworks, and providing development programs for boards and executives. Our approach is based on leading practices and regulatory requirements to tailor solutions to meet the specific needs and priorities of our clients. We also offer business risk mitigation services to further support our clients.
We provide regulatory compliance solutions to help regulators and regulated parties manage evolving local and cross-border regulations. Our tailored approach includes anti-money laundering (MAO/counter-terrorist financing (CIF) and sanctions compliance programs, training, and post-implementation advisory services. We aim to build clear reporting processes between regulators and regulated parties, promote compliance culture, and support our clients through any possible investigation by regulators.
Risk management involves identifying and managing events or actions that may prevent an organization from achieving its goals. Effective risk management can lead to better performance and higher profits, while poor risk management can lead to losses and damage to reputation. Companies need to intelligently take risks and manage them through execution. There are two types of risks: rewarded risks that have potential upsides, and unrewarded risks that have only downsides. Boards are expected to play a key role in risk management. Our services include evaluating governance processes, defining the board’s risk oversight role, setting risk appetite, fostering a risk intelligent culture, and incorporating risk intelligence into strategy.
We offer customized solutions to help clients with preventing, detecting, remedying or responding to various issues such as fraud, corruption, misconduct, misuse of assets, regulatory compliance, anti-money laundering (AML), among others. Our expertise includes fraud risk management, project reviews, AML compliance, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), class-action and mass-action investigations, and corporate financial accounting.
Internal Audit provides several benefits such as accurate financial and management information, shareholder interest protection, better risk management, and improved stakeholder perception. The Internal Audit process includes three phases: risk identification and assessment, internal control procedure assessment, and documentation development with recommendations for improvement. The goal is to develop and implement the right controls to mitigate risks specific to the organization.
We offer technology services, including advisory, training. certification, and business intelligence, to help organizations address opportunities and risks related to technology. They assist with IT governance and compliance with global standards. Additionally, we provide services for business continuity and disaster recovery, including identifying critical functions, developing policies and strategies, and testing and validation.