Risk management

Risk management in an organization could be defined as a continuous process consisting of identifying uncertainties (risks and opportunities); assessment of risks from the point of view of probability, importance and time of their occurrence, as well as evaluation of possible consequences and related priority setting of risks.

Risk is the extent of uncertainty related to strategies and operations, the economic environment in which the organization operates, as well as risks related to business compliance with regulations and rules and financial reporting, and last but not least, risks related to company management.

The risks could be divided into:

Risks in the field of interest rates and in the field of currency operations

Credit and insurance risks

Liquidity risks

Risks in the field of business compliance with legislation

Contractual risks

Risks in the field of corporate management

Risks in the competitive field

Risks in the field of demand

Risks in the field of changes in the industry

Risks in the field of supply chain, political and other risks

Risks in the field of employment and property risks

Risks in the field of information systems

The supervisor has developed qualitative and quantitative process structures, which we integrate into your business and thereby identify, define and reduce your organization’s exposure.