Take Risks With Confidence
Does your firm need an outside eye to come in and review how flexible and resilient your teams and plans really are?
Are you looking to create a vibrant business ethics program to better inform employees and reduce insider threats?
Has your firm rewritten critical business contracts to ensure that your vendors will perform in compliance with the very regulations you are sworn to uphold?
Has anyone looked lately, especially at the board of directors level, at emerging threats that might threaten business success?
For the past five years, Annie Searle & Associates -- ASA Risk Consultants -- has helped companies better manage the types of risks that spring from the four operational aspects of any organization -- people, processes, systems and external events.
Use ASA consulting services to drive improvements in your policies, programs and business practices. Our toolset includes executive briefings, risk assessments and roadmaps, strategic planning, scenario design and testing. We can help you improve and align crisis management, technology resiliency, corporate and information security, all essential parts of enterprise risk management..
Engage the ASA Institute for Risk and Innovation to tap into ASA research and publications, research workshops, executive risk retreats and customized projects. If you are interested in submitting a research note for publication in ASA News & Notes and as part of our Reflections on Risk series, please review our guidelines first.
In all our efforts, we're here to help your firm take well-considered risks that support corporate innovation, growth and profitability.
Daily commentary on risk news that matters.
Annie has just published "Ebola Risk -- From Epidemic to Pandemic?" in the September issue of The Risk Universe magazine. This article complements the column she published earlier this month "Ebola Risk: Why We Should Care," in ASA News & Notes. Both articles can be found in the Research section of this website. Meanwhile she continues to work on her new book, with cases that study reputational and financial loss have both occurred. The book is tentatively titled, Executives and Risk: What Your Teams Won't Tell You.