for strategic sustainability

Corporate strategy & GRC for Business Security and Compliance

The Assotiation assists in developing tailored corporate strategies to enhance business's security and resilience in an ever-evolving landscape. With a comprehensive approach, we conduct thorough Governance models, Risk assessments, and Compliance stangarts to provide proactive defense measures, anti-crisis planning, and staff training to help your business successfully navigate challenges and maintain stability.
  • Strategic Risk Assessment
    The Association is competent to assess strategic risks:

    • regulatory risks and risks of changes in legislation;
    • reputational risks and corporate profile risks;
    • risks of non-fulfillment of obligations by key business partners, suppliers and customers;
    • risks of financial and criminal liability;
    • compliance risk: from sanctions risks to corruption and monopoly risks
  • Strategic Initiatives Design
    The association helps develop specific initiatives for the sustainable development of the company and its business. These initiatives could be:

    • strategic and cross-functional, that are integrated part of corporate strategies and business plans;
    • initiatives for specific functions and departments: compliance, security, legal, finance, HR;
    • rriority and escalation management
  • Governance, Culture and Leadership
    We are ready to carry out integration in the format of an independent director, member of the board of directors. In this case, we will take responsibility for developing security and compliance strategies, corporate culture strategies, and also provide support to specific functions (divisions of the company). We have wide experience in various industries: logistics and transport, IT, construction, FMCG, energy, retail and pharmaceuticals.

Corporate Security Strategy by the Association

The mission of the Association is to assist the business community in strategic planning
The Association has developed a unique (and the first of its kind) standard “Corporate Security Strategic Planning Platform”, which can be used by any company:

  • for shareholders and owners, for board of directors, for CEO (company head) and management team (top managers)
  • as part of strategic sessions
  • and for writing individual sections (slots) of a global (corporate) strategy
  • as well as for the development of functional strategies / plans for departments of the (economic) security service, internal audit, audit commissions, compliance, as well as risk managers, ISO / QMS departments.

In addition, the Platform will help develop individual initiatives: anti-corruption plans, strategies for managing overdue receivables, etc.

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Board of Directors / Supervisory Boarf for business security and risk management!

Strategic planning itself is still a challenge for most companies. Perhaps one of the tools for success can be the practice of corporate governance - the board of directors. My personal experience has shown that integrating corporate security into the agenda of this strategic structure can provide significant protection of business sustainability.
  • Reasons to invite a corporate security & GRC expert to the Board of Directors

    strategic development, i.e. when the company has appropriate structures, divisions and experts, but there is no clear holistic strategy and development plans, when the CEO and/or shareholders cannot formulate their vision of business security and expectations from this practice;
    strengthening of expertise, i.e. when a company requires a special level of competencies, but hiring appropriate employees in departments does not seem appropriate;
    independent competent opinion, i.e. when it is important for shareholders and/or CEO to have an alternative and independent point of view both on strategic directions and on specific cases and issues.
  • Functions and tasks of an independent director as a GRC provider

    strategic level:
    - development and support of a business security & GRC strategy and evaluation of success;
    - interaction with members of the board of directors.
    management level:
    - selection of a team, assessment and development of their competencies, support of design functional plans;
    - assessment of the HR/personnel effectiveness;
    - support for changes in business processes and tools.
    operational level - participation in making important strategic and operational decisions, including through relevant GRC committees.