Enterprise Risk Management

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is one of those important but not urgent set of processes that too often takes the back-burner at companies, leaving them exposed to enormously adverse consequences of a wide variety of events. Even the most sophisticated companies, which have robust enterprise risk management programs, frequently do a good job of assessing the risk but only a mediocre job of providing effective countermeasures to prevent the risks from materializing. In his many years of managing ERM for multi-billion-dollar enterprises, Ephraim Starr has learned to separate what works from what doesn’t in a risk management program. He would be pleased to help you implement or improve your ERM, whether by providing a basic framework, assessing the most significant risks, or developing specific countermeasures.