Risk Management


  • Increasing restrictions from the regulatory environment and higher requirements from institutional investors lead to a drastically increasing importance of risk management
  • Prerequisite for comprehensive reporting capabilities
  • Best practice risk management increasing defines as success factor in the competition for institutional investors

Project approach

  • Recording of regulatory requirements (KAGB, Solvency II etc.) and investor requirements (transparency, interest divergence, reporting etc.)
  • Recording of status quo organisation, processes, role understanding
  • Mirroring best practice
  • Review resp. creation risk management systematic (integrated cycle)
  • Establishment resp. extension of measuring and assessment instruments
  • Organisational and procedural depiction
  • Development and/or implementation of risk management system
  • Steering of implementation and assurance of required documentation


  • Systematic recognition and assessment of risks (early warning function )
  • Better planning and assurance of success potentials in investments
  • Focussed, timely information to all addressees (management, fund managements, investors etc.)
  • Compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Triggering/maintenance of measures for the mastering or avoidance of risks
  • Strategic differentiation: Risk management as core competence
  • Superior reporting possibilities
  • Increase of transparency in the company