RISK INTELLIGENCE THAT EMPOWERS THE CHIEF RISK OFFICERS FOR THE CHALLENGES OF EMERGING MARKETS
Security Threat & Operational Risk Management
MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF OPERATIONAL RISKS IN EMERGING MARKETS
The last financial crisis in the world forcefully demonstrated that large corporates and financial institutions had inadequate systems for Operational Risk Management. This led to the rise of the Chief Risk Officers, with the responsibility to report and manage risk across all aspects of the enterprise, internal and external.
ORKASH_STORM is an integrated risk-intelligence SaaS platform for the Chief Risk Officers to manage and mitigate risks across the external footprint of an enterprise. Our focus is primarily the uncertain but high growth markets of MENA, South Asia, India and SE Asia.
STORM : A Risk Intelligence platform, designed for the Board Members, the Chief Risk Officers and the Chief Security Officers of global corporates and International Financial Institutions
Risk Intelligence & Analytics that continuously monitors, assesses potential impact, and custom rates the threat environment and the operational risks across the entire external footprint of an enterprise, its business linkages & dependencies
Track & analyze every entity, every event, every issue, every location at the global and the local level in the context of the ‘foot-print’ of an enterprise for risk related developments
STORM provides 24x7 Risk Intelligence & Analytics covering every dimension of (external) operational risk drivers specific to a company and its operations at the Global, Regional and Local level
Monitor any & all issues, new developments and events that constitute risk drivers for reputation, business ethics, brand equity, corporate leadership, human or capital assets, external stakeholders, supply chains, business continuity and physical security, amongst other factors.
Templated frameworks to asses & predict impact of the risk environment associated with geo-politics, public policy, governance & corruption, social stability, terrorism, and natural hazards.
Interpret the local socio-cultural, socio-political and demographic influences and context.
WHAT CAN STORM DO FOR YOU
Macro & micro view of risk exposure across locations and operating entities and their dependencies
Create long-term/short-term risk models & thresholds, that incorporate local triggers & drivers of risk, with a global perspective of impact, value-at-risk, governance and compliance
Integrated Dashboards and Algorithmic Metrics for monitoring, rating, and predicting operationalrisks and security threats
Seamlessly fuse corporate data of operational assets, people, key clients, external stakeholders like vendor/suppliers, supply chains, etc. for risk mapping
Geospatial & Risk Events based situational awareness and trends analysis. ‘Slice & ice’ views across issues, assets and risk categories
Create a real-time Situational Awareness view of company’s operational risk environment at global as-well-as local level - operational assets, reputation, brands, supply chains, travellers, etc
Algorithmic Metrics and Interactive Mechanisms to answer ‘what, where, when, why,who’ & how (5W 1H) for assessing cause, influence, impact and consequences
Assess and analyze ‘what happened where’ and ‘how can it impact my company and its assets’
CASE STUDY: A South Asian Infrastructure Fund
Intelligence for risk assessment and mitigation for the largest South Asian Infrastructure Fund of a global investment bank for its investments into highways and power plant projects across various Indian states
STORM generated detailed intelligence on the key risk issues related to land acquisition, local community opposition, and the vested interests of political mafias in various mega infrastructure projects at the feasibility study stage.
Key risks that emerged included out-of-ordinary factors of activism and political influences that had the opposition party influence the local community against land acquisition for these projects as a potential vote-earner.
Net Result: The client devised targeted strategies and social intervention programs to address the local issues. It engaged with the state officials on specific support needed to counter the vested interests, and monitored the impact & outcome using STORM.