we are all about helping companies manage the unexpected risks to their business

Have you already experienced major problems in your business that you never saw coming?

Do you have a business which is growing, yet you worry about how your business will cope with what might be around the corner?

Do you ever wonder why some companies survive and grow even after experiencing major business shocks, yet others sink?

More and more businesses are safeguarding their future, so if you haven’t already then you should invest in our Business Shock-Proofing process.

We offer solutions to complex risks. From our locations in the UK, USA, Hong Kong and Australia and using our years of expertise across a broad variety of companies and sectors we can help you gain a greater understanding of the threats, dangers and risks that may impact your business.

Our analysis, modeling, advice and solutions result in a more resilient business, with financial and reputational protection from your up-skilled, more risk aware team.

Unlike other consultancies we believe that our fees should be tied to performance and results. We are so confident in our approach that if we do not deliver value that is greater than a multiple of our fees then you pay nothing.

Here are some of the kinds of risks we’ve helped businesses identify, analyse and control:

  • Product Contamination & Quality
  • Class Action Liabilities
  • Obsolete Products
  • Crime, Fraud & Theft
  • Loss of Major Customers
  • Excessive Contractual Risks
  • Ineffective Marketing and Market Penetration
  • Major cyclical and secular market changes
  • Ineffective Processes
  • Out of Control Expenses
  • Failed investment decisions
  • Fire & Explosion
  • Supply Chain & Energy Disruptions
  • Obsolete Plant
  • Poor Workforce Engagement
  • Skills / Expertise Gaps

The first step in the risk management process is to acknowledge the reality of risk. Denial is a common tactic that substitutes deliberate ignorance for thoughtful planning.


If you do not actively attack the risks, they will actively attack you.


It may be a very small probability, but if it’s not zero then the only point that can be debated is when the risk will arise, not if.


Yesterday’s bullet won’t kill you. Tomorrow’s bullet just might.