Put simply risk management is about identifying and managing the risks that could impact your organisation or charity.
For charities and not-for-profit organisations this might include reputational risk, cyber and information risk, sustainability and a look at emerging risks, to name a few.
We offer a wide range of services to better help you understand, manage and prevent risk allowing you to concentrate on your day-to-day activities. This could include making inspections and producing reports or offering training courses to help your staff handle risk management better.
Our risk experts will work together with your front-line staff and key decision-makers to identify and mitigate any threats to your success.
We’ve worked closely with The Guardian to create a range of risk insight guides which cover a range of relevant topics.
A fresh look at reputation risks for charities
Future proof: Ensuring the sustainability of your charity
Planning for and dealing with major incidents
Understanding the impact of cyber and information risk
People power: Why trustees, staff, volunteers and donors matter
Understanding the impact of emerging risks
Abiding by the rule book: Charity regulation and what it means for your organisation
We partnered with third sector journal, Charity Times to understand the perceived top risks of charity organisations. Organisations took part in a survey between December 2014 and February 2015 and the 16-page report below highlights financial risk, fraud, technology and supply chains and partners as risks.
Charity risk survey: Attitudes and approaches to risk in the voluntary sector