Risk Management

Risk Advisory Services

Business risk describes the potential that the viability and financial health of your company can be damaged by providing poor service, a defective product, or involvement in litigation. At JR Wright Business advisory we realize that managing these risks is an essential part of reaching your business goals. Our risk management services are proven to eliminate or reduce those risks to an acceptable level.


  • Risk Tolerance Determination
    Risk Tolerance Determination consists of identifying the extent to which the organization is prepared to experience losses or opportunity costs in the effort to achieve organizational objectives.
  • Unrelated organization Income Tax (UBIT)Analysis
    Unrelated organization Income Tax (UBIT)Analysis consists of evaluating income coming from trade or organization that is regularly carried on and not substantially related to the charitable, educational, or other purpose that is the basis of the organization’s exemption
  • Governance Operating Model Development
    Governance Operating Model Development consists of designing and implementing the governance and compliance structure that may assist the board and management in fulfilling their governance roles.
  • Executive Remuneration Schemes Calibration
    Executive Remuneration Schemes Calibration consists of critical review in the existing executive compensation plans to seek more transparent compensation processes.
  • Advanced Sensitivity Analysis
    Advanced Sensitivity Analysis consists of determining how programed performance is affected by the changes in assumptions using advanced modeling and simulation techniques (often used for testing computer systems and IT scenarios).
  • Risk Management Benchmarking
    Risk Management Benchmarking consists of evaluating an organization’s current approach to risk management against global and industry peer groups.
  • Risk Management Evaluation
    Risk Management Evaluation consists of assessing the most appropriate strategy for managing risk to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events.
  • Risk Management Culture Evaluation
    Risk Management Culture Evaluation consists of assessing the risk management culture and how it may be improved and sustained within the organization.
  • Enterprise Risk Framework Review
    Enterprise Risk Framework Review consists of complex risk framing, decision analysis and diagnostic review of an organization’s risk frameworks.
  • Risk Identification
    Risk Identification consists of identifying key risks impacting the execution of the organization plan and assessing the effectiveness of overall risk management.
  • Risk Quantification
    Risk Quantification consists of improving the quantification and measurement of risks, risk probability and its impact.
  • Risk Analysis
    Risk Analysis refers to the assessment of uncertainty about forecasted future cash flows streams, variance of portfolio/stock returns, statistical analysis to determine the probability of a program’s success or failure, and possible future economic states.
  • Insurance Needs Analysis
    Insurance needs analysis consists of reviewing the insurance and self insurance strategies through risk finance and insurance assessments.
  • Post Incident Review
    Post Incident Review consists of evaluating what happened and why after every major incident. This helps to reduce the probability of recurrence and improve response activities


  • Database Security Controls Review
    Database Security Controls Review consist of evaluating the information security controls implemented by an organization. Database Security Controls protect databases (potentially including the data, the database applications or stored functions, the database systems, the database servers and the associated network links) against compromises of their confidentiality, integrity and availability.
  • IT General Controls Review
    IT General Controls Review consists of gaining an overall impression of the controls that are present in the environment surrounding the information systems. These include the organizational and administrative structure of the IS function, the existence of policies and procedures for the day-to-day operations, availability of staff and their skills and the overall control environment.
  • IT Application Controls Review
    IT Application Controls Review consists of evaluating the subset of internal controls that relate to an application system and the information managed by that application.  These include manual and automated activities that ensure that information conforms to certain criteria as business requirements. These criteria are effectiveness, efficiency, confidentiality, integrity, availability, compliance and reliability.
  • Information Technology (IT) Audit
    Information Technology (IT) Audit consists of an examination of the management controls within an Information technology (IT) infrastructure. The evaluation of obtained evidence determines if the information systems are safeguarding assets, maintaining data integrity, and operating effectively to achieve the organization’s goals or objectives.
  • Continuous Control Monitoring (CCM)
    Continuous Control Monitoring (CCM) consists of repeatable process which supports continuous control or fraud monitoring initiatives.
  • Infrastructure Security Review
    Infrastructure Security Review consists of exploring the weaknesses in the design, implementation and configuration of an organization’s networks as well as servers. This ensures that enough security controls are enabled to fully protect the information assets.
  • Pre and Post Implementation Systems Reviews
    Pre and Post Implementation System Review refers to evaluating whether program objectives were met, determining how effectively the program was run and learning lessons for the future. This is to ensure that the organization gets the greatest possible benefit from the program.