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Macroeconomic and Risk Intelligence
For forward-looking risk management framework
Center for Risk Management Strategy (CRMS) provides macroeconomic and risk intelligence as well as stress scenarios in order to visualize and materialize clients' key concerns.
- Stress scenarios derived from risk intelligence around the world
- Deloitte Risk Intelligence Services from Deloitte
- Global Risk Heat Map
- Asian Risk Heat Map
- Stress Scenarios Review
Stress scenarios derived from risk intelligence around the world
The fundamental reason to carry out risk management practices and business planning is to have a radar that allows you to be vigilant against any negative events that could happen in the future and always be ready for them. For this, senior management first needs intelligence that could transform the fear of future events, such as: ‘Will the Chinese economy continue to slowdown?’, ‘What is the impact of Brexit?’, ‘Will Japan face an economic downturn due to the Abenomics failure?’ etc. – to a tangible and persuasive stress scenario. These clear scenarios then enable senior management to clarify the impacts of these events on their businesses and financial conditions.
However, collecting and analyzing all of the information available globally requires companies to secure a vast number of economists and risk managers with high-level analytical skills as well as the advanced data systems. Unfortunately, many companies cannot afford to bear the cost of such staff and IT systems. However, Deloitte’s clients do not have to because they depend on Deloitte, which acts as their research engine to provide various macroeconomic research and risk intelligence, allowing management and financial planning divisions to “visualize the vague concerns” in a timely manner, yet at a low cost.