Your portfolio’s risk profile should reflect your ability to endure periods of market volatility, both financially and emotionally. Here are some questions that may help you evaluate your personal relationship with risk.
The road to victory in the acquisition game is not always a smooth one. Along the way, you’ll hit bumps, slick patches, possibly some potholes—and there are lots of opportunities to detour down alternate paths that may or may not prove wise.
If your company handles protected health care information (PHI), chances are that you’ve heard of HIPAA. Although discussions about HIPAA colloquially involve privacy, the HIPAA Security Rule is much more important and translates directly to IT systems.
While widely popular, many do not know the personal financial risks associated with debit cards.
So, the time is finally at hand for construction firms big and small to embrace Flexible Overhead, right? Not so fast. Today’s employment landscape is vastly different which currently makes Flexible Overhead a risky proposition for any contractor.
Treating the development of a risk control matrix as a one-time exercise could lead to issues down the line for your organization, including overlapping controls and new control gap exposure.
If your IT department has not taken the appropriate precautions, you may be at risk and not even know it.
Fundamental changes are coming again to SOC reports. This blog will detail everything you need to know to help ensure you are prepared for the shift.
In addition to regulatory requirements, dated IT architecture, increased cyber risks and growing business demands, compliance is front and center in both business advisory and control roles.
To put it simply, risk and the required rate of return are directly related by the simple fact that as risk increases, the required rate of return increases. However, it is a bit more complex than that, so let’s examine how the relationship between risk and the required rate of affects the value of a company.