Risk Oversight | Officer/Director Litigation Support

By: Risk Oversight  09-12-2011

Even the best companies can find themselves facing allegations of failed civil and/or statutory standards of care. Unfortunately, the personal and corporate consequences to senior officers and board members can be severe, and in extreme cases, result in crippling corporate and personal fines—even incarceration.

If you have the misfortune of facing Officer/Director negligence action, we can provide a better response in expert independent advice, specialized investigative services, and expert witness testimony.

Forensic leadership and support from high-level RO expert, Tim Leech

At Risk Oversight Inc, Tim Leech, Global Services Director, has over 20 years experience in the fields of forensic accounting and investigations, risk and control management, and risk oversight.

Recognized as a leading authority in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), Tim’s in-depth knowledge and thought-leadership has qualified him as an expert witness in both civil and criminal matters.

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Risk Oversight | Risk Oversight Support Packages

Now, regulators, private and institutional investors, shareholders, and rating agencies want to see companies adopt better, more effective risk management and oversight frameworks. Our support services are specifically designed to address the Ten Principles outlined in the 2009 NACD report, Risk Governance: Balancing Reward and Risk1.


Risk Oversight | Risk Oversight Gap Assessments

We have the risk leadership and training support to help your company shore up against pressure from new risk oversight expectations, and enhance investor and shareholder confidence. Investors and shareholders are putting more pressure on public companies to better disclose how they manage risk—and to do a better job of it. How responsibility for risk oversight and management is delegated to board and management-level committees.


Risk Oversight | Internal Audit Outsourcing/Co-Sourcing

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