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We put integrity at the centre of our services
Berlin Risk is a corporate intelligence and compliance advisory firm. We help our clients meet regulatory requirements in the areas of corruption, money-laundering, fraud, tax evasion and environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
Why Berlin Risk?
Our experts cover all key regions, including Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East, Africa, South East Asia, China and South America. We are fluent in all of the most widespread languages, including English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian and Arabic. Our in-house team works closely with a global network of industry specialists and associate partners on a case-by-case basis.
Due Diligence / Investigation / Advisory
Our unique in-house expertise – in integrity due diligence, investigation, risk assessment, political analysis and compliance advisory – allows us to design and implement bespoke solutions to meet individual client needs.
Close collaboration with clients a central element of our business culture. We engage in open and responsive dialogue from our first conversation right through to the completion of the assignment. Every project is overseen by one of our senior partners, who serves as the point of contact for the client.
Stages of collaboration:
- Discuss needs and priorities, suggest approaches
- Formulate a strategic aim, identify solution(s) to deploy
- Prepare and submit capability statement / proposal
- Jointly finalise scope, depth and terms of assignment, schedule interim reporting and feedback
- Following delivery of final report, discuss findings and implications
- Post-project follow up and monitoring, as requested by client
Our due diligence practice includes integrity due diligence, sanctions and ESG due diligence. We help you meet regulatory requirements.
Berlin Risk offers a portfolio of corporate intelligence solutions, which can be tailored precisely to meet the challenges of your project.
We can help businesses operating internationally to analyse and assess the political and regulatory risks at the national and sector levels in the regions in which they operate.
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