Global broking business Brokerslink has launched a new, dedicated Risk Management Practice to provide its partners and affiliates with access to single-access specialist consultancy service. The move follows increasing demand from clients around the world for risk management support and advice.
The new practice, which is headed up by Jorge Luzzi, the CEO of Brokerslink partner RCG Global, brings together the risk management skills, knowledge and expertise of network specialists. Working together in an unified approach, Augustas Risk Services, B.Riley Advisory Services and RCG Risk Consulting Group provide a range of services around risk assessment, risk inspection, enterprise risk management (ERM), risk analysis, loss control, captive management and business continuity.
Jorge Luzzi commented:
“One of the key foundations of Brokerslink is co-operation, a philosophy that underlines our shared purpose and creates new opportunities. Our new Risk Management Practice reflects this philosophy; three consultancies working together as one to provide their services across a range of risk management disciplines, including ERM, business continuity, insurance risk management, risk engineering, logistics & supply chain and cybersecurity.”
Ahead of its formal launch, a pilot project for the Risk Management Practice (RMP) clearly demonstrated the value of the initiative for both existing and prospective clients. The spirit of co-operation, and development of collective insights enabled the team involved in the RMP to successfully provide risk management expertise to a number of partners and affiliates within the Brokerslink network.
Brokerslink Chairman José Manuel Fonseca added:
“The Risk Management Practice has already proved that it is possible to pool the skills and knowledge of specialist providers for the benefit of Brokerslink’s partners and affiliates, and their clients. We are already planning more initiatives as we strive to continue to seek out innovative and new ways of bringing together our collective strengths and capabilities.”