Shifting direction following a crisis can seem daunting for many companies. Portfolio managers are experienced in working with executives to identify and develop directional strategies.


Following a crisis, risks can be increased, or new risks can surface. Portfolio managers and their teams are well equipped to help executive teams prepare and identify post-crisis risks and risk management strategies. Conducting a post-crisis evaluation is the first step. Risks that may not have previously been a factor, should be identified as quickly as possible. Equally important are lower-rated risks that have become more of an immediate issue. Security is an example of an area where there may be newly created opportunities for hackers to access sensitive information. Portfolio managers can work with the CIO and other operational executives to identify projects that address emerging or increased internal and external threats.

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