Hundreds of financial services firms have turned to RiskLogix for more than 15 years, for help and support across a variety of different risk management challenges. RiskLogix brings deep expertise to every consultancy engagement, and works in partnership with firms to enable them to achieve their strategic goals. Below are several key areas where financial services firms work with RiskLogix.

Operational risk frameworks

Getting the operational risk framework right is vitally important for financial services firms – everything else develops from this. Whether a FinTech start-up needs to create a whole new operational risk framework, or a large multi-national has to enhance an existing one, RiskLogix Consultancy can provide support. Operational risk framework elements that RiskLogix Consultancy can help with include:

Scenario analysis

For most operational risk teams, scenario analysis can prove to be one of the more challenging aspects of the programme. Yet, done correctly, scenario analysis has the potential to help organisations better manage risks and also deliver important insights to the business. Ways in which RiskLogic Consultancy can support firms include:


ICAAPs and ILAAPs can be very challenging for financial services organisations to produce. However, they are a regulatory requirement, and so it’s essential that firms get them correct. RiskLogix Consultancy covers essential topics, including:

Risk Appetite

Many firms continue to still struggle to engage correctly with their risk appetite, and to drive business benefit from it. While the quantitative aspects of a risk appetite – such as KRIs and losses – seem straight-forward, the qualitative side, such as RCSAs, can often prove challenging. RiskLogix Consulting helps financial firms to:

Practical experience and best practice

RiskLogix Consultancy has supported a wide range of financial services organisations around the globe, for more than fifteen years, including:

  • Asset managers
  • Central banks
  • Central counterparties
  • Charities
  • Commercial banks
  • Commodity brokers
  • Financial broker
  • FinTech start-ups
  • Insurers
  • Insurance brokers
  • Investment banks
  • Multilateral development banks
  • Regulators
  • Retail banks
  • Wealth managers