Risk Management


Business is an on-going process, facing different types of risks i.e. internal or external and specific to your business objectives. To effectively manage risk, you should be prepared for both internal and external factors. Even big corporate houses overlook things that don't directly impact their business and are therefore unprepared to deal with change.

  • Strategic – Compliance, Operational, Financial and Reputational Risks
  • Natural Disaster – Floods, storms, bushfires, pandemics, drought
  • Legal Risks – Insurance issues, resolving disputes, contractual breaches, non-compliance with regulations and liabilities
  • Global Risks – Currency/Exchange rate fluctuations, commodity exchange price fluctuations, stock market fluctuations
  • Technology Risks – Computer network failures and problems associated with using outdated equipment
  • Regulatory and Government policy changes – Water/Quarantine/Carbon emission restrictions, tax
  • Environmental – Climate change, chemical spills and pollution
  • Work, health and Safety Risks – Accidents caused by materials, equipment or location of your work
  • Property and Equipment – Damage from natural disasters, burst water pipes, robbery and vandalism
  • Security Risks – Theft, fraud, loss of intellectual property, terrorism, extortion, online security and fraud
  • Economic and financial Risks – Global financial events, interest rate increases, cash flow shortages, customers not paying, rapid growth and rising costs
  • Environmental Risks –  Hazard-based (e.g., chemical spills), uncertainty-based (e.g., natural disasters) or associated with opportunities (e.g., taking them or ignoring them)
  • Industrial Risks – Human error issues, conflict management and difficulty filling vacancies
  • Business or Industry Issues – Failure or interruptions to the supply chain of products or raw material
  • Market risk – Changes in consumer’s preference and increased competition
  • Failures or interruptions to the delivery of power, water, transport
  • Personal safety in workplace
  • Frauds including insurance


For example, while businesses might not be directly affected by a natural disaster, but they still may suffer, if their suppliers, customers or general locations are affected.

Consider how these scenarios could affect business:

  • If suppliers are affected, you may run out of the products you sell, or the materials you need to make products
  • If customers are personally affected, their priorities may change and you could experience a reduced demand for your products or services
  • If general location is affected, you and your customers may not be able to access your premises or your utilities could be affected. For example, if you lose power:

Business will not be operative

May need to throw out any perishable goods and replace them, which can be costly


Solidus Capital offers the following measures to mitigate risks and prevent business losses:

  • Business Continuity Planning (BCP)
  • Risk Management Plans covering Strategic, Compliance, Operational, Financial and Reputational risks which can help you manage your business risks and recover from risky situations
  • PPRR (Prevention, Preparedness, Response & Recovery Model) Risk Management Model is a comprehensive approach to risk management and can save your business time and money when responding to a setback, incident, disaster or emergency voluntarily to disaster management plan
  • Fraud prevention programs
  • Incident response programs, developing a recovery plan
  • Cyber security for your business
  • IT Risk Management
  • Strengthening of internal controls and systems for anti money laundering
  • Preventing financial frauds by taking Insurances and Indemnity covers financial losses

Corporate Advisory Services

Business Development

Many large and great business houses also sometimes fail to understand the scope & growth horizon prevalent in the industry.

Restructuring & Reorganization

In the fast growing corporate scenario & day-to-day legal reforms, a corporate needs to adapt itself to desired changes.

The Right Asanas For Obtaining Government Approvals

The biggest challenge faced by corporates in taking Govt. approvals is that laws & regulations differ from state to state.

Peace Of Mind For Legal & Secretarial Compliance

Non-compliance of laws & regulations is a fact in India, emanating enterprise risks & threatening the position of companies.

Balancing Board & Stakeholder Affairs

The frequency of corporate frauds & governance failures of companies requires improved corporate governance practices.

Joint Ventures & Alliances

India being a tough capital market and a growing economy, it is difficult to understand the varied laws & regulations.

Technical Collaboration

No company is self-sufficient in itself. This results in interdependence of companies on each other to meet the requirements.

Fund Raising

One common factor among corporates hindering their growth is lack of funds and stressed assets.

Entry Solutions

Solidus Capital helps in establishing Foreign and MNC companies in India through “Make in India” concept.

Pre Entry Strategy

Solidus Capital provides expertise in the analysis of the country in which entry strategy is aimed at.

Post Entry Services

Being able to bridge cultural gaps is of utmost importance when expanding into any new market.