Global special risks consultancy, Control Risks, is working in Hong Kong with international and Chinese mainland firms to ensure they are “secure, compliant and resilient,” says the company’s Neal Beatty. Client firm Environmental Resources Management (ERM) meanwhile works closely with Control Risks as it aims to solve sustainability challenges on the Belt and Road. Hong Kong is an important centre for such professional services, says ERM’s Piers Touzel.More
Topics: Finance & Investment, Hong Kong, Worldwide, Risk Management, Belt and Road Initiative
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