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Risk management

As an entrepreneur you are good at recognizing and grasping opportunities and converting them into a positive value for your company. Entrepreneurship sometimes entails risks that cannot be ruled out. Are these risks sufficiently weighed in the decision-making process so you can prepare for the consequences and protect your interests? As an entrepreneur you do not want to run unlimited risks. It is important to be prepared for the legal implications. Together with you the Risk management team of PlasBossinade recognizes the risks involved at various stages in the activities of your company. This is followed by a coordinated deployment of resources to limit, monitor and control the risks and their impacts.

Risk analysis during the entrepreneurial path

The entrepreneurship knows a lot of stages in which risk analysis is of major importance. The people of PlasBossinade give support and advice in the field of risk management at every stage of the entrepreneurial path.

Entrepreneurial path

  • Establishment/legal form
  • Financing
  • Tax matters
  • Insurances
  • General terms and conditions
  • Housing (Lease, Purchase, Construction)
  • Permits (Building permit, environmental permit)
  • Personnel (Employment agreements, Collective Agreement [CAO]
  • Intellectual property (Trademarks, Designs, Patents)
  • Cybercrime and data leaks
  • Concluding agreements
  • Expansion (growth)
  • Restructuring

Within this scope we developed a Legal Risk management and analysis roadmap.

  1. We map the current legal situation of the specific part desired by you: for example  employees, housing, permits or contracts.
  2. Unwanted risks are made controllable and limited by legal measures and modifications (for example the modification of contracts or legal structure).
  3. Structural measures are taken to avoid legal risks in the future, for example information and training for employees, model agreements, manuals and such.
  4. Safeguarding by keeping a finger on the pulse and ensuring that the risk analysis is not a one-off action but, on the contrary, a continuous process that forms part of your operational management.