Customer Benefits - Character Risk Assessment Written by Kaizen Enterprises Pty Ltd
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Character Risk Assessment

 

Key points:

  • The Character Risk Assessment Service addresses the most commonly overlooked aspect of investment-making decisions: “Is what I am being told likely to be true, and how can I tell?”
  • Kaizen Enterprises can promptly analyse the character of the promoters and operators of the investment opportunity you are considering.
  • A small outlay for our service before making an investment will help you to protect your assets and minimise your risk or loss through fraud or mismanagement.

More information:

The Character Risk Assessment service provides you with relevant information about the character of the parties you are considering doing business or investing with. If all the information you receive prior to investing looks good, but the character of the promoter is dodgy, then the presented figures and promises are likely to be worthless.

Risk management is the systematic process of identifying, analysing, evaluating, treating, monitoring and responding to project risk.

Although the service does not address the project financials or other such risks, it covers an area of risk that is far more fundamental: “Is what I am being told likely to be true, and how can I tell?”

You can never make a good decision based on bad or missing information.

The greatest risk you will ever face in investing, and the one you are most likely to completely overlook, is the character of the people you are entrusting with, or asking to look after, your money. This is true whether you are operating a business or managing your own superannuation investments.

Kaizen Enterprises’ Character Risk Assessment Service provides you with access to research and analysis by competent investigators to establish evidence and antecedents of the character of the promoters and operators of the investment opportunity you are considering.

One of the most effective tools in competent research and interpretation is to identify what is absent; what information ought to be available but isn’t. If our searches reveal nothing adverse, but also little of the standard information you would expect to find regarding an established and successful promoter, then alarm bells will ring.

Risk is unavoidable, and can be managed or ignored. Managing risk requires making a small investment in sound risk assessment at the beginning of the process, to help mitigate the possibility that fraud or mismanagement might put a larger investment in danger in the future.