Managing risk from home

Last week, I received my American Airlines AAdvantage Frequent Flier statement. The airline was nice enough to let me know that after averaging flying 148,709 miles each year over the past ten years, I have traveled 0 miles on 0 trips in the past twelve months.

No business trips, no holiday travel, no family get-togethers. Just one example of the immense change that 2020 and now 2021 have brought upon all of us.  

Even with all that change, we have been pleased with how efficient KRM22 is working in a de-centralized, travel-restricted environment. Our ability to support clients, add new products, build new features, sell, and onboard new customers have all kept pace and even exceeded our expectations.    

KRM22’s Global Risk Platform provides applications to help you address your firm’s regulatory, market, technology and operations risk challenges and to manage your entire enterprise risk profile. KRM22 is a public Group listed on AIM and headquartered in London.

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