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Fabrici Management Consulting delivers results that help our Clients to succeed in their work and initiatives.

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We use our expertise and experiences to support our Client's Business to assure their sustainable growth and profit.We serve the Clients with full range of Consulting Services in Strategy, Sales & Marketing, Operations, Risk and Information Technology.

Risk Management


The ultimate goal of risk management is to facilitate a consistent implementation of both risks and business policies. Classical risk practices consist of setting risk limits while ensuring that business remains profitable. Modern best practices consist of setting risk limits based on economic measures of risk while ensuring the best risk-adjusted performances. In both cases, the goal remains to enhance the risk–return profile of transactions and of the bank’s portfolios. Nevertheless, new best practices are more ‘risk-sensitive’ through quantification of risks.

The key difference is the implementation of risk measures. Risks are invisible and intangible uncertainties, which might materialize into future losses, while earnings are a standard output of reporting systems complying with established accounting standards. Such differences create a bias towards an asymmetric view of risk and return, making it more difficult to strike the right balance between both. Characterizing the risk–return profile of transactions and of portfolios is key for implementing risk-driven processes. The innovation of new best practices consists of plugging new risk–return measures into risk management processes, enriching them and leveraging them with more balanced views of profitability and risks.

Risk management combines top-down and bottom-up processes with ‘horizontal’ processes. The top-down and bottom-up views relate to the vertical dimension of management, from general management to individual transactions, and vice versa. The horizontal layers refer to individual transactions, business lines, product lines and market segments, in addition to the overall global level. They require to move back and forth from a risk–return view of the organization to a business view, whose main dimensions are the product families and the market segments


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October 2015 - Fabrici Management Consulting has signed a Contract to deliver Enterprise Application Integration for Transpetrol, a.s.


Septebmer 2015 - Fabrici Management Consulting has signed a Consulting Contract with Poštová Banka, a.s.



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