At AndersonRisk we passionately believe that together with you, we can make uncertain futures much more manageable.

This means that we must work with you to re-imagine how you manage yourself, to make sure that you know where you are on important matters and to be confident that you know how to address uncertain futures.

We use our knowledge, skills and experience, combined with proven tools, techniques and approaches, which we leave behind so that you can carry on using them long after we have finished, to transform your business. As a consequence you will face the future with more familiarity, you will feel more confident about their current position and you will be organised to go forward into these uncertain futures.

To do this with you Richard has assembled a team of leading experts, practitioners and consultants all of whom he can call on as and when he needs.

Richard Anderson: Richard is an iNED with Pay.UK where he chairs the Risk Committee and the Security Sub-Committee and sits on the Audit Committee. He therefore has a very practical experience of just what risk means in the board room. He also Chairs the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company. As a consultant, Richard works with boards to advise them on how best to organise themselves to address the risk challenge. He also regularly develops and delivers training programmes for boards and their organisations. Richard’s clients have spanned major FTSE100 organisations to small family owned businesses. Over his career, he has worked in the commercial, government and third sectors encompassing financial services as well as oil & gas, hotel & leisure, manufacturing, engineering and retail. Richard is the current Chairman of the Institute of Risk Management. A Chartered Accountant by training, Richard was a partner in Coopers & Lybrand and subsequently PwC where he led the Strategic Risk group in Europe, The Middle East and Africa. Richard has also worked for a variety of risk practices, including recently setting up AndersonRisk. In 2009 he wrote a report comparing Risk Management and Corporate Governance in Banks in the UK, the USA and France for the OECD. He also wrote IRM’s influential guidance on Risk Appetite and Tolerance, and is currently working on their current thought leadership on risk and complexity in 21st Century organisations.