LONDON, Dec. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second year in a row, Crowe Horwath Global Risk Consulting (www.crowehorwath.net/risk) has been named a Challenger by Gartner Inc. in the "Magic Quadrant for Risk Management Consulting Services, Worldwide" (http://www.crowehorwath.com/gartner-nr) by Jacqueline Heng and John A. Wheeler, Nov. 5, 2015.
According to the report, "Gartner defines risk management (RM) consulting services as the bundle of expert-driven consulting services directed at helping enterprises mitigate the impact of uncertainty on business performance. Management consulting firms offer a variety of RM services, but this Magic Quadrant considers how well those services support corporate governance objectives and how well they integrate with compliance requirements."
"Our clients continue to face unprecedented risks, uncertainties and regulatory challenges as they embark upon their strategies," said Steve Strammello, Chairman of the Board, Crowe Horwath Global Risk Consulting. "I am proud of our team's dedication on helping our clients navigate their risks in a way that creates lasting value."
"I am delighted to see that our clients recognize we are one of the up and coming firms of the future," said Jonathan Burnett, CEO of Crowe Horwath Global Risk Consulting. "The investment by our teams all over the world in specialization and global consistency will bring even more value to our clients in the years to come."
Crowe Horwath Global Risk Consulting has more than 1,000 risk consulting professionals located in the key economic centers of the world.
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