Risk, Audit & Assurance

In uncertain times there’s no guard against failure: intelligent risk identification and management are critical. Boards with a tight grip on risk can extend their ambitions while still sleeping well at night.

We help organisations develop effective systems to identify and manage risk. Our support covers: building risk maps; defining smart frameworks; mapping the three lines of defence; assessing the strength of controls; developing financial golden rules; strengthening audit and risk committee effectiveness; validating financial models; stress testing; and facilitating quality Board debate on risk appetite.

We can help you refresh, challenge or recast your approach to risk management and business assurance.


Click to read CT Partner, Sue Harvey’s, finance and risk blogs series on the following key topics:

  • Risk maps
  • Audit committees
  • Golden rules
  • Development Companies
  • Regulatory returns

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Risk, Audit and Assurance news
  • CT Brief – Issue 52

    We are pleased to bring you the brand new CT Brief – Issue 52! Read about: sports governance and strategy; financial planning and stress-testing; getting your service charges right & more!

    November 30, 2020
  • NHF Code of Governance 2020

    Campbell Tickell is delighted to have supported the development of the new Code of Governance, which has accountability, diversity and inclusion, sustainability, and assurance at its core. Find out more.

    November 20, 2020
  • CT Brief 51 – Ireland edition

    We are pleased to bring you the brand new CT Brief 51 – Ireland edition! Read about: regulation, approaches to building new homes, mental health, finance & more!

    November 18, 2020
  • CT20: Unpacking the future

    Last year we hosted our ‘CT20’ future-gazing event. A lot has happened since then. so we went back to speakers at that event, to invite them to tell us how they see aspects of our future now. Here is what some of them had to say.

    November 4, 2020