Governance, Risk and
Compliance (GRC)

Regulatory and
statutory burdens


Internal and
external risks


Governance and compliance responsibilities continue to grow more complex,
expensive, and potentially damaging to organizational reputation.

How do we solve it for you?

Working with our clients, we provide GRC strategies designed to protect business reputation and profitability.

An integrated governance, compliance, and risk management program is essential to navigate risks and build competitive advantages.


QBE offers extensive experience building and continually improving governance structures and procedural infrastructure. We create and maintain sustainable organizational governance through:

Board-level and Executive Coaching


Development of
Enterprise Risk
Management Strategies

Compliance and Privacy information Management Programs and Structures

Internal and External Communication

Littigation Support

Auditing and Monitoring Strategies

Connect with us to learn more about our
expertise, skills, experience, and our capability to
advance your organization and its needs.


QBE builds audit-proof, reliable, and time-tested risk management strategies and tools. Our QBE risk management systems have passed audit against ISO international standards, NIST, Aerospace requirements (including AS9100), IRS Publication 1075 (SCSEM / Safeguards), in addition to other requirements and standards.

Risk management solutions include:

Risk management includes
Opportunity Management.

QBE supported organizations exercise the added analytical step of reviewing risks for
associated opportunities. Opportunity management includes seeking viable outcomes that
will result in:

Bussiness development

Economic growth



In the contemporary marketplace, organizations must obey laws and regulations, prevent statutory violations, adhere to contract requirements, and honor employment commitments. Corporate compliance is the means of identifying mandatory and necessary regulations and obligations, and ensuring adherence to legal and contract obligations.

QBE designs individualized compliance
strategies to meet client operational needs

A foundational stage of corporate compliance is establishing, training, and monitoring of
institutionalized practices. Foundational practices often include:

A Code of Conduct establishing the position, tone, and ethical culture of the company.

Standards and Policies detailing organizational
rules and expectations that ensure compliance
and assure customers of legal
and ethical behavior.

Compliance Procedures directing daily organizational processes and employee behaviors supporting the organization’s Code and policies.

QBE offers the highest levels of knowledge,
experience, and training capabilities.

QBE personnel offer Doctoral-level, university experienced, and corporate-compatible
instruction and training skills. Capabilities include:

A Code of Conduct establishing the position, tone, and ethical culture of the company, Executive Coaching, Board Mentoring, and working with upper management to understand the responsibilities of a corporate compliance program.

Officer training on management skills, knowledge of relevant laws and regulations, and how to address unacceptable conduct.

Organization-wide training on the importance of policies, procedures, and practices with emphasis upon the value of identifying and reporting potential violations.

Major Compliance
topics can include:

Legal and Regulatory Compliance

QBE guides an organization to identify and understand its legal and regulatory obligations. Once identified, QBE builds both strategic and tactical approaches to ensure legal and regulatory compliance.

Securities Law

Whether publicly traded or privately held, any organization with securities must understand and conform to federal / SEC and state securities regulations, including proper accounting, release, and disclosure practices.

Regulatory and Securities Change

Shifting political climates and growing legal complexities require processes to identify and track legal and regulatory changes to respond timely and remain compliant.

Conflict of Interest

Conflict of Interest (CoI) not only includes identifying and addressing conflicts, but must consider potential conflicts, disclosure responsibilities (proper disclosure vs incomplete disclosure vs inaccurate disclosure), and safeguarding of conflict data.

Commerce, Communication, and Trade Compliance

The broad reach of trade and commerce requirements (FTC) and communications regulations (FCC) touches every organization, regardless of size.

Insider Trading/ Market Manipulation

Larger organizations are subject to SEC and FTC trading regulations. Smaller organizations are subject to regulatory and enforcement standards, including contract spoofing, manipulation, and insider information limitations.

Enviromental Requirements

Environmental obligations arise from federal, state, and local agencies. No organization is immune from contemporary environmental protections and social pressures.

Intellectual Property

Good strategic compliance encompasses protection of internal and external (customer) intellectual property, including issues such as data loss, management of records, databases, and protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII).

Sexual Conduct

Issues deemed "sexual differences in the workplace" are often delegated to Human Resource personnel. Poor sexual conduct compliance standards in the workplace can lead to bad consequences. A strong compliance position on orientation behavior is essential in the modern workplace.

QBE builds proper, reliable, and sustainable compliance regimes.
No matter your size, scope of business, or industry specialty we
can build a program to keep your company, Board members,
executives, and personnel safe from compliance failure.