Real estate management and continuity post-COVID checklist

    Real estate management and continuity post-COVID checklist

    As the real estate industry strives to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic, it also needs to reimagine how it will identify and address tomorrow’s threats. Real estate companies must constantly evaluate their risk management processes, technologies, talent, and predictive capabilities to strengthen their resilience. These analyses can help identify potential barriers to achieving organizational goals and competitive advantages.

    Additionally, an organization that embraces an enhanced and continuous risk management culture will be more agile and better prepared to address evolving compliance requirements, create operational efficiencies, and avoid future crises.

    Access our checklist for a few immediate areas of focus and related questions that real estate leaders and their boards should be asking themselves when revisiting their company’s risk management capabilities.

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      Marianne Turnbull

      CIA, CAMS, Managing Director, CohnReznick Advisory

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