Failure is difficult to handle, but there is no better teacher. While it’s easy to see all the mistakes you made in hindsight, don’t let yourself get to that point. The purpose of this case study is to highlight the failed processes used by SUBIL Corporation and to illustrate ways they could have integrated ERM in the context of investors’ concerns. It is based on real life example of how companies attempt to better integrate their ERM process within their strategic investment planning process.
Headquartered in Singapore, SUBIL Corporation is a company that offer a broad range of construction, engineering, technical, scientific, logistics and information services. The company was founded in 2016 and has grown organically and through a number of acquisitions.Download Full Case Study
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