FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How did you come up with the name RISK TRANSPARENCY?


RISK TRANSPARENCY comes from over three decades of experience in the traditional financial, control, reporting, audit, and disclosure disciplines. Transparency has been a critical element required for trust and confidence in financial reporting and decision making, and the financial markets for decades. At RISK TRANSPARENCY, we believe those same transparency principles and practices learned and developed within the finance field can be applied to all entity types, industries, functional areas, risks, etc. to achievie the mission, strategies, operational performance, and long-term organizational resilience of public and private entities.




What is the best way to start a conversation regarding how RISK TRANSPARENCY tools and techniques can help my organization?


Please feel free to contact us via email at jimtraut@risktransparency.com or call at 412-335-0180. You can also schedule a complimentary appointment. We look forward to starting a conversation!




Do you share my email or other contact information with others?


RISK TRANSPARENCY has a simple privacy policy of not sharing or marketing any of your contact information without emailing you for your consent. Please refer to the RISK TRANSPARENCY Privacy Policy for addtional details.




How may I access the content on the web pages labeled with Client?


RISK TRANSPARENCY offers free information to non-subscribers and subscribers - please refer to our web page summarizing Free and Subscriber Access. If you would like access to all RISK TRANSPARENCY content, tools, and templates - please refer to our Pricing - Client Access web page. Seperately, please feel free to call at 412-335-0180 with any questions or click to schedule a Free Consultation.




How do I add RISK TRANSPARENCY blog posts to my RSS Reader?


To add the RISK TRANSPARENCY RSS Feed to your RSS Reader: 1. From the RSS Feed XML File, copy the URL https://www.risktransparency.com/feed.xml. 2. Paste the URL into the RSS Reader. Please let us know if you have any questions.