The 2020 FTI Consulting Resilience Barometer shows that companies across the G20 achieved an average resilience score of 43 out of a total possible score of 100, improving slightly on last year’s average score of 40. But as companies face more complex risks from technology transformation, geopolitical tensions and the polarisation of the political landscape in a digitally connected world, they remain inadequately prepared.
The survey of more than 2,200 executives from private and publicly traded companies across all G20 countries, measures the preparedness of companies against 18 scenarios most likely to negatively impact the bottom line, affect reputation and lead to increased regulatory pressure.
Encouragingly, in the face of such a dramatic increase in risk, this year’s survey did point to a small improvement in resilience scores, suggesting that some organisations are managing to contain and manage emerging threats through better preparedness.
Around the world, FTI Consulting professionals work closely with clients to anticipate and address the increasingly complex business challenges arising from the risks featured in this report. By testing the impact of 18 distinct scenarios most likely to negatively impact the bottom line, adversely affect reputation and lead to increased regulatory pressure, companies can develop strategic responses to today’s emerging threats.Download Resilience Barometer 2020
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