Risk management company Crisis24 has reportedly acquired EXOP Group, a Germany-based risk management company. This move will expand the intelligence resources and global footprint of Crisis24.
The EXOP acquisition will increase Crisis24’s ability to offer the most all-inclusive security risk and intelligence management services available on the market, safeguarding businesses and lives in general.
The U.K.-based company, with more than 120 analysts across four continents, along with 24/7 global operations centers supported by its novel technology, offers unmatched systematic and curated intelligence technologies.
This allows the most prominent organizations and disruptive brands of the world to operate effectively. The team analyzes and monitors global threats and developments to deliver inventive solutions to help clients curb and manage risks anywhere in the world.
Alexander Sprich, the Chief Executive Officer of EXOP Group has stated that Crisis24 is proving to be an industry-transforming player and the company is delighted to partner with a global leader in the integrated risk management sector.
He added that the partnership with Crisis24 will enable EXOP to rapidly expand in Germany by offering a global reach to the company in the same way offered by GardaWorld yet keeping a boutique and flexible approach for its customers.
Grégoire Pinton, the Managing Director and Global Head of Integrated Risk Management of Crisis24 commented that the human intelligence of the company highly curated over three decades, in combination with the AI solution of EXOP, will create the most integrated and powerful risk management platform available.
Pinton added that the EXOP’s Konstanz-based 24/7 response operations center will play a pivotal role in growing Crisis24’s response capabilities and locally reinforcing client support in and from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria (the DACH region) whilst using its global capabilities on the ground.
For the record, EXOP Group is an AI-driven risk management firm that delivers crucial mobility risk management services via AI, machine learning, human intelligence, and leading technology.