At ATM, the Risk Management procedure addresses any kind of project risk (of an economical, political or special nature, market turmoil, adverse weather condition, etc.), and comprises two main activities: “Risk Assessment” and “Risk Control“.

Risk Assessment
A stage of the Risk Management process, during which project risks are identified and assessed. Risk identification is usually carried out during a dedicated brainstorming session, by exploring areas of uncertainty or constraints. Once identified, a risk is assessed based on the likelihood of its occurrence, and with respect to the impact it might have on the execution of the Project.

Risk Control
A Risk Management activity aimed at minimizing the likelihood of occurrence of a risk and mitigating its impact on the Project if it does occur. It is based on the development of a risk mitigation plan, the monitoring of the risk status, the development of a contingency plan and the reassessment of risks after the implementation of the mitigation plan.

ATM can provide suitable assistance to identify any investment-related risks, assess the likelihood of their occurrence and possible impact, and propose a risk mitigation strategy and related plan, tailored to the Project. These activities are carried out:
- jointly, by the Client and ATM experts in the risk assessment phase;
- by the ATM experts in the risk assessment phase, through the execution, updating and monitoring of the approved risk mitigation plan.