Jim Blair Joins Black Swan As an Affiliate Partner

Press Release updated: Oct 30, 2017 15:12 EDT

The Black Swan Partners LLC is pleased to announce that Jim Blair is joining its team. Black Swan is a boutique management consulting firm, helping organizations and their investors increase resiliency by building sustainable risk, compliance and business continuity processes.
 Their advice is uniquely customized to each client’s needs and budget.

Jim Blair is a senior risk and compliance executive who has assisted organizations over the last three decades in developing earnings-based, high-performing risk and compliance frameworks. Jim has developed analytic, governance and prevention tools and best practices that help organizations improve their cultures and proactively manage their compliance and other enterprise risks.

Jim brings a wealth of deep expertise that will help Black Swan expand its capabilities in helping both organizations and their investors increase their resilience by smart risk-taking.

Bill Brossman, Partner

“Jim’s unique risk and diplomacy skills have helped organizations and their leaders deploy long-term positive and profitable cultural change,” said Bill Brossman, partner at Black Swan. “Jim is also an industry leader with deep cyber risk experience. He served as a delegate of the United States industry group to the G-8 International Assembly on Cyber-Terrorism and served as president of the entertainment industry’s Broadband and Internet Services Theft Task Force. I am thrilled that Jim is joining our Black Swan team. He will be an invaluable addition to Black Swan as we enhance our ability to help clients increase their resiliency through high-performing risk, compliance, and business continuity programs.”

Media Contact: 
Euna Kwon, Communications Director
​Email: [email protected]

Source: The Black Swan Partners LLC

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