3VRM

We are a specialist consultancy focussed on helping organisations to identify and manage risk through their third party supply chain and vendor relationships
How we help you manage risk

What we do

We offer a range of services across the full third party and vendor risk life-cycle with a focus on cyber security, privacy and resilience.

See how we help organisations using our Best Practice Third Party Risk Management ModelTM.

3VRM Best Practice Risk Management Model

We are a network of skilled professionals expert in third party and vendor risk management

Our team has a unique breadth of experience implementing best practice third party risk management on the ground. Our approach means we work closely with our clients to achieve highly successful results. 

Working alongside you

Problem solving

Collaborating

With experience spanning multiple sectors and industries

Our clients comes from a variety of industries including: Financial Services, Technology, Telecoms, Healthcare and Property Management.

Typically, we work with global and local procurement teams, risk, IT/cyber security, information security, compliance and assurance teams across the third-party life-cycle.

Resources

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Browse our Case Studies and see what we can do for you

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See our Best Practice Third Party Risk Management ModelTM

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Explore our resources page for our latest content

Contact 3VRM




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Address: 28 Kansas Avenue, Media City, Salford, M50 2GL

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Modern Day Slavery Statement

Our Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement is made in accordance with section 54(1) of the UK’s Modern Slavery Act 2015 and applies to 3VRM, its subsidiaries, employees and officers.

We are committed to:

  • Raising awareness of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking
  • Expanding our efforts to combat modern slavery as a financial crime, including through the expansion of our collaborative work with external partners
  • Reviewing our supply chain risk assessment processes

We do not tolerate slavery, trafficking or forced labour in any part of our business or supply chain. We aim to align our activities and policies with international best practice and recognised standards. We abide by the principles of a number of international and national codes and standards relating to responsible business practice. These include: The Equator Principles, the UN Principles for Responsible Investment, the UN Global Compact, the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the ILO (International Labour Organisation) labour standards.

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