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Risk Management

Learn about the factors that could significantly affect Grupo Bimbo’s performance, financial situation, and operating results.

  • Risk:

    Obligations regarding health and products; contingent and civil obligations; and potential changes to laws and regulations related to health, environment, accounting rules, and disclosure of information. Matters related to financial instruments, political events, and government controls, among others.

    Mitigation:

    Quality and safety controls; conduct and ethics requirements; compliance and experience in government matters, etc.

  • Risk:

    Obligations regarding health and products; contingent and civil obligations; and potential changes to laws and regulations related to health, environment, accounting rules, and disclosure of information. Matters related to financial instruments, political events, and government controls, among others.

    Mitigation:

    Quality and safety controls; conduct and ethics requirements; compliance and experience in government matters, etc.

  • Risk:

    Input and raw material costs; alterations in the supply chain; labor costs; exchange rates and interest rates; levels of leverage and exposure to currencies; impairments of assets and brands; and access to financing, among others.

    Mitigation:

    Purchasing strategy, productivity and efficiency initiatives, risk coverage on different variables, and responsible financial management, among others.

  • Risk:

    Competitive environment, consumer preferences, reputation, talent and labor management, potential business interruptions, and commercial commitments, among others

    Mitigation:

    Market research; innovation and product development; advertising, marketing, and sales; security measures and quality control; development and retention of talent and succession of our associates; fair labor practices; redundancies, etc.