WHO WE ARE
Corporación Yantarni S.A. specialises in the identification, analysis and mitigation of risk. We provide a commercially focused and innovative approach to security and risk management within three distinct but complementary areas: Consultancy and Operational Risk Crisis Management, Specialist Technical Services including the provision of investigation and intelligence reporting and a wide spectrum of Specialised Training Services and Development in Latin America.
These allow Corporación Yantarni S.A. to offer comprehensive advice on every aspect of security – from corporate operations, commercial risk and foreign investment to counter–terrorism and espionage and support to regional governments.
Corporación Yantarni S.A. is a Full Service company providing risk management consultancy supported by security solutions. Client led, we consider a detailed and comprehensive approach to risk and security as the only truly effective solution. We seek to be involved with our clients at the beginning of the planning stage to ensure that risk and associated security measures are thoroughly addressed at the primary level and provided in the most cost effective manner. Corporación Yantarni S.A. is committed to the correct and appropriate industry accountability and regulations.
Corporación Yantarni S.A. activities are conducted with the highest degree of discretion, integrity and client confidentiality within the framework of national and international law, whilst at the same time maintaining complete corporate transparency.
Corporación Yantarni S.A. holds a portfolio of exclusive high level clients; we retain the right to maintain high standards of privacy for our client base, which admittance to is restricted.
Ethical and legal guidelines
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- Geneva Convention and Additional Protocols
- Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights
- Laws of the territories where they work
- International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers (ICoC)
- Recommendations of the Montreux Document
- Code of Conduct of the DCAF