COMBINING CLINICAL AND TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
HELPING YOU TO IDENTIFY
AT RISK CUSTOMERS
Comentis provides organisations with a range of risk specific cognitive assessments that allow you to flag customers who are at-risk, in real time with the minimum impact of customer journeys. As well as providing accurate, auditable and evidenced based outcomes.
Each assessment consists of a small number of self rating questions plus our proprietary scoring algorithms; each specifically designed to identify a certain risk factor (or set of factors).
Where there is a regulatory requirement to an assessment, we also ensure we abide with the latest guidelines and in many cases our methodology has been tested in the courts.
The results provide a detailed output as well as a report outlining next steps aligned to your organisations policies. Ensuring you receive an accurate, auditable and evidenced based outcome.
Created by the best in their fields
Each of our assessments are developed by our inhouse team of psychologists and mental health assessment specialists.
Among our clinical team we include the Chair of the European Board of Assessment and a highly acclaimed specialist in the field of mental assessment, who is considered the leading expert in this field. Not to mention a member of Baroness Finlays's leadership team for the National Mental Capacity Forum (and an multi-award winning author).
Find out more about the team
WHAT ARE COGNITIVE ASSESSMENTS?
Cognitive assessments are a series of questions or tasks that assess a person's ability to carry out certain functions or make certain decisions.
They may explore things such as an individual's judgement, language, resilience and capability as well as how they think or their ability to learn and apply knowledge.
Comentis has taken our years of experience of running face to face assessments and created a highly reliable online solution.
Our Financial Vulnerability Assessment allows Financial Services firms to meet their regulatory obligations to identify customers who are at risk of financial vulnerability