In this edition we discuss Britain's vote in favor of leaving the EU; economic challenges and an upsurge in violence in Nigeria; and the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
In this edition we discuss the likelihood of the UK's departure from the EU; how Peru's presidential election could impact the business environment; and South Africa's economic troubles.
In our look ahead at the coming two weeks in the global business landscape, we discuss the economic and political crisis rocking Venezuela, the issue of aviation security and global terrorism, and India-US relations in light of Prime Minister Modi's visit to Washington.
RiskMap Podcast: Saudi economic reforms, the long-term outlook for Brazil, and legal uncertainty in Poland
In this edition we discuss the reforms Saudi Arabia is enacting amidst the downturn in global oil prices; the outlook for business in Brazil, where the president has been temporarily removed; and the controversy that is fueling massive protests in Poland.
RiskMap Podcast: North Korean saber rattling, the refugee crisis in Europe, and Puerto Rico’s default risk
In this edition of our look ahead at the coming two weeks in the global business landscape, we discuss the nuclear threat from North Korea, the sociopolitical tensions and supply chain risks at play in Europe's refugee crisis, and the potential global financial impact of Puerto Rico defaulting on its debt.
After President Barack Obama’s visit to Saudi Arabia, Control Risks head of analysis for the Middle East, Gala Riani, discusses the state of relations between the United States and Saudi Arabia with Michael Moran in New York and Graham Griffiths in Dubai.
Many organisations still misunderstand how to tackle cyber threats. In this edition of The Dialogue, two industry-leading experts from Control Risks, Greg Esslinger and Kate Yamashita, talk to CEO Richard Fenning about the best ways to prepare for and respond to the inevitable cyber attack.
Low-scale conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh has persisted since the 1994 ceasefire. A flare-up at the beginning of April again focussed attention on the issue, but this time, regional tensions are higher and Azerbaijan has become a significant transit point for oil and gas. Control Risks’ Global Research Director Charles Hecker talks to Anna Walker, Associate Director for Europe.
Eimear O’Casey and Charles Hecker discuss the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh, its wider geopolitical implications, and its potential impact on the global business environment.
RiskMap Podcast: Corruption as a driver of political risk, an impeachment vote in Brazil, and scandal in Malaysia
In this edition of our look ahead at the coming two weeks in the global business landscape, we discuss corruption as a driver of political upheaval around the world and zoom in on Brazil and Malaysia, where corruption scandals are impacting the business environment.
The role of the Chief Information Security Officer is changing. In this podcast from Control Risks’ Cyber Security Service, Oliver Robinson looks at why organisations from all sectors need a “next generation” CISO.