Country Risk Forecast

Country Risk Forecast is an online service providing up-to-date, forward-looking analysis of international events and developments across the globe. Independent and business-focused, it assesses political, operational, security and terrorism risks in 226 countries and territories, and provides risk ratings to help clients compare jurisdictions or regions.

A single resource for understanding the threats to your operations around the world, Country Risk Forecast is updated every working day, with a database reaching back to 2002. It draws on our large team of analysts, 35 years of operational experience, network of 34 offices, and our contacts throughout the world. The information and analysis is accessed via an online platform and delivered daily through customised email alerts.
Why Country Risk Forecast?

  • Proven, tested rating system for comparing political, operational, security and terrorism risks across countries and regions
  • Provides actionable advice for dealing with short- and long-term business risks. Independent, forward-looking and business-focused
  • Enables fast decision-making. Helps you to avoid delays that could have a lasting and damaging impact on your operations, assets and profitability
  • Compiled by experts. Delivered by a team of 50 country analysts and editors with a range of backgrounds and extensive, on-the-ground experience of the countries they cover

Country Risk Forecast can be accessed on the same online platform as PRIME, our bespoke political risk retainer service and combined to offer an effective, flexible and comprehensive risk monitoring tool.

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