This year’s index illustrates the evolution of the investment landscape in major African markets and provides a longer-term outlook of key trends shaping investments. Use the comparative snapshot of market opportunities and risks across the continent to help develop an informed strategy to grow your business in Africa.
At COP26 world leaders will negotiate and agree the rules that will set us on the path to net zero by 2050. Businesses in every country and every sector will have a part to play. Our key insights that will help you position your business to solve climate change-related challenges and convert risk to opportunity.
The definitive Report and Briefing will help provide an overview of recent global events and how they might help inform your organisation’s operations planning and security management.
As the vaccine rollout proceeds at varying paces across the globe, organisations find themselves in different and sometimes multiple stages of the crisis management lifecycle. Remaining agile, forward-thinking and empathetic are all essential for a successful outcome.
Listen to the Control Risks podcast where we discuss world events and what risks are on the horizon for organisations. Featuring experts from all areas of Control Risks, we can help you navigate what lies ahead.
Is a combination of proactive and reactive services tailored to your organisation’s current state, needs and goals. A single subscription free grants immediate access to threat monitoring and advisory, compliance and investigation services, crisis management and more.
Post-pandemic economic recovery is focused on “building back better” and many countries are seeking to reduce the share of electricity generated from fossil fuels, while investors are looking to make their portfolios more sustainable. We look at some of the key political risks associated with renewable energy investments and how investors can mitigate them.
A stream of regulatory interventions have increased fears for MNCs and investors about an anti-business backlash in China. How worried should they be?