James Lewry, Director leading our labour rights practice team in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, discusses how businesses can look after their employees, as well as their supplier's employees, during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
Supply chains and the COVID-19 challenge| Control Risks
Jasper Neuteboom, Vice President of Insurance at BW Offshore, chats with Charles Hecker, one of our Partners, about supply chain challenges created by Covid-19, solutions he has found to meet them and what he thinks recovery might look like.
Supply chains and the COVID-19 challenge
Monitoring and management of supply chain risk and resilience
The COVID-19 pandemic is presenting unprecedented challenges to global supply chains. Control Risks’ expertise in the operational, political, regulatory and security threats to your supply chains combined with best in class data analytics provides a truly end-to-end supply chain solution.
COVID-19 Disruption: Supply chain analytics and scenario modelling
What the COVID-19 pandemic means for supply chains
COVID-19 will play a critical role in re-shaping business practices, government regulations and customer preferences long after it is brought under control. But what political and practical concerns will surround global supply chains post-pandemic?
Cormac Mc Garry, one of Control Risks' senior analysts, talks about how Covid-19 has exposed supply chain vulnerabilities and what businesses can do to develop greater resilience going forward.
Matthew Rigby, Business Head for Australia and New Zealand at Unilever International, chats with Charles Hecker, one of our Partners, about supply chain challenges created by Covid-19, solutions he has found to meet them and what he thinks recovery might look like.
Rosie Hawes, Partner in Control Risks' Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence practice in Greater China and North Asia, discusses the importance of supply chain visibility in the wake of Covid-19 disruption.
Although measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 have dominated media coverage in recent weeks, other threats to food security remain, with flooding, a locust swarm and conflicts all taking their toll. We consider the various food security challenges facing the continent.
After much uncertainty, governments are reaching the conclusion their citizens should wear masks and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when in public. To source this essential equipment, employers are naturally turning to mainland China.
The practical and political considerations of COVID-19 are forcing investors to adapt their normal behaviours in the short-term and to re-evaluate their longer-term strategies. We consider some challenges that investors in Africa are facing, and some of the steps to address them.
Dane Chamorro and Kent Kedl – two of our partners based in Singapore and Shanghai – discuss China, its growth prospects in the wake of COVID-19, and how what happens in China will affect global supply chains.