Navigating global businesses through the 2020 US election and beyond
With our unique blend of geopolitical, regulatory, technology, and security expertise, Control Risks offers unparalleled support for clients navigating the US business environment and seeking to understand the implications of the US election for their global strategy and operations.
Doing business in the US: Navigating the post-election landscape
Our US-based experts discussed our post-election analysis and key takeaways for global business, the outlook for security and unrest, and best practice for successfully managing risk and seizing opportunity in the post-election period and beyond
COVID has both intensified and accelerated the threat posed by unrest to business, from both a likelihood and impact standpoint.
Control Risks' lead US analyst provides an update on the US election following the victory of Democratic candidate Joe Biden, a result which remains contested by Donald Trump's campaign.
Our lead US analyst offers a preview of next week's election and the possible scenarios that companies should be planning for.
Companies operating across the US are bracing for continued social unrest and violence. Read our outlook for the security environment prior to, during, and after election day.
Diego Andreu recounts the rapidly evolving US security environment and how a prominent media company adapted when facing threats of violence against its employees in the field.
How will the election result impact US foreign and economic policy toward China, and the global companies caught in the crossfire?
Jonathan Wood and Yifei Zhang discuss the outlook for the election and US-China relations
COVID-19 will shape a close-fought US election – and its implications for global business