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.
This report on political violence and violent organised crime incidents around the world details global incidents of war, terrorism, unrest and violent organised crime with commercial relevance.
The purpose of this report is to explore the challenges organisations have faced during the Covid-19 crisis, highlight lessons learned and still being learned, and make suggestions for changes to crisis management practice to build resilience – whatever the future might hold.
Sitting at the intersection of both general and specific laws and regulations, and with a huge reliance on third parties, life sciences companies need to have third-party compliance programmes that take into account the full range of risks they face.
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.
We explore how businesses might manage a dynamic disputes environment post-COVID-19. Organisations need to prepare now by evaluating their ‘litigation readiness’: mobilising key information and analysis early in the litigation process, paving the way to resolution and recovery.
A technology-enabled security and resilience programme can transform the ability of your organisation to deter, detect, defend against both physical and digital threats, and to ensure you are ready to respond and recover faster from the full range of business disruption.
Learn about powerful features offered through the CORE platform, that can be tailored to your specific business requirements.
Philip Songhurst-Thonet quoted on the opportunities the Covid-19 pandemic provides for business to build resilience in the inevitable face of the climate change.
Gavin Strong writes for Forbes about how amid Covid-19, Latin America is set to be a fertile hunting ground for distressed investors.