Strategic and Business Intelligence

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Strategic and Business Intelligence


Political and Economic Risk Consulting - Political and Economic Analysis and Forecasting
Scenario Analysis and Strategy Consulting - Business Intelligence

 

Strategic and business intelligence from Control Risks supports you when you are seeking markets and growth opportunities that align with your organisation’s risk tolerance, and reinforce brand and shareholder value.

Our combination of services focuses on providing you with optimum visibility of the risks and rewards. We help you avoid spending large amounts of time and resources pursuing unproductive ventures.

 

Political and economic risks

Our worldwide team of consultants and analysts ensures you stay ahead of developments in political, regulatory, operational and security risk at a global, regional, national and local level. With our partners at Oxford Economics, we provide long term forecasts, consulting, retained advisory support, subscription based alerts and analysis, and online tools to match your specific requirements.
 

Intelligence and analysis

You need to understand and master the competitive landscape. Using our market-leading expertise in the collection and analysis of hard-to-get information, we help you understand the strengths, weaknesses, plans and intentions of the competition to maximise competitive advantage.

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Our thinking

Analysis

Creating compliant organizations

Several lessons can be drawn from our background and honed expertise in helping clients see around unexpected corners—whether those be geopolitical in nature, compliance related or high-stakes security and risk. Here we summarized six common pitfalls and blind spots related to building and maintaining a compliant organization.

Report

The future of energy in Africa

The energy sector in Africa has received much attention from businesses and investors over the past ten years. The coming years will bring further shifts in policy priorities and investment trends, heralding both new opportunities and fresh challenges.