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‘Tiger kidnapping’ on the rise in Brazil: Who is most at risk?

  • Brazil
  • Latin America
  • Creating a Secure Organisation
  • Resolving Critical Issues and Crises
‘Tiger kidnapping’ on the rise in Brazil: Who is most at risk?

 

Control Risks currently records more incidents of so-called ‘tiger kidnapping’ in Brazil than in any other country around the world, with one case on average every ten days this year. In this podcast Joseph Smith, our Special Risks Analyst for the Americas region, explains what this type of kidnapping involves and who is most at risk.

 

This podcast will examine: 
  • What a tiger kidnap involves
  • Which businesses are most likely to be affected
  • Which employees are most likely to be targeted
  • How most cases unfold
  • What the outlook is for tiger kidnapping in Brazil
 

 

 

 

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