Quarterly Geopolitical Risk Forecast: Q1 2020 at a glance
Quarterly Geopolitical Risk Forecast for Q1 is now available
In this edition of the PGI Quarterly Geopolitical Risk Forecast, civil unrest is the most prominent theme. Several protest movements have emerged globally over corruption, election results and desired reforms. Many countries also face increased political uncertainty and the prospect of greater unrest and violence due to upcoming elections.
There are also a number of ongoing tensions across the globe that are impacting the economy—such as Brexit, the political crisis in Israel, the US killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimini and negotiations between Yemen-based Houthi rebels and Saudi Arabia.
Our Intelligence Analysts provide in-depth analysis on these activities as well as changes to threat ratings and a summary of important dates that may impact businesses in the next three months.
You can now purchase the full Q1 Quarterly Geopolitical Risk Forecast – it is available as a subscription or as a standalone product. To get an understanding of what the report can provide, you can download a sample, here.
What is the Quarterly Geopolitical Risk Forecast?
PGI’s clients need to know what’s happening around the globe and the implications for the future. The Geopolitical Risk Forecast provides this information based on our ongoing monitoring and analysis of global events and geopolitical activity, and our experience working with organisations that have global footprints and need to ensure the safety of their people and the continuity of projects and commercial relationships.
What’s in the Forecast?
The Forecast is structured by region and provides an assessment of countries that have experienced a changing threat environment, as well as forward looking analysis for the next quarter.
The full document will cover:
Threat changes: An assessment of a change in the quantitative risk score given to a country in the past quarter.
Watch list: Current and forecast trends or upcoming events that could change the threat environment within a country during the next quarter.
Key dates: Key political, religious and cultural dates and events to be aware of which could be of interest or pose a risk.
Trend changes: An analysis of trend changes across the Risk Portal’s eight security and three business threat categories.
To find out more, purchase or subscribe to the Risk Portal, please get in touch by phone +44 (0) 1884 842 874 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.