Maplecroft’s multi-award-winning Global Risks Portfolio (GRP) combines expert analysis of risks at, issue, sector and company level, with rigorously researched quantitative risk indices and state-of-the-art mapping technology.
It provides clients with the ability to analyse and compare the entire range of extrafinancial global risks; including issues as far reaching as terrorism, conflict, regime stability, rule of law, resource security, corruption, human rights, poverty, climate change and natural disasters
Our portfolio of over 500 risk indices and indicators are accompanied by over 100 interactive maps. Indices and interactive maps are designed to enable the easy identification, comparison and monitoring of risk exposures worldwide. Additional resources include: country rankings, risk hotspots and analysis of relevant and material issues.
Maplecroft Map Maker
The Maplecroft Map Maker is a new function allowing users to create their own map by combining any two of our 100+ interactive maps. The innovative use of data overlays enable the easy comparison of risks to specific areas of operation, individual assets or investments.
Global Risks Atlas
Political Risk Atlas
Legal and Regulatory Environment Risk Atlas
Human Rights Risk Atlas
Climate Change and Environmental Risk Atlas
Natural Hazards Risk Atlas
Maplecroft has been collating, analysing and mapping worldwide occurrences of terrorism and political violence from open sources for several years. The Maplecroft Terrorism Dashboard (MTD) builds on this work to provide a comprehensive picture of terrorism trends in every country through a proprietary GIS mapping platform that will be updated with new terrorist events regularly.
Global Risk Forecast - Featured story
Tunisia set for standby loan in the face of growing political polarisation and external instability
Tunisia's plans for economic reform have now met the conditions for a US$1.8bn support mechanism from the IMF. The deal follows protracted negotiations over structural reforms to the 2013 budget, including a ballooning account deficit and growing debt burden.
Ethical Insight - Featured story
Limitations of ban on new forest concessions highlighted by report
On 4 February 2013, a global online petition signed by over 1 million people was unveiled to the media, urging Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa Delgado to protect the rainforest from oil exploration by state-run oil company Petroamazonas . The petition was launched in response to an appeal by the Sani Isla Kichwa community, an indigenous tribe living just 10 km from the Yasuni National Park.