Map of key global risk developments
Maplecroft’s Global Risks Atlas 2013 is designed to inform strategic decision-making and risk monitoring throughout the life of an investment or in-country presence.
Eurozone exposure risk transcends geography
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Maplecroft's new Global Risks Atlas 2013 is now available
Companies working in a globalised world are increasingly confronted by complex global risks traditionally seen as external to business. The Global Risks Atlas 2013 is an ideal tool to assess, quantify and compare global risks in 179 countries around the world with scorecards for each country and maps for each theme.
The Global Risks Atlas provides:
- An ideal tool to assess, quantify and identify specific areas of high risk across global value chains to improve business performance and enhance strategic investment and corporate social responsibility planning.
- 36 different global risk indices and maps clustered into two main categories: global risks exposure (macroeconomic risk, security risk, resource security, climate change and pandemics and infectious diseases) and global risks resilience (governance risk and societal resilience).
- The ability to analyse, compare and chart global risk data for every country and download it in spreadsheet format.
- The ability to view, download and print country scorecards, plus global risk indices, maps and graphics.
More substantive analysis is available through Maplecroft's country briefings and in depth reports. These can be tailored to a client's needs for any country, sector or issue.
Details of costings for the Global Risks Atlas 2013 and associated products can be found online at the Maplecroft Store, once logged in or requested by emailing email@example.com.