Our Clients are Leading Multinational Organizations from a Broad Range of Industries
Energy / Extractive
The vast majority of the world’s mineral and non-renewable energy sources are located in emerging and frontier markets – countries often plagued by by socio-economic and political instability. Multinational organizations operating in foreign countries require solutions that enable them to monitor the threat landscape and take corrective action to mitigate any potential risks.
According to BP's 2015 Statistical Review of World Energy, more than 86% of oil reserves are found in non-OECD countries.
Underwriters of Terrorism and Political Risk insurance require detailed analyses of prevailing risks and their exposure to potential claims. When a claim has been filed, underwriters require the services of a Recovery Agent that ascertains the circumstances surrounding the claim, determines whether a recovery of the insured assets is possible, and supports any subsequent recovery effort.
According to 2014 estimates from the Institute for Economics & Peace, the economic cost of terrorism was US$52.9 billion.
Manufacturing organizations whose supply chains extend into emerging or frontier markets recognize that political, socio-economic, and security threats have the potential to disrupt their operations. To avoid such disruptions, successful firms continually monitor the threat landscape and take the necessary corrective action to eliminate any vulnerabilities.
According to the 2015 FM Global Resilience Index, the bottom 10 countries for supply chain resilience are emerging/frontier markets.
Knowing precisely which types of investments and programs will achieve the development objectives for a country plagued by chronic instability can be difficult. Non-governmental and development organizations operating in developing countries must allocate scarce resources in a manner that most effectively and efficiently achieves their objectives.
According to a 2013 CRS study, most foreign assistance programs are never evaluated for the purpose of determining their impact.