RiskMap Report 2014 — an authoritative guide to business risk in the year ahead
Control Risks is delighted to launch RiskMap 2014, our authoritative guide to business risk in the year ahead. Drawing upon expertise from across our organisation worldwide, we forecast the major challenges and opportunities of doing business in the world’s most complex environments next year.
Richard Fenning, chief executive officer of Control Risks, says: ‘Any publication entitled RiskMap is inevitably going to focus on risk, and as we look ahead we see no shortage of traps to snare the unwary. But we also see an abundance of opportunity delivered in part by the most extraordinary advances in living standards and public health. With the media headlines as ever dominated by risk and peril, that is well worth remembering.’ …
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