Managing geopolitical risks and what the resurgence of nationalism will mean for businesses



COVID-19 has exposed the vulnerability and weaknesses of an already fragile international system. The pandemic has further proved that globalisation is in reverse, with business leaders expecting nationalism to become a dominant force in the countries where they operate, affecting everything from supply chains to location decisions and the regulatory climate.

As a new global order is starting to emerge, reshaped by the pandemic and leading to permanent political and economic power shifts, we discuss how the world will look post-pandemic and what impacts businesses and their leaders can expect.