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2018 Risk Maps

Company: Amcham

Competition in global political leadership and shifting patterns of trade

Aon is proud to present this year’s Risk Maps addressing Political Risk, Terrorism and Political Violence globally.

The maps are developed in partnership with The Risk Advisory Group (for terrorism and political violence) and Continuum Economics (for political risk).

The maps and accompanying analysis are invaluable tools in helping our clients better understand – and insulate themselves against – these esoteric risks. 

Key questions raised by this year’s launch include:

  • What does competition in global political leadership mean for international security and terrorism?
  • How is the balance of power shifting in Asia and what are the implications for regional trade?
  • What impact will Latin America’s election super-cycle have on regional stability?
  • Why is the tourism sector so exposed to rising levels of international terrorism?

Our dedicated website provides access to our free online Risk Map portal as well as the accompanying in-depth report and videos addressing key themes. Please do visit the site to find out more.

We hope you find the specialist insights from both risk maps useful and informative and Aon looks forward to continuing to support your risk management in the future.

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