- Jun 28 2023
- 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Public Access
Webinar: Global Risk Monitor: Measure and understand the likelihood of emerging geopolitical risks
Wednesday, June 28
3pm – 4pm UK | 10am – 11am ET
Oxford Analytica has refreshed the risks in its Global Risk Monitor, which monitors a set of low-probability, high-impact geopolitical risks on a two-year time horizon.
The February 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine underscored the potential for geopolitical risks to have a dramatic impact globally: grain and energy prices in Latin America and Southeast Asia spiked, as they did in the rest of the world. The invasion also focused minds in many companies on the prospect of a conflict involving Taiwan, and the physical and sanctions risks that would follow from that.
The Global Risk Monitor (GRM) monitors a set of low-probability, high-impact geopolitical risks on a two-year time horizon. The GRM covers twelve risks across every major continent. Many consider the possibility of armed conflict; some focus on a political shock with economic and strategic implications; and one considers risks in the cyber domain. For governments and companies, these are vital risks to monitor—but the bandwidth to do so can be limited.
Join Oxford Analytica’s webinar on June, 28, where our experts will explain the methodology behind the GRM and focus on four of the twelve risks:
- A conflict over Taiwan
- The risk of war between India and Pakistan
- A political rupture in Brazil
- A prospective cyber attack on the critical infrastructure of a Western state
Who should attend?
This is a public webinar open to those navigating complex markets and assessing risk in the year ahead and those who are in foreign and defence ministries, intelligence agencies, as well as senior executives and those involved in government affairs, legal services and finance, public policy.
Each session is supported by a background briefing curated by our team of expert analysts who produce our flagship publication, the Oxford Analytica Daily Brief. These in-depth briefings are circulated to attendees in advance of each call and are available as written articles published in the Daily Brief.
* ALL FIELDS ARE REQUIRED