In a fast paced turbulent world, organisations are required to make effective decisions in advance of the risks occurring. With new risks developing every day, how can organisations adopt a proper global strategy to stay ahead of the curve?
Risks that face each organisation are not the same
Using our stress matrix methodology and the monitoring capacity of the Daily Brief, the Global Risk Monitor can be tailored to client’s specific risk concerns.
Customised risks can be as specific or general as clients require. We can focus on one or more countries, regions and industries, or a mix. We also include a range of areas and themes, such as the environment, energy, politics, security, the economy and social change.
We then provide regular monitoring to gauge the development of these risks, and notify clients as we see the likelihood of a negative impact increasing.
Measure potential risks and determine their likelihood
The Global Risk Monitor gives you the ability to quantify these risks and use that data to monitor and respond to them.
Drawing on the collective expertise of our in-house analysts, senior global advisors and global expert network, our default GRM dashboard monitors 10 macro risks facing the world in the year ahead. We demonstrate how to measure changes in geopolitical risks according to our rigorous and transparent methodology.
Access fully supported analysis
Clients will receive a weekly email with our updated risk assessments. The fully interactive interface allows users to view the evolution of risks over time.
All of our assessments are integrated with supporting analysis from the Oxford Analytica Daily Brief so that clients are able to contact the analysts who monitor these risks.
Gain better outcomes and faster growth
We safeguard your organisation by monitoring global risks that most affect you through updates – these can be daily, weekly or as often as required.
Prices for monitoring customised risks are structured accordingly.
Request a Global Risk Monitor trial
The Global Risk Monitor gives you the ability to measure and understand the likelihood of emerging risks.