Content by Topic: Geopolitical Risks

Responding to global affairs in a state of disruptive transition

Global affairs are in a state of disruptive transition. Trends like the growth of emerging economies, the rise of populism, and evolving security threats are increasing multipolarity in international relations, upsetting trade and investment flows, steering markets and shaping regulation. Multilateral organizations, national and sub-national governments and civil society groups often hold competing interests and objectives, and the relationships between these constituencies can shape the business environment in which financial institutions operate.

Collaborating with field specialists in industry and academia, GRI is committed to helping our members grapple with rising uncertainty in global politics and adapt risk management strategies in response to geopolitical developments.