What the Lotte Corruption Case Teaches Us About Risk
Posted on 03-05-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Nothing evokes the public and personal perils of high-level corruption more powerfully than photos of the billionaire chairman of a corporate conglomerate being led to a prison bus in handcuffs. Or almost nothing. Images of his 95-year-old wheelchair-bound father, the founder of the conglomerate, leaving... Read More

Lessons Learned: How One Global Economist Evaluates Political and Economic Risk
Posted on 03-02-2018 by Lisa Thompson

For the latest installment of our Q&A series, we spoke with Simon Baptist of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). More than 100 economists and experts at the EIU analyze political and economic risks for some of the world’s biggest companies. As Global Chief Economist and Managing Director... Read More

Managing Compliance Risk as U.S. Relations with Cuba Evolve
Posted on 03-23-2016 by Ulyana Androsova

Earlier this week, President Obama became the first sitting American president to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge. When Air Force One landed in Havana, Obama tweeted , “¿Que bolá Cuba? Just touched down here, looking forward to meeting and hearing directly from the Cuban people.... Read More