Global instability -- will it continue to rock our world?
WASHINGTON, June 7, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The "Grexit," Syria "exploding," Russia's "Tsar" Putin increasing defence spending, China's slowing economy and changing leadership and other political risks continue to cause global insecurity. What is the importance of these events, will they continue to shake the world and why? Ask Richard Fenning.
Richard Fenning, Control Risks' CEO, will address the forthcoming International Economic Forum of the Americas Conference on Montreal on June 13, 2012, and discuss the importance of political risk as well as the shifting balances that the path to globalization leaves in its wake. Fenning will examine the possible implications of a "Grexit," the continuing role of social protest as a source of political instability and potential insecurity, Iran as the world's geopolitical flashpoint, and how supply chain shocks continue to threaten businesses.
Richard Fenning is the Chief Executive Officer of Control Risks. Control Risks is one of the world's leading business risk consultancies advising corporations and governments on a wide range of political, integrity and security risks. He has an honours degree in Modern History from the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom and in 2004 attended the Advanced Management Programme at INSEAD business school in France. He is an ambassador of emergency medical relief charity, Merlin and sits on the Advisory Panel for Durham University's Global Security Institute.
About Control Risks
Control Risks is a global risk consultancy specializing in political, security and integrity risk. The company enables its clients to understand and manage the risks of operating in complex or hostile environments. Through a unique combination of services and wide geographical reach and by adopting a close partnership approach with clients, Control Risks helps organizations effectively solve their problems and realize new opportunities around the world. www.control-risks.com.
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