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episode 151: Development finance institutions in Africa: a critical role to play


Join Control Risks experts Tom Griffin, Joanna Turner and Clara Bonnor for a close look at how environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have become more pressing in Africa as a result of COVID-19 and how development finance institutions (DFIs) w...


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episode 150: Domestic violence in a world under lockdown


Join Charles Hecker for a discussion about the global impact of Covid-19 on domestic violence. This week's panel of experts includes Kimberly Brunell from our DC office and Joseph Smith from our London office. Subscribe to stay updated with new episodes ...


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episode 149: The Supply Chain Episode 8: A discussion with Jasper Neuteboom of BW Offshore


Jasper Neuteboom, Vice President of Insurance at BW Offshore, chats with Charles Hecker, one of our Partners, about supply chain challenges created by Covid-19, solutions he has found to meet them and what he thinks recovery might look like.


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episode 148: The Supply Chain Episode 7: Labour Rights


James Lewry, Director leading our labour rights practice team in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, discusses how businesses can look after their employees, as well as their supplier's employees, during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.


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Looking ahead in the Philippines


Long referred to as the "Sick Man of Asia" for its less than impressive economic performance and often volatile politics, the Philippines has shown record GDP growth in excess of 6% over the last 6-8 years. Under President Rodrigo Duterte, the country ha...


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episode 147: When emerging markets stop growing: Bangladesh and COVID-19


Bangladesh has come a long way in the past decade, achieving record growth that has averaged between 6-8% in the past five years. This has made Bangladesh something of a darling amongst foreign investors comfortable with frontier markets. However, the co...


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episode 146: Activism and unrest in a pandemic


Join Charles Hecker and a panel of Control Risks experts for a discussion about the global impact of Covid-19 on activism and unrest. This week's panel includes Jonathan Wood in DC, Pratyush Rao in Delhi, and Leandro Lima in São Paulo. Subscribe to stay ...


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Beyond the great firewall – the evolution of cyber risk in Asia


Though China’s cyber laws may be the most well-known, governments across the Asia Pacific – such as those in India, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam – are implementing new and evolving legislation and requirements on cyber security. The trend is so significant that we’ve seen demand for guidance on cyber issues expand exponentially in recent years. Requirements can vary hugely from one jurisdiction to the next, presenting unique challenges for multinationals...


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 2020-06-12  12m
 
 

episode 106: Beyond the great firewall – the evolution of cyber risk in Asia


Though China’s cyber laws may be the most well-known, governments across the Asia Pacific – such as those in India, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam – are implementing new and evolving legislation and requirements on cyber security. The trend i...


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 2020-06-12  12m
 
 

episode 105: Economic trends across Asia


Asia was the first region to experience the Covid-19 virus, but the economic effects have varied widely across the region. Northeast Asia, Korea and Taiwan have emerged stronger than others, while structurally open economies like Singapore, Hong Kong and...


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 2020-06-09  18m