Partial or complete diagnosis of economic resilience (strategy, culture, organization, processes, information and infrastructure). During the diagnosis we assess impacts of the systemic risks listed below on the activities of the company and on it´s whole value chain (procurement, supply chain etc.).
Risks in the economic category include financial crises and crises of liquidity, failure of an important financial mechanism or of a major financial institution, shock through oil prices, unemployment and inadequate physical infrastructure, which supports economic activity.
Risks in the environmental category include both natural disasters such as earthquakes and geomagnetic storms, and risks of human origin such as the collapse of ecosystems, freshwater shortages, nuclear accidents and failure to mitigate or to adapt to climate change.
Geopolitical risks cover the fields of politics, diplomacy, conflict, crime and global governance. Our analyzes include risks of terrorism, conflicts due to resources and governance.
Our studies address the risks for social stability, as for example, large income disparities, aging of population, food crises and dysfunctional cities. We also analyze public health risks such as pandemics, antibiotic resistant bacteria and the growing burden of chronic diseases.
Technological risks cover significant risks due to growing centralization of information and communication, that can affect businesses and governments. Those include cyber attacks, disruption of infrastructure and data loss.