This article in Strategic Risk discusses how growing geopolitical risk may impact businesses during a year of global elections, turmoil and uncertainty. The article explores what this means for the regulatory landscape and why businesses should be monitoring regulatory risk. It follows an interview with James Crask, head of strategic risk consulting at Marsh UK and Ireland, who emphasises the need for organisations to think globally when it comes to risk this year and the potential knock-on impacts for supply and demand of goods and services, alongside the role of insurance in covering losses associated with geopolitical risk and contract frustration or defaulting.


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