Welcome to the March 2018 edition of the IMEA Quarterly Review. This quarter’s edition focuses on a number of geopolitical topics that impact the region and its economies.
Past years have seen profound geopolitical changes across the world, from seismic ‘de-globalisation’ events such as Brexit and the election of US President Donald Trump, to issues surrounding climate change and the environment, and the rise of new technologies such as artificial intelligence. These trends have major implications for businesses and society, which require the attention of leaders.
The India, Middle East and Africa (IMEA) region is no exception. Issues that have dominated headlines include political renewal in South Africa and Zimbabwe, the GCC diplomatic standoff, and profound economic policy changes in India. These events impact businesses, governments and institutions seeking to do business in this part of the world.
Within this context, Brunswick Group launched its global geopolitical offering earlier this year, with the goal of helping clients and business leaders navigate the increasingly complex political, social and economic environment they face.
Bringing together a team of highly experienced independent thinkers, Brunswick Geopolitical draws on a broad and deep knowledge of the key issues in the major markets. It will complement the firm’s full range of advisory offers, including Regulatory & Public Affairs, across 24 offices around the world.
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