Why subscribe to Political Monitor?
Political Monitor quantifies political risk and presents our analysis and recommendations in a concise format for the busy executive. Our unique offer allows key decision-makers - whether they be investors, corporate officers or policy makers - to quickly grasp the commercial implications of political trends and plan accordingly.
A Political Monitor subscription provides access to a wide range of content including risk scores & indices, political risk maps, weekly risk notes, briefing notes and the data point series. Combined they provide unique insight into the way in which politics influences the commercial environment. The key elements of the subscription service are:
- Risk notes – our weekly risk notes analyse the political risk environment with a focus on what’s ahead. They include data from our risk scores and indices and expert insight on what the latest trends mean for markets and firms. Published on Monday and Friday the notes are essential to begin and finish your week.
- Data point – the data point series examines the key numbers in political risk and the implications for markets.
- Snapshot report – our snapshots provide a brief overview of an emerging issue or trend detailing the key players, risks and likely next steps. They provide information in a streamlined format to give you the critical insight you need quickly and efficiently.
- Global Political Risk Outlook – this in-depth report examines the big global political risks in the year ahead. It covers the major regions of the world and provides unique insight into how politics is likely to shape markets over the next 12 months. Released at the beginning of each year with updates as required.
- Asia Political Risk Index – this proprietary index provides a political risk score for the most important economies in the Asia region. The index identifies the extent of economic and social inequality, particularly among key demographics, and the risk of political and social turmoil. The index is unique in identifying the underlying social currents likely to result in political upheaval and regime change.
- Country risk reports – these reports provide analysis of key risks in some of the world’s most important economies, with a particular focus on Asia. Covering politics, economics and security issues the reports provide critical insight into the trends shaping each market’s investment environment.
- Australian Political Risk Index – our proprietary index tracks political risk in Australia and its correlation with key financial markets. It provides unique insight into the influence of politics on domestic markets and allows investors to identify the periods in which political risk is most acute.
- Industry briefing notes – our briefing notes provide a concise but comprehensive overview of the key political risks confronting various sectors of the economy. They include risk summaries, key global and domestic influencing factors, the numbers behind the story, implications and recommendations. They have become essential reading for corporate and regulatory affairs executives seeking to understand their firm’s exposure to political interference.
- Industry risk maps – our maps provide a graphical representation of the political risks confronting key sectors with ratings for both the likelihood and implications of those risks. A quick and easy way to grasp sector specific political risk.
- Special reports – our special reports examine emerging trends and issues in political risk covering a wide variety of industries. They include quantitative and qualitative analysis and allow investors and corporate affairs executives to monitor emerging risks.
- Australian State Political Risk Index - our proprietary risk index scores and ranks the risk of each Australian state and territory based on over 20 variables. The index provides insight into which states present as the safest option for investment and the key influencing factors driving each state's outlook.
- Local Government Risk Scores – these proprietary scores allow firms to identify the risk of doing business with local government authorities in Australia. They provide insight into a range of issues including the risk of project delays and political interference. They are essential for any firm considering a major investment in any Australian local government authority.
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