Eurasia Group is the world’s leading global political risk research and consulting firm. By providing information and insight on how political developments move markets, we help clients anticipate and respond to instability and opportunities everywhere they do business.
Founded in 1998, the firm’s name reveals its early focus on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, but today our research platform is global. Our analysts monitor political, economic, social, and security developments in Africa, Asia, Eurasia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. They also examine cross-border issues such as trade, energy and other commodities, financial regulation, climate change, and global health. Our coverage areas include:
» Governance and politics
» Regulatory issues
» Economic indicators
» Social trends and developments
» International and regional relations
Our clients—ranging from financial institutions to multinational corporations to government agencies—come to us for guidance when they’re operating in uncertain environments. In 2001, we developed the financial community’s first global political risk index to measure the comparative stability of emerging markets. We use both quantitative and qualitative assessments to provide timely information on key political drivers around the world and to highlight global trends.
» Direct access to analysts
» Independent research and tailored consulting reports
» Political risk assessments
» Scenario analysis and strategic planning
» Quantitative risk metrics and evaluations
Headquartered in New York, we have offices in Washington, DC, and London, as well as on-the-ground experts and resources in more than a hundred countries. Our analysts are highly trained political scientists with extensive experience in the public and private sectors.
Political risk is about understanding that governments and businesses have different expectations and goals. To operate a global business successfully, you need to understand what motivates government action, particularly in places where politics matter at least as much as economics to market outcomes.
—Ian Bremmer, President, Eurasia Group