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Thursday, January 28, 2016

The Winter/ Spring 2016 Edition of the Clements Worldwide Risk Index is Out

The number of global risk managers citing terrorism as their top concern has doubled over the past year to 22% according to the Clements Worldwide Risk Index. 

Such a jump reflects that managers at the surveyed multinational corporations and humanitarian aid organizations see terrorism as a risk that needs to be increasingly contained in key areas of operations – not just war zones. Terrorism concerns, in addition to other fears regarding political unrest and business interruption and supply chain disruption, have led a significant 27% of global organizations to delay or even cancel investment and expansion.

Download the full report on the Winter/ Spring Edition of the Risk Index on  

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