The PRS Group maintains an active roster of risk analysts based around the globe, all of whom have expertise in the countries and regions covered by the firm. Our firm has been interviewed or quoted by such publications as Global Finance, LatinFinance, Institutional Investor, Euromoney, Reuters, CIO, INC Magazine, International Resource Journal, In The Black and African Business Journal.
Below are some of our more recent appearances in the media:
Mattlin, Ben. “Investing in Mexico in the Trump Era.” Financial Advisor Magazine, 1 Mar. 2017, Web. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.
Mattlin, Ben. “Will Emerging Markets Emerge in 2016?” Financial Advisor Magazine, 1 Dec. 2015, Web. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.
Kaissar, Nir. “Erdogen Should Show Turkey’s Markets Some Love.” Bloomberg.com, 22 Jul. 2016, Web. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.
Baldwin, Garrett. “Modeling Geopolitical Risk.” Modern Trader Magazine, 20 Feb. 2016, Web. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.
McKee, Christopher. “Will Kim-Jong Un Allow the Unthinkable?” Modern Trader Magazine, 13 Oct. 2014, Web. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.
McKee, Christopher. “Developed world political risks can no longer be ignored” HFM Week, 25 Jul. 2016, Web. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.
PRS Group, The. “The PRS Group: The World in 2017.” Modern Trader Magazine, 17 Feb. 2017, Web. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.
Kotecki, Rob. “Autocratic for the People.” Private Funds Management (pfm), 1 Feb. 2017, Web. Accessed 6 Mar. 2017.
Our risk analysts are able to comment on a range of country and political risk-related issues as well as those of a more specific and timely nature.
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