In the News

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 Bloomberg, The Wall Street JournalGlobal Finance, LatinFinance, Institutional Investor, Euromoney, Reuters, CIO, INC Magazine, International Resource JournalIn The Black and African Business Journal.

Below are some of our more recent appearances in the media:

Bharali, I and Gill, I. “Measuring the gap between ability and effort in domestic revenue mobilization.The Brookings Institution. 29 April 2019.

Al-Ubaydli, Omar. “Why are investors so interested in Saudi Arabia?” Al Arabiya. 28 April 2019

Mintz, Jack. “Trudeau going soft on SNC-Lavalin’s corruption could cost Canada a lot.” Financial Post. 15 March 2019.

Dahl, Bill. “Corruption in Mexico 2019: SWJ Interview with Dr. Jose Ivan Rodriguez Sanchez.Small Wars Journal. 11 February 2019

Iftekharuzzaman, Dr. “Bangladesh descends in corruption ranking.The Daily Star. 30 January 2019

Saigal, Kanika. “MINING | Mozambique, Glittering graphite.The Africa Report. December 2018/January 2019

Villamil, Justin. “Risk Consultant PRS Plays Down Risk of Bolsonaro’s Populist Past.” Bloomberg. 5 October 2018

McMahon, Fred. “Shrink the government, uphold the law, enjoy the economic gains.The Hill. 4, October 2018.

Saigal, Kanika. “Ethiopia pushes its privatization agenda.” Euromoney. 4 October 2018

Serkin, Gavin. “Zimbabwe’s Elections: Lost Opportunity?” Africa Global Funds. 4.9 (2018): 16-17.

Keeler, Dan. “This Week on the Frontiers, September 8th 2018.The Wall Street Journal: Frontier Markets. 7 September 2018

Mishra, Richa. “India looks to keep Iran oil lines open in face of US sanctions.” The Hindu Business Line. 21 August 2018

Saeed Azhar, Katie Paul, and Maha El Dahan. “Saudi Arabia’s deepening row with Canada threatens to scare off regime’s already nervous foreign investors.” Financial Post. 8 August 2018.

Saeed Azhar, Katie Paul, and Maha El Dahan. “Saudi-Canada row could further rattle foreign investors eyeing kingdom.” Reuters. 8 August 2018

Farai Shawn Matiashe and Lynsey Chutel. “The show of force by Zimbabwe’s military this election is about their own power, not politics.” Quartz Africa. 2 August 2018

Gabriele Steinhauser and Bernard Mpofu. “Incumbent Wins Zimbabwe Presidential Vote Amid Rising Tensions.” The Wall Street Journal. 2 August 2018

Marawanyika, Godfrey, et al. “Mnangagwa elected president of Zimbabwe.” The Straits Times. 4 August 2018.

Joe Brock and MacDonald Dzirutwe. “Observers Condemn Army Violence as Zimbabwe Awaits Election Result.” Reuters. 2 August 2018

Annifred Solomon. “Pakistan polls: Will ‘sympathy’ for Sharif overwhelm Army support for Imran?The Week. 25 July 2018

Natasha Turak. “Terrorism, corruption and Chinese investment: The stakes in Pakistan’s second-ever democratic election.CNBC. 25 July 2018

Natasha Turak. “More turmoil in Iraq as deadly protests ravage oil-rich south.CNBC. 19 July 2018

Parfitt, Tom “Oil price CRISIS: Global oil prices to SOAR as violent clashes continue in Iraq.Daily Express. 19 July 2018

Bloomberg, L.P. “Bloomberg Live Blog: Pakistan General Election.”  Bloomberg.com. 16 July 2018

Netty Idayu Ismail and Arif Sharif. “Bond Yields Are Juicy, But Don’t Hide Lebanon’s Debt Burden.” Bloomberg.com. 12 July 2018

Natasha Turak.  “More than 100 politicians have been murdered in Mexico ahead of Sunday’s election.” CNBC. 26 June 2018

Natasha Turak.  “Molotov cocktails and state-led violence: How Nicaragua is slipping into Venezuela-crisis territory.” CNBC. 15 June 2018

Newman, Alex. “The rough guide to risk.Investors Chronicle. 17 November 2017.

Reklaitis, Victor. “Political Storms Won’t Deter Polish Stock Rally.Barron’s. 26 August 2017.

Mattlin, Ben. “Will Emerging Markets Emerge In 2016?Financial Advisor. 1 December 2015.

Quittner, Jeremy. “Your Road Map to Going Global in Uncertain Times.Inc. 15 October 2012.

 

 

 

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