To navigate globalization and an evolving global order, accounting and finance leaders must analyze economic risks when considering investments or market exposure. But to spot crucial opportunities and manage risk, they must also understand the political factors and trends changing our world in real-time. Whether it’s increasingly contentious relations between China and the United States, a potential new incoming US President, the wars in Ukraine and the Middle East, a more complex regulatory environment in Europe, a newly global focus from India, surges of populism in Latin America, or heightened competition in Africa, political analyst and entrepreneur Ian Bremmer will detail how the current geopolitical landscape will shape the future of global order and business.
How to identify the broader trends remaking tomorrow's global balance of power
How to spot political risk on the horizon and balance it against economic opportunities
How to understand the opportunities, and dangers, of multilayered relations between countries