The world has gotten used to growing levels of geopolitical risk over the last decade, but this report argues that 2020 is a tipping point. For the first time ever, the #1 risk for the year is US domestic politics, with US institutions likely to be tested in unprecedented ways in 2020. Meanwhile, all eyes will be on the future of the US-China relationship, which is at the heart of risk #2 (on technological decoupling between the two countries) and risk #3 (their clash over national security, influence, and values). Beyond these two superpowers, the report also focuses on Modi’s India, the role of multinational corporations, the new leadership in Europe, and the rising economic impact of climate change, among other hot issues.
Our event on March 10th will be a unique opportunity to hear directly from Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, Senior Advisor for Eurasia Group, about the political risk trends and hotspots most likely to move markets in the year ahead. This seminar will also give us a chance to address the relevance of the top 10 risks for Norwegian companies.
— Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, Senior Advisor for Eurasia Group and former Deputy Secretary-General for the United Nations, will present the Top 10 Geopolitical Risks in 2020.
— Agathe L’Homme, Head of Geopolitics at KPMG Norway, will speak on the Bottom Line for Norwegian Businesses.
— Discussion, Q & A
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday March 10th.
Breakfast and registration from 08.00.
The seminar will be transmitted to a selection of local KPMG offices in Norway. Please select your chosen location upon registration.
About the KPMG-Eurasia Group alliance:
KPMG has a global alliance with the Eurasia Group. The Eurasia Group is the foremost global firm in geopolitical risk analysis, and the KPMG-Eurasia alliance has greatly strengthened our geopolitical capacities including scenario planning, executive briefings, and country and asset analysis.