Tag Archives: Turkey

Marketplace Realities: Political Risk

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In this update to our Marketplace Realities, political risk edition, our price prediction for political risk is flat to +2%. There are several locales in which political risks are significant. Continue reading →

Latest Developments in Turkey Could Leave Gaps in Coverage

Gezi Park Protests, Taksim Square, Istanbul, Turkey

Turkey is in the midst of the biggest anti-government street protests since Islamist-leaning Justice and Development Party (AKP) took power more than a decade ago. But after being elected to his third term two years ago with 50% of the … Continue reading →

Turkey is Growing: It’s Time to Increase Re/insurance Penetration

Turkey’s current economic growth presents domestic insurers with both opportunities and challenges. According to figures from the Turkish Contractors Association (TCA), in 2010 and 2011 Turkey’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 9.2% and 8.5% respectively. Continue reading →

Prepare for the Next Emerging Markets

If the first round of massive and rapid globalization produced four juggernauts of economic development that most companies were desperate to tap into and at times struggled to manage, shouldn’t more attention be paid NOW to round two? Continue reading →

Emerging Global Risk of 2013: Missing out on BRICS 2

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The emerging risk for global business in 2013 is the risk of missing out on the next emerging markets. Continue reading →