Mapping Risk

Nothing is more constant than change.

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This map overlays political risk and CDS spread volatility and is part of our forthcoming Sigma Global Risk Index.  The “Index” allows functionality around a range of issues that would arguably expose a firm to higher conduct risk (e.g., corruption, money laundering and sanctions).

The biggest movers this week, for a range of reasons specific to internal politics and geopolitical positioning, include:

Argentina, Italy, Lebanon, Turkey, South Korea and Indonesia.

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