Enhanced country risk assessment
Thanks to our system analysis methodology, multifaceted approach to research and broad source coverage, we are able to provide our clients with the most accurate and verified information to support their strategic objectives and short-term goals in nearly every country of the world.
We help our clients safely enter new markets, build beneficial partnerships, understand current conditions and be aware of the changing environment. COSA is an invaluable guide to key potential risks of doing business in a particular country.
Expertise in a variety of industries is provided by our in-house experts, as well as a wide source network that we continuously expand and develop. Working with us means having access to a specialist in nearly any business sector, which grows into a network of contacts throughout research and fieldwork.
COSA also provides indispensable on-the-ground facilitation for our clients in specific industries, helping them implement trade and investment projects.
COSA’s political mapping method, source access and political risk expertise allow us to provide tailored advisory services, helping our clients to identify their exposure to political risk, avoid undesirable scenarios, identify decision makers and groups of influence and understand ties between government and business in a country or region on demand.
Complete understanding of compliance with the FCPA and Bribery Act 2010 broadens our application of political risk analysis, making this area of expertise an integral part of our compliance checks and integrity due diligence projects.
COSA’s solutions for security risks are aimed at helping our clients avoid threats arising in risky markets, navigate uncertain fields and be aware of risks in locations they visit in the course of their business expansion.
Using methods of system analysis and being involved in international business processes, we develop research projects on such issues as: establishing a new global system of international relations and international security, inter-civilizational relations, changes within the power industry and environmental challenges.