Eurasia Group

Eurasia Group

Eurasia Group is a global political risk consultancy, founded in 1998.

Infobox Company
company_name = Eurasia Group
company_type = Corporation
company_slogan = Defining the Business of Politics
foundation = 1998
location = Headquartered in New York City
Offices in London, Washington, DC, and Tokyo
key_people = Alec Alenstein, COO
Ian Bremmer, President
John Green, Director, Research
Preston Keat, Dir, Research
Harry Harding, Counsellor

num_employees = 100 full-time/ 480 part-time
industry = Consulting
Professional Services
products = Professional Services
revenue = Not Disclosed (~$50-75m est)
homepage = []


Eurasia Group has offices in New York, Washington, London, and Tokyo; with about 100 full-time employees. The company also employs a network of 480 experts in 65 countries in Asia, Latin America, Europe & Eurasia, and Middle East & Africa--a profile "The Economist" magazine calls "an inspiration for any academic with a seemingly useless degree in political science." [ [ Political-risk analysis | The new bull market | ] ]

Eurasia Group is best known as a political risk advisory group, and is generally recognized to be the first to systematically bring political science as a discipline to Wall Street. [ [ Reviews: Eurasia Group ] ] This approach includes the Citigroup Eurasia Group Global Political Risk Index (GPRI)--the first qualitative comparative political and economic risk index designed specifically to measure stability in emerging markets. Developed over a ten-year period by experts in transitional politics and economics, the methodology provides an "early warning" system which helps anticipate critical trends and provides a measure for country capacity to withstand political, economic, security, and social shocks. [ [ Assessing the Predictive Powers of Country Risk Ratings and Governance Indicators ] ]

Eurasia Group services include analytical research publications and tailored consulting and advisory services, as well as direct access to Eurasia Group analysts, on political trends and their impact on business, financial markets and the foreign investment climate. Eurasia Group's 300 clients include major investment banks, institutional investors, government agencies, and multinational corporations in numerous sectors.

Eurasia Group has a global strategic alliance with PricewaterhouseCoopers, launched in March 2006 to integrate political risk assessment into risk management capabilities for multinational corporations worldwide. In 2006, Eurasia Group also began publication of the Global Risk Navigator ( [] ), a country-based political risk-assessment tool, together with The Harvard Business Review.


In March 2005, Eurasia Group acquired the assets of Intellibridge, a Washington DC-based strategic advisory firm founded by former-National Security Advisor Anthony Lake and David Rothkopf. [ [ Eurasia Group establishes Washington, DC Office; Acquires Assets of Intellibridge Corporation. - Business Wire - HighBeam Research ] ] Terms of the acquisition were not made public, though Intellibridge had received some $28 million in venture capital since being founded in 1999.


Like Bloomberg, Eurasia Group eschews private offices; all employees sit "on the floor" to facilitate communication


External links

* [ Official website]
* [ Economist profile of Eurasia Group]
* [ Eurasia Group profile -- Diary of a Political Scientist on Slate]
* [ Google News on Eurasia Group]
* [ PWC-Eurasia Group study on multinational corporations and political risk]

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