Research and Analysis

OAG's Research and Analysis service provides bespoke briefings to clients concerned about economic, geopolitical and security risks to their investments and their in-country capital.

We offer a discrete consulting service through our Advisory Group. The Advisory Group is comprised of experts from around the world who are available to consult directly to our clients or contribute as part of a larger research and analysis project. Where we feel that we need more experience to deliver in a certain field, we source additional expertise through our established network.

Many of our clients have their own internal research departments and look to OAG to augment their own in-house expertise. In partnership, we identify gaps in analysis and coverage and use the experience of our Advisory Group to deliver a bespoke product. Our unique selling point is our ability to leverage a global network of knowledge.

We provide clarity to some of the complex local, national and regional issues that cause concern for the boards of our clients. We assist our clients to develop a long-term outlook for their business. We are often brought in at the strategic planning phase of investment decisions in order to provide additional clarity to the realities of a developing political, economic or security situation.

Current Affairs

Mexican opposition leader Anaya to seek presidency in coalition

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican opposition leader Ricardo Anaya said on Sunday he would seek to win the presidency in a left-right alliance after stepping down as head of the conservative National Action Party (PAN).

10th December 2017

Labour Party looks to move some BoE functions away from London

(Reuters) - Britain's Labour Party is considering moving some of Bank of England's functions to Birmingham, from its current home in Threadneedle Street in the City of London, according to an interim report on the British financial system released on Sunday.

10th December 2017

Australia shares expected to start week higher, NZ slips

Dec 11 (Reuters) - Australian shares are expected to open higher on Monday, following Friday's gains on Wall Street on better than expected jobs data, and supported by firm commodity prices. U.S. non-farm payrolls rose by 228,000 jobs last month amid broad gains in hiring as the distortions from the recent hurricanes faded, Labor Department data showed, topping expectations of a rise in jobs of 200,000. Australian share price index futures rose 0.4 percent, or 2

10th December 2017