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GeoQuant is a revolutionary platform that fuses political science with computer science to help global investors, analysts and other decision makers identify, track and price political risks in real time.
Our machine-learning software scrapes the web for large volumes of reputable data, news and social media content.
This data fuels intelligent algorithms that generate high-frequency, objective and actionable political risk scores, enhanced by a team of political scientists and country experts.
Integrate political risk into investment decisions and risk management strategies.
Generate political risk metrics customized to your analytic viewpoint and client audience
Our software provides analysts and investors with a comprehensive, analytic toolkit to identify and compare risks across markets, in real time.
Our software is designed to learn, powered by early warning and prediction engines that track data and indicators specific to your investments, operations and interests.
This functionality creates powerful tools to identify potential sources of political risk, helping you take action to protect your investments and clients, and hedge against future uncertainty.
Our early warning and prediction engines track data and indicators specific to your investments, operations and interests, helping you identify potential sources of political risk, and hedge against future uncertainty.
Brazil | March 15, 2017 UTC-04:00
Government stability is projected to decline by 5% over the next 3 months
China | April 30, 2017 UTC-04:00
Macro policy risk will stabilize after recent volatility
UK | December 5, 2016 UTC-04:00
Terrorism risk will increase by 4% in 1H 2017
Pricing political risk is hard. GeoQuant makes it easy.
Political risk matters, today more than ever. From the far-reaching effects of shock elections and geopolitical instability, to the daily impacts of shifting regulations and social unrest, political factors increasingly influence investment decisions that impact the bottom line.
But because political factors are difficult to identify--and even more difficult to quantify--they are often left out of the investment equation. Decision makers and analysts have been unable to incorporate politics into asset allocation or risk management strategies, instead relying on ad-hoc reports or static indicators to make critical decisions in real time.
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