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Investing in Frontier Markets: Managing Credit and Political Risk
Marsh provides the experience, market presence, and knowledge that you need to address the most challenging country or credit risks.

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Political Risk Issues for Mobile Assets
The effects of political risk events can range from negligible to severe, with consequences isolated to the loss of the value of the assets, or representing a more integral part of the company's business.

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Political Risk Issues for Lenders
Financial institutions engaged in cross-border lending are often hindered in pursuing similar transactions by limit restrictions to country exposure mandated by regulatory agencies or internal bank guidelines. In addition, international events affecting the repayment of underlying loans can occur without warning, leading to potential losses in the portfolio and negatively impacting the profitability of a lender?s portfolio of assets.

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Political Risk Issues for Permanent Equity Investments
Companies with existing or pending long-term investments in overseas emerging markets are vulnerable to various types of political risks, whether the investment is made in a wholly-owned subsidiary, a joint venture, or an affiliated company. These risks may occur without warning, and can originate from a variety of sources and in a number of different forms.

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Political Risk Issues for Contracts Overseas
In addition to the underlying credit risk in every trade transaction, companies who contract with either foreign governments or private entities located abroad, for either the purchase or supply of goods or services, often face a number of political risks that threaten the profitability of the transaction. Events to forestall the fulfillment of a contract agreement can occur before or after shipment or delivery of the contracted goods, and before, during, or after completion of the contracted services.

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