Special Report | 2022 Outlook Economic Risk

Special Report | 2022 Outlook Economic Risk

REPORT • Feb 2022

Our six-part series of special reports takes a close look at the risks organisations could face in the year ahead. This report outlines the consequences economic risk could have on global instability.

Key Points

Executive Summary

Despite the continuing impact of the pandemic through 2021, many economies performed better than anticipated over the last 12 months. However, the tail end of the year and the first quarter of 2022 have seen rising concern about economic growth. This concern is being driven by a number of factors, including global supply chain disruptions, rising consumer demand for goods, increased energy prices and elevated levels of global debt.

Key factors outlined in this report;

  • Inflation
  • Food price inflation
  • China’s liquidity crisis
  • Organisation relocation
  • Potential conflicts

 

Request our 7 page special report on economic risk

Complete the form to receive the report in your inbox.

Please check your junk folder if report has not been received within 5 minutes.

Your privacy is important to us. Solace Cyber intelligence subscription includes free intelligence analysis, industry reports and occasional information about our services. For full information please see privacy policy

Recent Alerts

1004 20 May 2022

RT @PataYamahaBRIXX: Welcome to the team @SolaceGlobal! Find out more about our new cyber security & travel risk partnership and how you ca…

0959 20 May 2022

We have become official risk & security management partners of Crescent Yamaha for the WorldSBK series. To celebrat… https://t.co/XnuBO2DNQR

1357 13 May 2022

As part of our focus on #climatechange & the effects on #travelriskmanagement we look at the forthcoming 2022… https://t.co/Tk4aYK0Wh4

1255 09 May 2022

#workingfromhome used to be an unusual occurrence. Now it is commonplace, it is important that increased… https://t.co/r0qDpfQRQw

1334 27 Apr 2022

#Ransomware attacks significantly increased in 2021. Comparing Q1 and Q2 2021 there has been a 93% increase in rans… https://t.co/dpO9S8Ftmi

1321 26 Apr 2022

Political instability report: What #crises are affecting #globalinstability, plus what hotspots should be monitored… https://t.co/bCu5TiwBHB

0850 14 Apr 2022

The number of #journalists in Ukraine going missing, become injured or killed is rising. Each year, many… https://t.co/KusAyxogjG

1538 12 Apr 2022

Please find attached our latest Alert Plus, covering an ongoing incident in #Brooklyn, #NewYork. To read more and… https://t.co/dCJukKLQs7

0838 08 Apr 2022

Extinction Rebellion protests starting in Hyde Park this weekend aim to be “the most disruptive yet”. We share how… https://t.co/hMKWrhSLYp

1349 06 Apr 2022

What does the world look like without #Russian & #Ukrainian #commodities? The complexities of readjusting the wor… https://t.co/71IYRjwKGW

1426 31 Mar 2022

There have been 3 attacks in less than a week – as a result the last week is Israel’s deadliest in recent years. T… https://t.co/if7SuzUEaq

1320 24 Mar 2022

Are media crews safe while reporting from Ukraine? As part of our focus on the crisis in Ukraine, we look at how t… https://t.co/lomGCRqaQm