Geostrategy by Design

How to manage geopolitical risk in a new era of globalization.

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First, EY EMEIA Geostrategy Leader Famke Krumbmüller will provide an update on recent geopolitical events. Then the authors of Geostrategy by Design, released on June 25, will discuss how dramatic changes in the geopolitical environment and their years of research collaboration led to the creation of this book.

EY leaders Courtney Rickert McCaffrey and Oliver Jones will provide insight and analysis on how geopolitics is affecting companies around the world and how they are managing it. Professor Witold J. Henisz, Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, will share perspectives on how political risks, as well as environmental, social and governance factors more broadly, affect the strategy and valuation of global corporations.

This webcast will offer invaluable insights into:

  • Key recent geopolitical developments and what they signal about the future of globalization
  • How executives should position their company for growth when the geopolitical future is uncertain
  • A proven framework to embed geopolitics into a company’s operations and strategy


  • Professor Witold J. Henisz, Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
  • Courtney Rickert McCaffrey, EY Global Geostrategic Business Group Insights Leader, EY Global Research Institute Director – EY Knowledge
  • Oliver Jones, EY Global Strategy and Transactions Markets, Sustainability and Geostrategy Leader
  • Famke Krumbmüller, EY EMEIA Activation Leader, Geostrategic Business Group


Total duration: 1 hour


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