For more than a decade Derek Leatherdale worked at HSBC, where he was based in the bank’s government affairs division and set up the internal geopolitical risk team. He is currently a risk consultant at GRI Strategies advising companies on geopolitical volatility. We talk with Derek discuss some of the geopolitical flashpoints moving markets, and whether companies and investors might soon have to pick a side in the US-China stand-off.
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