The first published edition of the Nigeria Crime and Security Risk Report provides risk management and insurance professionals with detailed insight on the practicalities and major risks from the crime and security sector when operating in Nigeria. It is a vital source of intelligence whether you operate in the country currently or are considering a move into the market.
It gives you all the data and analysis you need to fully understand Angolan crime and security risks. This includes specific insight on dangers to foreign business travellers and expats, and the likelihood of terrorist attacks and international conflict that could affect your business, whilst also comparing the country to the wider region.
Crime and Security Risk:
What are the main risks to operating in Nigeria posed by the crime and security sector?
The Report examines the crime and security risks faced by foreign business travellers and other expatriates in Nigeria, utilising the Business Monitor Crime and Security Risk Index of 170 states worldwide.
Criminal Risks – This section looks into the risks faced by foreign business travellers and expatriates from a full range of crimes, including petty crimes and nuisances, scams, assault, murder, kidnapping, and cyber crimes. It also examines the risks to foreign businesses from organised crime, and the competence and the reliability of local law enforcement agencies.
Terrorism Risks – Looks at the risks of a terrorist attack or major acts of political violence, based on the size, motivations, geographic spread, and capabilities of terrorist/extremist groups. It also assesses the country’s attractiveness as a target, transit point, or safe haven for international terror groups. The Report also looks at the effectiveness of Nigeria's counterterrorism forces.
Interstate Security Risks – This section assesses the likelihood of the country becoming embroiled in international conflict, based on its existing and anticipated international disputes, bilateral and multilateral dispute resolution mechanisms, and any military alliances it has. It also assesses the country’s military capabilities in relation to potential aggressors.
- Contrast the criminal, terrorism and interstate security risks of Nigeria against its regional peers and in relation to 170 states globally.
- Protect your business against the threats of crime, terrorism, and international conflict when deciding whether to expand your existing operations in Nigeria or move into the market for the first time.