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Navigating Global Risks: Impact on Corporate Valuations

In an era marked by unprecedented challenges, the global business landscape is continually shaped by an array of risks that extend far beyond traditional economic concerns. As we delve into the complexities of corporate valuations, it becomes imperative to recognise and understand the profound influence that global risks exert on the financial health and stability of companies. According to the World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report 2024, the top five global short-term risks—misinformation and disinformation, extreme weather events, societal polarisation, cyber insecurity, and interstate armed conflict—stand out as critical factors affecting corporate valuations.
In the article we expand on these risks and the effects they have on the corporate valuations landscape.