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Nader Mousavizadeh advises some of the world’s leading corporations, financial institutions, and decision-makers in government, delivering actionable macro strategies and solutions. The Co-CEO of Macro Advisory Partners and former CEO of Oxford Analytica, Mousavizadeh shares deep analytical judgments about how organizations can navigate the global shifts, risks and opportunities at the nexus of markets, politics, and policy.
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For years Nader Mousavizadeh – advisor to some of the world’s leading corporations –has been spotting the big trends and hidden risks far ahead of the news.   We are now seeing an acceleration of the forces of uncertainty and volatility that Mousavizadeh predicted in his July 2011 column for Reuters, “Welcome to the Archipelago World,” a world with less convergence and more divergence.
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How Will the Trump Presidency Impact the World Economy, Global Businesses, and Investments? Consider these speakers as you navigate the risks, uncertainties, and opportunities of a new global landscape:  Fareed Zakaria Host of CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS • Washington Post  Columnist “The election of Donald Trump poses a fundamental question: Is the era of globalization over?  Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the free movement of capital, goods, services, and people accelerated across the world.
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"Brexit is a decision with material short and long term implications for global businesses and investors. The imperative of macro diligence — assessing in a dynamic way the wider context for corporate strategy and investment performance — is today more acute than ever.
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Like all Royce Carlton Speakers, Nader Mousavizadeh is exclusively represented by Royce Carlton, Inc. for lectures and speaking engagementsThat was the core question Tom Friedman asked Nader Mousavizadeh in his June 28 New York Times column, "Arsonists and Firefighters." According to Mousavizadeh, co-founder of Macro Advisory Partners and a former senior United Nations official, “the real struggle in the region is between arsonists and firefighters.” Commenting on the sectarian and nationalist unrest around the Middle East, Mousavizadeh told Friedman, “These are deliberate acts of arson set by different leaders to advance their narrow and shortsighted political, economic and security objectives.
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