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1. This website at macroadvisorypartners.com ('Website') is owned and operated by Macro Advisory Partners ('we' or 'us'). We agree to provide you with access to our Website and its contents, subject to the following terms and conditions:

a. You have a non-exclusive and non-transferable right to access our Website and view the reports, analysis, research, opinions, information, data, statistics, graphics, images and other material that we choose to make available on it from time to time ('Content') solely for your own non-commercial use.

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Macro Advisory Partners - Cookie Policy

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By using this Website, you consent to us using Cookies as described in this Policy.

What are Cookies?

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Overview

Confident decisions in a complex world

The Firm

Archipelago world

Macro Advisory Partners (MAP) was founded in 2013 on the vision that globalisation was shifting from a story of integration to one of fragmentation. Our Founder and CEO Nader Mousavizadeh first described this new global landscape as an ‘archipelago world’ – a new order characterised by fragmenting power, capital, technology and ideas.

Navigating the archipelago world requires a new compass. 
 

What we do

To look beyond the complexities of a fragmenting global landscape, we must widen our lens.

At MAP we empower our clients with a clear and comprehensive understanding of how the political, policy and economic drivers of this fragmenting world will impact the success of your business, now and in the future.
 
As a MAP client, you engage with a diverse global network of MAP partners and senior advisors – among them corporate leaders, strategists, diplomats, policy makers, and academics – who will help you interpret, plan for and pivot around the geopolitical and economic forces impacting your business. 
 
Whether it is US-China relations, supply chain resilience, tech regulation or the global energy transition, our strategic counsel provides solutions for every business and investor.
 
By drawing on our judgments of how macro factors shape your business we help you navigate the risks and opportunities ahead so you can make the kind of confident decisions for growth and investment that will determine your future success.  
 
 

Portfolio

  • Article
    June 2015

    Arming Ukraine Will Put the West in Danger

    A dangerous, possibly irreversible, dynamic of conflict is taking hold of Russian-Western relations. In every arena of the Ukraine crisis, escalation is the...
  • Article
    February 2015

    The Limits of Security

    The War Studies 2015 Annual Lecture, Kings College London John Sawers, Chairman, Macro Advisory Partners Dr Strangelove came out in 1964. US President Peter...
  • Article
    January 2015

    The Real Arab Demand

    Two years in the life of the Arab Awakening already feels like an exhausted century, with the pendulum swinging from exuberance to extreme fear. Reckonings...
  • Article
    September 2014

    To Build a Coalition Against Islamic State, US Must Try a Little Humility

    When President Barack Obama assumed the presidency of the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday, he summoned the full weight of U.S. power to a cause...
  • Article
    March 2014

    Russia’s Model Behaviour in the Ukraine

    Russia's Model Behavour in the Ukraine: the Fragmenting Geopolitics of the Future Surprise is the least forgivable sin of statecraft – and yet nothing has so...

Contact

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Tel: +44 207 917 9947

New York
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Suite 1117
New York, NY 10003
Tel: +1 212 602 8721

info@macroadvisorypartners.com