Casamance robbery risk
Economics & Country Risk Casamance robbery risk 21 June 2019 Martin Roberts One expatriate and two Senegalese employees of a local firm were...
Martin Roberts, a principal analyst in Country Risk at IHS Markit, serves as deputy head of desk and for Sub-Saharan Africa.
Martin Roberts is deputy head of the Sub-Saharan Africa team and a principal analyst responsible for the political, security and business environment of several West African countries, focusing primarily on Nigeria. He has carried out extensive work, including consulting projects, for multinational companies looking at country entry, sectoral dynamics, and the impact of political and security developments on their businesses. Mr. Roberts has travelled in and conducted research across 16 African countries which included research trips to West Africa. Educated in the UK, he holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Cambridge University an Master of Science in international politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies - London (SOAS), where he specialized in African politics. Mr. Roberts also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism from Cardiff University, and prior to joining IHS Markit he was a journalist working at the BBC World Service and several national newspapers. He speaks French.