Gatehouse draws on the experience of its network of senior level experts – incorporating ~2,000 contributors from a range of national and career backgrounds. This provides the variety of expert viewpoints needed to form judgements on specific global issues, as well as the likely behaviour of critical stakeholders.
The Gatehouse network is constantly evolving – attracting individuals with a deep understanding of specific issues whose views are informed by their own experience, and by detailed intelligence and research.
The infographic below highlights just some of the locations around the world where we have recently drawn insight:
For a major UK-based IOC, our contributor network of oil analysts and US oil and gas executives assessed the implications of the rapid developments in the US domestic energy sector for the global energy supply and the price of oil.
For an asset manager, Gatehouse called upon an Argentine ex-politician, Argentine businessmen and UK-based academics to interrogate the approach of Argentina’s government towards the YPF–Repsol ruling on the Vaca Muerta concession. This enabled us to assess its ramifications for the local oil & gas sector.
While Australia held the G20 Presidency in 2014, we worked with experts from the Lowy Institute and the University of Sydney to assess the International Tax Agenda and the BEPS (Base Erosion Profit Shifting) issue. For further detail of the work we completed for the G20, please see here
Gatehouse brought together an experienced team of diplomats, journalists and businessmen to assess the implications of the Ukraine Crisis for a major resources player with a distribution facility in the Donbas region.
Members of the network in South Africa include senior representatives of the energy sector, former diplomats, and trade union officials with close ties to the most senior levels of South African politics. Please see our Case Study for further details of how this network assisted our clients.
For a leading energy M & A advisory firm, Gatehouse drew on former ambassadors, GCC academics and senior think tank officials to advise the client on the geopolitical, economic and societal issues that could impact energy production in the region until 2020.
On behalf of a financial brokerage, we brought together a pre-eminent panel of diplomats, journalists and academics to discuss the likely regional ramifications on the economic, political and security landscape of the Indian Elections.