B-GR Group is a risk management company and global assistance partner. We provide strategic and realistic solutions to minimise risk for clients irrespective of geographical locations or complexity of the challenge.

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Intelligence, operational support, advisory & response in

700+

countries & cities worldwide

12

Core areas of expertise

Our team come from varying backgrounds including the armed forces, intelligence sector, government, law enforcement, insurance, finance, academia and law, ensuring that B-GR Group sustains its client-centred approach to managing ever-changing personal and organisational risks.

"We instil confidence in the understanding that exposure to risk does not always present adversity, but can also bring growth, opportunity and reward if approached and managed correctly".

Trusted and relied upon by clients to manage some of their most challenging issues, B-GR Group work alongside individuals, insurers, law firms and blue chip organisations through to NGO's, international aid agencies and journalists in managing a diverse range of risks and key issues at domestic and international level.

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Our roots go back to 1951 when Horace Wilfred Bradbury founded the company upon leaving the Royal Corps of Signals after 22 years service.

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SPECIAL RISK ADVISORY: UKRAINE: Donetsk and Luhansk regions: Tensions have intensified in eastern Ukraine following a new surge of fighting between the Ukrainian military and Russian-backed separatists. During 29-31 January, approximately eight Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and 24 wounded in the eastern province of Donetsk. The number of civilian casualties is unconfirmed at this stage. 22km north of Donetsk in the government-controlled city of Avdiyivka, at least ten deaths have been observed whilst heavy artillery and rockets have damaged critical infrastructure resulting in the loss of water and power supplies to the homes of 17,000 residents as they endure temperatures of -18 C. Clients can contact B-GR Group to receive our risk map of the recent escalation in violence along with complete risk advisory and threat ratings
LIBERIA: Monrovia: Businesses in the capital, Monrovia, commenced a three-day shutdown strike on 31 January. The mass protest, organised by the advocacy group Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia (PATEL) has hindered the sale of essential commodities in an effort to make a stance against rising inflation, tax increases and the high exchange rate between the USD and the LRD. Traders in the Red-Light Market, one of Liberia’s largest trading markets have supported the shutdown whilst traders in the Waterside and Rally Time Markets have banned other traders from selling. On 31 January, members of the PATEL marched to the government building on Capitol Hill to submit their petition which severely disrupted travel within the capital
ROMANIA: Bucharest: The Corupția ucide (Corruption kills) group have organised a rally at Victory Square in the capital, Bucharest, on 1 February. The rally, due to commence at 09.00 exemplifies continued disapproval of the ruling Social Democratic Party’s (PSD) proposal to decriminalise the abuse of power crimes and proposed prisoner pardon plan which would see criminals with sentences of less than five years, those with suspended sentences and those convicted of corruption, being pardoned. Sentences for incarcerated criminals aged over 60 years and those suffering from a terminal illness could see their sentences halved, irrespective of the nature of the crime. Approximately 50,000 protesters took to the streets of Bucharest on Sunday 29 January and similar numbers are anticipated on 1 February
MALAYSIA: Kuala Lumpur: Protestors plan to rally outside the United States embassy in the capital, Kuala Lumpur, on 3 February to condemn the US President Donald Trumps’ signing of an executive order on 27 January imposing new immigration restriction measures and a 90-day travel ban on seven majority-Muslim countries (Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudanese, Syria and Yemen). Clients can contact B-GR Group for a full assessment briefing on the executive order, its intentions, restrictions and advisory
FRANCE: Nationwide: The CGT (General Confederation of Labour) and SUD (South Rail) unions have called for members to take part in a national rail strike on 2 February
EGYPT: Nationwide: 11 February marks the anniversary of the 2011 ousting of former President Hosni Mubarak. Gatherings by pro and anti-Mubarak groups are highly likely although violent unrest is unlikely
BRAZIL | Minas Gerais: An outbreak of the mosquito-borne yellow fever in the state of Minas Gerais, southeast Brazil has claimed 32 lives as 58 cases have now been confirmed with 160 suspected cases currently being investigated. Yellow fever is transmitted through the bite of a mosquito with symptoms including fever, jaundice, headache, muscle pain, nausea and vomiting. Contact B-GR Group for health intelligence reports
AUSTRIA | Vienna, Graz: Counter-terrorism raids conducted on 26 January in Vienna and Graz resulted in the arrests of eleven suspected terrorists believed to be linked to IS (Islamic State)