AKE has published a new report outlining security, travel and political risks in Libya. The report is aimed at helping the many companies looking to do business in the country.
The situation remains in a state of flux with an uncertain outlook for its security and political risk environment. However, AKE expects conditions to improve if the National Transitional Council (NTC) manages to tackle the remaining pro-Gaddafi loyalist elements, but for now caution is recommended by those seeking to work in the country.
The report contains real-time security information, analysis, risk assessment material, location-specific updates, tribal descriptions, medical information, travel advice and an archived database of intelligence updates spanning the past eight years. It has been compiled by AKE analysts from the intelligence department in London, as well as AKE security specialists operating throughout Libya. It has been published on AKE Intelligence website Global Intake and can be purchased here.
Alan Fraser is a Libya specialist with AKE, a British risk mitigation company working in Libya throughout the crisis. You can access AKE’s intelligence website Global Intake here, and you can obtain a free trial of AKE’s Iraq intelligence reports here.