Quayle Munro Limited is pleased to announce that it has advised the shareholders of Exclusive Analysis, a leading provider of political risk intelligence, data, tools and forecasts to the global insurance, corporate and government markets, on its sale to IHS Inc., the leading global source of information and analytics.
Based in London, Exclusive Analysis provides market leading quantitative and qualitative political and violent risk intelligence, data, tools and commercially relevant forecasts, covering 195 countries. Exclusive Analysis’ web-based product suite enables insurance, government, NGO and corporate customers to understand, quantify and manage all aspects of political and violent risk at the country, sector, company, asset, deal and portfolio level. Coverage includes sovereign debt, expropriation of assets, regulation, supply chain, currencies, war, civil unrest and terrorism. From large multi-national corporations and governments, to financial services firms and NGOs, customers rely on Exclusive Analysis to effectively manage, price and insure political risk.
Tim Shortland, Managing Director, Quayle Munro said:
“Exclusive Analysis has established a leading position in providing political risk intelligence, forecasts and analysis that enable its customers to price insurance policies, make critical investment decisions, and protect assets and staff. Quayle Munro is delighted to have worked with Exclusive Analysis, continuing our strong track record in the B2B data and analytics sector. We continue to see significant activity in this market, driven by growing demand for high quality, scaleable, vendor-delivered solutions.”
Simon Sole, CEO and Founder, Exclusive Analysis, said:
“Quayle Munro quickly understood our business in meticulous detail and expertly managed the process from start to finish. Quayle Munro’s deep domain expertise and valuable industry relationships were critical in ensuring the successful conclusion of the transaction. Exclusive Analysis is now prepared and excited for the next stage of its evolution as part of IHS.”