August 19 marks the 156th day or five months and three days since the country has been in a state of quarantine. Two weeks earlier Metro Manila and other areas have been put on MECQ. Did the planned 2-week time out as the Department of Health put it, live up to expectations?
Join us, August 19, 3:00-4:30 PM for yet another comprehensive update with Greg Wyatt, Director of Business Intelligence and their team of research analysts at PSA Philippines Consultancy, Inc., on the latest travel, security, general conditions, and the economy related to the COVID-19 situation in the Philippines.
You may send in your questions in advance during registration. Greg will also be answering questions you may have during the presentation.
Important: The event will be done based on Chatham house rules, meaning a confidential setting. Any media coverage will be requested to get approval before using any information obtained during the event.
The event is open to NordCham Members, PSA Clients, and friends. Please share with everyone that might be interested or benefit from this event. Zoom access details will be sent an hour before the start.
Event DetailsLocation: ZoomDate: August 19, 2020Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Admission FeesMember Fee: FreeGuest Fee: Free
Director for Business Intelligence of PSA Consultancy Philippines
Gregory Wyatt is PSA’s Director for Business Intelligence, monitoring a broad range of business risks in the Philippines, including insurgency, terrorism, criminal threats (including both petty and syndicated crime), kidnapping as well as political and regulatory issues.
Greg has over a decade of experience in the fields of security risk assessment and political risk, beginning his career as a civilian contractor for the U.S. Army’s Human Terrain Team.
During his 14-month deployment to Iraq, Greg was embedded with U.S. Army combat units, helping front-line units navigate the complex socio-cultural and political landscape.
Greg holds a Master’s Degree in Security Studies from Georgetown University with a focus on Intelligence, as well as an undergraduate degree in International Relations from the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland. He was a Fulbright student scholar to Yemen and Oman.