Maplecroft was formed by a team of academics to provide CSR consultancy services to the mining industry.
Our team and focus expands to encompass the quantification and mapping of global risk.
We grow our portfolio of proprietary political, economic, human rights and environmental risk indices to 150.
Our headcount reaches 100 and the company moves into new Bath HQ.
We are acquired by Verisk to spearhead their global and supply chain risk data strategy.
Wood Mackenzie becomes Maplecroft's sister company following Verisk's latest UK acquisition.
Sondra Scott, Wood Mackenzie's former head of industry and macro trends, is appointed as our president.
We open offices in London, New York, Houston, Calgary and Singapore and launch a new online client Portal, alongside revamped country and commodity risk services and the Institutional Investor Service.
Providing greater levels of on-the-ground analysis is given a greater priority for us and we launch the above-ground-risk service to provide in-depth country analysis for oil and gas companies, alongside a new disruption risk service and a suite of predictive risk analytics.
In tandem with Wood Mackenzie, we launch the corporate exposure tool to provide asset-level risk analytics for the extractives and investment industries.