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PSA has led full-scale security and business continuity management programs for prominent multinational manufacturing firms, security assessments of facilities, security strategy development, and executive protection. PSA also provides discreet research into intellectual property rights violation, internal fraud, and misconduct cases.

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Case in Point

site Risk assessment for a Rural renewable energy project

A private equity firm needed to compare the risk and security profiles of several promising sites for a wind energy generation project. Our analysis for them covered a broad spectrum of risk categories, including natural disasters, historical and current insurgency threats, law enforcement capability and availability of medical facilities in each area. Our client was able to successfully plan their facilities construction based on our detailed recommendations for risk mitigation.

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From August 4 to 6, the People’s Republic of China conducted military drills and live fire exercises around Taiwan. In response to the visit of US Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, these exercises included the firing of some 11 ballistic missiles. A portion of these missiles traveled over the island of Taiwan before landing on ...
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The business community and international investors continue to eagerly await the announcement of incoming President Marcos’s cabinet. The announcement of a technocratic team of economic managers is likely the single most important step that could be taken to reassure both local and international investors. Headlines continue to circulate about investor anxiety stemming from uncertainty about the ...

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Amid concerns about potential blackouts during the 2nd Quarter, and particularly during the May 9 elections, the Department of Energy released a revised power outlook. The outlook accounts for the forced outage at Calaca Unit 2, which is on an extended outage until July 2022. The outlook shows potential yellow alerts in the second half of ...

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Two weeks after the implementation of Alert Level 1 in much of the country, cases are still low and falling in the Philippines. Meanwhile, several other locations in Asia and Europe are experiencing surges in cases and deaths, none more so than Hong Kong. What is happening in Hong Kong continues to highlight that Omicron can ...

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The Department of Justice issued an opinion stating that the Philippines’ 1987 Constitution does not forbid 100 percent ownership of renewable energy. The opinion issued on September 29 foun