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Anne Frühauf

Managing Director

Anne advises corporate and financial sector clients on political and policy change as it affects key sectors such as energy and minerals.

She leads Teneo’s political risk research on Southern Africa, with a particular focus on South Africa and Mozambique.

Prior to joining Teneo, Ms. Frühauf was Director for Africa Energy at Horizon, where she advised IOCs on minerals and energy policies, the competitive environment for IOCs, operating conditions, and the development of stakeholder engagement plans.

Anne previously worked as the leading analyst for Southern Africa at Eurasia Group and Control Risks, where she was responsible for delivering political risk assessments to multinationals across a range of sectors, including: mining, oil and gas, financial services, telecommunications and retail.

Anne has written for the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies and regularly provides commentary for international and South African media outlets, including Reuters, Bloomberg, The Financial Times and BusinessDay.

Anne has an MSc in History of International Relations from the London School of Economics. Ms. Frühauf speaks German and Spanish, and reads Portuguese and French.

Articles by Anne Frühauf