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- BRG client alert, May 17, 2019
John Auerbach writes about guidance from the US Treasury Department regarding OFAC compliance programs, and how to mitigate enforcement penalties.
- Going Concern: Will Proposed Changes to Audit Requirements Address Concerns Regarding Corporate Failures?BRG, May 16, 2019
Ben Johnson and Amy McLaughlin write about the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) and a revised International Standard on Auditing (ISA 570), “Going Concern,” specific to the UK.
- FT Adviser, May 15, 2019
Tom Grogan and Kieran Brown write about how banks and other financial institutions can lead the pace of innovation involving a new wave of emerging technologies such as blockchain.
- BRG, May 9, 2019
- Legaltech News, May 7, 2019
David Kalat writes about cryptography, the security of online currency and e-commerce, and anonymous electronic money.
- Project Syndicate, May 7, 2019
Laura Tyson writes about the long-term decline in the US labor-force participation rate and the need to expand policy and opportunities for education and reskilling.
- Kluwer Arbitration Blog, May 6, 2019
Tigran Ter-Martirosyan writes about investment treaty disputes and assessment of damages in post-Soviet jurisdictions in Central Asia.
- BRG Healthcare client alert, May 3, 2019
- BRG white paper, April 2019
Aaron Vandervelde, Mara Mitchel, and Jerry Lewandowski discuss two approaches that may be used to implement the proposed “variable chargeback” safe harbor, potential operational challenges and benefits of each approach, and how various stakeholders in the pharmaceutical supply chain may be impacted.
- April 2019
BRG Retail writes about the potential for retail to emerge stronger and better able to tackle the challenges of an ever-changing landscape.
- Gulf News, April 30, 2019
Harry Broadman discusses Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attempts to repair India's economy and the potential result of the upcoming election.
- Forbes, April 30, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about the importance of diversifying board membership by bringing on members with broad operational experience in international geographies, including both mature countries and emerging markets.
- BRG Corporate Finance research, April 22, 2019
The March edition of the report reviews topics including inflation, auto and retail sales, and defaults.
- The Antitrust Source, April 2019
- BRG Corporate Finance, Q1 2019
The report includes news, performance metrics, and our proprietary view of valuation multiples for the Public GPs. We perform detailed research on each investment manager and apply a consistent methodology to determine our view on valuation metrics to create a truly comparable set.
- Gulf News, April 4, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about corporate boards of directors, cybersecurity and risk assessment, and competitive health and sustainability.
- Law360, April 2, 2019
- AltFi, April 2, 2019
Daniel Ryan addresses potential concerns related to litigation funding and finance, as well as possible benefits such as independent validation, risk, and expert damages assessments.
- Legaltech News, April 1, 2019
David Kalat writes about computer science and counterculture, the "Computer Memory" system, and the development of online social networks in the 1970s.
- Forbes, March 29, 2019
Harry Broadman contributes to possibility of Prime Minister Narendra Modi remaining in office to continue the ambitious economic reform of the largest democracy on earth.
- Project Syndicate, March 20, 2019
Laura Tyson writes about digital flows and services, negotiations to resolve the Sino-American trade conflict, and government assessments of external balances and competitive positions.