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India: IPOs in the insurance industry

6th October 2017

There is nothing more seasonal in financial markets than initial public offerings. Stock trading happens almost every day, but new listings happen for a few months every four to five years depending on the 'investor mood'. After years of drought in the primary market, now it seems to be the IPO season in India. MSI’s India Chennai based accounting member DVS Advisors provides further insight.

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Bid rounds mark a new wave of investments in the Brazilian energy matrix

3rd October 2017

On 27 September 2017 two vital bids processes for the Brazilian Energy matrix were held: A bid for the granting of hydroelectric power plants, as well as the 14th Brazil Round for the prospecting and exploration of oil fields. MSI's Brazil law member Vieira Coelho Advogados provide a brief summary of both two bids.

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Business skills migration to Australia

2nd October 2017

Let’s face it, Australia is a great place to live. This fact does not go unnoticed by many overseas visitors. MSI's Perth accounting member McKinley Plowman is regularly approached by individuals and families who have been or continue to be involved in a long established business in an overseas jurisdiction who are keen to migrate to Australia.

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Healthcare providers held ransom by alarming surge of cyber attacks - What you can do to protect your critical data

2nd October 2017

It is virtually impossible these days to scan a healthcare or technology news report without seeing some mention of the latest hacking or malware attack. Historically, such attacks against healthcare providers generally involved malware designed to attack medical devices with unpatched or outdated software and then infiltrate the entire network, e.g., “medjack” attacks. Hackers increasingly turned their focus to healthcare providers to obtain access to the rich trove of personal data contained in medical records. Marc Whitfield, Privacy and Health Information Technology attorney, at MSI's Louisiana law member Taylor Porter provides further insight.

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