Monday, September 25, 2017

US Firm Executes Historic Billboard Advertising Deal

The world of advertising in the Out-of-Home (OOH) Media industry is fast-moving and competitive. Assets (such as giant billboards in Times Square and on Sunset Strip) from one of the industry’s top players came...

Trusted Advisor Negotiates Successful ‘Emotional Deal’ for German Retailer’s Widow

Here Prof Dr Hans-Josef Vogel of leading international German law firm Beiten Burkhardt talks about the 400 million Euros acquisition of a long-time German motorcycle accessories retailer by one of America’s most successful entrepreneurs....

Major Banking and Private Equity Deal is an Italian First

Influential tax law firm Tremonti Vitali Romagnoli Piccardi e Associati made history in their native Italy earlier this year when they assisted and advised a group of private equity firms in a leveraged buy-out...

Canada Revenue Agency cracks down on tax evasion

As tax evasion and sham transactions becomes a global focus for legal firms, Canadian tax specialists Miller Thomson LLP identify the key issues and solutions for staying one step ahead of the perpetrators. Bringing...

US mid-market business owners enter a golden age of M&A and recapitalization opportunities

Most business owners are conditioned to the difficulty of obtaining bank financing for general business operations and are not fully aware of the abundant availability of funds from private equity firms, family offices, hedge...

Mexico insolvency law updates offers businesses greater flexibility within legal procedures

The Mexican bankruptcy law has undergone two major overhauls since 2000, with the most recent amendments offering a more transparent process, and offering greater solutions for rehabilitation and management throughout the insolvency processes.All countries...

Proposed Changes to Insolvency Laws Set to Save More Australian Companies

For too long now too many companies in Australia have given up the ghost too soon. The country’s insolvency and restructuring laws needed changing says Ian Walker, a specialist in the field and partner...

KPMG Optimistic as Brazil Battles yet another Recessionary Cycle

KPMG Corporate Finance in Brazil await the fall-out of the scandal and financial disarray of two of the country’s largest state controlled companies in the knowledge the sell-off will kickstart new international interest in...

Zambian Government Gets Tough on Tax and Reintroduces Tribunals

As Zambia’s tax authority gets tough on not just its copper mines but all sectors of industry, including manufacturing, retail and service sectors, there is a more pressing need than ever for businesses operating...

Sharia-compliant banking systems on the upswing amid unfavorable environment

The relationship between technology and Islamic finance is a new one as the complex and unconventional nature of Islamic finance requires dedicated software systems to cater to the different interpretations of Sharia in various...

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