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Investigations Quarterly (IQ)

In this heightened era of regulatory reform and enforcement, companies which take a proactive approach to minimizing risk are best positioned to stay ahead of the curve.  This issue of Investigations Quarterly (IQ) magazine we highlight recent regulatory actions and trends impacting companies across all industries.

  • How Privilege Fits into the Compliance Puzzle
  • The SEC's Renewed Focus on Accounting Fraud and How They are Leveraging Technology to Tip the Scales
  • Regulatory Inquiries - Practical Advice for Planning Your Response

Data Breach

Navigant’s Information Security & Data Breach Report identifies information security trends and focuses on data breaches that have been reported in the public domain. In this issue, we provide insights into notable breaches that took place in Q2 2014 and compare Q2 data against the prior four quarters of data. The report breaks out breaches by type, industry, method, and exposure by volume and cost.

Healthcare entities continue to account for the largest percentage of data breaches while hacking was the most common method of breach being reported.

Halliburton II: Possible Implications on Role of Experts in Securities Class Actions – By Sumon C. Mazumdar, Navigant Economics

Law & Innovation Speaker Series

The American Bar Association Section of Litigation and Navigant developed the Law & Innovation Speaker Series which looks at how innovations across industries are creating novel legal issues for clients and their counsel. Click here to access past and upcoming programs.

Client Alert: 2015 SEC and FINRA Examination Priorities

Navigant’s Brian Miller discusses the mandatory disclosure rule for government contractors in an interview with PubKLaw.

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FATCA requires that tens or hundreds of thousands of accounts be reviewed for indicia of U.S. taxpayer status. These reviews are driven by the facts and circumstances unique to each account, often making the process cumbersome and time-consuming. Navigant’s FATCA FINDSM is a web-based tool that simplifies the FATCA reporting process by helping foreign financial institutions (FFIs) analyze enormous volumes of account data, identify U.S. indicia, and determine next steps. View our video to learn more about the requirements for pre-existing accounts and FATCA FINDSM.

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