Corp America November 2016

Welcome to the November issue of Corp America Magazine.

With a long and divisive election season now over, America faces a prospect that is unlike any other that it has faced in recent decades. In order to encourage the markets and spur on continued investment in American enterprises and markets, the country faces a crucial period of critical evaluation, ahead of the inauguration of the next President in January 2017.

With this in mind, Corp America Magazine endeavours to provide a window into a nation whose markets have, in the past, proven resilient to upsets and disturbances. The American middle market economies, after all, were among those least affected by the financial crisis of 2008. Today, companies up and down the country continue to demonstrate this same sense of unrelenting ambition. In particular, Greco and Sons’ crucial role as a food distributor across a swathe of America, including pretty much all of the Southwest, demonstrates a deep-seated drive for continued expansion and capitalisation; this will very much form a fulcrum to this rethinking of American corporate strategy in an ever-changing economy.

Much of the challenges facing American businesses are related to the quickening pace and adoption of new technologies that are designed to control and sustain the growth of these companies. Through cohesive strategies and close collaboration between employees, as well as an affinity for effective customer relations and staff management, Quality Business Solutions aim to make the most of this evolving entrepreneurial landscape to offer their clientele a robust range of integrated services designed to make more businesses familiar with increasingly prevalent advanced business terms and practices.

Also, in relation to effective staff management, Jayne Jenkins of the Churchill Leadership Group, Inc., returns to Corp America to offer her insight into role of effective coaching as a means of inspiring further growth within a company. As America approaches a juncture in its leadership, so too do many companies facing the challenge of successfully internalising their coaching culture to make their employees more independent.

Recent events may have taken America down a new and unexpected route, but the performances of the country’s corporations are expected to only continue offering up archetypal displays of ingenuity, and the efficacy of such institutions is paramount to the continued prosperity of not only America, but of a fair slice of the wider world along with it.

It is therefore our obligation and pleasure at Corp America Magazine to provide our own impassioned insight into the goings-on of America’s dynamic economy, from digital startups
like Websites Depot, Inc. in Los Angeles, to the distinguishable identity of Genesis Marketing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When we return in December, we hope to bring you yet more in-depth commentary as America settles into a new rhythm.

Contact the Editor:
George Millar
[email protected]

44 (0) 203 725 6842

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North American Gartner Report – Sapiens ALIS Wins Big in Three Categories

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North American Gartner Report: Sapiens ALIS Wins Big in Three Categories

Sapiens International Corporation, a leading global provider of software solutions for the insurance industry, with a growing presence in the financial services sector, announced today that Sapiens ALIS for life and annuity providers received the highest product scores in the “New Application/Manual Underwriting,” “Policy Change” and “Service through Portals/Mobile” North American use case categories.

 

The “Critical Capabilities for Life Insurance Policy Administration Systems, North America” report by Gartner, which was published on September 13, 2016, quantified 15 North American life solutions in an effort to help guide insurance CIOs who are considering policy administration systems.

Out of the six total use case categories, Sapiens received the highest scores in three separate categories and scored in the top five in each of the other three categories in the report: “New Product Development/Launch,” “New Application/Automated Underwriting” and “Reporting and Data Management.”

Sapiens International Corporation is a leading global provider of software solutions for the insurance industry, with a growing presence in the financial services sector. Sapiens offers core, end-to-end solutions to the global general insurance, property and casualty, life, pension and annuities, reinsurance and retirement markets, as well as business decision management software. The company has a track record of over 30 years in delivering superior software solutions to more than 200 financial services organizations. The Sapiens team of over 1,800 professionals operates through our fully-owned subsidiaries in North America, the United Kingdom, EMEA and Asia Pacific.

“Many vendors are expanding the scope of their offering to include non-core capabilities such as document management, business process management, business intelligence, and customer and

agent portals to better meet the emerging needs of buyers, to differentiate themselves and to support new initiatives such as digitalization,” wrote Gartner analysts Richard Thomas Natale and Kimberly Harris-Ferrante in the report. “Vendors are also investing in service-oriented architectures (SOA) to improve integration capability and to better address customer needs.”

“It is an honor to score the highest in three different categories from a wide North American vendor field,” said Alex Zukerman, Vice President of product marketing and strategy for Sapiens’ Life, Pension and Retirement division. We believe Sapiens ALIS’ advanced technology and impressive functionality have placed us in a leadership position in North America and that Sapiens ALIS’ leading digital capabilities are gaining recognition. We thank Gartner for its extensive research, which will help North American insurance CIOs who are considering system support for digitalization, data analytics and integration.”

Sapiens ALIS is a flagship solution designed to enable insurance carriers to quickly and efficiently address the challenges of a highly regulated marketplace. The end-to-end, core solution suite supports the complete policy lifecycle across a wide variety of products in the life, pension, annuity and medical segments. ALIS life insurance software is complemented by Sapiens’ comprehensive delivery capabilities.

 

Sapiens International

Yaffa Cohen-Ifrah

Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Corporate Communications

+1-201-250-9414

+972-3-790-2026

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Frost & Sullivan Commends Amdocs for its Comprehensive RAN Product Line Strategy

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Frost & Sullivan Commends Amdocs for its Comprehensive RAN Product Line Strategy

The Amdocs software, offering for centralized network management and optimization, comprises key capabilities such as call geo-location, intelligent correlation and automated optimization to maximize mobile network performance and customer experience.

 

Based on its recent analysis of the global radio access network (RAN) market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Amdocs with the 2016 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Line Strategy Leadership. Amdocs’ keen focus on offering a complete solution for the RAN market has resulted in its Centralized Management and Optimization Solution. This product line features unique and flexible capabilities that bring together all the important aspects of network optimization, enabling service providers to maximize the return from their multi-vendor and multi-technology networks, and deliver optimal customer service.

Amdocs embraces a company philosophy directing its employees to ‘Embrace Challenge, Experience Success’. It is the market leader in customer experience software solutions and services for the world’s largest communications, entertainment and media service providers. For more than 30 years, Amdocs solutions, which include BSS, OSS, network control, optimization and network functions virtualization, coupled with professional and managed services, have accelerated business value for its customers by simplifying business complexity, reducing costs and delivering a world-class customer experience.

The Amdocs portfolio enables service providers to capture the world of digital immediacy by operating across digital dimensions to engage customers with personalized, omni-channel experiences; creating a diversified business to capture new revenue streams; becoming data empowered to make business and operational decisions based on insight-based and predictive analytics; and achieving service agility to accelerate the fast rollout of new technologies and hybrid network services.

Amdocs and its more than 24,000 employees serve customers in over 90 countries. Listed on the NASDAQ Global Select Market, Amdocs had revenue of $3.6 billion in fiscal 2015.

The Amdocs RAN offering is built upon network equipment vendor independence, in-depth expertise, and a number of successful RAN engagements worldwide. The offering can support a variety of use cases such as network deployment, acceptance, operations, optimization, and new service or technology introduction.

Amdocs’ RAN offering has been developed as part of an end-to-end customer experience focused vision to enable service providers achieve the competitive advantage through comprehensive network performance analysis and optimization,” said Frost & Sullivan Program Manager Olga Yashkova. “The offering provides a platform to unify the network and IT domains for a complete view of customer experience, and to help deal with the complexities stemming from Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets) as Internet of things (IoT) and 5G materialize.”

This comprehensive product line offers the following key capabilities:

 

  • Amdocs Customer Experience Geo-Location
  • Amdocs Automatic Intelligent Correlation
  • Amdocs Self-Optimizing Networks
  • Amdocs Network Acceptance
  • Amdocs Network Benchmarking

 

Amdocs Customer Experience Geo-Location automatically builds traffic and Quality-of-Experience maps to identify areas of network congestion as well as other network performance issues. It enables service providers to focus on the subscriber, location, handset/device, and activity for quick and efficient resolution of prevalent issues. The solution aids service providers in targeting HetNet access technologies as well as building location-specific demographics and revenue depictions by linking to Amdocs’ business support system (BSS) data. Other features such as customer, location, and usage behavior information help service providers maximize the return on their network investment.

Amdocs Automatic Intelligent Correlation is a vital capability for reducing network issue resolution and optimization task time. By quickly identifying the root cause of issues, it has helped improve engineering resource efficiency and enhance mobile network performance in real-life deployments.

Amdocs Self-Optimizing Networks simplifies network optimization through automation, so service providers can maximize the utilization of existing network resources. Amdocs Network Acceptance has proved its worth in the RAN market with its ability to reduce risk, ensure network equipment vendor control, and enable the independent verification of network quality before site acceptance. Last but not least, Amdocs Benchmarking helps service providers make the most of voice and data performance benchmarking information. Using automated data processing and analysis, it identifies network areas of suboptimal customer experience or inferior competitive position. Service providers can then plan network performance improvements to reactively or proactively address customer dissatisfaction.

For its outstanding portfolio and the value additions of its solutions, Amdocs is a deserving recipient of the 2016 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Line Strategy Leadership in the global RAN market.

Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to a company that has developed a comprehensive product line that caters to the breadth of the market it serves. The award recognizes the extent to which the product line meets customer base demands, the overall impact it has in terms of customer value, as well as increased market share.

Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Awards recognize companies in a variety of regional and global markets for outstanding achievement in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research.

 

Chiara Carella

+44 (0) 207.343.8314

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Tenable Network Security Acquires Container Security Company FlawCheck

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Tenable Network Security Acquires Container Security Company FlawCheck

Tenable Network Security, Inc., a global leader transforming security technology for the business needs of tomorrow, announced today it has acquired FlawCheck, becoming the first vulnerability management company to provide security for Docker containers and support organizations’ modern DevOps processes. The acquisition of San Francisco-based FlawCheck extends Tenable’s capabilities to provide comprehensive security for customers using Docker containers.

 

Tenable Network Security transforms security technology for the business needs of tomorrow through comprehensive solutions that provide continuous visibility and critical context, enabling decisive actions to protect your organization. Tenable eliminates blind spots, prioritizes threats, and reduces exposure and loss.

With more than one million users and more than 20,000 enterprise customers worldwide, organizations trust Tenable for proven security innovation. Tenable’s customers range from Fortune Global 500 companies, to the U.S. Department of Defense, to mid-sized and small businesses in all sectors, including finance, government, healthcare, higher education, retail and energy.

“Information technology is undergoing a profound change due to DevOps, containers and the mass migration of operations and infrastructure to the cloud,” said Renaud Deraison, chief technology officer and co-founder, Tenable Network Security. “Tenable understands that next-generation technologies bring with them a range of new security challenges, which is why we are accelerating our investment in this area.”

Founded by Anthony Bettini and Sasan Padidar — who between them have previously held prominent roles at Facebook, Google, Intel and McAfee — FlawCheck helps organizations scan container images for vulnerabilities, malware and other risks. The product provides vulnerability and malware detection, along with continuous monitoring, for Docker containers, integrating with the continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) systems that build container images to ensure every container reaching production is secure and compliant with enterprise policy.

“Containers are changing the software development and deployment process, but many organizations don’t have a way to properly maintain and secure them,” said Bettini. “FlawCheck scans containers early in the software development lifecycle to make it easier and safer to deploy them in production, and then continuously monitors them for vulnerabilities and malware. By seamlessly incorporating FlawCheck into their development and deployment processes, enterprises gain visibility into the hidden security risks present in containers, enabling fast remediation without slowing innovation cycles.”

Organizations struggle to gain visibility into container-based malware and vulnerabilities and ensure the security of production code because containers are often rebuilt and redeployed on the fly, are active on networks for only short periods of time and exist outside of normal patching processes.

“As the IT world moves from old to new software development practices, we’ve seen time-to-production decrease by orders of magnitude,” said Adrian Sanabria, senior security analyst, 451 Research. “New technologies — cloud, containers — and the speed of new processes — DevOps — are creating the need for products that are purpose-built, easily integrated and easily automated.”

“FlawCheck is an amazing product that excels at detecting threats that otherwise would remain invisible, which is critical, because you can’t remediate what you don’t detect,” said Deraison. “The unique capabilities within FlawCheck to continuously monitor container images for malware and vulnerabilities are a natural extension of the container security capabilities already available to Tenable customers. We’re now working to bring a fully integrated product to market in 2017. The creativity and experience Tony and Sasan possess make them valuable additions to Tenable and I’m excited about what their presence means for the future of this company.”

 

Elizabeth Nikolova/ Katie Chodosh

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Working for A Bank Is One of The Most Exciting Challenges a Techie Can Take On

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Working for A Bank Is One of The Most Exciting Challenges a Techie Can Take On

Imagine leaving college and immediately landing a job that offers a $120,000 annual salary. Once in your job, recruiters pester you on a daily basis – offering 20 to 25 per cent pay rises on your already bloated salary. This is a reality for many US software developer graduates. With everyone from Google to Facebook, Uber and the most innovative emerging enterprises chasing you down to offer you a job, why would you work for a bank? And why would banks want to hire you? Hans Tesselaar, Executive Director of BIAN, explains.

 

Gone are the days when banks were built entirely on incredibly smart number crunchers. Today, alongside this core team, banks are in search of world-class tech talent. The bank’s main financial services offering is not enough to keep customers happy. On a basic level, customers expect a user-friendly, yet secure mobile banking experience. In the background, banks are trying to make sense of the next generation of innovations that are going to disrupt or boost their organisations. How do they ensure the mobile banking experience works across all platforms, such as smart watches? How can they make sense of the huge volume of data that online bankers and shoppers produce, to develop smart analytics that tailor solutions to their customers? When the Internet of Things goes mainstream, creating more data than ever, will this provide an opportunity or a challenge?

These are all questions that banks need super smart coders to answer through research and development, but such talent is in short supply. This is being felt across all industries, not just banks. Tech has developed at such an unprecedented rate, that there are few people in the world with the skills required to keep-up and even better it. The Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey discovered that nearly six out of ten CIOs believe skills shortages will prevent their organisation from keeping up with the pace of change in the future. The smartest software developers bring value to the company, not just because they can develop complex code, but because they bring fresh ideas to the table and push the company to keep moving ahead of the latest trends.

With the likes of Google, Amazon and Facebook, offering fast-paced innovative projects, alongside benefits such as unlimited holiday and some of the highest salaries in the world, it’s no wonder these tech giants alone hire around 30 per cent per cent of all American computer-science undergraduates. Even the world’s leading tech corporations are scrapping with each other to maintain and find the best talent. When Neal Mohan, a senior Google executive, was considering leaving for Twitter he is rumoured to have been offered a bonus of $100m in stock to stay at Google.

Where do banks fit?

Against this backdrop, it is little wonder that banks are struggling more than most to find talent, thanks to the perception many techies have of working for a bank. Coders and developers are generally associated with fast pace and short attention spans. Banks, meanwhile, have earned a reputation for being slow movers in the tech space – bogged down by compliance and legacy technology systems and unable to innovate at pace.

How true is this perception?


Claim 1: Banks don’t have enough technology projects on offer

The truth is that banks have as many exciting technology challenges for developers to get their teeth stuck into as the most innovative tech enterprises. Big data analytics, artificial intelligence, robotics, virtual reality and gamification are not just buzz phrases reserved for the tech industry. Banks are first and foremost tech companies and their employees need to help them navigate the future of each of these trends.

The financial industry was one of the firsts to adopt automation on a massive scale. the first large commercial computers were used by banks and insurance companies. That is why they now have a legacy issue. The flipside is that they have been the leaders in tech for many decades. It’s in their DNA, so they are more than capable of moving to the next generation of tech adoption. As I always like to say: “there is a lot of IT without banking, but there is no banking without IT”.

 

Claim 2: I’d rather work for a tech company, where I don’t have to worry about compliance

 

Developers are not wrong in thinking that banks have a constant compliance battle on their hands. In the wake of the financial crisis, regulators came down hard on the banks – introducing the likes of Dodd Frank, which comes with a number of restrictive requirements for banks. But this alone shouldn’t be enough to put off a developer. No company is immune to compliance – and the newest tech enterprises are under the watchful eye of the regulator. The reality is that where innovation strikes, regulation inevitably follows and while a number of tech corporations have seemingly fewer compliance woes at present, the regulators are playing catch-up. Discussions around data sharing, gig-economy workers, safety of driverless cars and the ethics of AI are all underway and will become more developed in the months and years to come.

 

Claim 3: Legacy technology gets in the way of innovation

 

There’s no doubt that complicated, outdated technology is a major burden for traditional banks. The smartest banks are working together to navigate the future of core banking IT systems – developing a standardised global framework that fits across all banks, so that consumer-facing next generation API technology can fit easily on top of this. Part of the challenge is making sure that would-be candidates are aware of all the work that these banks are putting into defining a better future for financial technology. Shouting about their work within wider industry bodies and attending industry events is key to this.


Banks are far from sitting back and letting the tech revolution pass them by. They have a history of adapting to their surroundings – which is why they are part of one of the oldest and most successful industries in existence – an industry that is a core part of all of our lives. Banks need to show the tech world that working for them means getting stuck into a challenge and embracing the opportunity to be part of something that could truly change what the world looks like in the future.

 

Hotwire PR

Sophie Dermaux

+44 (0) 20 7608 2500

[email protected]

www.hotwirepr.co.uk

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The 2016 Large Cap Awards Press Release

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Corporate America Unveils the 2016 Large Cap Awards Winners

United States, December 2016 – Corporate America announces the winners of the 2016 Large Cap Awards.

Large cap companies, those with a market capitalization value of more than $5 billion, face their own set of challenges, as they battle to remain at the forefront of the corporate landscape.

Our 2016 Large Cap Awards highlight the excellent work of the firms, and the people behind them, that shape the large cap space.

Lauren Downs, Awards Co-ordinator, is extremely proud of her award winners and the incredible success they have achieved: “Large capital companies face a myriad of challenges, and despite this they continue to perform brilliantly, utilising great business acumen and strong intuition to secure their place in the market. It is with great pride that I showcase the hard work and great achievements of our winners, and I would like to wish them every success going forward.”

All winners for the awards were the result of months of research and analysis from Corporate America’s dedicated awards team. As a result, each and every winner was chosen on merit only, and can take great pride from the fact that they were selected for their success.

To find out more about the best of the best in the large cap market, please visit the Corporate America website (www.corporateamerica-news.com) for full a full winners’ list and a link to our winners’ supplement.

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NOTES TO EDITORS

About Corporate America Magazine

Corporate America is the definitive magazine for CEOs, top tier management and key decision makers across the US. Created to inform, entertain, influence, and shape the corporate conversation across the nation through high quality editorial, in-depth research and an experienced and dedicated network of advisers, Corporate America provides our readership with the most authoritative and current analysis of the major changes effecting the corporate landscape, and the latest deals and topical issues dominating the corporate universe.

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The 2016 Dispute Resolution Awards Press Release

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Corporate America Unveils the 2016 Dispute Resolution Awards Winners

United States, November 2016 – Corporate America announces the winners of the 2016 Dispute Resolution Awards.

Unfortunately, not every business enjoys a smooth journey as it strives for success and as such they rely on the expertise and dedication of the professionals who dedicate their lives to ensuring that their clients minimise the disruption to their business in any industry and receive the very best outcome possible.

As such we have established the 2016 Dispute Resolution Awards in order to reward and recognize those firms that take the work diligently to ensure that their clients can minimise the impact of these often costly, time consuming and distracting events.

Katherine Benton, Awards Co-ordinator, expressed his pride in the award winners: “Dispute resolution is a vital aspect of the legal industry, and as such we are truly honored to be able to turn the spotlight on the dedicated firms and the professionals behind them that support clients to ensure that their dispute is resolved as quickly and painlessly as possible. I would like to wish my winners every success in the future.”

All winners for the awards were the result of months of research and analysis from Corporate America’s dedicated awards team. As a result, each and every winner was chosen on merit only, and can take great pride from the fact that they were selected for their success.

To find out more about the best of the best in the legal, please visit the Corporate America website (www.corporateamerica-news.com) for full a full winners’ list and a link to our winners’ supplement.

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About Corporate America Magazine

Corporate America is the definitive magazine for CEOs, top tier management and key decision makers across the US. Created to inform, entertain, influence, and shape the corporate conversation across the nation through high quality editorial, in-depth research and an experienced and dedicated network of advisers, Corporate America provides our readership with the most authoritative and current analysis of the major changes effecting the corporate landscape, and the latest deals and topical issues dominating the corporate universe.

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US Reports Nationwide Fixed Broadband Subscriber Decline

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US Reports Nationwide Fixed Broadband Subscriber Decline

According to the latest data from Point Topic the US has suffered a net drop in fixed broadband subscribers.

Data to the end of the second quarter 2016 shows a decline of nearly 200,000 fixed broadband subscribers and a negative quarterly growth rate of -0.2 per cent. In contrast China added 7.6 million fixed broadband customers and grew by over three per cent in the same period. Other major broadband markets also saw healthy growth.

 

While the drop in the US was affected by slower growth in subscribers using all fixed broadband technologies, the main cause was the four per cent decline in copper based broadband connections. AT&T, Century Link and Verizon saw their DSL lines decrease quarter-on-quarter by 7.7 per cent, 1.6 per cent and 27.2 per cent respectively.

 

AT&T’s total fixed broadband customer base fell by 123,00 in Q2 2016. The telco appears to be shifting its focus increasingly on LTE mobile broadband and satellite TV. In addition to recently acquiring the satellite TV giant DirecTV, earlier this year AT&T stopped building set top boxes for its IPTV over U-Verse (fibre to the node) service and announced plans to create a “home gateway” which can connect to satellite TV and AT&T’s mobile networks, encouraging prospective customers in that direction.

 

Verizon’s churn was mostly caused by divestment of their fixed broadband operations in three markets to Frontier Communication, which came into force on April 1st 2016. However, Frontier did not manage to migrate all acquired customers smoothly due to outages, trouble with billing systems, and difficulties with on-demand content. It will not be a huge surprise if some of them will be lost for ever, not least to mobile broadband providers.

 

The trend of fixed-to-mobile substitution has been signalled by, for example, findings from Pew Research Center surveys which suggest home broadband adoption in the US fell from 70 per cent in 2013 to 67 per cent of adult population in 2015. The fall was even more significant among African Americans, residents living in rural areas and those on low income. In the same period 13 per cent of the American population were using smartphones only to access broadband, up from eight per cent in 2013.

 

At the same time, 15 per cent of American adults have become “cord cutters” by cancelling their paid cable or satellite TV services. According to Point Topic, cable broadband subscribers grew at a much slower pace in Q2 2016, compared to earlier quarters. Again, market consolidation contributed to slower growth, following Charter’s acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.

 

Oliver Johnson, CEO at Point Topic, says, “I wish I could say it’s a surprise but the cost and availability of good broadband in the US means there will be a widening and deepening digital divide. Ultrafast and gigabit bandwidths may be available in urban or affluent areas but those left behind will be on slow or expensive options at a time when bandwidth is ever more important.”

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The 2016 Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards Press Statement

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Corporate America Unveils the 2016 Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards Winners

United States, 2016 – Corporate America announces the winners of the 2016 Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards.

Private Equity and venture capital are both vital aspects of the financial industry, acting as a vital asset class that, in recent years, has helped risk averse investors wary after the financial crisis to diversify their portfolios.

The 2016 Private Equity & Venture Capital Awards have been designed to reward and recognise the vital work undertaken by the firms, and the individuals behind them, working tirelessly in this market to ensure strong returns for their clients.

Kaven Cooper, Awards Co-ordinator, expressed his pride in the award winners: “It is a true honor to be able to showcase the hard work and commitment of all of our winners, and I would like to wish them every success in the future.”

All winners for the awards were the result of months of research and analysis from Corporate America’s dedicated awards team. As a result, each and every winner was chosen on merit only, and can take great pride from the fact that they were selected for their success.

To find out more about the best of the best in the legal, please visit the Corporate America website (www.corporateamerica-news.com) for full a full winners’ list and a link to our winners’ supplement.

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About Corporate America Magazine

Corporate America is the definitive magazine for CEOs, top tier management and key decision makers across the US. Created to inform, entertain, influence, and shape the corporate conversation across the nation through high quality editorial, in-depth research and an experienced and dedicated network of advisers, Corporate America provides our readership with the most authoritative and current analysis of the major changes effecting the corporate landscape, and the latest deals and topical issues dominating the corporate universe.

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The 2016 Businesswoman Elite Press Statement

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Corporate America Unveils the 2016 Businesswomen Elite Awards Winners

United States, 2016 – Corporate America announces the winners of the 2016 Businesswomen Elite Awards.

The 2016 American Businesswoman Elite Awards are designed to place strong headed women in the spotlight and to give recognition to those most deserving. We have searched the country for strong headed women who continue to shatter glass ceilings on a daily basis and become a significant part of the business world, we feel those individuals deserve to be recognised, and awarded, for their continuous hard work and talents.

Jazmin Collins, Awards Co-ordinator, expressed her pride in the award winners: “Women play a significant part in the corporate market, and as such it is a great honor to be able to turn the spotlight on our amazing winners and showcase their talent and dedication. I would like to wish them the very best of fortunes going forward.”

All winners for the awards were the result of months of research and analysis from Corporate America’s dedicated awards team. As a result, each and every winner was chosen on merit only, and can take great pride from the fact that they were selected for their success.

To find out more about the best of the best women from across the corporate landscape, please visit the Corporate America website (www.corporateamerica-news.com) for full a full winners’ list and a link to our winners’ supplement.

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About Corporate America Magazine

Corporate America is the definitive magazine for CEOs, top tier management and key decision makers across the US. Created to inform, entertain, influence, and shape the corporate conversation across the nation through high quality editorial, in-depth research and an experienced and dedicated network of advisers, Corporate America provides our readership with the most authoritative and current analysis of the major changes effecting the corporate landscape, and the latest deals and topical issues dominating the corporate universe.

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