The Ledger Collection: December 2016

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Be Visible featuring Lauren Reo

Hear what Lauren Reo has to say about what it takes to be a leader and about the adrenaline horseback riding and busy season give her.

Is the Mott Haven neighborhood in the South Bronx the new hot spot? Only time will tell.

All arrows are pointing in the same direction that the South Bronx will be the next Williamsburg, the next Park Slope or the next Long Island City. For years New Yorkers have had a front row seat to witnessing the domino effect of working class outer borough neighborhoods with easy access to Manhattan being transformed into some of the priciest overdeveloped places in New York City.

Brexit: Five Key Insights for the global Real Estate sector

While it’s still early to draw concrete conclusions on how the UK’s Brexit decision will impact the real estate sector, our global real estate experts at Mazars have mapped out five important considerations when assessing any challenges and opportunities likely to face strategic players, partners and competitors in the international real estate sector in key global locations; the UK, Germany, France and the US.

Impact of the New Revenue Recognition Standard on the Asset Management Industry

Asset managers are encouraged to become familiar with the new revenue recognition standard and evaluate how the five-step approach will affect their systems, internal controls, policies, and practices. Entities should also discuss these changes with key stakeholders so they can understand the impact of these changes to the financial statements.

SEC Adopts New Reporting and Disclosure Rules

In October 2016, the Securities and Exchange Commission voted to adopt changes for better reporting and disclosure of information by registered investment companies, and to enhance liquidity risk management by open-end funds, including mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. The new rules are part of the SEC’s initiative to improve transparency and increase monitoring and regulation of the asset management industry.

Potential Quality Issues Overview – What and Why PQI

Health care service providers seeking compliance through State regulations, NCQA, Medicare, or Medicaid requirements, need to have processes in place in order to ensure quality care and take necessary actions to correct and prevent quality issues. These issues include access to care and inappropriate treatment and/or services. The goal is to make sure that the quality of care is consistently at its highest level for each individual.