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https://plus.google.com/108782987884522588282 Veristrat Inc : IndiGo heads for up to $400 million IPO amid travel boom : - IndiGo, founded in 2006 by travel entrepreneur...
IndiGo heads for up to $400 million IPO amid travel boom : -

 IndiGo, founded in 2006 by travel entrepreneur Rahul Bhatia and ex-U.S. Airways chief executive Rakesh Gangwal, has increased its share of India's overall domestic air travel market to a third. Owned by hospitality and travel company InterGlobe Enterprises, has built a profitable base helped by its low-cost model using a single type of narrow-body planes. Its success story could make it an attractive investment. Crude prices have also fallen, so there would be good demand for its IPO.
 
India's biggest airline by market share is preparing to file a draft prospectus by May for a stock listing to raise $300 million to $400 million. Even IndiGo, however, has not been immune to the cut-throat competition that has seen losses almost double for the industry as a whole. Its pre-tax profit halved to 4.78 billion rupees ($76 million) in the last financial year. IndiGo has picked Citigroup, Kotak Investment Banking, Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan Chase as lead managers for the listing, as well as UBS and Barclays.

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https://plus.google.com/116183067211611281759 BlueStone Advisors : Global business risks continue to rapidly evolve, in large part due to the cyber risks that are exponentially...
Global business risks continue to rapidly evolve, in large part due to the cyber risks that are exponentially accelerated by our appetite for new technologies and big data.

According to Dave DeWalt, CEO of FireEye, a leader in cyber security, “…97% of all companies are getting breached or have been breached.” [1] FBI Director, James Comey, told 60 Minutes, "There are two kinds of big companies in the United States…those who've been hacked by the Chinese, and those who don't know they've been hacked by the Chinese."[2] JP Morgan Chase spends in excess of $250M every year on network security, which includes hiring “military-grade cyberwarriers” from NSA headquarters. Despite this, they neglected to install a simple security fix on one remote server in a vast network that led to a data breach of over 83 million of its account holders. 2014 included other big name breaches, prompting many board members across the country to fill their reading tablets with Enterprise Risk Management and Cyber Security literature. Here we have compiled a brief summary of best practices to consider when incorporating cyber risk oversight into your organization’s enterprise risk management program.

Step 1: Gain a Holistic Understanding of Firm Risk

Discuss and prioritize the top risks that threaten the organization. NC State Poole College of Management and Proviti Risk & Business Consulting recently conducted a study of the top business risks for 2015 [4]. One of their findings concluded that directors and senior management are not always in agreement on the top risks that threaten the organization, or they prioritize the risks differently. The board and senior managers must first align risk priorities. Senior management cannot and will not be effective if board priorities and expectations are skewed from their own. Further, because employees can play an important role in risk mitigation, it becomes important for the board and senior management to be in agreement so that a unified tone can be set from the top.

Once established, senior management - under the board’s oversight - must seek and reinforce the “everyone is responsible” mantra, meaning that those responsible for each operating unit establish proper communication and reporting channels back to senior management. A fundamental tenant of Enterprise Risk Management is to establish a culture where the unit managers and supporting staff communicate risks up to executive management.

Step 2: Understand the Financial, Reputational, and Brand Impact

First, establish the immediate financial impact of a breach. Costs following an impact can include:

Notification expenses
Legal defense and counsel
Public relations
Crisis services
PCI fines and penalties
Regulatory defense
Regulatory fines
Insurance Costs

In 2014, the average cost for Legal Defense was $698,797 and the average cost for Crisis Services was an additional $366,3834 [4]. Fines and Penalties can be as much as $1,000 per breached account and regulators may adjust the fines to be reflective of the corporation’s risk management efforts. Analyzing the above costs for your own firm will help to gain an understanding of the financial impact to the organization.

Will the organization also suffer reputational damage following a breach? Last year, Target suffered over 13% loss in their stock price when it tumbled from $63.55 to $55.12 per share in the 60 days following the data breach. It took 14 months for Target to fully recover, when it finally closed above $82 per share in March 2015. Understand the immediate financial impact and longer-term reputational costs to adequately assess the risk.

Step 3: Put the Right Resources in Place

Senior management should identify a cyber security and breach response team, inclusive of outside counsel, forensic and investigative consultants, insurance brokers, and public relations. Does your company have a cyber security team on retainer and a disaster recovery plan in place? When it comes to forensic consultants, it is a good idea to negotiate a retainer so that the response team will gain a working knowledge of your organization. In addition, a retainer can provide response time guarantees for your organization, which can be important if resources are limited at the time of a breach.

Once on retainer, most forensic teams have the ability to conduct onsite pre-loss mitigation education, webinars, and training to the unit managers and staff. In 2014, 24% of all data breaches arose from staff mistakes and rogue employees. Pre-loss mitigation training and education can work to reduce the threat of cyber breaches originating from internal mistakes. To help prevent a rogue employee from leaking data or stealing valuable corporate property, predictive behavior software can be implemented to provide warning signals to senior management about disgruntled employees. There are additional resources to consider for assistance in preventing a breach and mitigating the damage - if and when it does occur.

Step 4: Continuous Risk Evaluation

Establish a formal risk oversight committee to give the board and senior management an outlet for dialogue about current and emerging risks affecting the organization. Work to establish a sustainable risk process to address the next big risk before it becomes media worthy. Discuss and prioritize risks and external threats that could endanger earnings, reputation and the brand. An organization’s risk profile and appetite for taking on risk can evolve over time. Be certain to correlate the risks with the organization’s ability to address them.

For some boards, Risk Management has other competing priorities on the agenda – below is a short list of questions to assist board members to discuss preparedness, evaluate risks and engage in a dialogue:

Are board members cognizant of management risk concerns?
Does the board agree with why these risks are significant?
Do directors understand the organization’s responses to these risks?
Is there a periodic review of the organization’s risk profile?
Does management appraise the board in a timely manner of changes in the organization’s risk profile?
Is there a process in place for identifying emerging risks?
Is there a board dialogue regarding management’s appetite for risk?
Does the organization’s culture facilitate an open dialogue on identifying and evaluating opportunities for risks, including the education of significant risk issues warranting the attention by executive management and the board?
Conclusion

The board that commits to addressing risk sets a tone that can filter down through the entire organization. This is a critical first step in a coordinated effort towards enterprise risk management. While a breach seems inevitable for most companies today, the costs of a breach can be mitigated by an organization’s cohesive preparedness for the breach event.

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[1] ExecutiveBiz. (12/1/2014). FireEye Study on Attach Data Reveals Vulnerability in 97% of Cases Underground. From http://blog.executivebiz.com/2014/05/david-dewalt-fireeye-study-on-attack-data-reveals-vulnerabilities-in-97-of-cases/

[2] Matt Lichfuss. (5/22/2014). 60 Minutes, the “97 Percent”, and the Criminal Underground. Hacksurfer. From http://www.hacksurfer.com/posts/60-minutes-the-97-percent-and-the-criminal-underground

[3] NC State Poole College of Management & Proviti Risk & Business Consulting. (2015). Executive Perspectives on Top Risks for 2015” From http://erm.ncsu.edu/library/article/research-report-on-executive-perspectives-of-top-risks-for-2015

[4] NetDiligence. (2014). Cyber Claims Study” From http://www.netdiligence.com/NetDiligence_2014CyberClaimsStudy.pdf
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The Upstate is among six areas picked by the Brookings Institution and JP Morgan Chase Global Cities Initiative to develop a foreign-direct investment plan. Upstate SC Alliance said the assessment and plan will add to its recently announced strategy for expanding the region’s export economy.
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Next week, we'll be joining our partners at Aria Systems for Monetize 2015, Aria's first global conference on recurring revenue – and there's still time left to register for the event. 

At Monetize, you'll hear from experts at Accenture, Philips Healthcare, JP Morgan Chase, MGI Research, and Constant Contact on how to master your monetization challenges, improve customer relationships, and take your subscription services to the next level. Attendees also have an opportunity to go in-depth with Aria's recurring revenue products, thanks to a range of training panels, Q&A sessions, and networking opportunities with current Aria customers. #RecurringRevenue   #RecurringBilling   #Monetization   #SubscriptionBusiness  
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Thank you JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Univision Local Media for bringing together Branches and other key partners like the United Way of Miami-Dade Center for Financial Stability last Saturday at the Miami Children's Museum to celebrate financial literacy and promote prosperity. What a great event!

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https://plus.google.com/100222441077861289571 Mark Hernandez : This might be the best thing I’ve seen in a while : A reply from CEO of J.P. Morgan to a pretty girl...
This might be the best thing I’ve seen in a while :

A reply from CEO of J.P. Morgan to a pretty girl seeking a rich husband

A young and pretty lady posted this on a popular forum:

Title: What should I do to marry a rich guy?

I’m going to be honest of what I’m going to say here.
I’m 25 this year. I’m very pretty, have style and good taste. I wish to marry a guy with $500k annual salary or above.
You might say that I’m greedy, but an annual salary of $1M is considered only as middle class in New York.
My requirement is not high. Is there anyone in this forum who has an income of $500k annual salary? Are you all married?
I wanted to ask: what should I do to marry rich persons like you?
Among those I’ve dated, the richest is $250k annual income, and it seems that this is my upper limit.
If someone is going to move into high cost residential area on the west of New York City Garden(?), $250k annual income is not enough.
I’m here humbly to ask a few questions:

1) Where do most rich bachelors hang out? (Please list down the names and addresses of bars, restaurant, gym)
2) Which age group should I target?
3) Why most wives of the riches are only average-looking? I’ve met a few girls who don’t have looks and are not interesting, but they are able to marry rich guys.
4) How do you decide who can be your wife, and who can only be your girlfriend? (my target now is to get married)
Ms. Pretty

A philosophical reply from CEO of J.P. Morgan:

Dear Ms. Pretty,
I have read your post with great interest. Guess there are lots of girls out there who have similar questions like yours. Please allow me to analyse your situation as a professional investor.
My annual income is more than $500k, which meets your requirement, so I hope everyone believes that I’m not wasting time here.
From the standpoint of a business person, it is a bad decision to marry you. The answer is very simple, so let me explain.
Put the details aside, what you’re trying to do is an exchange of “beauty" and “money" : Person A provides beauty, and Person B pays for it, fair and square.
However, there’s a deadly problem here, your beauty will fade, but my money will not be gone without any good reason. The fact is, my income might increase from year to year, but you can’t be prettier year after year.
Hence from the viewpoint of economics, I am an appreciation asset, and you are a depreciation asset. It’s not just normal depreciation, but exponential depreciation. If that is your only asset, your value will be much worse 10 years later.
By the terms we use in Wall Street, every trading has a position, dating with you is also a “trading position".
If the trade value dropped we will sell it and it is not a good idea to keep it for long term - same goes with the marriage that you wanted. It might be cruel to say this, but in order to make a wiser decision any assets with great depreciation value will be sold or “leased".
Anyone with over $500k annual income is not a fool; we would only date you, but will not marry you. I would advise that you forget looking for any clues to marry a rich guy. And by the way, you could make yourself to become a rich person with $500k annual income.This has better chance than finding a rich fool.

Hope this reply helps.

signed,
J.P. Morgan CEO 
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https://plus.google.com/108292626386548337225 Tessa Schlesinger : How Banks, Lenders Rip off Military Service Members In 2012 alone banks violated the law 15,000 times...
How Banks, Lenders Rip off Military Service Members
In 2012 alone banks violated the law 15,000 times

There are numerous, legal protections for people in the military. Banks just ignore them, generally with impunity. Many of the same banks that boast of helping veterans are their biggest exploiters, including JP Morgan Chase, and even USAA is fighting to preserve the system.

NYT.com: "Charles Beard, a sergeant in the Army National Guard, says he was on duty in the Iraqi city of Tikrit when men came to his California home to repossess the family car. Unless his wife handed over the keys, she would go to jail, they said. The men took the car, even though federal law requires lenders to obtain court orders before seizing the vehicles of active duty service members."

And: "The Government Accountability Office, for example, found in 2012 that financial institutions had failed to abide by the law more than 15,000 times."

The banks' slimey out is mandatory "arbitration", where the lenders pick the arbitrators, make decisions in secret without due process or appeal, then bill the victims clients for costs. 
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Deployed service members often cannot sue lenders for violating laws that protect them from repossessions and foreclosures because of legal language that forces them into arbitration.
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Albany NBT BANK
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WILSON
NC 27893
. 5217927872 .
053101121

181-56-5086 Swiski,Mark D 9/15/1960 2410 Huntingdon Rd.
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
Montgomery Beecham Credit Union . 0000000125 . 043386914
150-80-4237 Young,Annette M 9/18/1969 113 Glenbrook Rd
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
Morris WACHOVIA BANK N.A.
401 LINDEN STREET
WINSTON-SALEM
NC 27150
. 1000320294566 .
021200025

245-92-5318 Jones,Leland L. 6/9/1953 5210 LONGWOOD DR
DURHAM, NC 27713-8012
Durham WELCOME CREDIT UNION
MAI-CA 428
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK
NC 27709
. 3644014 . 253177120
BANK OF AMERICA
N.A.
RICHMOND
VA 23261
153625199 . 053000196
183-52-4455 Lamphere,Karen A 3/1/1961 704 SUMMIT ST
CORAOPOLIS, PA 15108 Beecham Credit Union 2832 .
043386914

PNC
TWO PNC PLAZA
PITTSBURGH
PA 15265
3555415 .
043000096

144-52-2630 Stern,Philip 4/13/1955 1 SUNSET AVE
EDISON, NJ 08820 732-718-1743 WACHOVIA BANK N.A.
401 LINDEN STREET
WINSTON-SALEM
NC 27150
. 1010007117862 . 021200025
QUORUM FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
SUITE 401
PURCHASE
NY 10577
. 15940000255406 .
221981335

039-40-4453 Donabedian,David H 4/30/1966 270 Freeman Parkway
Providence, RI 02906
Providence BANK OF AMERICA
N.A.
RICHMOND
VA 23261
.
053000196
. 000651506791
274-82-3334 Patel,Dipak K. 10/18/1956 104 Parkspring Court
Cary, NC 27519
Wake SUNTRUST BANK
7455 CHANCELLOR DRIVE MC 0-7150
ORLANDO
FL 32809
3652961 . 053100465

SUNTRUST BANK
7455 CHANCELLOR DRIVE MC 0-7150
ORLANDO
FL 32809
3652961 . 053100465
222-44-8973 WISNIEWSKI II,MICHAEL E. 5/22/1958 602 HOGANS VALLEY WAY
CARY, NC 27513
Wake WACHOVIA BANK N.A.
401 LINDEN STREET
WINSTON-SALEM
NC 27150
. 1062619690424 .
053000219

245-06-7624 Strickland,Timothy E. 10/7/1957 7584 PREACHER JOYNER ROAD
ROCKY MOUNT, NC 27803
Nash SOUTHERN BANK & TRUST COMPANY
P.O.BOX 729
MOUNT OLIVE
NC 28365
. 00005815223705 .
053102586

138-44-3484 McAuliffe,Stephen 11/23/1954 64 VALLEY RD
MADISON, NJ 07940 973-822-1824 BANK OF AMERICA N.A
VA2-430-01-01
RICHMOND
VA 23261
. 0201435080 .
021202162

187-50-5815 Mittner,Donna L 11/3/1958 853 KENNEDY ST
CARNEGIE, PA 15106 412-276-5567 Beecham Credit Union . 0000002775 .
043386914

NATIONAL CITY BANK
LOC: 01-5138
CLEVELAND
OH 44135
791255981 . 043000122
149-42-5027 Dibernardo,Thomas J 6/3/1950 6 RIDGE CT
MEDFORD, NJ 08055 609-268-8051 Beecham Credit Union . 0000023781 . 043386914
PNC BANK
NEW JERSEY
PITTSBURGH
PA 15219
. 8002081920 .
031207607

538-84-8740 Gates,Jeffrey W 4/29/1964 33030 19TH CT SW
FEDERAL WAY, WA 98023 253-350-5239 253-874-8738 BANK OF AMERICA
N.A. (SFNB)
RICHMOND
VA 23261
74286626 125000024


Beecham Credit Union . 0000022574 . 043386914
344-58-1440 Hoffman,Karyn G 9/25/1962 153 BRIGGS RANCH DR
FOLSOM, CA 95630 916-355-8751
J.P. MORGAN CHASE BANK N.A
10430 HIGHLAND MANOR DRIVE
TAMPA
FL 33610-0000
. 4861803009 .
322271627

284-62-7968 Shingledecker,Suzanne G 3/10/1958 129 EAST SOUTH STREET
WORTHINGTON, OH 43085
Franklin 614-888-1913 HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK
EA2W40
COLUMBUS
OH 43272
. 02899733405 .
044000024

540-86-7800 Lambert,Kenneth A 6/21/1963 16470 SW CYNTHIA STREET
BEAVERTON, OR 97007 503-259-0225 WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK FA
20855 STONE OAK PARKWAY
SAN ANTONIO
TX 78258
. 4864372366 . 325070760
179-44-3393 Steven Colditz 10/10/1957 3495 MYRNA DR
PITTSBURGH, PA 15241 Beecham Credit Union . 0000004432 . 043386914
PARKVALE SAVINGS BANK
4220 WILLIAM PENN HWY.
MONROEVILLE
PA 15146
. 22118590 .
243073852

261-92-7076 Delaney,Robert Scott 4/18/1963 PO Box 654
Arlington Heights, IL 60006
Cook 201-222-1496 CHARLES SCHWAB BANK NA
5190 NEIL ROAD SUITE 300
RENO
NV 89502
. 440013978471 121202211
BANK OF AMERICA N.A.
VA2-430-01-01
RICHMOND
VA 23261
. 9462937253 .
021200339

390-66-0484 Elstad,John T. 4/29/1956 9780 170TH ST W
LAKEVILLE, MN 55044-5516
Dakota 952-892-6495 Wells Fargo Bank
255 2ND AVENUE SOUTH
MINNEAPOLIS
MN 55479
. 2905412418 .
091000019

094-48-0933 Harris,Mario E 6/25/1955 PO BOX 897
PLANDOME, NY 11030 516-365-2009 CITIBANK NA
111 SYLVAN AVENUE
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS
NJ 7632
19545393 .
021000089

180-42-3266 Corrigan,Michael 12/5/1950 PO BOX 27
Worcester, PA 19490-0027
Montgomery WACHOVIA BANK N.A.
401 LINDEN STREET
WINSTON-SALEM
NC 27150
. 1010133619483 .
031000503

179-50-0370 Norton,Robert G. 11/25/1956 1445 PROMISE LN
WESCOSVILLE, PA 18106-9349
Lehigh 610-398-9719 Tennessee Commerce Bank . 4038614 . 064108540
BANK OF THE SIERRA
PO BOX 1930
PORTERVILLE
CA 93258
. 4805353880
121137027

DANVERSBANK
1 CONANT ST
DANVERS
MA 1923
. 70412237 .
211371162

153-62-3544 Humphries,William D 8/9/1966 1416 Barony Lake Way
Raleigh, NC 27614
Wake 949-677-3473 WACHOVIA BANK N.A.
401 LINDEN STREET
WINSTON-SALEM
NC 27150
. 1010319267109 .
053000219

BANK OF AMERICA . 041162505458 . 084301767
090-54-5016 Leahy,Eileen C 9/21/1958 20 BROOKFIELD WAY
PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ 08550 609-716-8588 SB1 Credit Union 65016000 236087664
315-68-9619 Andershock,Betty J. 9/18/1961 113 Langford Valley Way
Cary, NC 27513
Wake 919-608-1153 WELCOME CREDIT UNION
MAI-CA 428
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK
NC 27709
9042-012
253177120

WELCOME CREDIT UNION
MAI-CA 428
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK
NC 27709
. 145000057183 253177120 
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How Banks, Lenders Rip off Military Service Members
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There are numerous, legal protections for people in the military. Banks just ignore them, generally with impunity. Many of the same banks that boast of helping veterans are their biggest exploiters, including JP Morgan Chase, and even USAA is fighting to preserve the system.

NYT.com: "Charles Beard, a sergeant in the Army National Guard, says he was on duty in the Iraqi city of Tikrit when men came to his California home to repossess the family car. Unless his wife handed over the keys, she would go to jail, they said. The men took the car, even though federal law requires lenders to obtain court orders before seizing the vehicles of active duty service members."

And: "The Government Accountability Office, for example, found in 2012 that financial institutions had failed to abide by the law more than 15,000 times."

The banks' slimey out is mandatory "arbitration", where the lenders pick the arbitrators, make decisions in secret without due process or appeal, then bill the victims clients for costs. 
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Deployed service members often cannot sue lenders for violating laws that protect them from repossessions and foreclosures because of legal language that forces them into arbitration.
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How Banks, Lenders Rip off Military Service Members
In 2012 alone banks violated the law 15,000 times

There are numerous, legal protections for people in the military. Banks just ignore them, generally with impunity. Many of the same banks that boast of helping veterans are their biggest exploiters, including JP Morgan Chase, and even USAA is fighting to preserve the system.

NYT.com: "Charles Beard, a sergeant in the Army National Guard, says he was on duty in the Iraqi city of Tikrit when men came to his California home to repossess the family car. Unless his wife handed over the keys, she would go to jail, they said. The men took the car, even though federal law requires lenders to obtain court orders before seizing the vehicles of active duty service members."

And: "The Government Accountability Office, for example, found in 2012 that financial institutions had failed to abide by the law more than 15,000 times."

The banks' slimey out is mandatory "arbitration", where the lenders pick the arbitrators, make decisions in secret without due process or appeal, then bill the victims clients for costs. 
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Deployed service members often cannot sue lenders for violating laws that protect them from repossessions and foreclosures because of legal language that forces them into arbitration.
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