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kennellymike_310x388MICHAEL KENNEDY
Managing Director
Navigant

Mike Kennelly leads Navigant’s Commercial Disputes group. He provides expert testimony and consulting with regard to accounting, valuation, financial, restructuring, forensics and damages issues. He focuses his practice in complex commercial litigation, financial and accounting investigations, tax controversy matters, valuation issues, bankruptcy and restructuring matters.

Mike is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and also holds ABV and ASA (valuation), CIRA (bankruptcy) and CFF (forensics) certifications. He serves on the Board of the Big Shoulders Fund and is the founder and chairman of HFS Chicago Scholars, an educational enrichment and mentoring program that has assisted thousands of economically disadvantaged Chicago students achieve their educational goals.

MICHAEL KENNELLY

MICHAEL KENNELLY
Managing Director
Navigant

Mike Kennelly leads Navigant’s Commercial Disputes group. He provides expert testimony and consulting with regard to accounting, valuation, financial, restructuring, forensics and damages issues. He focuses his practice in complex commercial litigation, financial and accounting investigations, tax controversy matters, valuation issues, bankruptcy and restructuring matters.

Mike is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and also holds ABV and ASA (valuation), CIRA (bankruptcy) and CFF (forensics) certifications. He serves on the Board of the Big Shoulders Fund and is the founder and chairman of HFS Chicago Scholars, an educational enrichment and mentoring program that has assisted thousands of economically disadvantaged Chicago students achieve their educational goals.

PULSE SURVEY QUESTION

If your organization became the victim of a ransomware attack, would you favor paying the hackers in order to get your data back?
Yes always, a business has to do business
No never, paying ransoms only encourages the bad actors
In most cases, better to get your data back fast
Only in extreme situations

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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Doing Business in India
Outlook Brightening for Corporations but Challenges Remain

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Home to close to 1.3 billion people, India is the seventh-largest economy in the world and the second-most populous country behind China. Despite its size and numbers, the World Bank Group ranks India #130 out of 189 economies for ease of doing business, well behind China at #84, Russia at #51, and the U.S. at #7.

Recent developments, however, may help to improve the business environment for companies looking to enter or expand in this nation:

·      India is reworking its foreign investment treaties to clarify its obligations and balance the guarantees provided to foreign investors with domestic interests. The new model may serve as a template for renegotiating India’s 83 separate regional treaties.

·      The government is focused on improving the foreign investment climate, passing the nation’s first bankruptcy law and announcing new foreign investment rules that increase the level of FDI allowed and eliminate the red tape associated with local sourcing requirements.

·      The Indian Parliament has passed a single, uniform Goods and Services Tax that is intended to replace the 29 individual state tax codes now in place, which have made the country one of the most complex and cumbersome places in the world for business, particularly from a compliance perspective.

Despite these improvements, longstanding challenges around doing business in India remain. Conflicts between states and the central government, inconsistent infrastructure, corruption issues and a passive regulatory environment, and questionable security protocols, to name a few. Recent skirmishes in the Kashmir region have also heightened tensions and security awareness across the country.

Join us for a pragmatic discussion as our expert panelists discuss the opportunities and watchouts for doing business in India.

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