Friday, December 9, 2016

Intermezzo Collections

  •  08-10 Jan 2017
  •  Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New YorkUSA
Intermezzo Collections runs January 8-10, 2017 at the Javits Convention Center in NYC. Intermezzo Collections is the perfect opportunity between the major women’s fashion markets for retailers to discover and shop the current trends in all ready to wear classifications - contemporary, active wear, casual and denim.

Join us for our opening reception for Complex Psychology on Monday, December 12th at 7 pm!

We look forward to kick off the festive season, come see artwork that would serve as excellent and unique gifts for your loved ones this holiday.

Please RSVP by replying to this email. 

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Organizing for Action

Ready? It's time to channel our frustration and passion into action.

This movement is about what we can accomplish when we come together. From big fights to small ones, the path toward progress on some of our country's most important issues starts with regular people like you and me.

Now, more than ever, we can't afford to slow down -- we can't afford to ease up in our efforts to create the kind of change we want to see in our own communities.

It's time to get involved, and yes, it's time to get your friends, family, and neighbors involved, too. It's up to all of us to come together and have thoughtful conversations about the ways we can take meaningful action.

Here's one easy way to get the ball rolling: Sign up today to host a community action meeting, and we'll help you get started.

In-person meetings like these are a simple but powerful way to discuss the issues that matter most to each of us and to figure out next steps. These conversations will help determine the path forward and will turn change-seekers into change-makers. You can even do it over pizza or wine -- you're the host!

Hosting an action meeting like this is your chance to play a crucial role in this fight.

And don't worry about the details -- once you sign up, we'll guide you with resources to make your event a success.

Say you'll host a community action meeting with your friends and neighbors, and we'll follow up soon with more information.

Share your story


Traci Wile
Director of Community Programs
Organizing for Action


Join Us on December 15, 2016Time: 8:00 AM to 10:30 AMLocation: Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, New York, New York

New Rules on Brazilian FIPs: A Welcome Sign to Investors
While Brazil’s legal and regulatory environment remains complex and comprehensive reforms still seem to belong to the future, significant progress may come from apparently small changes, which may contribute to a more “market friendly” environment.  The new regulation adopted by the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission with respect to FIPs (Fundos de Investimentos em Participações, Brazil’s version of private equity funds) appears to be one of those changes and moves the country one step closer to a regulatory framework more familiar to international private equity investors.  FIPs are now allowed to invest in a broader class of assets (including assets located outside Brazil), General Partners will have more discretion to make capital calls and bring additional investors to the fund, and restrictions regarding governance rights have been eliminated. On the flip side, FIPs will have to comply with higher reporting standards and new mark-to-market requirements may have significant tax implications.
Please join us as we bring to our breakfast roundtable and a select group of leading practitioners from the legal and private equity industries in Brazil and the U.S., to discuss the new FIP rules and the expected impact such new regulation will have for international investors interested in the Brazilian market.

Daniel W. Maeda
Director, Institutional Investors Division (SIN)
Comissão de Valores Mobiliàrios
Ana Carolina L. Nomura
Mattos Filho Advogados

Peter A. Furci
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP  

Jonathan Adler
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Registration Period: Nov 22, 2016 to Dec 15, 2016

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