Neupart to Host Free GDPR Breakfast Event in Birmingham

Do you have questions about GDPR? Come along to our free event in Birmingham and ask our experts!

BIRMINGHAM, UK, September 29, 2017 / — Data Protection: Your Roadmap to Continuous Compliance

Despite the uncertainty of Brexit, it is now clear that the UK will be affected by the upcoming GDPR as per the recently announced Data Protection Bill. With all the various regulatory requirements, compliance may seem daunting, but the reality is that compliance is far from unachievable. By following some fundamental best practices, processes and procedures, while understanding where and why personal data is kept, you will be well on your way to complying with the Data Protection Bill.

Neupart invites you to a breakfast meeting on the 1st of November at the Lockside in Birmingham. We’ll go through the GDPR, the Data Protection Bill, and our 7-step compliance framework that can help to achieve and maintain compliance. During the event there will also be ample opportunity to ask our industry experts questions, engage in an informative dialogue, and network with other professionals.


8.30 Breakfast

8.50 Welcome

9.00 GDPR: From Now to 25.05.2018

GDPR, Data Protection Bill and Brexit – What You Need to Know
A Framework for Compliance
09.50 Coffee Break

Coffee, tea, and an excellent opportunity to network

10.10 GDPR: Happily Ever After

How to Ensure Continuous Compliance
How to Stay Compliant Through a Data Breach
11.00 Q&A

11.15 Finished for the Day – Thank You!

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Study Shows MRIs Are Safe for Patients with Wide Variety of Pacemakers, Defibrillators

Magnetic resonance imaging appears to be safe for patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices, even for chest imaging, according to a new study by Utah researchers.

You would think if there was even a 1 percent chance of having a problem, it would have shown up. Not even one generator or lead needed more than a minor adjustment, if any at all.”

— Jeffrey L. Anderson, MD, Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute

SALT LAKE CITY , UT, USA, September 29, 2017 / — Magnetic resonance imaging appears to be safe for patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices, even for chest imaging, according to a new study by researchers from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City.

In the past, MRIs have been considered dangerous for people who have the devices. However, the new study, “Real World MRI Experience with Non-Conditional and Conditional Cardiac Rhythm Devices After MagnaSafe,” published in the Journal of Clinical Electrophysiology, found that MRI imaging can be safely performed on patients with devices.

“Magnetic resonance imaging has become very popular,” said Jeffrey L. Anderson, MD, senior study author and cardiologist at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute. “It’s excellent for looking at soft tissue changes. But it involves very high-strength magnetic fields, which means if a patient has any implanted metal devices containing iron, it could potentially cause harm.”

X-rays can see bone, but they don’t provide much information about soft tissues like the brain, the heart or other internal organs. “MRIs are marvelous for that,” Dr. Anderson said.

Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute researchers evaluated 212 MRI studies in 178 patients with a cardiac implantable electronic device between February 2014 and August 2016. They didn’t find a single problem requiring remediation in the entire series, which involved a total of 418 implanted leads.

“That’s a pretty big number of leads exposed to these very strong MRI fields. You would think if there was even a 1 percent chance of having a problem, it would have shown up,” Dr. Anderson said. “Not even one generator or lead needed more than a minor adjustment, if any at all.”

In the past, MRIs have been considered risky because of the fear a pacemaker or defibrillator device’s generator circuits could be disrupted, or its metal leads could be pulled out of place by the magnetism, or the lead tips could become hot and scar surrounding tissues, interfering with pacing and defibrillating function.

To counter that, some newer devices have been specifically made and tested to be safe for use with MRIs, under certain test conditions in magnetic fields. Devices in this category are referred to as “conditional CIEDs” (cardiac implantable electronic devices), and have been approved for MRI use under imaging conditions implemented by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Most people who have implantable defibrillators and pacemakers don’t have these newer, more expensive conditional devices, however. Rather, they have standard non-conditional devices. In patients with non-conditional devices who have a medical need for imaging, and in whom MRI is deemed the most desirable diagnostic tool, MRI usually hasn’t been used, or the non-conditional devices and leads have been removed and replaced with conditional devices and leads beforehand.

Imaging decision-making for those with cardiac implantable electronic devices has started to change with publication this year of a large multicenter study called the MagnaSafe Registry study, which showed that non-conditional devices can be safely imaged by MRI, if proper precautions are observed. That study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

That study was limited in that it looked at safety of MRIs only in parts of the body not in direct proximity to the implantable cardiac rhythm devices, which are typically in the chest under one of the collarbones.

The new Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute study directly builds on the MagnaSafe study, validating findings of the main MagnaSafe cohort of 1,500 patients, and expanding that group of patients to include those who need an MRI of their lungs, heart or other organs within the chest.

In addition, the new study includes many patients with conditional devices, providing a side-by-side comparison of the two types of devices.

The lead author and several of the other researchers involved in the earlier MagnaSafe trial, including Dr. Anderson, already have signed and submitted a letter to the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, asking it begin to pay for medically-necessary MRIs done in patients with non-conditional devices and performed under the specially monitored situations that MagnaSafe showed to be safe.

Dr. Anderson said the new study by the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute team confirms the MagnaSafe findings and shows it’s also safe to use MRI to look at the heart or lungs in patients with these implantable devices.

Besides Dr. Anderson, the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute research team included Steve Mason, PA-C; Jeffrey S. Osborn, MD; Ritesh Dhar, MD; Allison Tonkin, MD; Jon-David Ethington, PA-C; Viet Le, MPAS, PA-C; Jose Benuzillo, PhD, MStat; Donald L. Lappé, MD; Kirk U. Knowlton, MD; and T. Jared Bunch, MD.

Jess Gomez
Intermountain Medical Center
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Wealth Management Market 2017 – Current and Future Plans

Wealth Management Market 2017–By Identifying the Key Market Segments and Key players holding market share

PUNE, INDIA, September 29, 2017 / — Pune, India, 29th September 2017: WiseGuyReports announced addition of new report, titled “2017: Trends to Watch in Global Wealth Management”.

The wealth management industry has been undergoing transformation since the financial crisis, and 2017 will be another year marked with changes to business models and the way providers interact with clients. Many trends observed in 2016 will continue over the next 12 months, with regulation and its costs affecting the financial performance of competitors, and market volatility (often fueled by surprising turns in the geopolitical landscape) keeping portfolio managers busy. Yet 2017 will also be a year of opportunity for competitors that embrace the change and succeed in those areas of the market where growth can be achieved.


Key Findings
– As market volatility persists, managing the level of investment portfolio risk and clients’ expectations in terms of returns will be more important than ever.
– While the European industry is aware of the updated Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), most wealth managers remain uncertain about its effects on the market.
– “Regtech” solutions are another reason for incumbents to partner with fintech startups. Block chain technology can also be more widely adopted if compliance is ensured.
– Purely digital wealth management is not a proposition that will appeal to all HNW investors, but providers will continue to target carefully selected audiences with new robo-advice platforms.
– Smaller and local providers will gain market share in the global wealth management space.
– M&A activity in mature economies will be driven by competition for the client portfolios of aging independent financial advisors (IFAs) who are approaching retirement.

This report informs wealth managers and their strategy teams of the key developments emerging across the industry and how best to respond to these changes. The report examines developments across a number of key areas, from regulation, to product and service trends, to asset allocation drivers. Specifically, the report:

– Analyzes the impact of regulatory developments on the industry, looking in particular at MiFID II in Europe and tax amnesties across the world.
– Discovers how wealth managers can benefit from the emerging regtech sector and how this may affect the adoption of block chain.
– Considers the opportunities in targeting internationally active clients, as well as defining the target audience for robo-advisors.
– Assesses the impact that newly developed investment products, such as exchange-traded mutual funds (ETMFs) can have on clients’ demand for alternative and innovative solutions.
– Examines the potential growth and M&A opportunities offered by aging IFAs, as well as the divestment activity of global players.
– Reviews the latest asset allocation trends and what is driving the growth of equities and alternative investments in particular.
– Draws on our 2016 Global Wealth Managers Survey of 324 executives to provide fact-led insight.

Reasons to Buy
– Understand the key trends impacting the wealth management industry in 2016 and how to respond.
– Get ready for the advent of the OECD’s Common Reporting Standard, and find out how your business needs to prepare.
– Discover how HNW asset allocation preferences are set to evolve in 2016 and how to respond.
– Gain an insight into the impact of digital disruption across the wealth management value chain and advice on how technology could help your business.

Table of Content: Key Points
2017 will add to the challenges the wealth management industry is facing
Key findings
Critical success factors
Managing portfolio risk is becoming more important than ever
HNW investors are significantly exposed to equity risk
Equities and alternatives will be the clear winners in 2017 despite turbulent market conditions
Global uncertainties will determine asset allocation strategies in 2017
HNW investors globally are looking for cheap buying opportunities in the equity space as volatility continues
HNW investors' varying attitudes towards risks will have an effect on asset allocation strategies
Portfolio diversification benefits will drive demand for alternatives but a certain level of hand holding is required
The industry will be preparing for MiFID II in the EU
New rules are aimed at increasing transparency and investor protection


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Aviva Market 2017 by Current & Upcoming Trends

Aviva Global Market Share, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast

PUNE, INDIA, September 28, 2017 / — Pune, India, 28th September 2017: WiseGuyReports announced addition of new report, titled “Insurance Company Profile: Aviva”.

"Insurance Company Profile: Aviva", provides a comprehensive overview of Aviva and its UK business. This includes its structure, its strategy for growth and focus on digitization, as well as its performance in the UK and marketing and distribution strategy.

Aviva serves 33 million customers across 16 countries, including 16 million customers in the UK and Ireland, with approximately 29,530 employees globally. Outside of the UK, Aviva has a strong presence in Canada, France, Ireland, Spain, and Turkey.


This profile offers a review of the company, its business structure and strategy, its financial performance, and a SWOT analysis. It also covers Aviva’s activities around insurtech.

Key questions answered include –
– What are AVIVA’s brands within the group?
– What are AVIVA’s strengths and weaknesses?
– What opportunities and challenges does the company face going forward?

– Aviva is a composite of scale in the UK, offering life, general and health insurance, and asset management products and services.
– Aviva has revamped its business strategy to include three key components: True Customer Composite, Digital First, and Selective Market Focus.

Reasons to buy
– Learn about Aviva’s organizational structure and its core business segments.
– Gain insight into its underwriting and distribution strategy.
– Understand the group's advertising strategy.

Table of Content: Key Points
Aviva: A Global Overview
Corporate Structure
Historic Milestones
What does Aviva do today?
Aviva Product Overview

Future Strategy
Advertising Expenditure
SWOT Analysis



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Norah Trent
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Michael Watts of Roof Crafters LLC, Receives Top of the House Certification from Owens Corning Roofing, Inc.

Baton Rouge roofing contractor

Roof Crafters

Roof Crafters LLC of Baton Rouge, Louisiana announces Michael Watts receives Top Of The House certification from Owens Corning Roofing, Inc

It is Michael's hard work and dedication to study that makes him such a success. We are proud to have Michael as a team member at Roof Crafters”

— Chuck Magee

BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA , UNITED STATES , September 28, 2017 / — Roof Crafters, LLC, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, announces that Michael Watts has received Top of the HouseTM certification from acclaimed roofing industry giant Owens Corning Roofing, Inc. As a certified contractor with a variety of capabilities, Watts helps extends Roof Crafters' competitive advantage in the roofing services industry.

Baton Rouge-based roofing contractor, Roof Crafters, LLC, congratulates Baton Rouge native and professional roofing contractor Michael Watts on his recent accolade as a Top of the HouseTM certification recipient from construction industry giant Owens Corning. Watt's certification further enhances Roof Crafters' existing Owens Corning accolades to position the company and its services as a premier roofing service provider.

"It is Michael's hard work and dedication to study that makes him such a success. We are proud to have Michael as a team member at Roof Crafters," explains the leading roofing expert. Chuck Magee

Strong Certification, Stronger Leadership for Premier Roofing Craftsmanship

Watts has been a leader from the start. With more than 10 years of experience in customer service and sales, Watts understands what it takes to deliver quality and reliable service that clients need. As a Roof Crafters roofing expert who is newly certified, Watts will further enhance the competitive advantage of the company. Roof Crafters values providing premier roofing services to its clients and having a roofing contractor that holds acclaimed certifications align with Roof Crafters' objectives to deliver the best products and professional roofing services. From new construction rehabilitation to remodeling, Roof Crafters' roofing professionals provide a variety of residential roofing services that clients can trust and rely on for maintenance, roof repair or new roofing project needs.

About Roof Crafters, LLC

Louisiana based Roof Crafters, LLC, provides years of experience delivering professional roofing services expertise in the roofing construction industry. As a leading contractor, Roof Crafters also serves as a trusted source for expert roofing services as a technically advanced roofing contractor. Roof Crafters provides quality professional roofing using the best roofing materials and contractors who continuously learn innovative practices via ongoing Owens Corning training. Roof Crafters offers confidence every client can leverage thanks to its Owens Corning Roofing certifications and its accredited membership in the Better Business Bureau.

Chuck Magee
Roof Crafters LLC
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Source: EIN Presswire

Watkins Construction and Roofing of Jackson Mississippi Joins the Tile Roofing Institute

Watkins Construction and Roofing

Watkins Construction and Roofing

Watkins Construction and Roofing of Jackson, Mississippi is the newest member of the TRI Tile Roofing Institute.

This shows further commitment to our roofing clients for the best overall roofing services and being the leading roofing expert in Mississippi”

— Michael Dier

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, UNITED STATE , September 28, 2017 / — Watkins Construction & Roofing of Jackson, Mississippi joins the renowned Tile Roofing Institute. As a recent member of this acclaimed non-profit association, Watkins Construction & Roofing will further enhance its roofing services and commitment to excellence.

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI (September 28, 2017) — Mississippi-based professional roofing services company Watkins Construction & Roofing is reinforcing its roofing expertise as a new member of the Tile Roofing Institute. The Tile Roofing Institute is a non-profit association of concrete and clay associates and producers. It has been operating for over 30 years and is recognized across the country for its tile roofing industry contributions. As a new member of the Tile Roofing Institute, Watkins Construction & Roofing further improves its roofers' education and its quality service offering to its clients.

"This shows further commitment to our roofing clients for the best overall roofing services and being the leading roofing expert in Mississippi," explains Watkins Construction & Roofing owner Michael Dier.

Enhanced Competitive Advantage Via Enhanced Education

Roofing education is vital to have to optimize performance and stay competitive. Thus, joining the Tile Roof Institute was an inevitable option for Watkins Construction & Roofing. The Tile Roof Institute helps drive Watkins Construction & Roofing's commitment to providing quality craftsmanship alongside the best construction products and materials. By furthering their knowledge on attic insulation, roofing shingles and attic ventilation, Watkins Construction & Roofing's expert team of top roofing contractors will enhance their craftsmanship and expertise. Also, Watkins Construction & Roofing's expert team will be able to further bring awareness of the long-lasting capabilities and durability of clay and concrete as one of the best roofing options to the South Mississippi and greater Jackson area clients.

About Watkins Construction & Roofing

Mississippi-based Watkins Construction and Roofing is a quality roofing installation and repair company that offers professional roofing services that extends the lives of roofs. From roof restoration to roof waterproofing, Watkins Construction & Roofing provides a wide selection of roofing services. Backed by its professionally trained staff, its use of the best roofing construction material on the market and its ten-year roof warranty offer, Watkins Construction & Roofing provides delivers on value, craftsmanship and expertise to provide the reliability and trust its clients can depend on for years to come.

Michael Dier
Watkins Construction and Roofing
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Watkins Construction and Roofing of Mississippi

Source: EIN Presswire

Quebec Flood Victims Use Pogo.Pro

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Get a higher assessment from the Quebec Minister of Public Security by using Pogo.Pro's online estimation, claims management and tendering portal.

Get help with you Quebec flood insurance claims.”

— Mark Sibthorpe

MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA, September 27, 2017 / — MONTREAL, September 27, 2017 – Quebec flood victims are turning to Pogo.Pro in their battle with the Quebec Public Security Minister. Flood victims are considering class actions because their damage assessments are below the cost of the repairs.

Home owners should get a professional estimate and quotes from at least 3 pros before they contest the minister's assessment. According to Mark Sibthorpe, President of Pogo.Pro, "We make damage estimates easy and it is free through our online renovations and claims management portal."

Pogo.Pro, Canada's online renovations management platform, consists of an estimate builder, a bidding platform, and project management tools, designed to protect Quebec flood victims who need to document damages and follow the correct claim procedures.

Flood victims staged demonstrations and fund-raisers recently in Pierrefonds and Vaudreuil. This will not get them more money from the minister. Professional damage estimates and quotes for flood repairs will!

Pogo.Pro's renovations management platform has been adapted specifically to deal with claim requirements. The platform, which automates renovation estimates and tenders for home owners, actually generates claims documents automatically.

Pogo.Pro, president, Mark Sibthorpe, anticipated the need for this kind of platform during the ice storm in 98, a time where he discovered that "victims of natural disasters" need protection; platform development began two years ago. One result of this effort is that Pogo.Pro can provide flood victims a document trail that can be referred to at any time, especially if there is a claim dispute. Documenting damage is a critical part of the claims process. Not doing so may cause delays or even reduce potential claim value.

About Pogo.Pro

Pogo.Pro, which means 'pros on the go', take the risk out of renovations. It allows home owners to build estimates and issue tenders. Renovations/construction pros can bid on these tenders, manage projects and payments. Pogo.Pro has over 64,000 pricing items in its database which makes building detailed estimates a reality even for inexperienced home owners.


For further information: Mark Sibthorpe, President, 514-694-0817,

Mark Sibthorpe
Pogo.Pro Inc
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Streamline insurance claims with Pogo.Pro

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Blockchain in Insurance Market Analysis 2017 (By Segment, Key Players and Applications) and Forecasts To 2022

Blockchain in Insurance Market 2017 – Opportunity, Driving Trends and deep study.

PUNE, INDIA, September 27, 2017 / — Pune, India, 27th September 2017: WiseGuyReports announced addition of new report, titled “Blockchain in Insurance”.

Insight Report: Blockchain in Insurance analyses how this potentially revolutionary technology is affecting the global insurance industry now, and how it could shape the industry in the future.

Blockchain is the core technology behind the bitcoin cryptocurrency. It is a digital ledger in which transactions are verified and recorded chronologically and publicly. It stores static records and dynamic transaction data without the need for central coordination, while constantly checking the validity of each transaction. A user has to be verified to be allowed into the database, and is then trusted completely once given access. Furthermore, the system is immutable by design, meaning that once a function or record is set, it cannot be undone or changed, vastly reducing the capacity for it to be tampered with.


It is essentially an intermediary with the automated ability to transact value via data, currency, records and digital assets. It is hard-coded by design, and has a smart contracts function that can be completely trusted to execute the encrypted instructions; if event a specified event occurs, for example, the system will pay a certain amount to a specific party.

Insight Report: Blockchain in Insurance covers the following areas:
• It explains how this potentially revolutionary technology is affecting the global insurance industry now, and how it could shape the industry in the future.

• It gives an overview of how the technology works, and then explains how it can be used to change the way insurers operate. Applied to insurance this could enable insurers to significantly reduce the cost of their claims management operations.

• It evaluates the challenges and difficulties faced by insurers that could hamper their ability and enthusiasm to harness the benefits of blockchain technology to maximise profitability.

• This report provides how blockchain technology works.
• It analyzes its impact on insurance relative to other industries .
• It provides specific explanations of how blockchain could change the way insurers operate.
• It offers an analysis of how regulators are likely to respond to the rise of blockchain.

Reasons to Buy
• Build understanding blockchain technology and its applications to insurance.
• Find out which insurers are most advanced in utilizing blockchain.
• Assees hurdles that insurers face in incorporating blockchain into their operational structures, and the different approaches they are likely to take.

Key Highlights
• Blockchain technology has the ability to simplify and reduce the cost of insurers' claims-verification and management processes.

• An example would be blockchain facilitating the implementation of ‘smart contracts’, which pay out based on evidence submitted with the requirement for human intervention or approval. For example in the event of a car crash, where the policyholder could take a picture of the damage they received to their vehicle and upload it to the insurers’ app. This would then be used as proof of the incident and stored on the blockchain, after which the ‘smart contract’ would receive an instruction to pay out a sum to the policyholder.

• Although insurers have started to invest in digital and blockchain ‘labs’ they are still behind their counterparts in banking, where more investment is being made into harnessing blockchain technology.

• Lack of historical data is proving a very large problem for underwriters, who are having to base pricing on much lower quantities of hard data than would be the case for other commercial liability lines.

Table of Content: Key Points

2.1 How the Technology Works
2.2 Bitcoin
2.3 Impact So Far
2.4 Relation to Insurance
2.5 Potential Areas of Impact
2.6 Regulation

List of Tables
Table1: Blockchain Dynamics
Table2: Blockchain Banking Examples

List of Figures
Figure 1: Bitcoin Value Against US$, 2015–2017
Figure 2: Date of First Investment in Blockchain


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Norah Trent
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Georgia Insurance Industry Market 2017- key market trends and growth opportunities in the Insurance segment 2021

The Insurance Industry in Georgia

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 27, 2017 / —

WiseGuyReports published new report, titled “The Insurance Industry in Georgia”


'The Insurance Industry in Georgia, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2021' report provides detailed analysis of the market trends, drivers and challenges in the Georgian insurance industry.
It provides key performance indicators such as written premium, incurred loss, loss ratio, commissions and expenses, total assets, total investment income and retentions during the review period (2012–2016) and forecast period (2016–2021).
The report also analyzes distribution channels operating in the segment, gives a comprehensive overview of the Georgian economy and demographics, and provides detailed information on the competitive landscape in the country.
The report brings together research, modeling and analysis expertise, giving insurers access to information on segment dynamics and competitive advantages, and profiles of insurers operating in the country. The report also includes details of insurance regulations, and recent changes in the regulatory structure.



'The Insurance Industry in Georgia, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2021' report provides in-depth market analysis, information and insights into the Georgian insurance industry, including:
• The Georgian insurance industry's growth prospects by segment and category
• A comprehensive overview of Georgian economy and demographics
• The detailed competitive landscape in the Georgian insurance industry
• The various distribution channels in the Georgian insurance industry
• Detailed regulatory policies of the Georgian insurance industry
• Analysis of natural hazards in Georgian insurance industry


This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the insurance industry in Georgia:

• It provides historical values for the Georgian insurance industry for the report’s 2012–2016 review period, and projected figures for the 2016–2021 forecast period.
• It offers a detailed analysis of the key segments in the Georgian insurance industry, along with market forecasts until 2021.
• It covers an exhaustive list of parameters, including written premium, incurred loss, loss ratio, combined ratio, total assets, total investment income and retentions.
• It analyzes the various distribution channels in Georgia.
• It profiles the top insurance companies in Georgia and outlines the key regulations affecting them.

Key points to buy

• Make strategic business decisions using in-depth historic and forecast market data related to the Georgian insurance industry and each segment and category within it.
• Understand the demand-side dynamics, key market trends and growth opportunities in the Georgian insurance industry.
• Assess the competitive dynamics in the Georgian insurance industry.
• Identify the growth opportunities and market dynamics in key segments.
• Gain insights into key regulations governing the Georgian insurance industry and their impact on companies and the industry's future.

Key Highlights

• On July 8, 2016, the Insurance State Supervision Service of Georgia (Supervision Service) made it mandatory for insurance companies to form a joint-stock company to carry out insurance activities.
• Amendments to the state universal healthcare program came into effect on March 1, 2017, which restricts private insurers from participating in the state health insurance program.
• In March, 2017, Aldagi BCI launched a new product related to trip insurance for the Georgian insurance market.
• TBC Bank acquired 100% shares of insurance company Kopenbur in October 2016. This acquisition was in accordance with the bank’s strategy to enhance its product offerings and is an important development for bancassurance.

Table of Contents



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Delaware Corporate Whistleblower Center Now Appeals to a Healthcare Employee in Delaware To Call Them About Rewards If Their Employer Is Overbilling Medicare For Unnecessary Procedures

What makes Delaware unique it is a small state, and local healthcare providers can get away with all kinds of things and the employees say nothing out of fear of losing their job”

— Delaware Corporate Whistleblower Center

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, September 26, 2017 / — The Delaware Corporate Whistleblower Center is urging an employee of a hospital, a skilled nursing facility, a nursing home, a hospice provider, a dialysis center or a in home healthcare company anywhere in Delaware to call them at 866-714-6466 if their employer is engaged in significant overbilling of Medicare. They are specifically focused on a healthcare provider billing Medicare for performing unnecessary medical procedures. http://Delaware.CorporateWhistleblower.Com

Examples of the type of potential healthcare whistleblower the Delaware Corporate Whistleblower Center would like to hear from:

* A ER doctor in Delaware who has proof their hospital/employer is billing Medicare for unneeded medical procedures on a very regular basis.
* An employee or insider with proof a cardiology group in Delaware that is performing unnecessary cardiac catheterizations their patients.
* An employee of a 'Sleep Center' that is gouging Medicare with significant up-coding or for medical procedures that never took place or procedures that were medically unnecessary.
* A hospice provider in Delaware that is billing Medicare for their patients-who are not dying.
* A nursing home in Delaware that is billing Medicare as if they are fully staffed when in reality the nursing home is under staffed and Medicare patients are receiving very poor care.

The Delaware Corporate Whistleblower Center says, “We are urging a medical doctor or healthcare worker in Delaware to call us anytime at 866-714-6466 if they have proof their employer is involved in significant overbilling of Medicare. In some instances, an eyewitness account is good enough. What makes Delaware unique it is a small state, and local healthcare providers can get away with all kinds of things and the employees say nothing out of fear of losing their job.

"Why sit on a winning lotto ticket without ever discovering what it could be worth? We are all about helping a Idaho healthcare whistleblower getting rewarded for their information about substantial Medicare overbilling as we would like to discuss anytime” http://Delaware.CorporateWhistleblower.Com

Simple rules for a whistleblower from the Delaware Corporate Whistleblower Center: Do not go to the government first if you are a potential whistleblower with substantial proof of wrongdoing. The Delaware Corporate Whistleblower Center says, “Major whistleblowers frequently go to the government thinking they will help. It’s a huge mistake. Do not go to the news media with your whistleblower information. Public revelation of a whistleblower’s information could destroy any prospect for a reward. Do not try to force a company/employer or individual to come clean about significant Medicare fraud, overbilling the federal government for services never rendered, multi-million-dollar state or federal tax evasion, or a Delaware based company falsely claiming to be a minority owned business to get preferential treatment on federal or state projects. Come to us first, tell us what type of information you have, and if we think it’s sufficient, we will help you with a focus on you getting rewarded.”

Unlike any group in the US the Corporate Whistleblower Center can assist a potential whistleblower with packaging or building out their information to potentially increase the reward potential. They will also provide the whistleblower with access to some of the most skilled whistleblower attorneys in the nation. For more information a possible whistleblower with substantial proof of wrongdoing in Delaware can contact the Whistleblower Center at 866-714-6466 or contact them via their website at http://Delaware.CorporateWhistleBlower.Com

Thomas Martin
Delaware Corporate Whistleblower Center
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Source: EIN Presswire