Welcome to the September edition of AI magazine, which features the latest news in the world of corporate finance, including M&A, legal issues, intellectual property, transfer pricing, investment and accounting.

In recent news, Xura, Inc., a leading provider of digital communications services, announced the completion of its acquisition by affiliates of Siris Capital Group, LLC in a transaction reflecting an equity value of approximately $643 million.

The Israeli High Court’s temporary injunction against the enforcement of America’s highly controversial global tax law “should serve as a wake-up call for other countries to rethink enforcing this toxic, flawed, imperialistic legislation,” affirms the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.

There are so many wonderful companies all over the world who are second to none in their work. One of these is Nordgain, a part of the Lewben Group, who last year became the fastest growing provider of financial and accounting services in Lithuania. Another is Channel Products, a leading designer and manufacturer of ignition systems, safety controls, and complimentary products for manufacturers worldwide.

On a topical note, with the dust settling on the UK’s decision to leave the EU, Blacks Solicitors’ Phil Gorski takes a closer look at the impact this will have on cybersecurity and intellectual property for businesses.

I hope you continue to enjoy the fresh new look and the remarkable variety of features in this edition of AI magazine.

Jonathan Miles, Editor