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INTELLIGIZE Identifies Top Five Risk Concerns Facing C-Suite Executives, In-House Counsel and Law Firms in 2013

INTELLIGIZE, a corporate compliance resource provider for C-suite executives, in-house counsel, law firms and accounting professionals, has released a white paper, Managing Risk Better, identifying trends and uncertainties anticipated by multinational corporations in the growth outlook in 2013.

Overall, Intelligize expects that companies will delay making decisions with respect to hiring, business expansion, and inventory, stating economic “uncertainty” as the main reason in their SEC filings.

Intelligize has identified five key concerns based on an analysis of recent SEC filings:

● Government spending and the post-fiscal cliff economic landscape

● Global economic uncertainty

● New executive compensation disclosure requirements

● Disaster preparedness (Hurricane Sandy)

● Cross-border business landscape (including FCPA)

CEO and founder of INTELLIGIZE, Gurinder Sangha, Esq., a former capital markets attorney for Shearman & Sterling LLP, New York City, and White & Case LLP, Hong Kong, developed Intelligize’s software to more easily analyze SEC filings.

“Companies are disclosing much more information than before. In fact, the average annual report on Form 10-K has doubled in size over the last decade,” says Mr. Sangha. “Consequently, more resources are being allocated to handle them.”

The Managing Risk Better in 2013 white paper is accessible here: http://intelligize.com/wp-content/uploads/Intelligize-Final-1-7-13.pdf. For more information about our services, please visit our website www.intelligize.com or call 1-888-925-8627.

INTELLIGIZE, Inc., a New York based corporate compliance resource provider for C-suite executives, in house counsel, law firms and accounting professionals, is a leading provider of Web-based tools and resources essential in the compliance and review process. The Company’s powerful business intelligence tools streamline the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) compliance and review process. Its clients include IBM, Verizon, Chevron, Microsoft, and one-third of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) components. Specific applications of INTELLIGIZE include Comment Checker, SEC Checker, M&A Researcher, and Corporate Governance. For more information, please visit our website at www.intelligize.com or call 1-888-925-8627.

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