National Investment Trust Ltd (NITL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Investment sector has released it’s 2011 annual report.For more information about National Investment Trust Ltd (NITL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the National Investment Trust Ltd (NITL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: National Investment Trust Ltd (NITL.mu) 2011 annual report.Company ProfileNational Investment Trust Limited is a privately owned investment trust company that provides services for individuals and corporate investors. The company engages in the launching and management of equity and fixed income mutual funds for its clients. NITL invests in equity and fixed income markets. National Investment Trust Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius
Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Health sector has released it’s 2015 annual report.For more information about Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) 2015 annual report.Company ProfileMedical And Surgical Centre Limited deals within the Healthcare and Cafeteria segments where it operates hospitals in Mauritius. The company is a subsidiary of CIEL Healthcare Limited and operates hospitals under the Fortis Clinique Darné and Wellkin Hospital names, as well as runs a one day care centre under the FCD North name. Medical And Surgical Centre Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Over the past 3.5 million years, there have been several intervals when climate conditions were warmer than during the preindustrial Holocene. Although past intervals of warming were forced differently than future anthropogenic change, such periods can provide insights into potential future climate impacts and ecosystem feedbacks, especially over centennial-to-millennial timescales that are often not covered by climate model simulations. Our observation-based synthesis of the understanding of past intervals with temperatures within the range of projected future warming suggests that there is a low risk of runaway greenhouse gas feedbacks for global warming of no more than 2 °C. However, substantial regional environmental impacts can occur. A global average warming of 1–2 °C with strong polar amplification has, in the past, been accompanied by significant shifts in climate zones and the spatial distribution of land and ocean ecosystems. Sustained warming at this level has also led to substantial reductions of the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets, with sea-level increases of at least several metres on millennial timescales. Comparison of palaeo observations with climate model results suggests that, due to the lack of certain feedback processes, model-based climate projections may underestimate long-term warming in response to future radiative forcing by as much as a factor of two, and thus may also underestimate centennial-to-millennial-scale sea-level rise.
November 2, 2019 /Sports News – Local Snow Women’s Basketball Bests Arizona Western In Season Opener FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailRICHFIELD, Utah- Rachel Roberts and Reagan Yamauchi scored a combined 32 points on Friday, helping lead the Snow College women’s basketball team to a season opening, 60-48, victory over Arizona Western at the Sevier Valley Center in Richfield.Roberts, a 6-foot-0 sophomore from Carlsbad, Calif., connected on 8-of-14 attempts to score a game-high 17 points for the Lady Badgers. Yamauchi, a 5-foot-7 freshman from Soda Springs, Idaho, was credit with 15 points on 6-of-11 attempts from the field. Sophomore Micah Gustafson led the Lady Badgers with a game-high seven rebounds.Snow (1-0) will take on Eastern Wyoming on Saturday in Richfield. Game time is set for 2 p.m. at the Sevier Valley Center. Brad James Written by Tags: Arizona Western/Rachel Robets/Reagan Yamauchi/Snow College Women’s Basketball
Home » News » Land & New Homes » Sajid Javid launches new house building agency previous nextLand & New HomesSajid Javid launches new house building agencyHomes England will now take the lead in helping achieve 300,000 homes-a-year average for new builds, backed by huge budget.Nigel Lewis11th January 201801,673 Views A new national homes building agency has been launched to get more new builds off the ground in the UK, it has been revealed.Originally announced in the Autumn 2017 budget, the new agency is now up and running and busy on several fronts, including lending £45 million through the Home Building Fund to create 4,500 homes.Yesterday Housing Secretary Sajid Javid (pictured, below) visited Alconbury in Cambridgeshire, where the government is helping fund 5,000 homes on the 1,420 acre site.“This government is determined to build the homes our country needs and help more people get on the housing ladder. Homes England will be at the heart of leading this effort,” he said.The agency will have new land buying powers and will focus on acquiring plots in areas where people want to live, support smaller and more innovative builders and bring more brownfield land on stream among the 16,000 unused sites recently identified by local authorities.The new agency, which will replace the former Homes & Communities Agency, is a key plank in the government’s plans to build on average 300,000 homes a year by the mid-2020s.Nick Walkley (pictured, right) will head up the new agency. He joined the HCA as Chief Executive in March 2017 and before that held several local government jobs including heading up both Haringey and Barnet London boroughs.“As Homes England, we will use our land, finance and expertise to expand the delivery of affordable new homes and connect ambitious partners to remove barriers to house building,” says Nick. Homes England Homes and Communities Agency HCA nick walkley Sajid Javid January 11, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
View post tag: first Authorities The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) departed Naval Station Rota, Spain, on June 29, 2015, to begin her first forward-deployed patrol in support of ballistic missile defense of Europe and Operation Atlantic Resolve.Porter’s forward presence in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, and the ship’s participation in combined underway tactical exchanges with allies and partners will help the United States continue its efforts to strengthen maritime partnerships.Porter, the third of four Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers to be forward deployed in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations, arrived in Rota in April.The vessel is on a routine patrol conducting naval operations with allies and partners in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in order to advance security and stability in Europe.[mappress mapid=”16368″]Image: US Navy June 30, 2015 View post tag: USS Porter View post tag: Deployed View post tag: europe View post tag: Navy View post tag: forward Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Porter Starts First Forward-Deployed Patrol View post tag: Naval View post tag: Patrol View post tag: News by topic Share this article USS Porter Starts First Forward-Deployed Patrol
Supreme Court Suspends Attorney For Mismanaging FundsIL for www.theindianalawyer.comAn Indianapolis attorney accused of mismanaging trust funds for both himself and other attorneys and clients has been suspended from the practice of law in Indiana for 180 days.According to the disciplinary order handed down Wednesday, Tarek E. Mercho of Indianapolis law firm Mercho Caughey “misappropriate funds from his attorney trust account over a period of several years, making dozens of disbursements of client funds for purely personal purposes.” On at least two occasions, Mercho disbursed funds that were held in trust for another attorney and that attorney’s client.After the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission began an investigation into Mercho’s conduct, the attorney made false statements to the commission and submitted a client ledger with false entries to extricate himself from the disciplinary process, the order says. Both the commission and the hearing officer found that Mercho had violated Professional Conduct Rules 1.15(a) and 8.1(a) and Admission and Discipline Rules 23(29)(a)(4)(2016) and 23(29)(1)(5)(2016) in connection with the funds mismanagement and his dishonesty during the investigation.The commission also alleged that Mercho violated Professional Conduct Rule 8.4(b) and 8.4(c) on the basis that his financial mismanagement was criminal in nature. However, both the hearing officer and the court, with Justice Robert Rucker acting as chief justice, found that the commission did not sustain its burden of proof on those charges.The hearing officer recommended a 90-day suspension followed by a one-year probationary period, while the commission recommended a one-year suspension without automatic reinstatement. The court ultimately chose to impose a 180-day suspension effective May 10, with 90 days actively served and the remaining time stayed subject to completion of at least one year of probation, including trust account monitoring by a certified public accounting.Mercho’s probation will remain in effect until it is terminated pursuant to a petition filed under Admission and Discipline Rule 23(16), the court wrote in its order. Additionally, Mercho may not undertake any new legal matters between now and May 10, and the costs of the proceeding are assessed against him.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
ESTATE, TAX AND PERSONAL AND BUSINESS PLANNING by Randall CraigThe information that follows summarizes some of the current issues in the areas of estate, tax and personal and business planning which may be of interest to you. Although this information is accurate and authoritative, it is general in nature and not intended to constitute specific professional advice. For professional advice or more specific information, please contact my office.SWIRCA & More 2016 Online Auction & Tailgate Party. This wonderful annual auction event will be held on Saturday, February 27, 2016. For those readers who are unable to attend, please consider making a donation to this outstanding organization which provides essential help to people of all ages. Southwestern Indiana Regional Council on Aging (“SWIRCA & More”) provides assistance to children as well as disabled adults and the elderly. Its principal goal is to enhance opportunities for independent living. SWIRCA & More provides a myriad of services which include serving more than 200,000 meals each year in its six-county service area covering Gibson, Perry, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh and Warrick counties, screening persons who may require admission to a nursing home to be sure that the need for long-term care exists and that people are not simply being “warehoused” when other arrangements or facilities would be more appropriate, and helping the disabled to circumnavigate the complex processes of the Medicare and Medicaid programs. SWIRCA & More also helps retirees and disabled individuals make choices pertaining to their insurance, including Medicare supplemental coverages and Part D prescription coverage. This is a very short list of only a few of the many services provided by SWIRCA & More. There is virtually no one who will not be impacted by SWIRCA & More at some point in his or her life, and when one considers the aging nature of our population, it is likely that our families will benefit from the efforts of SWIRCA & More staff at several different times during our lives. Please consider this wonderful organization when making decisions about the charities that you intend to support. A donation request letter, including additional information, is enclosed with this newsletter. Tax deductible donations may be made payable to SWIRCA & More and sent to Post Office Box 3938, Evansville, Indiana 47737-3938. Please consult the website of SWIRCA & More www.swirca.org and review the enclosed information accompanying this newsletter.Importance Of Marital Agreements. The use of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements can be extremely important in the context of asset protection and estate and lifetime planning. Many people erroneously believe that the sole or principal purpose of a prenuptial agreement is to predetermine what will happen in the event of a dissolution of marriage. In fact, important aspects of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements include protecting a spouse’s children in the case of a second marriage and setting the stage for protecting the assets of one spouse in the event that the other spouse requires long term care. During the process of prenuptial agreement planning, the couple will often come to realize that their assets are exposed if one spouse-to-be later requires long term care. While the Medicaid rules disregard the existence of a marital agreement, nevertheless a marital agreement can bring about the process of planning for the(Continued on Reverse Side) possibility of requiring long term care and considering various planning arrangements, whether through the utilization of a particular kind of a trust arrangement, or possibly even the purchase of long term care insurance for one or both of the spouses. In my practice, marital agreements are more important for their planning uses and implications than in the context of divorce, particularly since I do not practice in the area of marital dissolutions. In the absence of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, when the first spouse dies, the surviving spouse is entitled to a share of the deceased spouse’s estate, sometimes called the “forced share” or an “elective share.” If that marital right is waived, as it will be in most cases, other arrangements can still be put in place to protect the surviving spouse, if desired. Then, should the surviving spouse who may be in a long term care facility not elect the forced share, because he or she has no right to do so, the Medicaid eligibility of the surviving spouse can be protected, or established if not eligible, while avoiding a period of Medicaid ineligibility or the possible dissipation of the predeceasing spouse’s estate. Marital agreements can also be very effective tools for asset protection by defining the specific assets that belong to one or the other spouse, and determining what will happen in the event of transfers between spouses. In a second marriage situation, especially when there are children, and whether or not both spouses are older or one of the spouses is infirm, marital agreement planning is an extremely important aspect of the estate and lifetime planning process.Another Reminder About Beneficiary Designations. In my practice, I am incessantly confronted with estate plans involving either an inter vivos trust (whether in the form of a revocable living trust or an irrevocable trust) or a trust under a last will and testament in regard to which beneficiary designations have been made inappropriately. Numerous previous articles in my newsletters have addressed such issues in various contexts. Although I have never kept a close count, I would wager that in the vast majority of cases, perhaps as many as 75 percent or more, a person’s or a couple’s beneficiary arrangements pertaining to their life insurance, IRAs and other retirement plans do not comport with the estate planning arrangements that they have set up. In many cases, a trust has been established, and the life insurance should have been designated to pass to the trust or to a specific sub-trust, but in fact the life insurance designation does not even contemplate that it would be paid to a trust, resulting in the life insurance proceeds passing to the wrong beneficiaries or outright directly to beneficiaries when a trust for the beneficiaries was intended. Often the payment will be paid through the estate, necessitating probate steps, when the beneficiary designation could have been named directly to the trust. A beneficiary designation can even be made directly to a trust which will come into existence under a last will and testament, without the life insurance proceeds going through the estate, thereby avoiding probate, even though the trust is a testamentary trust. In the case of IRAs and other retirement plans, the qualified dollars often will be designated to be paid directly to the trust, which in most instances is incorrect unless the beneficiary designation form is designed very carefully. Unfortunately, the vast majority of beneficiary designations are not properly implemented. This article will serve as another reminder, which probably cannot be repeated too often, that in conjunction with your estate planning, please be sure that you are getting proper guidance from your financial and legal advisors regarding the proper implementation of beneficiary designations. Many investment advisors, unfortunately, are more focused on the products that they are working with rather than the plan that the benefits will be funded with, and it is incumbent upon you to check with all of your advisors to be sure that all of the tax, legal and financial implications have been considered. There can be significant tax differences when retirement benefits are paid in the wrong way or to the wrong beneficiary.Additional Information. Future issues of this Newsletter will address other issues of current interest. Please contact my office with any questions that you might have. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Rassy was hopeful, for just one day, that he would see the beach. Regretfully, OCNJ Daily reports that we may be the victim of “Fake News” related to yesterday’s coverage of Councilman DeVlieger’s legislative pursuits. Just to clarify Councilman DeVlieger is not driving any legislation related to cats or any specific pet variety.OCNJ Daily is investigating any and all ties that reporter “April Singular” may have with Russian Operatives and will follow-up with news as it is confirmed by government officials.As always OCNJ Daily is vigilant to stay “Fake News” free and promises to remain so until this time next year.
Food manufacturers have grown used to engaging in the debate about the health of the nation in recent years. They fully understand why they have been challenged to play a positive role in finding solutions to the complex issues at the heart of society’s concerns about rising obesity levels. Now, they are facing a much bigger, and potentially even more complex, debate about another massive issue – the health of the planet.Recognising that issues relating to sustainability were shooting up the political agenda, and that these concerns were rightly starting to resonate with consumers, FDF established a Steering Group of members earlier this year, to provide industry with a strategic and proactive lead on the many issues it faces.The good news is that the industry is not starting from a low base. Take carbon reduction, for example. Between 1990 and 2005, the industry has cut its carbon footprint by more than 15% and it continues to build on this achievement through FDF’s voluntary Climate Change Agreement with government.That’s just one of the issues on which the industry has made real progress. And it remains actively involved in generating ideas on the measures needed to improve sustainability in areas such as energy use, water, waste and food transportation.But this is just the beginning: the industry recognises that it has an important part to play in the debate about how best to reduce our environmental impact – a debate in which we are clearly willing to engage.