300 Club – Pascal Blanqué, global chief investment officer at Amundi, has become a member of the 300 Club, a group of top investment professionals who collectively aim to challenge mainstream investment practice by speaking out publicly. Blanqué is the 17th member of the club, after Jan Straatman, global CIO at Lombard Odier Investment Managers joined last month.Aviva Investors – Christian Taphoorn has been named senior client relationship manager for Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg (Benelux). He is responsible for client relations with institutional and wholesale clients, and reports to Catrinus van Willigen, Aviva’s managing director for Benelux. Taphoorn joins from BlackRock, where he has held a similar position since 2012. Earlier, he worked for PingProperties, developer of Dutch real estate funds, and commercial property investor DTZ Zadelhoff.Confluence — Katie Kiss has been appointed director of performance analytics at financial reporting data firm Confluence, to work in its London office. She was previously global solution manager for performance at SS&C Technologies, and before that, UK head of performance at UBS Global Asset Management. Kiss will report directly to Philippe Grégoire, managing director of performance analytics at the company.Danica Pension — Lars Ellehave-Andersen has been hired by Danica Pension, and will be spending his first year at the group as interim head of Danica Pension in Norway. On August 1, 2016, he will start work as the new commercial director of the Danica group in Denmark, becoming a member of its board. Ellehave-Andersen recently left pension provider PFA, having been its chief commercial officer. Lombard Odier Investment Managers — Gregor Gawron is joining Lombard Odier Investment Managers (LOIM) to head up its new catastrophe (CAT) bond and insurance-linked strategies (ILS) team. He was most recently at Dynapartners in Zurich. LOIM is also hiring Simon Vuille and Marc Brogli to complete the three-person team. Vuille joins LOIM after working at a single family office, while Brogli, like Gawron, was working at Dynapartners. The new ILS team will be based in LOIM’s Zurich office, reporting to Jan Straatman, LOIM’s CIO.Nordea Asset Management — Mark Lovett is joining Nordea Asset Management as its equity CIO, to be based in Copenhagen. He will take over from Christian Hyldahl, head of Nordea Asset Management, who has been covering the equities role during the recruitment process. Lovett comes to the Nordea group subsidiary from Ignis Asset Management in the UK, where he was head of equities and deputy chief investment officer. Before that, he was co-CIO for European equities at Allianz Global Investors, and a member of the European management group responsible for the firm’s equity platform.Royal London Asset Management – Steve Webb has joined as director of policy and external communications. Webb was most recently the UK’s pensions minister, but also worked at the Institute for Fiscal Studies at as a professor of social policy at Bath University.
ANISE MORE QUEENSLAND REAL ESTATE NEWS: Developer: AV Jennings Price: Second stage of townhouses, including two and three-bedroom designs, ranging from $459,000 to $579,900. Location: Anise is at 461 Beckett Rd, Bridgeman Downs Luxury car seller pockets $4M Where have all the sellers gone? Anise has a range of completed designs and a range of floorplans for buyers to choose from, including the popular Liquorice design, which features three bedrooms with an additional lounge area.Ally and Kevin Royce, who have moved to Anise after living at The Gap for 31 years, said the decision to downsize was not easy, but they welcomed the opportunity to recreate their life personally and financially.“Finding ourselves empty-nesters, we started to consider downsizing. Too much of our precious spare time was being spent maintaining a large home and a pool that was infrequently used,” Mrs Royce said.“We had driven past Anise and were drawn to the interesting architectural style of the homes, and its prime location. We believe Anise represents good value for money.“We fell in love with the Fennel design. It was very clever and functional with a ground floor master bedroom, and it was not too much of a downsize, with adequate space to accommodate and entertain family and friends.“We wanted minimal maintenance and our new home is well designed for that. We love to travel, and this home truly affords us a ‘lock-up and go’ lifestyle.”Mrs Royce said when they were at home, there was still the pleasure of swimming in the pool and visiting the community garden filled with plants including rosemary, mint and lavender, or relaxing in the park.AVJennings national development manager Angus Johnson said delivering spec builds had helped create more opportunities for different buyer types.“We have found buyers at either end of the spectrum – first home buyers and downsizers – really appreciate the opportunity to be able to inspect a new home before purchasing, or at least see it is coming out of the ground,” Mr Johnson said.“It gives them confidence the home they are buying matches its value and helps them picture themselves living in the space.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours ago“It’s still quite rare to have a spec-built home in a community, complete with resident amenities, so people can see they are not just buying a home, but a lifestyle.“For first time buyers, it means they can take advantage of the government grants associated with purchasing a new home and, for downsizers, it means they can move in much sooner than they would be able to if they were taking charge of the building process.”Sales at Anise have prompted the release of the second stage of townhouses, including two and three-bedroom designs, ranging from $459,000 to $579,900. Ally and Kevin Royce have moved to Anise after living at The Gap for 31 years.Ready-built townhouses have proven popular with downsizers seeking more certainty when buying a new home, with sales soaring at AVJennings’ Anise community in Bridgeman Downs after the completion of the first stage. ‘James Bond’ house sells to celebs
The St. Nicholas Trojans 5th and 6th Grade boy’s Basketball teams traveled to Greendale to take on the Tigers. The 5th Grade Trojans fell short to the Tigers by a score of 25-21. The 6th Grade Trojans were no match for the size of the Tigers and were also defeated 39-14. Courtesy of Trojans Coach David Hoff.
Latest Posts Bio State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Alexander Keefe of the Ellsworth Eagles lines up a backhand during the Eagles’ 5-0 shutout of the Mount Desert Island Trojan boys on Thursday at the Ellsworth Tennis Center.—HUGH BOWDENELLSWORTH — Rain on Thursday forced play indoors at the Ellsworth Tennis Center and, while the Eagle boys scored a 5-0 shutout and the Eagle girls won 4-1, the scores weren’t indicative of the closeness of the matches with MDI’s Trojans.In the boys’ competition, Spencer Small battled MDI’s Noah Bracken to a tough 8-6 win at first singles, and Nick Reese finally eked out a 9-8 win with a 7-2 tiebreaker over MDI’s Jeremy Hyde at second singles.At third singles, Alexander Keefe easily dispatched Ian Carbone 8-0.Both Ellsworth doubles duos also were easy winners. Dillon Toothaker and Tyler Small downed Duncan Smith and Max Timko 8-2, and Justin Harding and Brandan Albee bested Elliott Klaver and Donny Hansen 8-1.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn the girls’ competition, Ellsworth’s Miranda Grant downed Rebecca Thormann 8-3, but the other four matches were extremely tight.At second doubles, Alyson Yau and Hannah Worcester scored MDI’s only win, nipping Danel White and Paige Lewis 9-7.For the Eagles, Ashley Harding edged Addie Maxwell at second singles, Clarissa Winkleman squeaked past Jessica Swanson at third singles, and Holly Wadman and Kaitlin Maloney bested Taylor LaCasse and Grace Robbins, all by 8-6 scores. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. admin Latest posts by admin (see all) House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014
A sense of excitement lies among the Wisconsin women’s hockey team as it prepares to face North Dakota in their WCHA season opener.The top-ranked Badgers (2-0-0) look to continue their 29-game winning streak this weekend as they take the ice for the first time at the Kohl Center Saturday afternoon. While the Badgers remain confident in their abilities, they are not overlooking the competition they will face.“They have a good hockey club, they get wins and are scoring threats,” head coach Mark Johnson said. “They are excited for their season just because of the personnel they have, so there are a lot of things they can be threats to.”North Dakota, ranked sixth nationally, is looking to have a successful season this year with the core from last year’s team still remaining. The addition of several European players to the Sioux makes them an unknown threat to the Badgers.“They are a very talented team offensively. … This year they got a few European girls, so they are definitely going to come out strong,” junior defenseman Stef McKeough said. “But I think we have a really strong [defensive] core and a lot of our forwards coming in to support us, so I think we be able to handle it.”Wisconsin started out strong in its opening series last weekend against Lindenwood, defeating the Lady Lions 24-0 in the two-game series.Offensively, the Badgers are looking to add to their goals total this weekend. While scoring does not appear to be an immediate problem for UW, the expectations still remain high.“Coach [Johnson] wants a full game from us,” senior forward Brooke Ammerman said. “If we keep our work ethic up, we should be successful.”The Badgers are excited to begin their league play with a competitive game and are aiming to emerge victorious.“Everyone is really excited,” McKeough said. “We just had a weekend off after playing Lindenwood the first weekend. We have been pumped up for like two weeks now to play this team, so I think we will come out strong.”While victory is the ultimate goal, the team still focuses on working together and improving collectively. At practice, UW has been working within their lines to solidify their confidence in one another.“At this time in the season, I think most teams are concerned with how they are playing,” coach Johnson said. “I have liked what I have seen up to this point, and now its time to get [the freshmen’s] feet a little wet against league competition.”In order to continue UW’s reign of success, emphasis on developing freshman is key. Getting the new players accustomed to the team and the pressure on the ice is something Johnson and his staff prioritize.“It will definitely be a test to see how they play against a WCHA opponent, but we believe in them and we see them improving every single day in practice,” McKeough said.Johnson hopes to give the freshman plenty of playing time in this weekend’s games. The contribution from underclassmen is key to a successful season, and after a week of preparation, the team would like to see it show Saturday.“I think we are ready,” Johnson said. “We have had a couple good weeks of practice, the group is energetic and we are looking forward to league games.”
Fred EdorehHandler of Shooting Stars, Gbenga Ogunbote, is a happy man at the moment. He is happy because his game plan to attack NPFL leader, Enugu Rangers paid off last Saturday to pick all the three points at stake in the Match-day 35 clash at the Lekan Salami Stadium in Ibadan.He insisted shortly after the 2-1 win that the high tempo of the game was expected given that the Flying Antelopes came to Ibadan in search of an away win or draw to shore up their hope for the crown while Shooting was also in desperate need for a win to steer away from relegation. “The tempo of the game was expected. These are two traditional teams with huge pride to stake and the confrontation became keener as Rangers want to consolidate while Shooting is fighting to avoid the drop.“We planned to attack and it could be seen that they also planned to attack. We were lucky to have converted our chances when they came and you could see that they fought harder towards the end of the game.”Two quick goals in the second half of the game rebuffed Rangers charge to snatch a possible away point to consolidate on their lead.It was a high stake, arguably, ill-tempered match which produced a red card for each side and four yellow cards, Shooting did all the probing but Rangers stood sturdy in defence with Okey Odita making important clearances for the visitors to keep scores even in the first half.The Ibadan boys promptly unlocked Rangers defence early at the resumption of play with Ajani Ibrahim jabbing in from a goal mouth situation resulting from a corner kick in 47th minute.They kept on the pedal and pressured the Rangers to concede a penalty four minutes later and Ifegwu Ojukwu shot it in to keep the hosts two goals up while the offender and captain of Rangers, Chibuzor Madu was sent off.Even with one man down, Rangers charged back at the hosts forcing them into frantic defence and a blunder which earned Moses James a red card to leave both sides with ten men apiece.Rangers doggedness paid off in the 81st minute as Chisom Egbuchulam pulled one back with a low stretcher that left Emma Fabiyi in goal for Shooting no chance for any heroics. But it came too late to earn the Enugu team any chance to salvage a point from the road trip to the Oyo State capital.RESULTSRivers Utd 3-1 W’WolvesShooting 2-1 RangersIfeanyiUbah 2-0 Akwa UtdTornadoes 1-0 EnyimbaNasarawa 2-1 WikkiSunshine 3-1 PlateauIkorodu 4-1 PillarsMFM FC 3-1 LobiTABLETeam P W D L GF GA GD PtsRivers Utd 33 18 2 13 36 27 9 56Rangers 33 15 9 9 45 36 9 54Ifeanyiubah 33 15 8 10 35 30 5 53Wikki 33 14 9 10 42 27 15 51Sunshine 33 13 11 9 43 33 10 50Lobi Stars 34 14 7 13 37 34 3 49Enyimba 32 14 7 11 31 28 3 49Nasarawa 33 16 1 16 38 37 1 49Pillars 33 14 6 13 45 38 7 48Akwa Utd 34 13 7 14 42 42 0 46Tornadoes 33 14 3 16 36 38 -2 45El-Kanemi 32 14 3 15 35 37 -2 45Plateau Utd 33 12 9 12 31 34 -3 453SC 33 13 5 15 39 45 -6 44MFM FC 33 11 8 14 34 37 -3 41Wolves 33 10 9 14 26 36 -10 39Abia Warriors 32 9 11 12 28 36 -8 38Heartland 32 9 10 13 21 28 -7 37Ikorodu Utd 32 6 11 15 28 49 -21 29Giwa FC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Related Video Credit: Twitter.com Brazil legend, Rivaldo couldn’t have been more proud of his son Rivaldinho, after watching the 22-year-old striker score an absolute stunner against Athletic Bilbao in the Europa League.Rivaldo, who was watching from the stands, couldn’t hide his joy when Rivaldinho smashes home an incredible long range effort, to earn Romania’s Dinamo Bucharest a 1-1 draw against Athletic Bilbao in the Europa League.Rivaldinho scores an AMAZING goal for May Mahlangu’s Dinamo Bucharest vs Athletic Club,he is the son of Rivaldo pic.twitter.com/d0mhFpvxyk ??— DiskiStyle (@DiskiStyle) July 27, 2017Aymeric Laporte had earlier given Bilbao the lead through a well-taken header before Rivaldinho stunning strike restored parity, sending the home crowd into ecstasy.22-year-old Rivaldinho joined Dinamo Bucharest in February, following his release from Brazil’s Internacional on a three and a half year deal.
Daniel Amartey has personally endured a difficult campaign this season, failing to make a single league appearance all term. Leicester City defender, Daniel Amartey, has congratulated teammate Jamie Vardy, after the ex-England international reached the 100-goal mark in the Premier League.Vardy’s brace against Jordan Ayew’s Crystal Palace took the 33 year old top of this season’s Goal King race, with 21 goals.Vardy, now joins an elite group of players, like Thierry Henry and Didier Drogba, who scored over 100 Premier League goals.Ghana international, Amartey, who was not in the team due to injury, posted on his official Twitter page, congratulating the prolific forward on his feat.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal rates Memphis Depay as one of the biggest talents of his age but the forward was keen to play down comparisons with Cristiano Ronaldo.Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal rates Memphis Depay as one of the biggest talents of his age but the forward was keen to play down comparisons with Cristiano Ronaldo.The 21-year-old Holland international is the club’s first signing of the summer – although Torino full-back Matteo Darmian is likely to be next through the door after flying in for a medical – and at £31million did not come cheap.He scored 25 goals for PSV Eindhoven last season, although Van Gaal played him as a winger when he was in charge of the national team and plans to utilise him in a number of possible roles for the Red Devils. However, he has no doubt about the youngster’s quality. “I think he is one of the few highly-talented boys of his age and you can hear he is full of confidence,” said the manager.However, when it was suggested to the player he had already been compared with a former United favourite, Cristiano Ronaldo, the player distanced himself from that.”That is the best player in the world. I don’t want to talk too much. I want to show it on the pitch,” he said.”I am still young. I played two seasons for PSV. I want to let my feet speak. I don’t want to compare myself with somebody like that.”But asked whether he thought he could reproduce his scintillating form in front of goal in England, he added: “I think so. I believe I will work on it and I am excited to do my job for Manchester United and to score goals. I am a striker – I have to score goals and get assists.”Van Gaal sounded a word of caution after watching the likes of British record signing Angel di Maria, an experienced Argentina international and regular for Real Madrid, struggle in his first Premier League season.”He shall notice that it is not so easy in the Premier League,” said the veteran Dutchman.”It is a big difference from the Dutch league: always pressure on the ball and physical resistance is high so it is not so easy.” “I have said that but he is full of confidence so he shall say what he is feeling but I know it is not easy. Players like Marcos Rojo, Angel Di Maria and Daley Blind had problems.”Depay played under Louis van Gaal when the Dutch manager was in charge of the national side leading Les Oranjes to win bronze at the World Cup in Brazil–
The Bucks are actively trying to trade Thon Maker.Maker, 21, asked the Bucks to trade him last week and Milwaukee is talking to several teams about making a deal for him, according to a report from ESPN which cites unidentified league sources. Maker remains in play in several trade scenarios, league sources say. Bucks are talking to several teams on possible deals. https://t.co/DjOffpJhQz— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 3, 2019The 7-1 center has told Bucks management he would like a larger role with a new team, NBA trade rumors: Pelicans don’t want to deal Jrue Holiday NBA trade rumors: Trail Blazers offering first-round pick, targeting Otto Porter Jr. He is averaging 4.7 points and 2.7 rebounds for the Bucks this season.Milwaukee has the best record in the NBA at 38-13. The 2016 first-round pick has not played in a game since Jan. 25. Related News
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