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  • Friday people roundup

    first_imgPenSam, Allianz, Prudential, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, Invesco, Spence & Partners, JLT Employee Benefits, LawDeb Pension TrusteesPenSam – Torsten Fels, director and the other half of the two-person management team at PenSam Group, is to succeed Helen Kobæk as chief executive. Kobæk, the longstanding chief executive of the Danish labour-market pension provider, is to retire in July after almost 31 years leading the business. Benny Buchardt Anderson, PenSam’s investment director, is to succeed Fels as director.Allianz – Jacqueline Hunt is to take over responsibility for Allianz’s asset management and US life insurance businesses, succeeding Jay Ralph, who is leaving to devote more time to his family. Separately, Günther Thallinger will assume responsibility for investment management, as well as Global Life and Health, from Maximilian Zimmerer, who will retire. Thallinger currently serves as chief executive at Allianz Investment Management.Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec – The Canadian pension fund is to open an office in Delhi, committing $150m (€136m) to renewable energy investments in India. Marangoly Anita George will head the Indian office. She was previously senior director of the World Bank Group’s global practice on energy and extractives. Before then, she was director of infrastructure and natural resources at the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group and head of Siemens Financial Services in India. Invesco – Henning Stein has been appointed head of institutional marketing for the EMEA region. Henning, based in Zurich, joins from Deutsche Asset Management, where he headed up EMEA marketing for the Active business and the company’s academic foundation.Spence & Partners – Hugh Nolan has been appointed as director. He joins from JLT, where he was chief actuary. He also sits on the Council of the Society of Pension Professionals and is chair of the DC committee of the Association of Consulting Actuaries.JLT Employee Benefits – Phil Wadsworth has been appointed chief actuary. He previously held the role of chief actuary from 2003 to 2013. He takes over from Hugh Nolan, who has joined Spence & Partners as director. Separately, Andrien Meyers has been appointed as a senior investment consultant. He joins from the London Borough of Lambeth, where he was treasury and pensions manager.LawDeb Pension Trustees – David Curtis has joined the trustee director team, joining from Standard Chartered Bank, where he was pensions and benefits group head. Before then, he was responsible for pensions at Alstom and Siemens UK.last_img read more

  • Senator Leising recognized for her work those with disabilities

    first_imgIndianpolis, In. — The Indiana Protection and Advocacy Services (IPAS) Commission recently presented me with an award for my legislation that protects the rights of individuals with disabilities.The IPAS Commission is responsible for assuring adequate legal and advocacy services for the protection, promotion and empowerment of the rights and interests of individuals with disabilities in Indiana.Senate Enrolled Act 9, which was recently signed into law by Gov. Eric Holcomb, works in line with this mission. SEA 9 allows an individual committed to an institution for a mental illness to use the address of the institution or the address where they live when not in the institution for the purpose of voting.Based on our Constitution, all eligible Indiana residents deserve the opportunity to vote, and this law makes it easier for those with mental illnesses to register.For more information on SEA 9, click here.last_img read more

  • `Prison Angel’ to receive A.V. women’s award

    first_img Educating people in San Diego about the needs of the prisoners and getting them to donate food and toiletries to her ministry. Persuading a well-known Tijuana dentist to treat the prisoners and actually paying the cost for 4,000 new dental smiles. Locating a plastic surgeon, Dr. R. Merrel, to remove tattoos and knife scars from many prisoners. Stopping two prison riots. Creating a women’s religious order, the Servants of the Eleventh Hour, designed to give older women a way to dedicate their lives to working with the poor. The normal entry age is 45 years to 65 years, and divorce in one’s life is not an impediment to entry. For more information on the Antelope Valley Women’s Conference 2007, go to www.avwomensconference.com http://www.avwomensconference.com/, e-mail [email protected] or call (661) 267-6990. The Antelope Valley Women’s Conference is being sponsored by Time Warner Cable; Antelope Valley Fairgrounds; Chapman Communications; dsh Solutions; Gordon Elder, CFP; city of Palmdale; Lancaster Community Hospital; Sanitation Districts of L.A. County; and Sunset Marketing and Design. To post your own stories and photos, log on to valleynews.com.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! In 2006, the AV Women’s Conference established a distinctive and distinguished honor to acknowledge recipients for extraordinary accomplishments, service or inspiration. The inaugural awards were presented to two women who found success in nontraditional female positions. The Antelope Valley Women’s Conference is pleased to present its 2007 “Looking Beyond the Ordinary” award to the remarkable Mary Clarke, mother of seven children, who “began to feel she should be contributing somehow to something larger.” Clarke is now known as Mother Antonia, the Prison Angel. Appropriately, President Ronald Reagan had written to the award recipient saying he was amazed at her “devotion to a calling beyond the ordinary.” Pulitzer Prize-winning authors Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan chronicled Clarke’s story in a book called “The Prison Angel: Mother Antonia’s Journey from Beverly Hills to a Life of Service in a Mexican Jail.” “In March 1978, Mother Antonia sold her home and moved into the prison permanently. She spent a few months in a bunk bed in the women’s cell-block, and then the warden furnished her with her own cell.” Mother Antonia has dedicated her life to serving the murderers, rapists, drug lords, thieves and other poor suffering inmates housed at La Mesa Penitentiary. She says she does it “for the love of God and for the love of you all!” With compassion, Mother Antonia ministers to the prisoners’ physical and spiritual needs – praying with them and defending them from the vicious guards. Among her accomplishments over the last 30 years are: Convincing Bishop Posada of Tijuana to receive her into his order of priests who made prisoners the recipients of their ministry. The ceremony took place on Sept. 24, 1978. Bishop Maher in San Diego made her auxiliary to the bishop, as Catholic orders in the diocese were. last_img read more

  • Jose Mourinho misses out on top LMA award to Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe

    first_img1 Eddie Howe has been named Manager of the Year by the League Managers’ Association after steering Bournemouth into the top-flight of English football for the first time in their history.The 37-year-old, who was also named Championship Manager of the Year after the Cherries’ title-winning season, landed the top honour ahead of Jose Mourinho.Howe is the first manager from outside the Premier League to take the overall award since Steve Coppell, then of Reading, won in 2006.In comments reported on Bournemouth’s website, Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, who presented the award to Howe, said: “He’s done a fine job, a remarkable job, and done it with style and humility.”Mourinho wasn’t left empty-handed, as the Chelsea boss scooped the Premier League Manager of the Year prize.The Portuguese took the top-flight award after a league and Capital One Cup double but did not attend the ceremony in London to collect it as he was at Chelsea’s own club awards event.He had already been named Barclays Premier League Manager of the Season despite not once winning the monthly award throughout the season.Despite the accolades coming his way, Mourinho was still complaining about a perceived lack of recognition for his side in his speech at Chelsea’s event.Mourinho said: “I don’t think my players got the respect that they deserve after what they did from day one until the last day.“And these are words that I really feel, serious words.”The LMA League One award went to Steve Cotterill after Bristol City’s title-winning season.The only divisional award not to go to the boss of the title-winning side was the League Two gong, which went to Wycombe’s Gareth Ainsworth despite his side losing the play-off final to Southend on penalties.Bradford City’s Phil Parkinson was named FA Cup Manager of the Year after his side beat Chelsea and Sunderland en route to the quarter-finals of the competition. Eddie Howe last_img read more

  • Narin and Portnoo Golf: Jamie McGroary wins Monthly Medal!

    first_imgThe winner of the Monthly Medal for August was Jamie Mc Groary with an excellent score of 70, in second place was Rory O’Hare four strokes back.Just again to remind members of the Am Am Club Classic which is on the 17th September all proceeds will go towards the purchase of Machinery for the course, the B.R.S.. is now open so get your team name down as soon as possible.  Results Sunday 28th AugustMonthly Medal 1st Jamie McGroary (16) 702nd Rory O’Hare (12) 743rd Phildy Gallagher (16) 75 b.o.t.Front Nine John Kelly 35Back Nine Sean Cafferty 36Cat A Finn Mc Crory (9) 76Cat B Hugh Boyle (15) 76Cat C Jack Mc Cann (23) 75 Fixtures Open every Wed, Sunday 4th Sept. Single Stableford sponsored by Glenties Golf SocietyNarin and Portnoo Golf: Jamie McGroary wins Monthly Medal! was last modified: August 30th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:golfNarin and PortnooNoteslast_img read more


    first_imgDeputy Padraig Mac LochlainnSINN Féin’S Justice Spokesperson Padraig MacLochlainn says the Policing Authority Bill must now be amended and brought before the Dáil as a matter of urgency.The Donegal Deputy said changes were needed to the Bill in the wake of the controversy over the Fennelly Report.Speaking today, Deputy MacLochlainn said: “The Policing Authority Bill in its current form is fatally flawed.“The analysis of the Fennelly controversy by experts such as Mark Kelly of the Irish Council of Civil Liberties and Vicky Conway of DCU, have reinforced Sinn Féin’s policy in relation to the Policing Authority. “Sinn Féin submitted detailed amendments to the Bill when it was being debated in the Seanad.“The Government at the time rejected these amendments off-hand. The publication of the Fennelly report reinforces the need for the Sinn Féin amendments to be included in the Bill.“The Bill must be amended so that the Garda Commissioner is accountable to an independent Policing Authority as opposed to the Minister for Justice.“The Fennelly report shows that there are serious defects in the accountability structure in the Department of Justice where, incredibly, there was not one meeting between the Garda Commissioner and the Minister for Justice during the most critical months to face the administration of the Gardaí since the foundation of the State. “Furthermore, the Policing Authority Bill in its current form gives the power to the Minister for Justice, as opposed to the Policing Authority, in determining and dealing with matters of ‘security’.“The problem here lies in the fact that it will be the Minister for Justice who will decide what constitutes a ‘security matter’.“It is giving the Minister a trump card to deem any matter a ‘security’ matter, thus, allowing the Minister to take personal responsibility for dealing with that matter.“Sinn Féin believes that the role of differentiating between a matter of ‘security’ and other policing matters should lie with an independent member of the judiciary as appointed by the Chief Justice.“The Policing Authority as it is currently proposed by the Government would have had no effect in preventing any of the serious failings identified in the Fennelly report,” added Deputy MacLochlainn. MACLOCHLAINN: POLICE AUTHORITY BILL NEEDS TO BE AMENDED OVER FENNELLY ROW was last modified: September 4th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:MACLOCHLAINN: POLICE AUTHORITY BILL NEEDS TO BE AMENDED OVER FENNELLY ROWPADRAIG MACLOCHLAINNlast_img read more