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The EU Commission has recommended that the EU does not give consent for the UK to join the Lugano Convention, an international legal pact. Tags: Brexit Brussels’ decision will reportedly be at odds with several EU countries, including the Baltic nations and the Netherlands, that are said to support the UK joining. “The Commission takes the view that the European Union should not giveits consent to the accession of the United Kingdom to the 2007 Lugano Convention.” the EU Commission said. The lawyer featured here is not Neil Gerrard The lawyer featured here is not Neil Gerrard Also Read: Brussels recommends member states block UK from Lugano Convention In an update today, the EU Commission said the Convention was designed to support third countries with particularly close regulatory integration with the EU, including being aligned with part of the EU acquis. “The United Kingdom is a third country without a special link to the internal market. Therefore, there is no reason for the European Union to depart from its general approach in relation to the United Kingdom. Share whatsapp The convention allows legal judgements to be enforced across borders, with all EU countries plus Norway, Switzerland and Iceland members of the pact. Brussels recommends member states block UK from Lugano Convention The lawyer featured here is not Neil Gerrard Also Read: Brussels recommends member states block UK from Lugano Convention The lawyer featured here is not Neil Gerrard Also Read: Brussels recommends member states block UK from Lugano Convention TheCityUK CEO Miles Celic said it was “hard to understand” the recommendation. “All of the non-EU parties to Lugano: Iceland, Norway and Switzerland, have indicated their support for the UK’s application and a relationship with the Single Market is not listed as a requirement of membership of the Convention,” he continued. “We now hope that EU Member States will vote to support the UK’s application, as doing so has clear benefits for the citizens of all signatories to the treaty. However, other mechanisms exist which mean UK court judgments will continue to be enforceable throughout EU and EFTA.” It means that consumers are able to take companies based in different countries to court domestically if they are unhappy with a product, for example. whatsapp “For the European Union, the Lugano Convention is a flanking measure of the internal market andrelates to the EU-EFTA/EEA context. 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By Gavin van Marle 10/09/2015 The congestion crisis at Dahka Airport, the main air cargo gateway for Bangladesh is literally about to hit the ceiling, according to a series of photos recently taken this week and passed to The Loadstar by local sources.Sources also told The Loadstar that cargo could be delayed by at least two to three days – on occasion, this could be five or six days – and predicted that, with the start of the pilgrimage season, the congestion could worsen.“Currently there isn’t too much space pressure on aircraft, but there will be some pressure which will grow as the pilgrimage season gets under way.“Flights to Jeddah will be full, especially as we understand that there are no passenger luggage restrictions for pilgrims, which obviously impacts on cargo space.”
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Families and friends gathered to celebrate the occasion and it was enjoyable morning had by all.26 teams took part in the competition over the 18 hole golf course followed by a reception and presentations of prizes which were held afterwards in the clubhouse.The 18-hole golf course, in the heart of Portlaoise, is a real gem – with over 2,000 trees and a number of water features which prove a test for any golfer.The clubhouse is also well known for its music nights on the first Friday of every month, and all are welcome to come along and join.Indeed the club pride themselves on a great atmosphere and their warm welcome. By Julie Anne Miller – 26th February 2018 Pinterest Previous articleLaois boxer banned for 4 years following failed drugs testNext articleLaois dog the first victim of freezing weather Julie Anne MillerLaoisToday’s main photographer Julie Anne Miller is a graduate from GMIT. Despite her young age, Julie Anne has years of experience in the food industry. She has worked in Tynan’s at the Storeyard in Portlaoise, Ballymaloe House in Cork and Beach Point Country Club in New York. She has also contributed a food column to the Irish Country Living section of the Irish Farmers Journal. She’s willing to talk about anything – except football! In Pictures: A perfect Spring morning as Portlaoise Golf Club tee off to a new season Rugby WhatsApp TAGSPortlaoise Golf Club RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR President Paddy Ging is looking forward to welcoming new members and also hoping to have more young members coming to join.The annual Captain’s Drive-in proved to be a major success and LaoisToday was there to capture the atmosphere.See all the photos below: Twitter 1 of 31 Home Sport Golf In Pictures: A perfect Spring morning as Portlaoise Golf Club tee off… SportGolf Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Portlaoise Golf Cub couldn’t have asked for a better morning to tee off the new season on Sunday morning.Spring was well and truly in the air and despite the cold weather the sun was shining and the members of Portlaoise Golf Club were looking forward to a day of golf.The Captain’s Drive-in was the highlight of the morning as Captain Tony Conlon and Lady Captain Teresa McEvoy drove into the grounds to an enormous welcome from members of the club. Council SEE ALSO – Portlaoise Golf Club looking forward to another successful season Laois County Council team up with top chef for online demonstration on tips for reducing food waste Community Facebook Laois County Council create ‘bigger and better’ disability parking spaces to replace ones occupied for outdoor dining Twitter Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad
GAA WhatsApp Previous articleLIVE BLOG: Follow all the action as Borris-Kilcotton face Clough-Ballacolla in the SHC Round 2Next articleColt’s second half display sees them earn first win of SHC ‘A’ over Clonaslee St Manman’s LaoisToday Reporter Facebook Stephen Bergin SHC Clough-Ballacolla 2-17 Borris-Kilcotton 1-16 Laois Shopping Centre SHC Round 2Two early goals from Stephen Bergin helped Clough-Ballacolla to an impressive win over Borris-Kilcotton in the Laois SHC in O’Moore Park this evening, a result that ensures their place in the knockout stages and in pole position for the semi-finals.Bergin, who scored a goal for Laois in this year’s Joe McDonagh final, hit the back of the net twice in the opening five minutes here and Clough-Ballacolla never looked back after that.It was a man of the match performance from Bergin who finished with 2-3 to his name in a fine display.It meant they were seven points up early on and though Borris-Kilcotton settled and were competitive thereafter it was a head-start that could never make up.Having lost heavily to Borris-Kilcotton in each of the last two championships, this was a welcome upturn in fortunes and it represented their best display since the 2017 county final loss to Camross. Pinterest TAGSBorris-KilcottonBorris-Kilcotton v Clough-BallacollaClough-BallacollaLaois SHC GAA Twitter Twitter Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp By LaoisToday Reporter – 16th August 2019 Home Sport GAA Bergin on form as Clough-Ballacolla advance to knockout stages of Laois SHC SportGAAHurlingLaois SHC Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin GAA Bergin on form as Clough-Ballacolla advance to knockout stages of Laois SHC RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Even without Willie Hyland, who was serving the second game of a two-match suspension, Ballacolla caused plenty of problems for a Borris-Kilcotton defence that had impressively kept tabs on Camross the last day.PJ Scully hit 1-2 and Daire Quinlan and Joe Campion pointed from play to bring the deficit back to a point midway through the half – but Ballacolla then hit six points in a row, three from Picky Maher, two from Robbie Phelan and one from Aidan Corby to lead 2-8 to 1-4 coming up to half time.Paddy Whelan and PJ Scully pointed either side of Jordan Walshe but at half time, Clough-Ballacolla led 2-9 to 1-6.Joe Campion was Borris-Kilcotton’s best player on the evening and he pointed straight from the re-start.PJ Scully added a free (and would eventually finish with 1-10) but Willie Dunphy and Stephen Bergin hit back with points and Borris-Kilcotton could never put more than two back to back as Aidan Corby, Jordan Walshe and Bergin found the range to keep Ballacolla a safe distance clear.Ballacolla now top the group on four points after two games and play Camross in their final outing in three weeks time.Borris-Kilcotton will play Abbeyleix in their final group game where they need to win to go through.SCORERS – Clough-Ballacolla: Stephen Bergin 2-3, Stephen Maher 0-5 (three frees), Aidan Corby 0-3, Jordan Walshe, Willie Dunphy and Robbie Phelan 0-2 each. Borris-Kilcotton: PJ Scully 1-10 (0-10 frees), Joe Campion 0-4, Daire Quinlan 0-1 and Paddy Whelan 0-1BORRIS-KILCOTTON: Eoin Fleming; Jim Fitzpatrick, Brian Stapleton, Stephen Finan; Danny Fitzpatrick, Matthew Whelan, Paddy Whelan; Colm Stapleton, Conor Kilbane; Neil Foyle, Joe Campion, Daire Quinlan; PJ Scully, Aaron Dunphy, Stephen Dunphy. Subs: Noel Delaney for B Stapleton (45), Dean Carey for S Dunphy (53), Stephen Phelan for Quinlan (55)CLOUGH-BALLACOLLA: Danny Hanlon; Eoin Doyle, Lee Cleere, Darren Maher; Diarmuid Conway, John A Delaney, Michael McEvoy; Brian Corby, Aidan Corby; Willie Dunphy, Stephen Bergin, Jordan Walsh; Stephen Maher, Robbie Phelan, Mark Hennessy. Subs: Sean Corby for Dunphy (53), Tom Delaney for B CorbyReferee: Anthony Stapleton (Rathdowney-Errill)SEE ALSO – Check out all our Laois SHC coverage here
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Median operating profit for those firms was 31% last year, the second-highest achieved since 2009, and just below the median 32% profit margin posted in 2011, according to Casey Quirk.One group of firms — alternative asset managers — outperformed their traditional rivals in both revenue growth and profit expansion in 2013. Alternative firms enjoyed a median 35% revenue growth last year, compared with 14% for traditional firms. Alternative managers also generated a 41% median operating profit last year, vs. 29% for the traditional firms.While market appreciation powered the bulk of the increase in assets under management last year at listed managers, the alternative firms outgained the larger group of traditional firms in attracting net new money from investors, according to the Casey Quirk analysis.“Alternative firms are benefiting as both institutional and individual investors search for products and solutions that deliver less correlation and volatility, and additional sources of income,” says Jeffrey Levi, a director at Casey Quirk. “These firms are also achieving more consistent operating margins than in the past.”“The global asset management industry’s growth opportunities favor alternative firms and managers focused on retail and high-net-worth individual investors,” Levi says.Additionally, the analysis of publicly traded managers indicates that North American firms outperformed their European peers in 2013 in both revenue growth and operating profit margins. The 36 listed managers in the U.S. and Canada generated a median 16% revenue growth and a median 31% operating profit, compared with 12% and 27%, respectively, for the 12 UK and continental European firms in the analysis. The results illustrate why North American markets should continue to attract and reward sustained efforts by international managers, Levi says. IE Staff Related news Desjardins buys Montreal boutique firm Hexavest Share this article and your comments with peers on social media iA Clarington aims for sleeker, cleaner product lineup Surging equity markets in 2013 yielded the strongest median revenue growth last year since 2010 at 52 publicly traded asset management firms worldwide, according to recent analysis from Darien, Conn.-based Casey, Quirk & Associates LLC, a consultant to the global asset management industry.Median revenue growth was 15% in 2013 for the 44 traditional and eight alternative listed managers analyzed by Casey Quirk. Keywords Hedge funds, Asset management companies Facebook LinkedIn Twitter CPPIB reports record return for latest fiscal year
Tessie Sanci Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitter The Choose Alberta GIC offers a guaranteed return of 1.65% and a one-time bonus that is connected to the provincial unemployment rate. The bonus, which can go to a maximum of 0.75%, increases as Alberta’s unemployment rate drops. The principal amount invested in this GIC is also guaranteed. “When the economy begins to improve and the unemployment rate begins to drop, that’s good for our customers, good for Alberta businesses and good for the province as a whole,” says Rob Bennett, executive vice president of retail financial services with ATB, in a statement. “Plus, deposits into the Choose Alberta GIC will be used to support Alberta businesses, families and communities.” The new product’s bonus is based on the provincial unemployment rate at the time of the investment’s maturity, with the referenced unemployment rate coming from the Alberta government’s website. Photo copyright: chelovek/123R Meridian launches price-matching GICs Edmonton-based Alberta Treasury Branches (a.k.a ATB Financial) is encouraging its clients to “choose Alberta” with a new guaranteed investment certificate (GIC) that’s tied directly to the province’s economic performance. Keywords GICs — Guaranteed investment certificates VCIB launches GIC to help businesses impacted by pandemic Equitable bank introduces GICs in U.S. dollars