Deutsche Bank drops down investment bank table while Barclays gains ground

first_imgThursday 21 March 2019 5:56 pm whatsapp by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May Likebonvoyaged.comThese Celebs Are Complete Jerks In Real Life.bonvoyaged.comBleacherBreaker4 Sisters Take The Same Picture For 40 Years. Don’t Cry When You See The Last One!BleacherBreakerDefinitionMost Embarrassing Mistakes Ever Made In HistoryDefinitionFilm OracleThey Drained Niagara Falls – Their Gruesome Find Will Keep You Up All NightFilm OraclePost FunA Coast Guard Spotted Movement On A Remote Island, Then Looked CloserPost FunZen HeraldEllen Got A Little Too Personal With Blake Shelton, So He Said ThisZen HeraldMisterStoryWoman files for divorce after seeing this photoMisterStoryHealthyGem20 Hair Shapes That Make A Man Over 60 Look 40HealthyGemPets DetectiveAfter Céline Dion’s Major Weight Loss, She Confirms What We Suspected All AlongPets Detective whatsapp Deutsche Bank drops down investment bank table while Barclays gains ground Barclays, which has seen its investment banking division come under pressure in recent years, climbed from eighth to sixth in terms of EMEA revenue, and rose one place to sixth globally.The UK bank has been fending off activist investor Ed Bramson’s calls for its investment banking division to be scaled back.Bramson, whose investment vehicle Sherborne Investors has a 5.5 per cent stake in Barclays, has pushed for a seat on the board after feeling his concerns were being ignored. Tags: Trading Archivecenter_img JP Morgan maintained the top spot in both the global rankings – with $25.2bn (£19.3bn) – and in Europe, while Barclays continued to gain ground through its investment banking push.Volatile markets at the end of 2018 led to the world’s biggest investment banks reporting significant revenue drops.Deutsche Bank was the second best performing investment bank in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region in 2017 but dropped to fourth last year, according to industry monitor Coalition.The data comes after Germany’s largest lender began exploratory merger talks with rival Commerzbank earlier this week after months of speculation.The German government, concerned over the bank’s health, has pushed for the potential merger to protect the country’s banking sector. Deutsche Bank has fallen below its US rivals in a ranking of investment banks in Europe, adding to the under-fire German lender’s woes.Citigroup and Goldman Sachs both jumped above Deutsche Bank in a ranking of the world’s investment banks at the end of last year. Callum Keown Sharelast_img read more

Ferry LeConte to give Pelican a lift in late May

first_imgSoutheast | State Government | TransportationFerry LeConte to give Pelican a lift in late MayFebruary 28, 2020 by Ari Snider, KCAW – Sitka Share:Pelican harbor, pictured here in late 2019. The Chichagof Island town hasn’t seen a ferry since last fall. (Photo courtesy of Heather Bauscher)Amid a months-long ferry drought, the town of Pelican got a bit of good news this week — the ferry LeConte will make at least one stop there in the spring.Pelican was originally left off the draft summer ferry schedule. The town hasn’t had a sailing since last fall.Norm Carson, president of Pelican’s chamber of commerce and member of the Marine Transportation Advisory Board, has been advocating for more ferry service for months.“Well it’s excellent news for the town, we’ve been without a ferry since October,” Carson said.He said the sailing will allow residents and the local fish processor to ship in much-needed supplies. And it’s also an opportunity to empty the city’s sewage tank, which would be at risk of overflowing into Lisianski Inlet if it misses its yearly pump out.“We’ll have three pumper trucks come out and they will pump out the city septic tank and get back on that ferry and get back to Juneau, same day,” said Carson.One ferry isn’t going to carry the town through the summer, but Carson is optimistic that the Alaska Marine Highway will arrange contract service to move people and freight until regular service is restored.Carson expects the LeConte will make the Juneau-to-Pelican roundtrip sailing on or around May 17.DOT spokesperson Sam Dapcevich said the agency is working on setting up a run to Pelican, but could not confirm details until the official summer schedule is released.Share this story:last_img read more

When will there be a new Labour leader? Miliband replacement due to be revealed in September

first_img Tags: General Election 2015 Labour leadership race Wednesday 13 May 2015 1:18 pm whatsapp whatsapp Sarah Spickernell The race is on to find the next Labour party leader, but we’ll have to wait four months to find out the result.The ruling National Executive Committee has confirmed that those wishing to compete have until 15 June to gain the support of 34 colleagues, or 15 per cent of the party’s MPs, and the chosen leader will be announced on 12 September. The party’s annual conference will take place two weeks later on 27 September. Labour’s outcome at the General Election was worse than anyone was expecting, securing just 232 after losing out to the SNP in Scotland and failing to take key seats in the rest of the UK. The Conservatives ended up winning a majority government, and this has raised questions within the Labour party about the direction it is going in.  Harriet Harman, who assumed the role of acting leader following Ed Miliband’s resignation last week, said the party now needs an “open and honest debate on the way forward”.  “Our challenge now is to use this time to listen and learn, to elect a new leader and deputy leader who will rebuild the Labour Party in order to take the fight to this Tory government and to stand up for Britain.” Who’s competing?We don’t have the full list of competitors yet, but there are some favourites for the position. Chuka Umunna, Liz Kendall, Yvette Cooper and Andy Burnham have all voiced their intentions to run, and each is considered a likely option. The deputy leadership role is also up for grabs, since Harriet Harman said she would not seek a second term in the role. Stella Creasy, Tom Watson, Angela Eagle and Caroline Flint are believed to be strong candidates.  Share Show Comments ▼ by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailzenherald.comMeghan Markle Changed This Major Detail On Archies Birth Certificatezenherald.comPost FunKate & Meghan Are Very Different Mothers, These Photos Prove ItPost FunMaternity WeekA Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been TranslatedMaternity WeekComedyAbandoned Submarines Floating Around the WorldComedyEquity MirrorThey Drained Niagara Falls — They Weren’t Prepared For This Sickening DiscoveryEquity MirrorOpulent ExpressHer Quadruplets Were Born Without A Hitch. Then Doctors Realized SomethingOpulent ExpressLoan Insurance WealthGrab A Tissue Before You See Richard Simmons At 72Loan Insurance WealthBridesBlushThis Is Why The Royal Family Kept Quiet About Prince Harry’s Sister BridesBlush When will there be a new Labour leader? Miliband replacement due to be revealed in September last_img read more

Premium / On the wires: JB Hunt’s M&A – seeking growth with more of the same

first_img Forgotten your password? Please click here LOGIN New Premium subscriber REGISTER Premium subscriber LOGIN By Alessandro Pasetti 06/01/2020 Subscription required for Premium stories In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium Reset Your Password Email* Password* << Go back Please Login Email* “JB Hunt Transport Services (…) today announced that its subsidiary, JB Hunt Transport, Inc, acquired the assets of RDI Last Mile on December 31, 2019. The transaction was funded using JB Hunt’s existing revolving credit facility.” JB Hunt, 2 January 2020. Just as more broadly in the logistics arena rather than in the trucking field, bolt-on and major deal talk keeps swirling around in Europe and the Middle East, the first certainty of 2020 is that of a small deal signed on New Year’s Eve ... Please either REGISTER or login below to continue Resetlast_img read more

Oireachtas Committee guest states ‘government derailed’ broadband plan in 2017 – Stanley

first_img GAA GAA By Siun Lennon – 16th June 2019 Oireachtas Committee guest states ‘government derailed’ broadband plan in 2017 – Stanley WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory GAA Pinterest Home News Oireachtas Committee guest states ‘government derailed’ broadband plan in 2017 – Stanley NewsPolitics WhatsAppcenter_img Previous articleDeaths in Laois – Sunday, June 16, 2019Next articleLaois woman speaks on being elected to new Kildare area – and what it means to represent her constituency Siun Lennonún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics. Facebook Speaking after the committee last evening, Deputy Stanley accused the government of allowing eir to ‘cherry pick’.He said: “Yesterday, it was confirmed to me by the Governments technical advisor on the NBP that the decision to allow Eir to cherry pick the 300k most easy to reach homes in the Intervention Area banjaxed the entire NBP.Deputy Stanley also stated that he believes there is now a ‘huge economic impact’.“First of all the contract forbids the State from using Eir’s network, which means the State will now have to roll out its own network side-by-side with Eir’s in order to reach the 540k remaining difficult to get to homes which Eir rejected.“Secondly, the contract prohibits the State from ever being able to create revenue from the 300k homes which Eir cherry-picked even though the State network will be side-by-side. Eir have now expanded this area to 340k homes,” he concluded.SEE ALSO – Stradbally duo ‘inking’ up for Kolbe Special School fundraiser Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin TAGSBrian Stanley TDNational Broadband Plan Sinn Féin’s spokesperson for Communications, Brian Stanley has said that a technical advisor firm claims that the National Broadband Plan (NBP) was derailed by Fine Gael in 2017.Analysys Mason spent three years as the central technical advisor to the Government on the NBP.Deputy Stanley states that Analysys Mason described Fine Gael’s contract with Eir in 2017 as a “double whammy” which “was not consistent with what the bidder needed” and led to a substantial increase in the cost of the project. Twitter Facebooklast_img read more

Alberta to give provincial credit unions expanded powers

first_img Bill 32, the Credit Union Amendment Act, would also allow businesses to become members of CUs, giving small and medium-sized businesses more options to access credit. The bill would also give members the right to take advantage of federal tax-planning programs for interest earned on CU revenue as well as updates governance legislation affecting CUs. “Credit unions are a vital part of Alberta’s financial industry and our communities,” says Joe Ceci, president of treasury board and minister of finance for Alberta, in a statement. “These changes would increase choice for consumers, support economic growth and introduce modern governance so credit unions can continue to be successful into the future, with strong accountability to members and the public.” Alberta Central, the liquidity provider and industry advocate for the province’s 23 CUs, praised the government for introducing the bill, which it characterized as the first major overhaul of provincial legislation governing provincial CUs in 30 years. “The Alberta credit union system believes that Bill 32, if passed, will serve to further enhance the competitiveness and sustainability of Alberta credit unions, which in turn will provide further benefits to Albertans, Alberta small and medium-sized businesses, and the provincial economy,” says Graham Wetter, president and CEO of Alberta Central, in a statement. Provisions in Bill 32 would require compensation disclosure for the five highest-paid executive officers in CUs that represent more than 2.5% of total CU industry assets. Quorum requirements for general meetings would be updated based on the size of individual CUs, recognizing that many such institutions have grown significantly. The legislation would require that Alberta Central’s board include at least two unaffiliated directors; it would also implement a dispute-resolution process in the event that one CU obtained majority representation on the board. Photo copyright: chelovek/123RF Related news Merger of B.C. financial services, real estate regulators nears completion The Alberta government has introduced legislation that will allow provincial credit unions (CUs) the right to broker insurance through a subsidiary as long as they do so via a separate and distinct location. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Ontario regulator to provide $500M credit facility to PACE Credit Union Rudy Mezzetta New Alberta law to give SROs greater powers Keywords Credit unions,  Alberta Facebook LinkedIn Twitter There’s $149 million in B.C.’s lost and foundlast_img read more

Canadian equities drive pension plan gains

first_img DB plan solvency in best position since financial crisis: FSRA Surging bond yields take a bite out of Canadian DB plans Returns in Q2 were driven largely by an improvement in Canadian equities, which gained 6.8% in the period, following a 3.9% loss in the previous quarter. Global equities recorded a 2.6% return in Q2, up from 2% in Q1. Fixed-income markets saw returns creep up to 0.6% in Q2 from 0.1% in Q1.“Despite ongoing volatility at home and abroad, Canadian defined-benefit pension plans have posted positive returns during the first half of 2018. The Canadian market rallied this quarter partly due to the energy sector rebound, as well as strong returns from other segments, including the materials sector,” said Ryan Silva, director, head of pension and insurance segments, global client coverage, with  RBC Investor & Treasury Services.“As we head into the second half of the year, asset managers must remain vigilant,” Silva added. “NAFTA trade tensions, U.S.-China trade friction and ongoing geopolitical issues will continue to reverberate through the markets, forcing asset managers to remain attentive to the ongoing volatility and its impact on portfolios and risk exposure.” Mature single women are wealthier than mature single men, StatsCan finds Retirement word cloud concept Vector illustration Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Related news Keywords PensionsCompanies RBC Investor Services James Langton Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Pension plan returns gained ground in the second quarter (Q2) thanks to a resurgence in Canadian equities, according to a new report from RBC Investor & Treasury Services.Defined-benefit (DB) pension plans in Canada generated a 2.2% total return in Q2, up from just 0.2% in the first quarter (Q1), the firm says, based on its RBC Investor & Treasury Services All Plan Universe benchmark, which tracks the performance of Canadian DB pensions. last_img read more

CU’s 62nd Annual Conference on World Affairs to be Held April 5-9

first_img Published: March 25, 2010 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail From April 5 through 9, for the 62nd time since 1948, distinguished guests from throughout the United States and the world will pay their own way to participate in a unique event film critic Roger Ebert refers to as the “Conference on Everything Conceivable.” The University of Colorado at Boulder’s annual Conference on World Affairs returns this spring, offering nearly 200 events, all of which are free and open to the public.Notable guests joining Ebert at the CWA this year include acclaimed filmmaker Werner Herzog, decorated veteran and West Point professor Colonel Isaiah “Ike” Wilson, “Saturday Night Live’s” Julia Sweeney, radio host John Hockenberry, scientific historian Naomi Oreskes and author and political commentator Jim Hightower.The theme for the 62nd Conference is “Free Thinking” which, CWA Director Jim Palmer says, “is meant to describe both the Conference’s cost-free attendance and its unrestricted, free-ranging topics and ideas. We are committed to keeping the Conference free in both senses.” Many of the events illustrate the CWA planning committee’s commitment to free thought. This year’s keynote, delivered by Wilson at 11:30 a.m on Monday, April 5, in Macky Auditorium, is titled “Rethinking American Power.” Other panels include “I Never Let My Schooling Interfere With My Education,” and “Out of this World: Is Music Solely a Terrestrial Art?”This year’s schedule includes a variety of sessions with wide-ranging appeal. Highlights include a plenary address by Naomi Oreskes on Monday at 1 p.m. in Macky Auditorium. She will be giving the NCAR/UCAR 50th Anniversary Lecture called “Communicating Climate Science: Why Is This So Hard?” Oreskes is a professor of history and science studies at the University of California, San Diego, whose research focuses on the development of scientific knowledge and understanding scientific consensus and dissent.Following Oreskes in Macky Auditorium, Herzog will speak at 3 p.m. on the topic “Traveling on Foot.” In addition to “Aguirre, the Wrath of God,” Herzog has created a number of acclaimed films including “Fitzcarraldo,” and “Grizzly Man.” At noon on Friday, David Walker will give a plenary talk called “Comeback America: Turning the Country Around and Restoring Fiscal Responsibility. Walker is the CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, where he focuses on promoting federal fiscal responsibility.The Conference will close with the annual Molly Ivins Freedom Fightin’ Memorial Plenary at 2:30 p.m. in Macky Auditorium. This year, John Hockenberry, host of “The Takeaway,” will address the topic “Where Have All the Powers Gone.”Finally, the annual jazz concert continues to grow in popularity. This year, advance ticketing will be required in order to manage the maximum capacity event. The concert remains free and open to the public although the ticketing agent will institute a service charge of $1 per ticket to cover administrative fees. Volunteers from the Boulder community and campus are integral to pulling off the logistics of the yearly conference. Local residents house the participants and hundreds of other volunteers provide local transportation, coordinate panels and manage crowds at the events. Students in particular are an integral part of nearly every aspect of the Conference. Leading the students’ efforts this year are Bryan New and Lynne Feingold, who coordinate over 60 student volunteers in positions from coordinating panels to managing transportation. Feingold started as a student driver in 2007 and has been involved in numerous aspects of the Conference since then. Through her involvement, Feingold said she has been exposed to marketing, student volunteer management, and digital media and graphics design. “I love the CWA because the opportunities to contribute are endless — I’ve learned so much.”Two of the student volunteers, Rena Goldstein and Darby Shier, manage a fleet of 14 vehicles and 50 student volunteers, making sure that each participant has transportation to the airport and a way to and from campus each day. “We coordinate the transportation for all our participants,” explains Shier. “It’s cool to have so much responsibility in such an influential organization.” CU-Boulder students are allowed priority access to most events and are invited to meet with Conference participants at a free brunch on April 5 at 10:30 a.m. on the Norlin Quadrangle. All students will receive free breakfast burritos with a student ID and will be able to chat with attendees from West Point, National Public Radio, Dwell Magazine and the U.S. Foreign Service.Members of the public attending the Conference on World Affairs are encouraged to use public transportation, as there is no event parking on campus. Those driving are encouraged to park for free on the third level of the Macy’s parking structure at the Twenty Ninth Street shopping mall in Boulder, located on the southwest corner of 30th Street and Walnut Street, and take the free HOP bus to campus.The HOP bus will run on its normal route arriving every 7 to 10 minutes between the hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday. The two stops nearest the Macy’s parking structure are at 29th Street and Walnut Street and 30th Street and Walnut Street.For a complete schedule and more information visit the Conference on World Affairs’ Web site at read more

Nakpack® Landed Safe & Sound in the UK

first_imgReddIt Twitter Facebook Email AdvertisementNakpack® is the new, innovative packaging system designed for the shipment of glass bottles.Francavilla Al Mare, Italy – 14th May 2019: Nakpack® has just arrived in the UK following a first order successfully performed for Roberson Wine. To get an idea of the resistance of the product, we asked them to carry out a ‘crash-test’ and they threw the packaging containing six bottles of wine directly on the ground from the first floor. Nakpack® was among the first in Italy to obtain the important UPS certification for the shipment of bottles.Nakpack® was effectively launched in Italy in 2011 and it is the only system of its kind to allow a single model of packaging to be used with various bottle types and formats, from Champagne and Bordeaux to Borgognotta and Renana, through Marasca and Amphora. Whether a wine store, a logistics company, a winery or a microbrewery, whatever the requirements, with Nakpack® there will never be any transit issues.“The Nakpack® model is accelerating in terms or research and development. A new solution is already in the prototype phase that will drastically reduce logistics costs and increase the production capacity of shipments. It will be our great second revolution. We expect exponential growth in the coming years, putting it on the Italian stock exchange (AIM) in the short term”, said Angelo Bandinu, CEO at Nakuru. “With over 8 million bottles shipped, Nakpack® manages about 60% of online wine sales in Italy. The Italian online wine sales market in 2018 had a value of approximately 126Mln Euro against 1500Mln for the UK. Nakpack® aims to expand rapidly in the British market, becoming the first safe shipping system. In fact, in the UK there are no systems with the same degree of safety that are completely recyclable.”After more than 10 months of development and countless crash tests conducted in accordance with the strictest international standards, the Nakpack® system was released onto the market as the ultimate solution to the problems of transporting fragile products.For more information on products please visit our website: more information on prices and price lists, please contact us at [email protected] more information regarding Roberson Wine – The UK’s finest wine merchant: www.robersonwine.comAbout NakpackNakpack® is the new, innovative packaging system designed for the shipment of glass bottles. Made entirely from corrugated cardboard, it delivers an exceptionally high level of protection while offering unbeatable value-for-money. For more information, please visit or follow @nakpack on Twitter.About NakuruFounded in 2011 by Mr Angelo Bandinu, the independent Italian company Nakuru brings to market specialized packaging systems for bottles of wine, beer and olive oil, including the Nakpack series for shipments of 1 to 12 bottles. Currently the main supplier in the e-commerce wine market, more than 1,5 million items have been sold over Europe. The head office of Nakuru is located in Abruzzo with a full-time staff force of 7 qualified employees. For more information visit the website at Linkedin Share Pinterest Home Industry News Releases Nakpack® Landed Safe & Sound in the UKIndustry News ReleasesWine BusinessNakpack® Landed Safe & Sound in the UKBy Press Release – May 14, 2019 490 0 TAGSNakpack® Previous articleKorbel California Champagne Says “Aloha” to Summer with New Limited-Edition Wrap “Aloha” Bottle Released in Time to Toast Warm WeatherNext articleWashington State Wine Allocates $1M for Research Projects Press Releaselast_img read more

Villa Maria Becomes the Official Wine Partner of Cirque du Soleil…

first_imgEmail Share Home Industry News Releases Villa Maria Becomes the Official Wine Partner of Cirque du Soleil Touring…Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessVilla Maria Becomes the Official Wine Partner of Cirque du Soleil Touring Shows in the USABy Press Release – June 18, 2019 210 0 ReddIt Linkedin TAGSCirque du SoleilVilla Maria Pinterest Twitter Facebook Advertisement(Auckland, New Zealand) Jun. 18, 2019 — Villa Maria New Zealand has announced an exclusive multi-year contract with Cirque du Soleil as the official wine partner of its touring shows throughout the USA. The partnership begins with the June premiere of LUZIA™ in Hartford, Conn. and will continue through December 31, 2020.The partnership will see Villa Maria’s wines served at more than 625 performances annually throughout the U.S. at Cirque du Soleil’s Big Top shows, including VOLTA™, LUZIA™, Amaluna™ and Alegría™ in major cities, such as Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. The partnership also includes Cirque du Soleil’s touring Arena Shows with such performances as Crystal™ and Corteo™ in secondary markets, including:  Portland, Ore.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Reno, Nev.; and St. Louis, Mo.; among others.“I am delighted to announce this ground-breaking partnership,” said Karen Fistonich, Executive Director of Villa Maria. “Villa Maria and Cirque du Soleil are both passionate about providing world-class experiences and we are thrilled to be working together. We look forward to bringing our wines to Cirque du Soleil’s guests through this unique partnership,” Fistonich continued.In addition to Villa Maria’s Private Bin Sauvignon Blanc, Private Bin Rosé, and Private Bin Pinot Noir offered via Cirque du Soleil’s concessions, digital and retail integration will also be offered.“The values we share with Villa Maria of passion and dedication to one’s craft and the relentless pursuit of excellence makes this partnership a natural fit,” said Richard Davies, Vice President, Corporate Alliances at Cirque du Soleil.For full list of show dates and locations, visit To learn more about Villa Maria, visit VILLA MARIA:The Villa Maria story is one of absolute passion. Each wine is crafted in the unique, fruit-driven style of New Zealand, showcasing the very best of the country’s distinct wine regions. Villa Maria sources grapes from New Zealand’s premium grape growing regions, including Marlborough and Hawkes Bay, and produces wines in state-of-the-art winemaking facilities in Auckland and Marlborough. The winery Sir George Fistonich started in 1961 is still family owned and stands as an icon of superior quality and innovation in New Zealand winemaking. In 2019, Drinks International named Villa Maria the most admired wine brand in New Zealand and the third most admired in the world. To learn more, visit CIRQUE DU SOLEIL ENTERTAINMENT GROUP:  Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group is a world leader in live entertainment. On top of producing world-renowned circus arts shows, the Canadian organization brings its creative approach to a large variety of entertainment forms such as multimedia productions, immersive experiences, theme parks and special events. It currently has 4,500 employees from nearly 70 countries. Going beyond its various creations, Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group aims to make a positive impact on people, communities and the planet with its most important tools: creativity and art. For more information about Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group, please visit Previous articleYour Brand Needs to Be JudgedNext articleAfternoon Brief, June 18 Press Releaselast_img read more