Print This Post The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, Headlines, News Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Tagged with: Treasury Nicole Casperson is the Associate Editor of DS News and MReport. She graduated from Texas Tech University where she received her M.A. in Mass Communications and her B.A. in Journalism. Casperson previously worked as a graduate teaching instructor at Texas Tech’s College of Media and Communications. Her thesis will be published by the International Communication Association this fall. To contact Casperson, e-mail: [email protected] Treasury to Streamline Capital Markets The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily October 9, 2017 1,272 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Share Save Treasury 2017-10-09 Nicole Casperson Previous: CIT Group Sells Reverse Mortgage Operation Next: Delinquency Rate Continues at 10-year Low Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Treasury to Streamline Capital Markets The U.S. Department of the Treasury released a report outlining ways to streamline and reform the U.S. regulatory system for the capital markets, and how to reduce burdens the capital markets cause.The recently issued report was in response to Executive Order 13772 issued by President Donald Trump on February 3, 2017, which called on Treasury under the direction of Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin to “identify laws and regulations that are inconsistent with a set of Core Principles of financial regulation.”As the capital markets are a source of liquidity for small businesses as they grow, invest, and hire, Treasury identified a list of ways to reduce the burden on companies that are looking to go public or stay public, while maintaining strong investor protections.According to Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin, the U.S. has experienced slow economic growth for far too long. In this report, Treasury examined the capital markets system to identify regulations that are standing in the way of economic growth and capital formation.“By streamlining the regulatory system, we can make the U.S. capital markets a true source of economic growth which will harness American ingenuity and allow small businesses to grow,” Mnuchin said.Treasury’s recommendations include numerous measures to encourage companies toward public ownership, including “eliminating duplicative requirements, liberalizing pre-initial public offering communications, and removing non-material disclosure requirements, among other recommendations.”In light of any improperly tailored regulatory burden that can “benefit the largest companies, which are better positioned to absorb the costs, and discourage competition from new entrants,” Treasury has also identified opportunities to ease challenges for smaller public companies, including scaled disclosure requirements.A list of all of Treasury’s recommendations within this report is set forth as Appendix B, including the recommended action, the method of implementation.View the full report by clicking here.In addition, click here to view Treasury’s fact sheet. Related Articles About Author: Nicole Casperson Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Subscribe
THE Guyana Football Federation (GFF), through president Wayne Forde, inked what is being seen as the cornerstone for their plans, heading into 2026 FIFA World Cup, with the Denmark Football Federation and its president Jesper Moller, at the Pegasus Hotel, in Kingston, Georgetown.Witnessed by CONCACAF’s Senior Project officer, Howard McIntosh and Union of European Football Associations’ (UEFA) Head of International Relationship, Eva Pasquier, the Memorandum of Understand (MoU) is tailored to see the two Federations focus on several key areas in the sport, both on and off the pitch.The football love-story between the two nations, according to Forde, dates back to 2017, and was birthed in Lagos, Nigeria, when they were guests at a FIFA Summit.“By the simple act of affixing our mark to sheets of paper, today we have sowed the seeds of friendship that in time, can produce a harvest of new and exciting opportunities for the long-term development of Guyana’s football,” Forde said.The terms established for the two Federations’ collaborative efforts for the next six years, state that there will be implementation of some key strategic objectives and programmes.Apart from coaching exchanges, infrastructure development will be one of the most important areas, with Forde pointing out that Guyana will benefit from Denmark’s engineering and architectural services for the technical centre and construction of the D’Urban Park football complex.Competition Management and Professional Football League Development is also on the table, since, according to the GFF, capacity-building for clubs, officials, administrators and oversight of establishment of a professional league are vital to Guyana.The area of Women’s Football development is also listed in their MoU as a comprehensive women’s football strategy.Perhaps one of the most important of them all, Grassroots Football and Youth Development, will see the GFF and Denmark Federation facilitating youth training camps in preparation for international competition.As it relates to Governance and Administration, the Denmark ‘FA’ will facilitate a Management exchange programme for the General Secretary, Finance Manager and other key Management Staff of the two entities.“No one should pretend as though genuine, meaningful and sustainable football development in a small nation is easy. It is not and I would also assure you that good intentions are simply not enough. For football to grow in any country, big or small, genuine partnerships that endure all seasons are essential,” Forde compounded.Meanwhile, Moller told reporters that he was interested in the GFF’s regional academies, stating, “We don’t have an academy or a training side in Denmark yet and perhaps we can get some knowledge about doing that. You have a big country but not so much infrastructure and it is quite the same in Denmark,”
Duro IkhazuagbeKelechi Iheanacho returned to Super Eagles training camp in Paris on Tuesday ahead of tomorrowâ€™s international friendly with the Hawks of Togo in the French capital.Although details of his impending move from Manchester City still remain hazy, the Etihad team is believed to be discussing terms with West Ham United with emphasis on a buy-back clause in the contract. The Hammers officially tabled 20million pounds bid for the 2013 FIFA Under-17 World Cup winner. Iheanacho has also kept details of his trip to Manchester to himself, refusing to disclose his next base with any of his teammates.Super Eagles official twitter handle gleefully announced the return of Iheanacho to Paris yesterday afternoon. â€œ@67Kelechi Iheanacho, who left our Paris camp last Saturday to clear up some personal matters, has since rejoined the team.â€The City forward scored a late equaliser for Eagles in the 1-1 draw against Corsica last Friday in Ajaccio.But while Eagles handlers are celebrating the return of Iheanacho to camp, Nigeriaâ€™s other youngster Victor Osimhen was also expected to link up with the team last night ahead of Thursdayâ€™s clash with Togo in Paris.The 18-year-old forward who was involved in Wolfsburgâ€™s 1-0 Monday night defeat of Eintracht Braunschweig in the return leg of the Bundesliga qualification play-offs, was being expected to arrive the camp last night. Wolfsburg triumphed 2-0 on aggregate and retained their Bundesliga status for next seasonCamp sources said Osimhen was not likely going to be one of the 19 players to take part in the friendly against Togo.Eagles official social media handle however announced that Osimhen will be in Paris with the national team but not as one of the players selected for the game.“Wolfsburg of Germany teenage star Victor Osimhen is on his way to our camp in Paris,” the Super Eagles tweeted yesterday.Austrian Wein striker Kayode Olanrewaju, Henry Onyekuru and Stephen Odey are the other three forwards in camp listed for the game.â€œIn camp for Togo friendly: Ezenwa, Alampasu, Ebuehi, Abdullahi, Echiejile, Olatunbosun, Ekong, Awaziem, Agbo, Agu, Etebo, Alhassan,â€ the Super Eagles tweeted on Tuesday via their verified handle.â€œIwobi, Musa, Olanrewaju, Onyekuru, Ndidi, Odey, Iheanacho. These players will prosecute the friendly vs Togo.â€Osimhen is yet to make an official appearance for the Super Eagles since he was called up by Gernot Rohr last year.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The following incidents were reported in the USC Department of Public Safety incident report summary between Friday, April 4, and Sunday, April 6. Crimes against a personAt 10:44 P.M. on April 5, DPS officers responded to a report of an intoxicated student punching security guards, who were attempting to remove him from a concert on McCarthy Quad after several witnesses complained that he was misbehaving while in the crowd. The student remained combative and had to be physically subdued by the officers. The security guards did not want criminal prosecution on the matter and an Los Angeles Fire Department Rescue Ambulance unit subsequently transported the student to Kaiser Permanente for treatment for injuries he sustained during the incident.Miscellaneous incidentsat 3:44 p.m. on April 4, DPS officers responded to a report of two non-USC males taunting opposing fans during a tennis match at the David Marks Tennis Stadium and detained them for investigation. Both subjects appeared to be intoxicated and during questioning they admitted that they had been drinking. The officers then escorted the subjects out of the stadium and released them without further incident.at 2:08 A.m. on April 5, Expo Park police detained three students who were observed sitting inside an illegally parked vehicle near the Exposition Park Rose Garden and during questioning they admitted that they intended to draw their fraternity emblem in chalk on the sidewalk outside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The students were cited to Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards by DPS officers who responded to the scene and were released.at 7:16 p.m. on April 6, DPS officers responded to a student who sustained a loose tooth when he struck his mouth on a bar while doing pull ups at the Lyon Center. The officers examined the student and transported him to California Hospital for medical treatment.
There’s a new Republican challenger gunning for Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s seat in New York.Businesswoman Scherie Murray announced via Twitter Wednesday that she’s running for Congress next year.She says “there’s a crisis in Queens and it’s called A-O-C”, referring to Ocasio-Cortez by her initials.Murray immigrated from Jamaica as a child and is active in state Republican politics.The 38-year-old joins four other Republicans who have filed to run.No Democrats have made a bid for Ocasio-Cortez’s seat at this time.
A 48 year old man arrested following the robbery and assault of a 96 year old woman in Buncrana last weekend has been released from custody without charge.Frail Greta Lilly was only released from Letterkenny General Hospital today following her ordeal in the early hours of Saturday morning last.She was robbed and punched in the ribs by an intruder who broke into her home and gagged her before robbing a substantial amount of money. The incident has led to a public outcry both locally and at national level.The man was arrested under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act on Tuesday evening following a Garda operation at Burt.He was brought to Buncrana Garda station where he was released earlier this evening.A spokesman for the Garda Press Office said a file on the incident is to be sent to the Director of Public Prosecution. MAN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH ROBBERY OF 96 YEAR OLD RELEASED was last modified: January 10th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:arrestbuncranadonegalGreta Lilly
Richard Dunne’s 67th-minute own goal left bottom-of-the-table QPR staring at another defeat despite a much improved display.They have dominated large parts of the game at Loftus Road, with Leroy Fer hitting the Liverpool bar twice in the first half.With his position under scrutiny after a dismal start to the season, Rangers manager Harry Redknapp made major changes.He switched to a 4-4-2 formation with Fer playing from the left, while Dunne replaced Rio Ferdinand, Mauricio Isla was deployed on the right flank, Yun Suk-Young was given a Premier League debut and Bobby Zamora started up front alongside Charlie Austin.There was also a debut for summer signing Alex McCarthy, with the goalkeeper coming in for Rob Green, who has tonsillitis.Redknapp called for more energy from his side and they responded early on, pressing Liverpool with an intensity that was sorely lacking in previous matches this season.They came close to scoring when Austin bundled his way past two challenges and was denied by keeper Simon Mignolet before shooting into the side netting from an awkward angle as he tried to bury the resulting loose ball.And an unmarked Fer missed a glorious chance when he fired against the top of the bar from 10 yards out after Zamora had pulled the ball back from the right.Fer almost atoned when found by Zamora’s right-wing cross but after the Dutchman’s header bounced off the woodwork, Austin could not force the ball past Glen Johnson on the line and Martin Skrtel was eventually able to clear.QPR kept up the pressure after the interval and Sandro had an effort saved by Mignolet but the Brazilian midfielder suffered another injury setback on the hour mark and limped off.Rangers suddenly lost their way and were rescued by a fine save by McCarthy and Mario Balotelli’s poor finishing.With the home defence under pressure, Isla inadvertently nudged the ball into Adam Lallana’s path and after McCarthy did superbly to get a hand to the midfielder’s shot, Balotelli wastefully fired over from the rebound.But there was nothing McCarthy could do when Dunne sliced Johnson’s low cross into his own net following a quickly taken free-kick after substitute Armand Traore had been harshly adjudged to have fouled Raheem Sterling.It was Dunne’s 10th own goal in the Premier League. QPR (4-4-2): McCarthy; Onuoha, Dunne, Caulker, Yun; Isla (Phillips 45), Henry; Sandro, Fer; Austin, Zamora. Subs: Murphy, Traore, Ferdinand, Kranjcar, Hoilett, Vargas.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest In an effort organized by the National Milk Producers Federation and the U.S. Dairy Export Council, 70 dairy companies, farmer-owned cooperatives, and associations today sent a letter to the United States Trade Representative and the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture asking the U.S. government to capitalize on the conclusion of Japan’s national elections and quickly finalize a strong trade deal with Japan in order to secure critical market access for the dairy industry here at home.“Given that Japan is an established market with a growing demand for dairy products, the successful negotiation of a robust trade agreement with Japan will bring a much-needed boost to the economic health of the U.S. dairy industry and set our industry up on a path to compete effectively there moving forward. Securing robust dairy export opportunities into this overseas market will be critical to restoring confidence for our dairy farmers and processors across the country,” they wrote.The continued success of the U.S. dairy industry relies on stable export opportunities to markets abroad and Japan represents a major opportunity to expand growth. However, the Japan-EU agreement and the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans- Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) have allowed the European Union, New Zealand and Australia to position themselves to seize sales from the U.S. dairy industry. Swift negotiation of a trade deal with Japan that builds upon the best components of the Japan-EU agreement and the CPTPP is urgently necessary for America’s dairy farmers and processors.“Eroding dairy competitiveness in Japan is at a critical point. The time to re-level the tariff and access playing field is right now,” said Stan Ryan, President and CEO of Darigold. “Today Darigold supplies over 50% of the US American-style cheese exports to Japan. Those sales will soon be lost as competitor trade deals take effect.”The U.S. exported $270 million in dairy products to Japan in 2018 with room for further growth. However, without a strong U.S.-Japan trade agreement, half of U.S. dairy sales to Japan will be wrested by competitors, mounting to a toll of $5.4 billion in lost export sales when Japan’s deals with the EU and CPTPP are fully phased in.“Japan has been a very important market for Leprino Foods Company’s US-produced products for years,” said Sue Taylor, Vice President of Dairy Policy and Procurement for Leprino Foods Company. “We invested heavily in developing lactose and whey protein exports several decades ago and, more recently, mozzarella exports into this important market and believe that the market has significant further growth potential. We risk losing these sales and growth opportunities to competitors who recently finalized preferential trade agreements unless the US negotiates a strong agreement. We are very supportive of the administration’s efforts to secure an agreement that allows us to retain and grow this important market.”
As everyone is aware the ATA is running a huge stocktake sale to try and sell off the piles of shirts and clothes we have sitting in our stock room. There are several types of shirts that would make great team uniforms for your kids down at park level or for you and your mates at social level…they match, are Touch based in the logos/designs and have plain coloured backs…perfect for ironing on numbers for your team. We’re offering a fantastic deal for those interested in purchasing these shirts for a Touch team… Please click here for the full story: If you want to buy these shirts for a team, they will cost $5 each and for each set of shirts you buy, you will receive another 2 shirts FREE. So for example…buy 9 shirts at $5 each ($45 in total) and receive another 2 shirts FREE (one for a coach and manager perhaps?) Buy 12 shirts at $5 each ($60 in total) and receive another 2 shirts FREE. This is a fantastic and cheap way to kit out your junior or social team, especially considering these shirts are normally sold at up to $25 each at events. To see the shirts available and their colours and sizes click on these links: BLACK 2001 NTL T-SHIRTS 2005 YOUTH WORLD CUP WOMENS T-SHIRTS 2005 YOUTH WORLD CUP MENS MUSCLE SHIRTS 2005 YOUTH WORLD CUP MENS T-SHIRTS To make the most of this offer, you MUST send your order to Casey at [email protected], including payment details and postage details. To see the full extent of the stocktake sale go to TOUCH FOOTBALL SHOP- STOCKTAKE SALE Postage costs for bought items: $2.20 for orders under $5.00 $5.00 for orders up to $50 $7.50 for orders between $50 and $100 $10.00 for orders over $100