Bangalore, June 21, 2011 Raffles Equity announces the appointment of three new research and credit analysts to cover the ASEAN Corporate Bond sector as an adjunct to the Equities Department. The new analyst team members will be based in Bangalore, India and will join Raffles in the summer. These new team members join Raffles highly ranked Equity Research Team of Dr. James W. Arnold, CFA, and Director, who leads our corporate equities and stock coverage. Dr. Arnold, Head of Equity Research, said: -Raffles Equity Research, Inc. has an outstanding reputation in providing thoughtful analysis on this ASEAN Stock Companies sector. The quality of our research has been recognized by our consistent high rankings in various industry surveys. We are therefore delighted to be welcoming these new members to our team – all of whom enjoy a great reputation within the corporate credit and corporate bond industry. Their expertise will extend our coverage of ASEAN stock companies beyond just the equity side to now recommending excellent portfolio positions on the debt side of the equation. We see an immediate need to extend our knowledge and coverage of the equity side to credit and debt evaluations for our customers in assisting them in managing Balanced Portfolios of both corporate stocks and corporate bonds. These additions to our team provide further depth in research and we look forward to sharing our combined expertise for the benefit of our institutional clients.- Carla de Marcos will be joining Raffles Equity as a Section Director. She will be working alongside Jonathan Portagio, Assistant Section Director and will share coverage of the ASEAN banks and large conglomerates sector. Both Carla and Jonathan have a combined 23 years experience in the Banking and Industrial sectors, having previously covered Asian, South American and Eastern European Corporate Debt for several prominent Wall Street and European investment banking firms. Philippe Tonier will join Raffles as a Vice President from J. Arthur Donnelly Company. He will join Carla and Jonathan and will be focusing on the highest credit worthy corporates listed on the ASEAN Bourses. Philippe has ten years experience in Credit
For people who have been working, perhaps you are now familiar with the word, corporation meeting minutes. This is a piece of document that contains the details of a corporate meeting. Corporate meetings are regular meeting between the company or corporation’s stockholders and the management. This meeting is one of the most important meetings in the company or corporation, as it showcases the ideas from the different holders of stock.
Having known the relevance of what people thought as a piece of paper, you may now be looking at it as one of the most important documents your company have. Most likely, yes. The corporate minutes are one of the most essential documents in every company.
If you are the person assigned for the job, then perhaps you now know that your job is not an easy job. Thus, it is a very critical and challenging job. If then you thought of it as weird, today maybe you are thinking of it as one of the scariest job you could ever have.
Yes, that is so true. Making a corporation minutes entitles you to be very critical with what you do. You have to be very attentive, and must have a keen eye for details. It is important that you do not miss anything that has been said and done during the meeting, and of course, the people involved in it. Nonetheless, you might just ruin something.
When recording the details of the meeting, make sure that you have your full attention to it. Again, it is not an easy job, it’s crucial. There are times when people in the company need to look back at what occurred during the meeting. At times, when misunderstanding arises, people rely to the minutes as a guide, and worst, as evidence against someone.
You have to be credible for the job. Credibility is very important for the job. You have to be honest at all times, making sure that every detail you’ve written are exactly what happened or what have been uttered during the meeting.
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The Nobel Prize in economics was given to lvin E. Roth of Harvard University and Lloyd Shapley of UCLA for their work in market design and matching theory. The award was announced by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Monday.
According to interpretation of the academy the work of American scientists, Roth and Shapley, focuses on finding the most efficient way to match parties in a transaction, which can be applied and considered on different issues whether it is students to schools or organ donors to recipients, the theory is supposed to work efficiently. In their conjoin work Shapley used game theory with the purpose to study matching models, when Roth built on them to make some real-world changes markets which exist. Those markets included school choice and organ transplants where the theory has been already used.
If to be more specific, some elements of the work have been already built into the software that guides such an important issue as kidney donations in the United States; as well as some elements have been already applied in some school choice models in New York, Boston, New Orleans and other U.S. cities. All that facts were mentioned by Roth during the interview on Monday. Roth also told to reporters that he had been awakened by an early morning call and informed about their win. According the words of the laureate he was not expecting the prize at all but he was honored so much to share it with Shapley. He also added joking, “I’m sure when I go to the class this morning my students will pay more attention.”
The prize in Economics is the sixth and final of the annual awards that usually spotlight the top scholars and peacemakers of the World. But the economics award didn’t used to be among the original prizes created in 1895 by Swedish industrialist Alfred Nobel. Then just works in physics, medicine, chemistry, literature and peace were honored. The economics category was added by the Swedish central bank in memory of the industrialist. Thus economics awards has been given just since 1969.
Ensures that the Government of Castilla-La Mancha and CECAM “working in the same direction, which is to create jobs and wealth for our region”
Spain, May 25, 2013 – The Minister of Employment and Economy Regional Executive, Home Carmen said that “entrepreneurs are the engine of economic recovery and a source of employment in Castilla-La Mancha, in collaboration with the government led by Maria Dolores Cospedal “.
Home This was said during a meeting with the president of the Confederation of Employers of Castilla-La Mancha (CECAM), in which we have analyzed the measures it has put in place the regional government to accelerate economic recovery and employment.
In this regard, he indicated that the regional government “is very clear that the revitalization of the productive and commitment to innovation and modernization passes businessmen and entrepreneurs of Castilla-La Mancha, because without them there is no business, and without businesses can not create jobs. ”
The Minister also referred to the latest economic indicators, which he described as “encouraging” Thus, stressed the sale of new vehicles in Castilla-La Mancha in the last month, which has increased by 23.6 percent, compared to 10.8 percent of the national average, the Business Confidence Index from 6.5 in Castilla-La Mancha against the national average of 3.6, or increasing the number of self in the last month 0.31 percent.
Home has expressed its belief that “the measures taken by the government of Castilla-La Mancha are beginning to bear fruit, something that is being endorsed by economic data that reflect a slight change of trend”
In this regard, he said that “despite the difficulties, we were able to ensure basic social services, meet the deficit target and, above all, to show that the measures we have taken were correct.”
As an example, he recalled that “only the Ministry of Employment and the Economy will invest 95 million euros in 2013 to encourage entrepreneurship and to create jobs through measures such as the Development Plan for the Recruitment, Development Plan of Self-employment agreements with financial institutions, the Investment Plan and Employment Creation