Wednesday 2 March 2011 8:55 pm KCS-content whatsapp whatsapp Fighting a war for talent won’t be cheap Read This NextRicky Schroder Calls Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl ‘Ignorant Punk’ forThe WrapCNN’s Brian Stelter Draws Criticism for Asking Jen Psaki: ‘What Does theThe WrapDid Donald Trump Wear His Pants Backwards? Kriss Kross Memes Have AlreadyThe WrapPink Floyd’s Roger Waters Denies Zuckerberg’s Request to Use Song in Ad:The WrapHarvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to California to Face Sexual AssaultThe Wrap2 HFPA Members Resign Citing a Culture of ‘Corruption and Verbal Abuse’The Wrap’Black Widow’ First Reactions: ‘This Is Like the MCU’s Bond Movie’The Wrap’The View’: Meghan McCain Calls VP Kamala Harris a ‘Moron’ for BorderThe WrapKatt Williams Explains Why He Believes There ‘Is No Cancel Culture’ inThe Wrap Show Comments ▼ Share WHEN Peter Sands addressed investors yesterday, he did so safe in the knowledge that the bank has notched up eight consecutive years of growth.It is an accomplishment made all the more impressive because it was achieved despite the near implosion of the banking sector in 2008. The only dark spot in an otherwise robust set of results was costs, which grew by over $1bn or 13 per cent, compared to a 5.8 per cent rise in operating income. Sands said the bank was now engaged in a “war for talent”. The demand for top flight bankers who can speak Cantonese or Mandarin (not to mention the languages of StanChart’s other markets ) is higher than ever, but the supply can’t keep up. That partly explains why the cost to income ratio jumped from 51.3 per cent in 2009 to 55.9 per cent, although investment in new business is also partly responsible. Management expects the ratio to stay flat in 2011 but, as the son of a naval officer, Sands will know that fighting a war is not cheap. We think that costs as a proportion of income will inevitably edge up further in 2011. Take HSBC, in many ways one of StanChart’s closest rivals, which saw its expenses grow by a similar amount to take the cost to income ratio to 55 per cent in 2010. It expects costs to peak in 2011 before falling back to around 52 per cent of income by the end of 2012. That doesn’t mean Sands should take out costs for the sake of it. Investors will have to accept that higher expenses in the medium are a price worth paying for growth. If StanChart wins the war, it will be more than worth it. Tags: NULL
Is too much regulation stifling innovation? While a limited understanding of the underlying tech and the consequences of their actions are undoubtedly stifling innovation and forcing operators to rethink entering some dot.country markets, not all the blame can be laid at the regulators’ door, argues Phil Parry of IforiumWhen it comes to Europe’s patchwork regulatory environment, it goes without saying that we’re a million miles away from what has been described as the wild west of the early 2000s.Regulatory bodies such as the GB Gambling Commission, Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), to name just a few, have developed gold standards – and are proving to be excellent examples for other regulators to follow. What we’ve seen in the last 10 years in terms of regulatory developments in Europe has been transformational, with an increasingly secure regulatory environment boding well for the future.However, within both this developed and developing environment, the challenge for today’s operators is to identify the markets that are still profitable while finding ways to negotiate the complex web of rules and specifications required of them.Put simply, the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to European markets can no longer be applied. Developed markets are proving to be an increasingly varied patchwork of regulatory requirements – with those that fall short facing the increasingly big stick of regulators.In less than a year, we’ve seen millions doled out in fines to gaming operators because their catalogues of games, along with bonusing platforms and AML procedures simply haven’t met their myriad requirements. Of course, ensuring stringent regulatory compliance while delivering a seamless player experience has always been a balancing act, but looking to 2020, it is the speed of regulatory change that is going to leave operators out of pocket when they fail to keep up.Sweden’s regulatory fallout is a potential sign of things to come if operators cannot tailor their offering to a market’s regulatory needs, and it’s a good time to ask at what point regulation begins to stifle industry innovation. We’ve strived hard as an industry over the last decade to begin putting together the foundations of a fully globalised operation. None more so than on the supplier side, but a pressing concern is beginning to emerge, and the point at which suppliers and operators start actively avoiding markets that are deemed ‘over-regulated’ is going to become a real issue. The consequence of suppliers starting to localise their operations and develop games targeted only towards specific markets to avoid the regulatory stick may come sooner than you think. We’ve already seen this happen outside of our industry in the energy and banking sectors, which are now moving at a glacial pace.In a corporate world of limited talent and resources, strict regulations mean resource allocation to integration and the status quo rather than innovation and creation, which risks setting us back years.The Flutter Entertainment and the Stars Group merger provides the perfect example of this. Tightening gambling regulation contributed to resource allocation towards consolidation rather than innovation, with both looking to hedge their exposure via a co-opted offering. Of course, regulation is certainly necessary when it comes to player protection and fair competition. However, beyond this, the detrimental effects of over-zealous regulators who have very little understanding of the technology and the consequences of their actions are a problem that looks to be very real.We’ve seen very little real innovation in recent years since the days of mobile in-play betting and ‘cash-out’, and if current trends continue, the majority of ‘industry innovation’ we currently see occupy the headlines risks being little more than window dressing. So, where do we go from here? For a start, we need to see better communicative efforts coming from newly regulated markets. Sweden illustrates this point well. In six months, we went from Sweden’s re-regulated market being prophesised by many to be the highlight of 2019 to a very different outlook.While it may seem obvious that the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA) needed to create a marketplace of trust in a newly regulated territory, in hindsight they have arguably done the opposite due to a lack of clarity on regulations.This trend needs to change, and fast. If regulators want to ensure that operators and suppliers can keep up with their ever-changing rulebook, they need to provide more clarity and ensure that lessons are learned.The SGA would do well to take a look at regulators who have taken a pragmatic and transparent stance with operators. Providing clear guidelines and sensible tax levels, such as their neighbours in Denmark have done, would be a very good start. However, the industry itself cannot simply lay fault at the regulators’ door, we must also look at ourselves as the balance is wrong. Communication works in two ways, and it’s imperative we come together as an industry in a more collaborative and organised fashion to pro-actively work with regulators to build the right frameworks.At this point in time, we lack an industry body that can actively contribute to the regulatory process, and we’d do well to have one. Not only when it comes to communicating constructively, but also by contributing to building a consistent regulatory foundation for operators and suppliers alike.Get it right, and we’ll be able to free up far more resources towards developing what this industry needs rather than maintaining the status quo. Innovation comes when you have the freedom to focus on it, and in my view – change can’t come fast enough. While a limited understanding of the underlying tech and the consequences of their actions are undoubtedly stifling innovation and forcing operators to rethink entering some dot.country markets, not all the blame can be laid at the regulators’ door, argues Phil Parry of Iforium Strategy AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 28th October 2019 | By Stephen Carter Topics: Strategy Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address
22Bet Africa director Olatunji Idowu added: “The high-speed development of the club’s presence around the world will help us strengthen the promotion of our brand in the African region.” Topics: Marketing & affiliates Sponsorship “This is a significant strategic move to tap into the popularity of PSG in Africa,” Sportradar’s director of global sponsorship sales Hampus Lofkvist said. 21st September 2020 | By Aaron Noy Sportradar has brokered a deal for online gambling operator 22Bet to become an official partner of French Ligue 1 football club Paris Saint-Germain. “We are confident that 22BET will be an ideal partner for the club and that together we will be able to interact even more with our fan base in Africa, which is growing at great speed,” PSG sponsorship director Marc Armstrong said. PSG signs up 22Bet as first African betting partner Sportradar facilitated the deal via its ad:s division, which delivers marketing solutions for bookmakers through digital, programmatic and sponsorship services. 22Bet will also have access to VIP seats inside the stadium, as well as the ability to host events at the venue. In addition, 22Bet will run a series of competitions, offering special prizes to fans and customers. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address Sponsorship “Through one marquee partnership, the use of digital and virtual advertising technology, 22Bet will benefit from exposure and engagement opportunities with fans in some 30-plus countries.” Using Digital Overlay and geolocation technologies, content on these hoardings are adapted for audiences watching the game on television in regions worldwide. The two-year deal will cover both the 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons, with 22Bet to serve as the club’s first official African betting partner. 22Bet will benefit from branding placement on digital surfaces inside the team’s Parc des Princes home stadium, including on LED advertising boards around the pitch. Regions: Africa France
IPL 2020: This is Kings XI Punjab’s “Sadda team room, jithe players machange dhooom”; Watch room match 3820-OctKings XI Punjab vs Delhi CapitalsDubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai07:30 PM Sport News Previous articleENG vs AUS 2nd ODI: All you need to know, ENG vs AUS weather forecast, pitch report, probable XI, and live updates on Sony LivNext articleIPL 2020 : Kolkata Knight Riders ropes in Ali Khan as replacement for Gurney, 1st player from America will play in IPL Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. 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Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Health sector has released it’s 2017 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) 2017 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileMedical And Surgical Centre Limited deals within the Healthcare and Cafeteria segments where it operates hospitals in Mauritius. The company is a subsidiary of CIEL Healthcare Limited and operates hospitals under the Fortis Clinique Darné and Wellkin Hospital names, as well as runs a one day care centre under the FCD North name. Medical And Surgical Centre Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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ArchDaily “COPY” Area: 390 m² Area: 390 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Italy ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/772844/house-on-the-stream-morella-andrea-oliva Clipboard photographs: Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertPhotographs: Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertSave this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertRecommended ProductsWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Sliding Door – Rabel 62 Slim Super ThermalDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedText description provided by the architects. To the borders of the country of Castelnovo Sotto, beetween the stream Morella and a roman road, in a landscape context characterized from channels, ditches, rows, shrubby stains, gardens, villas and agricultural houses it places the “House on the Morella”.Save this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertIts typological value is defined by its relationship with the road and as an integral part of the landscape; this is achieved through the enhancement of internal and external viewpoints and through the interaction between solids and voids (porches and windows). The relationships between architecture and landscape, closeness and distance, public and private and the observer and the observatory are also considered.Save this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertInserted between rural landscape and observer to 60mt from the road, suspended by the ground to protection of the tall stratum of superficial wather and to memory of the installations “terramare”, the residence is composed of two staggered elements to northeast: the porch or climatic mitigator and the housing space or insulating body.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanThe large porch also defines the boundary between the house and the countryside. “Independent objects”, such as the staircases and the ramps with the same formal and figurative nature, represent a natural extension of the roads and paths.Save this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertThe facades are treated with an exterior insulation and finishing system; they are enveloped by the porch and are characterized by solids and voids, thus appearing in relation with the surrounding landscape. On closer inspection, a fine detail of grooves divides the facades into several parts that represent the architectural forms on a more intimate scale. The south facing facade is made up of large darkening sliding panels that can stay open, half closed or completely closed; the panels liven up the building by providing an infinite combination of lines, geometric and poetic relationships, which in turn act as a direct witness of the seasons, of light, of the changing weather and as a symbol of introversion.Save this picture!First Floor PlanWith an orientation of 18° toward west the house exploits to the best the natural contributions that, because of the geometry of the porch, of the ample surfaces south glass door and of the flowing obscuring, they anticipate the opening to the “winter sun” and the protection from the “afternoon summer sun.” The study about the solar axonometries has allowed, therefore, to opportunely appraise the incidence of the sun on the wrap and get into proportion the fixed screenings of the vertical settis and the horizontal shutters and the mobile screenings of the flowing pannels.Save this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertThe combination of some characters of the agricultural houses they are proposed through a reason euclidea, that in the key form-function, distills elements as the “porta morta” (passing space in the residence with scope of ventilation), the “sporto di gronda” (coverage’s extension for protection of the vertical masonries) and the “portico” (integrated coverage or juxtaposed for the protection of open and external spaces of the building).Save this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertThe residence has a structure in portant walls (smaller presence of thermal bridges), constituted by bricks with pores, of 38cm, coupled to a layer of coat insulator on the external side of 10cm, the attics are made of tiles and concrete with riddles in reinforced concrete, coibentate and separated while the coverage had a layer of 22cm of isolation, that is coupled to a coverage mantle in corrugate iron, draining, connected to a system that pick up the rain water. The windows are in plywood with low emissive glass and gas argon.Save this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertThe plant design is integrated with domotic and allows a reduction of the consumptions through the control of the temperature of the single rooms, the predisposition for an efficient job of the great electrical appliances, the automatic turning off of the lights in empty places, the checked generation of warm water for sanitaries and the regulation of the use times for each single instruments.Save this picture!Detail ConstructiveThe heat system is constituted by radiant panels feeded by a low condensation boiler while the sanitary warm water is integrated from panels solar, places on the coverage, where an integrated photovoltaic system for 6kW is in progress of realization. The residence is endowed with a mechanized system for the rycircle of the air, that bring the scheduled consumption for the heating to 5,19kWh / mq.year.Save this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-BunertProject gallerySee allShow lessICA Wins Planning For Hotel at Old Trafford Cricket GroundUnbuilt ProjectAspvik House / Andreas Martin-Löf ArkitekterSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/772844/house-on-the-stream-morella-andrea-oliva Clipboard Architects: Andrea Oliva Area Area of this architecture project House on the Stream Morella / Andrea OlivaSave this projectSaveHouse on the Stream Morella / Andrea Oliva CopyHouses•Castelnovo, Italy 2009 Houses Year: Projects Year: 2009 “COPY” House on the Stream Morella / Andrea Oliva Photographs Save this picture!© Kai-Uwe Schulte-Bunert+ 27 Share CopyAbout this officeAndrea OlivaOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCastelnovoItalyPublished on September 03, 2015Cite: “House on the Stream Morella / Andrea Oliva” 03 Sep 2015. 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Tagged with: London matched giving The Childhood Trust has launched a new matched fundraising campaign to help charities provide more meals throughout the year for children and young people struggling with food insecurity and food poverty.The Big Dinner is offering grants to charities in the form of matched funds to provide meals for thousands more disadvantaged children across London. The offer of funding is open to all charities that provide or would like to provide meals and snacks to disadvantaged children or re-distribute food to projects that support children.The fundraising campaign will run for one week from the 10-17 April and operate in the same way as The Childhood Trust’s Summer Give and Christmas Challenge campaigns. The Childhood Trust’s campaigns, which are operated in partnership with The Big Give have raised £4.46m in the last 12 months for 178 projects supporting disadvantaged children in London. 2018’s one-week Christmas Challenge raised £1,919,674 for 75 projects.Laurence Guinness, Chief Executive of The Childhood Trust said:“We’ve launched The Big Dinner campaign because no child in the capital should ever be hungry due to poverty. We want to support the expansion of the excellent work being delivered by charities throughout London and our campaigns are a proven way of bringing donors together to generate much needed funding. If you’re a charity providing meals and snacks, distributing or redistributing food or providing food parcels to families in need then the Big Dinner campaign is a must for you.”Applications for charities to join The Big Dinner campaign open on 14 January 2019. Charities interested in participating should apply and register their project via TheBigGive.org. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis11 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. 246 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis11 245 total views, 1 views today The Childhood Trust announces new campaign to target food poverty Melanie May | 8 January 2019 | News
RSF_en to go further Follow the news on Nigeria News Berends boarded a flight to Germany on September 9 in the evening after receiving a deportation order.Today Senators Schumer, Clinton, Murray, Durbin, Cantwell, Leahy, Feingold, Casey, Brown and Kerry joined together to seek Andrew Berends’ immediate release in a letter to the Nigerian President, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua. NigeriaAfrica June 10, 2021 Find out more Organisation January 28, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information News Reporters Without Borders is relieved today by the news that US filmmaker and reporter Andrew Berends has been released from Nigerian government custody. Berends was interrogated for ten consecutive days after he and his translator, Samuel George, as well as a Nigerian businessman, were arrested in Port Harcourt in the south of Nigeria on August 31. The translator and the businessman have been temporarily released yesterday but are still scheduled to report back to the security services tomorrow. Receive email alerts September 9, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 US filmmaker and reporter released after ten days of questioning News “We are celebrating this great news with Andrew’s relatives and friends who demonstrated impressive and exceptional mobilization to achieve this outcome,” said the international press freedom organization. “Their collective efforts brought about the direct and determinative use of American diplomacy to secure Andrew’s release. Now that Andrew’s case is settled, we expect his translator and the businessman who was arrested at the same time to be freed unconditionally as soon as possible. We hope the Nigerian authorities have learned from this episode that it is absurd to arrest reporters in the Delta region and accuse them of spying when they are simply reporting, with permission, on economic and political situations in that country.” News Reporters Without Borders is relieved today by the news that US filmmaker and reporter Andrew Berends has been released from Nigerian government custody. February 8, 2021 Find out more Nigerian news site deliberately blocked, expert report confirms Nigerian investigative journalist forced to flee after massacre disclosures NigeriaAfrica Twitter blocked, journalism threatened in Nigeria After a last day at the headquarters of the State Security Service (SSS, domestic intelligence services) in the capital city of Abuja, Berends was handed over to representatives of the US embassy on Tuesday, September 9. On Monday, Samuel George and the Nigerian businessman were set free from the SSS offices in Port-Harcourt but were scheduled to report back to security officials again tomorrow, Wednesday September 10. They were told they would not be cleared before Andrew Berends’ case is settled.