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GE Artesia pension fund to decide between Belgium move, APF

first_imgThe €226m pension fund of merchant bank GE Artesia is considering relocating to Belgium or joining the general pension fund (APF) of insurer and Achmea subsidiary Centraal Beheer.In its 2015 annual report, it said it concluded that both options had great potential, after assessing all other alternatives, including joining the APF for financial service providers.The scheme’s board said GE Artesia Bank’s sponsor, General Electric, preferred the pension fund’s linking up with the Belgium-based pension fund for its European subsidiaries.Last year, the €270m General Electric Netherlands sister scheme said it was considering a transfer to Belgium, due to the falling number of participants after its parent company scaled back Dutch activities. GE Artesia Bank stopped operating in the Netherlands last year.Its pension fund is looking into the alternative of joining the Centraal Beheer APF, in part because Syntrus Achmea is its pensions provider.Laurens Roodbol, chairman at the scheme, said he expected a decision would be made within a couple of months.Together with the pension funds of Van Lanschot Bank, KAS Bank and payment processor Equens, GE Artesia Bank recently looked into the feasibility of launching an APF for financial service providers.Because an APF offered by a commercial provider or insurer was deemed more attractive, however, the GE Artesia scheme withdrew before the other participants dropped the initiative last March.The Pensioenfonds GE Artesia Bank is now closed, with approximately 1,140 participants.last_img read more

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State police announce sobriety check point this weekend

first_imgVersailles, In. — Indiana State Police have announced plans for a sobriety check point in Jackson County at an undisclosed location November 17-18.  Officials say the purpose of check points is to find and remove possibly impaired drivers.State police provide the following advice:Plan ahead and always use a designated driver.Don’t get behind the wheel of a vehicle if you’ve been consuming alcoholic beverages; call a taxi, a family member, or friend who has not been drinking to give you a ride.If you are hosting a party, always offer alcohol-free beverages and make sure all of your guests leave with a sober driver or allow them to spend the night.Remember, Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk.  Take the keys and never let a friend leave your sight if you think that they are about to drive while impaired.last_img read more

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Uganda Cranes make Nigeria’s Super Eagles sweat

first_img 1990Withdrew  2019 to 2023To be determined  1974Group Stage6th301235  1957 to 1959Did not enter  1970 to 1972Did not qualify  1968Group Stage8th300328  1980 to 1982Withdrew  1962Fourth Place4th200215  1963Withdrew  2017Group Stage13th301213 Group L  Standings P W D L F A  PTSUganda     5  4  1  0  7  0  13Tanzania    4  1  2  1  3  4   5C. Verde     5  1  1  3  4  5  4Lesotho     4   0  2  2  2  7  2Uganda’s Africa Cup of Nations record  1978Runners-Up2nd530297 *****SOURCE: FUFAMedia  & Wikipedia  1984 to 1988Did not qualify TotalRunners-Up6/311932141834  1992 to 2015Did not qualify Host nation(s) / YearRoundPositionGPWD*LGSGA  1976Group Stage8th300326 Okwi in action against Nigeria today. PHOTO @officialfufaInternational friendlyNigeria ?? 0 Uganda ?? 0Kampala, Uganda  | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda Cranes and the Nigeria Super Eagles played to a draw in a closely contested international friendly match  at the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, Delta State on TuesdayThe well attended clash was a perfectly contested physical duel that witnessed either sides create goal scoring opportunities but with tight defence lines. Uganda marched on without captain Denis Onyango, and striker Farouk Miya.Uganda Cranes were denied a first half penalty when Jamilu Collins brought down Allan Kyambadde, while Derrick Nsibambi volleyed wide an over head kick inside the goal area in what seemed a great opportunity for Uganda Cranes.Captain Emmanuel Arnold Okwi and Moses Waiswa also attempted at the Nigerian goal in vain.Nigeria’s Ahmed Musa, Alex Iwobi and towering John Ogu were kept under check by the Ugandan defence of Nico Wakiro Wadada, Godfrey Walusimbi, Timothy Denis Awany, Denis Iguma and goalkeeper Salim Jamal.The introduction of Ibrahim Sadam Juma, Patrick Henry Kaddu, Allan Kateregga and Milton Karisa for Tadeo Lwanga, Derrick Nsibambi, Allan Kyambadde and Moses Waiswa failed to break the deadlockThe high profile friendly comes just three days after the Uganda Cranes qualified for a second straight African Cup of Nations finals, by beating Cape Verde 1-0 in Kampala on Saturday.The match was also played hours after a shock result for Uganda’s Under 23 team in the Olympic qualifiers. South Sudan won 2-0 in Juba to advance to the next round 2-1 on agregate.Uganda Cranes XI vs NigeriaSalim Jamal (G.K), Nico Wakiro Wadada, Godfrey Walusimbi, Dennis Iguma, Timothy Denis Awanyi, Khalid Aucho, Tadeo Lwanga, Emmanuel Arnold Okwi, Moses Waiswa, Allan Kyambadde, Derrick Nsibambi.Substitutes: Charles Lukwago (G.K), Isaac Muleme, Isaac Isinde, Milton Karisa, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Allan Kateregga, Ibrahim Sadam Juma, Patrick Kaddu  1965Did not qualify Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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OYC’s Dancing Lights Marine Christmas Show Returns to Percival Landing

first_imgFacebook1kTweet0Pin1 Submitted by The Olympia Yacht ClubDo you love to celebrate Christmas with music and lights? Are you looking for a free and family-friendly event for you and your friends? If you answered yes to any of these, we have great news.The Olympia Yacht Club is presenting the 6th annual Dancing Lights Marine Christmas Show which takes place nightly at 7 p.m. through December 25. This is a computer-animated lights and music show which can be seen and heard from the new covered pavilion on the Percival Landing boardwalk.Come and experience the 45 foot motoryacht KissIntel, decorated with over 20,000 lights set to music. Meet Dora, our friendly sea-dragon, who will sing for you!Listen to music over the loudspeakers, or for an even better musical experience, bring a personal stereo tuned to 100.5 FM.The 45 minute program consists of nine musical selections and runs twice each evening from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.More information on both events can be accessed via our website or you may call the Olympia Yacht Club with questions at 360-357-6767.last_img read more

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