Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc (ROYALE.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2008 annual report.For more information about Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc (ROYALE.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc (ROYALE.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc (ROYALE.ng) 2008 annual report.Company ProfileRoyal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc is an insurance company in Nigeria licensed to cover life and non-life insurance. This includes general insurance, health insurance and life assurance. The company also offers banking products and services for asset management, credit financing and microfinancing. General insurance products include money guard, burglary protection, fire protection, transit plan, public building liability, motor guard, workmen’s plan, personal and group care, group life assurance, home secure, aviation, marine, engineering, oil and gas, in-house protection and bonds and professional indemnity services. Other general insurance products include heritage, family support, personal, tuition, investment annuity, educational endowment, endowment plans and mortgage protection assurance products. Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc offers reserve investment accounts, investment notes, high-yield investment papers, vehicle and asset acquisition scheme, mortgage financing and financial advisory services. Credit products include finance and customer leasing, short-term and trade finance loans, and short-term project and LPO financing services. Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc offers a range of products and services for healthcare insurance and operates as a health maintenance organisation which provides financial intermediation within the health industry. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Royal Exchange Assurance Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Jubilee Holdings Limited (JUB.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2010 abridged results.For more information about Jubilee Holdings Limited (JUB.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Jubilee Holdings Limited (JUB.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Jubilee Holdings Limited (JUB.ke) 2010 abridged results.Company ProfileJubilee Holdings Limited is an investment holding company primarily operating in the insurance sector; with subsidiaries in Kenya, Burundi, Mauritius, Tanzania, Uganda and Pakistan. The company underwrites life and non-life insurance risks associated with death, disability, health, property and liability. Jubilee Holdings offers general insurance products which cover engineering, fire, marine, motor, personal accident, theft, workmen’s compensation and employer’s liability. The company also issues a portfolio of investment contracts to provide asset management solutions for savings and retirement funds. Other interests include fund management, property development and management, and power generation which includes providing fiber optic broadband cable connectivity services. Its head office is in Nairobi, Kenya. Jubilee Holdings Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
I’ll be the first to admit I’ve been somewhat critical about the BT (LSE: BT.A) share price in the past.I believed the FTSE 100 company was struggling for direction in the highly competitive UK telecoms market. Management’s decision to enter the pay-tv market and spend billions on football broadcasting rights also seemed to be unwise. Certainly considering its high level of debt and terrible customer service reputation. 5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…However, while I still believe the business faces significant challenges, I think its outlook is steadily improving. With this being the case, I think the BT share price has become one of the best opportunities in the FTSE 100. FTSE 100 investmentThere are a handful of reasons why I think the company’s outlook is improving. First off, management has changed direction.Rather than focusing on growth, the business now seems to be doubling down on improving its existing offer. BT is spending billions over the next few years boosting its broadband network. The organisation has also invested in its store network and customer service. These are all part of management’s goal to improve the company’s relationship with customers.At the same time, the group has been removing unnecessary layers of management. This should help streamline the enterprise and help it adapt better and move faster to changing conditions in the telecoms market. Debt is also starting to come down. According to the company’s latest trading update, BT’s net debt as of 31 December was £17.3bn, down from £18.2bn the same date the prior year. BT share price risks Unfortunately, the lower level of borrowing came at a cost. The firm didn’t pay a dividend last year. The money saved reduced net debt and some was reinvested back into the business. Therefore, it seems unlikely the company will be able to maintain this level of debt reduction. I think that’s a big risk to the BT share price outlook. Also, while BT has been investing more in its infrastructure over the past two months, it isn’t alone. Competitors have been doing the same. Firms such as CityFibre and Virgin Media have also been spending big sums to boost their connectivity and attract customers. BT can’t afford to take it easy. Then there’s the risk of regulatory measures to consider. Regulators have threatened BT with action if the corporation doesn’t invest more in its network. This is something the company can’t control. If regulators ever decided to take action, the BT share price would undoubtedly suffer. 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Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Rector Shreveport, LA Evangelism Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Rector Collierville, TN Diocese of Iowa’s 165th Annual Convention in 2017. Photo: Meg Wagner[Episcopal News Service] A spiritual force in Iowa, whispering throughout the classic film “Field of Dreams,” reconciled a farmer to his estranged father and inspired millions of devotees. On the real ground in Iowa today, a Jesus-centered energy is creating change after every Episcopal congregation held a revival last year.The results will be celebrated at the 166th Annual Diocesan Convention at the Cathedral of St. Paul in Des Moines Oct. 26-28, headlined by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry. He and others praise Iowa as a diocese to watch for innovation, revival and models that the Episcopal Church needs to follow, especially as data shows a significant drop in active baptized members and Sunday attendance in the church’s domestic dioceses.Here are some of the results from Iowa’s 40 revivals in 2017:The Beloved Community Initiative for Racial Justice, Healing, and Reconciliation, which aims to “grow a community of reconcilers, justice-makers, and healers,” was established in Iowa City. With interfaith and secular community partners, this safe space hosts workshops and trainings that focus on dismantling racism. The diocese hosts and collaborates with community groups that are working toward building an interfaith worshipping community focused on racial healing.Videoconferencing equipment has been installed in every Episcopal church in Iowa so worshippers can connect with other churches, watch livestream events and more. Parishes can tap iowashare.org for resources of all kinds.New people and ideas are continuing revival work in a 2018 series, “Growing Iowa Leaders.” In 2019, the diocese will focus on “Engaging All Disciples” for revival-inspired action. Iowa Bishop Allan Scarfe calls 2018-2019 “a hope-filled endeavor in planning a great future for us as followers of Jesus, as we engage each congregation in joint intentional planning for mission and spiritual vitality.”Inspired by the revivals and wishing to extend their reach, an anonymous donor gave the diocese $100,000 to support the videoconferencing equipment and another $100,000 to underwrite the 2018-2019 follow-up work. This week’s convention will close Sunday morning with a Eucharist simulcast to every congregation.Young people, mostly women, have presented bold new solutions to sustaining the church in Iowa. Episcopalians are joining an ecumenical group in Des Moines for a monthly public worship witness that responds to the mounting attacks against people of color, immigrants and others.At the Episcopal Church’s 79th General Convention in July, resolutions were passed to support liturgical innovation, accessibility and vitality — inspired by the Iowa revivals.Dynamic speakers from across the country have visited Iowa in 2018 as much to catch the revival vibe as to keep it going. Last month, a congregation in Waterloo, population 68,000, hosted the Rev. Daniel Vélez-Rivera, a national expert in church startups.“I expected to see 15-20 people when I got there, but there was double that number, and they were hungry to make a difference,” said Vélez-Rivera, who was astounded by the vast cornfields near one church. “Something happened to them in these revivals, and they are capitalizing on this energy to do more.”“There is so much for us to learn from Iowa,” said the Rev. Stephanie Spellers, canon to the presiding bishop for evangelism, reconciliation and stewardship of creation. “They are bootstrapping, especially by modeling small church vitality — the majority of their churches have fewer than 50 people.“In my visit there in 2017, I saw hands raised in worship, grown men crying and people turning to their neighbors and sharing stories of faith. I saw stations for creating art for healing, and laypeople offering testimony that makes you want to say ‘yes’ and ‘amen.’ I saw guitars and organs, and children fully incorporated into worship. I saw churches coming to full flower, and I saw our whole future as the Episcopal Church.”If you build itWell before Curry’s election in 2015, and his premise that revivals were a linchpin for energizing the “Episcopal branch of the Jesus movement,” the seeds of revival had been planted among Iowans for years.During the Iowa Diocese’s 2013 trip to its companion diocese in South Sudan, Scarfe and the Rev. Kathleen Milligan were struck by the intense emotion of the South Sudanese worshippers.A parishioner at St. Anne’s by-the-Fields in Ankeny, Iowa, gives his testimony at a revival. Photo: Meg WagnerLike Scarfe, Milligan had roots in Methodism and was very familiar with the power of revivals. Scarfe mentioned that since high school he had prayed daily for revival in the church. Milligan, who was rector of St John’s Episcopal Church in Dubuque, offered to pray with him. In the next couple of pre-Curry years, the idea of revival began to ignite, especially after Milligan and Scarfe learned of Lutheran revival work at Wartburg Seminary in Dubuque.“I preached my ‘you have lost your first love’ revival sermon for the first time at the diocesan convention in 2016,” Milligan said. “That was right before the presidential election, and I was beginning to think that this was more than I thought it was about. I think it was meant, in part, to speak to what was going on in our nation in 2017.”For 40 days before the revival, parishioners were asked to pray for revival. Each revival followed the same general format: a sermon, testimonies, and stations for prayer, anointing and renewal of baptismal vows. Scarfe did not preach at the revivals; the four main revival preachers were women.The year of revival kicked off and ended with a revival service at the Iowa Diocesan Convention. In between, the services grew and expanded as different pieces were added, including different prayer stations.About 1,000 people attended the 40 revivals over 10 months. The largest revival hosted 80 people; the smallest, six.Congregations were encouraged to express their creativity to make their communities welcome at the revivals. The liturgy was based on an evangelical Lutheran revival service; the presentation varied, from gospel music to bluegrass, from finger labyrinths to journaling. At one church, a wailing wall accepted prayers on slips of paper.Iowa Bishop Alan Scarfe sets the Holy Spirit loose in a bouncy house at the revival in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Photo: Lydia BucklinIn Council Bluffs, a bouncy house “was the most unique thing I saw at a revival,” Scarfe said with a laugh. “We laughed and let the Holy Spirit loose!”Ease his painThe concept of “revival” is foreign and intimidating to many Episcopalians. “And for some of our people who have grown up in Baptist and Pentecostal churches, revivals can be painful experiences, connected to emotional manipulation,” Scarfe said. “For gay or lesbian people who were prayed for to become straight at a revival, that experience may have been traumatic.”To blunt the connotation of that word, the diocesan revival organizers offered related messaging: renewal, rekindle, recharge.“What makes this an Episcopal revival, and not just an altar call and goodbye, is asking what the good news looks like in your context,” said Carrie Headington, a consultant for evangelism to the Episcopal Church. “If Jesus walked into your community, what needs would he see first and how would he share the message of hope?”For Miki Allen of Chariton, Iowa, a revival brought a new blessing. “I came thirsty and I left refilled, renewed and recharged in amazing ways,” she said in feedback collected by the diocese. “Returning to my Episcopal roots was truly a blessing. The prayers for me brought me back to the reality of the Holy Spirit’s purpose for me in my faith journey.”Go the distance During planning for the 2017 revivals, pushback from small churches made the scope expand. A diocesan task force nicknamed “Horton Hears the Small Church” reported that these parishioners weren’t keen on traveling to bigger churches to get their revival on.At each revival, written or drawn prayers of intention were captured on large canvas art boards that were then carried forward to each revival that came after, and finally displayed all together at the revival service at the Diocese of Iowa’s 165th Annual Convention. Photo: Meg WagnerThat’s when Scarfe turned each of his 20 visitations in 2017 into a chapter revival, with two smaller churches on Friday and the visitation the next day at the larger church in that area.One small town’s revival drew seven people. Two were lapsed Pentecostal Christians who received prayers for the gift of the spirit. The two were inspired to join the church and today are very active, Scarfe said.A revival was even held at the Iowa State Fair. “It was an example of how leadership of Episcopalians led us out into the community to share the body (bread) and blood (cup of salvation) with our friends and neighbors in a public setting,” David Nixon of Emmetsburg said in comments to the diocese.For the diocese, 2017 turned into a listening tour that continues today.“We are still seeing the seeds sown in the revivals emerging,” said the Rev. Meg Wagner, diocesan missioner for communications, reconciliation and new initiatives. “It has shifted the work of the diocese in major ways, from how we interact with church leadership to how we support and resource congregations to thrive into the future.”Heading into this weekend’s diocesan convention, Scarfe issued a revivalist’s warning in the recent diocesan newsletter. “Watch out for revivals!” he said. “Invariably they have signaled difficult times ahead for society, and for the church in serving the needs of society. They are not spiritual entertainment, but an aspect of God seeking to find ways to get our attention.”Curry’s participation in this weekend’s diocesan convention, Scarfe added, is a culmination of the revival movement and an invitation to keep riding its momentum. The 2017 revivals included a bus trip to Kansas City to hear Curry preach about revivals. The passengers sang revival songs on the three-hour trip.“It is no coincidence that our chief revivalist is coming to diocesan convention to help us accentuate our revival efforts,” Scarfe wrote to Iowans recently. “Don’t let the opportunity to receive him and let him point us to Jesus’ way of love pass you by. It is our time for God’s preparation of us as effective Jesus followers and for ‘our light to shine forth like the day.’”— Michelle Hiskey is an Atlanta-based freelance writer and member of St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church. 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2011 Cloudy House / LASC studio Architects: LASC studio Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs: STAMERS KONTORText description provided by the architects. The Cloudy House is an extension of a 1930’s house, which had become too small for the young and expanding family in residence. The roof of the existing house seems to stretch out over the extension, giving the extension a dynamic and contemporary expression, while clearly communicating its origin from the existing building. The shape of the extension sensitively picks up existing features like roof angles and windows placements of the old house. An angled terrace allows for new views to the garden, its edge consists of a built-in bench that seems to fold out of the facade. Save this picture!© STAMERS KONTORThe horizontally ribbed wood facade emphasizes the appearance of the new roof unfolding from the existing house. The decreasing density of the horizontals adds to this dynamic expression. The extension meets the existing house through large windows, allowing light to enter both, while creating a subtle connection between the two. Save this picture!© STAMERS KONTORInside, a massive wooden loft hovers over the new living room. The enclosure of the loft is translucent and allows light to pass through to the living room from the large dormer window above. The loft is suspended from the ceiling by thin steel rods that stress the floating and cloud-like appearance. Save this picture!© STAMERS KONTORThe loft is reached through a wooden ladder that stands on a concrete platform, connecting the old with the new. The loft is intended as a bedroom. With atelier-like windows offering a view to the stars and treetops, one sleeps as if on a cloud on a starry night. Save this picture!© STAMERS KONTORThe translucent enclosure reveals merely shadows of what happens behind, adding to the ephemeral character of the extension. From within the loft the effect is opposite—the enclosure secludes the space from the living room by blurring the immediate context. All the windows in the extension are placed flush with the interior walls, making the walls appear thin and bright. During the day, the large oversized windows let light into both the extension and into the existing part of the house. At night, the illuminated translucent walls light up the living room, creating a paradoxical atmosphere that simultaneously combines intimacy and openness.Project gallerySee allShow lessSaint-Michel Soccer Stadium Proposal / Paul LaurendeauArticlesInterpretation and Visitors Center / VAUMM ArchitectsArticles Share United States Cloudy House / LASC studioSave this projectSaveCloudy House / LASC studio Houses Save this picture!© STAMERS KONTOR+ 25 Share Projects Year: “COPY” CopyHouses•United States Photographs “COPY” CopyAbout this officeLASC studioOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWoodHousesUnited StatesPublished on September 18, 2011Cite: “Cloudy House / LASC studio” 18 Sep 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
Home Local News Education UTPB hires new dean of the College of Business WhatsApp Local NewsEducation UTPB hires new dean of the College of Business By admin – May 29, 2018 Facebook Pinterest Steve Beach has been selected as the new dean of the College of Business at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. His appointment is effective Aug. 1.He will replace Bill Price, who will return to the faculty and teach this summer, said Chief of Staff / Director of University Communications Tatum Hubbard. She said in an email that the move was voluntary.Beach comes to UTPB after serving as associate dean and professor of finance in the College of Business and Economics at Radford University where he has been on the faculty since 2001.He has also taught at Loyola Marymount University and Texas State University.He had a crucial role in the recent renewal of Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business accreditation at Radford and consults for the CFA Institute, helping develop curriculum and training for the certificate in investment performance measurement. CFA stands for chartered financial analyst.Dr. Beach has provided consulting services to manufacturing firms, marketing consulting firms, government-finance officer associations and a plastics recycling firm.“The excitement surrounding UT Permian Basin right now is infectious. It will be my honor to work with President Woodley, the faculty and staff of the University, and industry leaders to take this campus to even greater heights. I am thrilled to be back in Texas and looking forward to being part of the Midland-Odessa community. I am ready to fly like a Falcon,” Beach said in a news release.Beach has garnered several teaching awards and was founding adviser of the Radford University Student Managed Investment Portfolio Organization, which won two international competitions for performance in managing investment assets. Beach was associate director of Radford’s Governmental and Nonprofit Assistance Center from 2012-2016, the release said.“We are assembling a team of talented and innovative people to lead this University into the future. Steve Beach is the kind of leader we need to ensure that graduates from UT Permian are highly recruited and well prepared for the workforce,” UTPB President Sandra Woodley said in the release.Beach earned his Ph.D. from Washington State University and his master’s of business administration and BSBA from Tennessee Tech. His research has focused on global portfolio management, personal finance and downside risk measures.Steve is married to Rachael Beach, a middle school teacher and native of Austin. They have two children: Zack, 25 and a graduate of Radford University, and Cypress, 22, a student at Virginia Tech. OCA top 2 were ESL students Southern Style Potato SaladSmoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionVirgin Coco MojitoPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Pinterest Noel earns award Steve Beach, Dean of the College of Business at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin Facebook Twitter Registration set for engineering camp Previous articleOPD officers arrest suspect in hit and runNext articlePolice: ‘Operation Graduation’ deterred underage drinking admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter WhatsApp
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Senator Cecilia Keavney has told the Seanad that more use could be made of the Fishery Training College in Greencastle to provide training for officers to serve on commercial and tanker shipping.Speaking during a debate on the 2009 Merchant Shipping Bill, Senator Keavney said a conference in Norway was told recently that there are shortages in the number of trained cadets available across Europe.She says this could be an opportunity for Inishowen………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/cecil3pm.mp3[/podcast] Google+ Google+ Pinterest Twitter 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Keavney says officers for merchant shipping could be trained in Greencastle Pinterest Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North News WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Previous articleCope seeks to have EU support for IFI extendedNext articleDerry delegation presents City of Culture bid in Liverpool News Highland By News Highland – June 17, 2010 Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
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