Starwin Products Limited (SPL.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Pharmaceuticals sector has released it’s 2018 interim results for the half year.For more information about Starwin Products Limited (SPL.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Starwin Products Limited (SPL.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Starwin Products Limited (SPL.gh) 2018 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileStarwin Products Limited manufactures and markets generic pharmaceutical and consumer health products for the local Ghana market and for export. The company produces a range of analgesics, antacids/laxatives, anti-allergies, multivitamins and haematinics. Its analgesic range includes Rapiriol, Paracetemol and Painoff; anti-allergics include Asmadrin and Star Cold tablets; antacids include Starwins Milk of Magnesia and Starwins Liver Salt; syrups include Paraking, Expectolyn and Starprovite. The company was founded in 1960 and was formerly known as Sterling Pharmaceuticals Ghana Limited; its name was changed in 1993. Dannex Limited is a majority shareholder (71.3%) in the business. Starwin Products Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
ABC Banking Coporation Ltd (ABCB.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Banking sector has released it’s 2018 interim results for the half year.For more information about ABC Banking Coporation Ltd (ABCB.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the ABC Banking Coporation Ltd (ABCB.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: ABC Banking Coporation Ltd (ABCB.mu) 2018 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileABC Banking Corporation Limited is a financial institution that specialises in the provision of banking services for individuals as well as corporate institutions. The company’s offered services include, covers deposits, lending and cards, leasing as well as trade finance and treasury products, catering for both the local and international markets. ABC Banking Corporation Limited operates in three man pillars which are; domestic banking, international banking and treasury operations. ABC Banking Corporation Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis2 88 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis2 Tagged with: Funding Northern Ireland Youth The Department of Communities (DfC) in Northern Ireland has opened a new funding call to promote good relations and reconciliation for young people in need.Uniting Opportunities, a small grants programme from the Together: Building a United Community Strategy, will target young people, aged between 11 and 24 years, who identify with the following groups: Young and HomelessYoung People with poor mental health and/or addictionsYoung refugees and asylum seekersYoung offenders (and young people most at risk of offending)Young people in careYoung people with a disabilityUniting Opportunities projects, which will receive funding from £5,000 to £30,000, will be delivered through sport, physical and creative activity by addressing the barriers to community participation that some young people face.Stage one of the process is now open for applications. The Stage one information provided will enable DfC to assess applicants’ suitability to deliver projects to the target groups and compile a list of project delivery partners that will be held for a period of up to 24 months. DfC will then issue a call for project proposals, subject to identified need and it is envisaged that the first of these this will take place during October 2017. DfC are holding a number of workshops this week to discuss the programme in more detail with interested organisations. Applications for the Uniting Opportunities programme close at 4pm on Friday 22 September 2017. Howard Lake | 13 September 2017 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. New youth funding from N Ireland government 87 total views, 1 views today Advertisement
Comic Relief & NET announce new £3.4m fund for BAME projects 1,539 total views, 2 views today Comic Relief and National Emergencies Trust have set up a new £3.4 million fund to provide support to hundreds of small Black, Asian, and minority ethnic focused projects across the UK. The fund aims to help vulnerable communities by supporting Black, Asian and minority ethnic projects struggling to continue their services because of the pandemic. It includes £2.75m in emergency funding from NET’s Coronavirus Appeal.Comic Relief and NET are providing the money through 10 BAME-led organisations, which will in turn provide the funding. The 10 organisations specialise in and will fund small projects across a range of services including mental health, domestic abuse, sports provision, gender, racial equality and family services. Each has been awarded between £275,000 to £440,000 to distribute to UK projects. The grants will be available from mid-July with each organisation setting their criteria and grant amounts individually, and applicants applying to them directly.The organisations include: Imkaan – a charity working with Black, minoritised and migrant women’s communities, The ATM – a non-profit organisation committed to tackling discrimination and promoting fairer and more equitable societies, Sporting Equals – who promote equal, ethnically diverse sport, and work across the health and physical activity sector, BAWSO – an organisation who deliver a range of services to thousands of people across Wales, including refuges, domestic abuse service, child services and outreach projects, and Next Step – an initiative that empowers, transform and supports African communities in Scotland.In addition, Comic Relief is earmarking a further £1.8m from its new £9m Change Makers programme specifically for BAME projects.Jacqueline Onalo, Comic Relief Trustee said:“The disproportionate effect of Covid-19 on Black and Asian communities has been truly devastating. Smaller projects that work within these communities have also been adversely effected, after many years of neglect, with many at risk of closure. Our ring fenced funding aims to directly address these inequalities and empower BAME-led organisations, with specialist expertise, to reach and support grassroot local projects that are a lifeline to the people they help. Alongside the £1.8 million Change Maker BAME grants, I hope we can make a real difference to hundreds of projects struggling to support people throughout the pandemic and its recovery.“John Herriman, CEO, National Emergencies Trust said: Advertisement “Partnering with Comic Relief to support BAME-led charities means we can continue to get emergency funds to those that need them most, while building vital capacity where there’s been historic underinvestment. Since our Coronavirus Appeal launched in mid-March, around 17% of funds distributed have gone to projects primarily benefitting BAME communities and around 12% have gone to BAME-led groups. It’s an encouraging start, but we know these communities have been the hardest hit by this pandemic and that more needs to be done. That’s why this partnership with Comic Relief is such an important step.” Tagged with: Comic Relief Funding inclusion 1,540 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 Melanie May | 2 July 2020 | News 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.
Chokwe LumumbaIn a historic election, long-time Black political activist and civil rights attorney Chokwe Lumumba was elected mayor of Jackson, Miss., on June 5, winning a whopping 87 percent of the vote. For decades, Lumumba fought for the right to self-determination for Black people. He was vice president of the Republic of New Afrika, which demanded that the southeastern region of the U.S. be ruled under the auspices of an independent Black government as part of reparations for the unpaid labor of enslaved Africans and the continuing legacy of white supremacy.The RNA became a target of the FBI’s Counter Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO), resulting in spying on, physical assaults and jailings of RNA leaders, similar to what happened to the Black Panthers. Lumumba was also the attorney for Black freedom fighter Assata Shakur, who was forced into exile in Cuba after she escaped from a New Jersey prison, and the late hip-hop artist Tupac Shakur, whose mother, Afeni Shakur, was one of the imprisoned Panther 21.Lumumba legally defended the Scott sisters, Jamie and Gladys, who were falsely accused of robbery and sentenced to double life sentences in a Mississippi prison before they were pardoned due to national mass pressure.Lumumba was elected to the Jackson City Council in 2009. When he decided to run for mayor last year, he described himself as a “Fannie Lou Hamer Democrat.” Hamer was the dynamic Black civil rights activist who founded the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, which challenged an entrenched, racist, all-white local delegation at the 1964 Democratic National Convention. The MFDP demanded the right to political representation for Black people, including the right to vote.What led to Lumumba’s mayoral victory was a political program called “The Jackson Plan: A Struggle for Self-Determination, Participatory Democracy, and Economic Justice.”In describing this platform, which comes from the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and the Jackson People’s Assembly, Lumumba stated on “Democracy Now!”: “We have formed like a people’s assembly, that’s key to what we’ve done here, where we have — every three months, the population can come out and participate in an open forum to say what’s on their mind. They can come out and learn some of the problems that the city is facing and some of the solutions that some of the problem solvers are supposed to be offering.“And this will bring about more public education and political education to the population of the city, make our population more prepared to be motivated and organized in order to participate in the changes which must occur in the city of Jackson in order to move it forward. We say the people must decide. ‘Educate, motivate, organize.’” (June 6)Mississippi ranks as the poorest U.S. state. Jackson is 80 percent African American and 20 percent white, with a growing number of Latino/a and East Asian immigrants. More than 36 percent of the population live in poverty.The Lumumba electoral victory is a hopeful sign that the local population will have a voice in determining any economic and political progress.Lumumba’s inauguration is scheduled for July 1, a mere three weeks after the 50th anniversary of the assassination in Jackson of revered civil rights leader Medgar Evers. To read more about the Jackson People’s Assembly, visit tinyurl.com/mbzqyqo.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Church leaders condemn mayor’s disparaging comments Local NewsGovernment City hosts meeting on University widening Twitter Previous articlePastor: Popular culture hinders evangelismNext articleBOYS SOCCER: Odessa High splits final two games at West Texas A&M Showcase admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp By admin – January 20, 2018 More Information City officials will have a public meeting on Monday to update University Boulevard residents about the impending project to widen the thoroughfare, with clearance work set to begin by the end of the month.The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. Monday in the Odessa College fine arts auditorium, 201 W. University Blvd.The $15 million project, funded through a 2013 public works bond, will widen the thoroughfare to five lanes and straighten a curve near the YMCA. Construction could take two years, but city officials do not plan to close the thoroughfare.Plans call for crews this month to begin clearing land for the widened roadway, including utility poles and fences. Traffic Operations Superintendant Hal Feldman said traffic should be reduced to one lane in each direction.“We are attempting to keep University open during construction, but there are going to be delays, so we are advising people to seek an alternate route if you don’t have a destination in that corridor,” Feldman said.Last month, the city reported reaching deals to purchase all 72 properties sought along University Boulevard to make way for the widening project, ruling out the use of eminent domain. Total costs of the acquisitions were estimated at about $1.47 million.The city is still finalizing a deal to buy a new building for Masons in exchange for their Fellowship Lodge No. 1385 at 3041 E. University Blvd.The company that will clear the roadway is Onyx General Contractors, which was awarded a more than $2.1 million contract by the city last month.Clearance work is expected to wrap up around June. Plans call for road construction to follow in late summer 2018 on the first phase of the project, widening the area of the thoroughfare from Andrews Highway to Maple Avenue.If You Go Landgraf staffer resigns following investigation University Improvement Project Public Meeting. Motorists drive through the curves along University Boulevard in which the city plans to straighten and turn into five lanes after acquiring multiple properties. The development follows the Odessa City Council’s Tuesday authorization of setting aside more than $1.152 million to fund the right of way acquisitions. Pinterest Pinterest What: University Boulevard widening project updateWhen: 6 p.m. MondayWhere: Odessa College’s fine arts auditorium, 201 W. University Blvd. Facebook Landgraf prepares for state budget debate Home Local News Government City hosts meeting on University widening Southern Style Potato SaladSummer Spaghetti SaladSlap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasserolePowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay
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Neda Navab, East. Joined in 2018 from Sidewalk Labs. She was chief of staff to Robert Reffkin and now oversees Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Nashville, Atlanta and Florida.Rory Golod, president of Compass NY. Joined in 2014 from e-commerce site Fancy.com. Spent two years as chief of staff to Reffkin.Leonard Steinberg, chief evangelist. Former top broker at Douglas Elliman, who was Compass’ first big-name agent hire in 2014 and helped attract top talent. Doesn’t directly report to anyone; doesn’t have corporate decision-making power. Runs the Leonard Steinberg Team; was formerly president of the firm. CorporateMatt Rosenberg, chief revenue officer. Joined in 2018 after a similar role at Eventbrite. Oversees agent recruitment, growth and onboardingJason Gelman, senior director of revenue strategy and operations. Joined in 2018 from content-marketing firm Percolate.Christina Oliver, director of M&A. Joined in 2015 from Merrill Lynch.Robert Koehler, director of sales effectiveness. Joined in 2018 after sales management positions at HP and LinkedIn.Chris Aker, head of strategic growth. Joined in 2018 from Eventbrite. Oversees agent recruiting.Anand Mehta, chief people officer (focused on employees, not agents). Joined in August from Bridgewater Associates, where he was head of people and talent.Jodi Taylor, head of diversity and inclusion. Her job extends to agents.Margaret Smith, head of talent management.Pooneet Kant, SVP of expansion. Joined Compass in 2016 from Uber.Peter Jonas, head of business development (i.e., ancillary services, including title and escrow). Joined Compass in 2018 from Facebook and Uber. Was head of Compass’ Western region until last month.David O’Connell, chief of staff to Robert Reffkin. Former attorney who joined Compass in 2017 as strategic growth manager.Sarah Fisher, head of communications. Joined in February 2020 after eight years at Google. Formerly a policy analyst in the U.S. House of Representatives. SalesMike Coscetta, chief sales and strategic officer. Joined in 2018 from Square, where he was VP of global sales. Oversees programs, including Concierge (where Compass fronts money for minor repairs) and Bridge Lending.Carly Litzenhall, senior director, new ventures. Joined in 2018 from Nielsen and Accenture. Former chief of staff to COO and led bridge lending service.Justin D’Adamo, head of new development. Joined in 2016 after 15 years at Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group.Beth Butler, regional director of new development, Southeast. Joined in 2015 after serving as COO for ONE Sotheby’s International Realty in South Florida.Tara Hogan, co-head of development in New York. Joined in 2019 from Stribling after the firm was acquired by Compass.Steve Rutter, co-head of development in New York. Joined in 2019 from Stribling after the firm was acquired by Compass. Ori Allon and Robert ReffkinAs it prepares for what would be one of the most anticipated IPOs of a residential firm in years, Compass has overhauled its C-suite and reorganized key departments.The firm has 18,000 agents (who are independent contractors) on its roster as well as over 2,000 employees nationwide. Since the departure of COO Maelle Gavet last year, seven C-level execs report to co-founder and CEO Robert Reffkin. Here’s who else calls the shots.Read related story: A different kind of residential listingOri AllonCo-founder and chairman of the board. Allon is the founder with the technical chops and Silicon Valley connects. He previously sold a startup, Orion, to Google and another one, Julpan, to Twitter. He worked as director of engineering in Twitter’s NYC office after the acquisition.Fun fact: Allon owned an Israeli basketball team, Hapoel Jerusalem B.C., which he bought in 2013, a year after founding Compass.Robert ReffkinCo-founder and CEO. After stints at McKinsey and Lazard, he was a White House fellow and later chief of staff to Goldman Sachs COO Gary Cohn.Fun fact: Reffkin started a DJ business as a teenager. His performing name? DJ Zahav, Hebrew for golden. His mom is an agent at Compass. = Reports directly to Reffkin TechJoseph Sirosh, CTO. Joined in 2018 to oversee the engineering team. He came from Microsoft, where he was CTO of AI and, before that, led machine-learning initiatives at Amazon.Ugo Di Girolamo, director of engineering and co-founder. Was at GE, Google, Julpan (with Ori Allon) and Twitter before launching Compass with Allon and Reffkin in 2012.Mark Humphrey, vice president of engineering. Joined in 2016 from FactSet.Rahul Singh, vice president of engineering. Joined in February 2019 from software company Puppet. Also ex-Amazon.Andrew Sheh, vice president of engineering. ProductGreg Hart, chief product officer. Joined in April 2020 after 23 years at Amazon, most recently heading Prime Video.Matt Spangler, chief marketing solutions. A brand strategist who came from Tribeca Enterprises, which produces the Tribeca Film Festival.Greg Petroff, SVP of product design and UX research. Joined in November from software company ServiceNow. Spent five years at GE as chief experience officer.Roman Valiouline, director of product management. Joined Compass in 2015.Ashrit Kamireddi, senior director of product. Joined in 2018. Previously co-founded VeryApt, an apartment review startup. Was one of four execs from that firm hired by Compass.Manish Dalmia, senior director of product. Joined in July 2020 after 12 years at Amazon. FinanceKristen Ankerbrandt, CFO. Joined in 2018 after 12 years with the Carlyle Group and, before that, Goldman Sachs.Scott Wahlers, chief accounting officer. Joined in 2018 after working as controller and treasurer at WebMD.Scott Grossman, vice president of corporate financial planning. Joined in October 2020 after holding a similar role at Spotify. Formerly HBO and CBS Radio.Gary Kurotori, CFO West Region. Previously CFO of Pacific Union, which was acquired by Compass in 2018.Urvin Pandya, CFO East Region. Joined Compass in 2019 after 16 years at Realogy. Realogy later accused him of sharing private documents and sued to enforce his noncompete; it dropped the suit this year. Business OpsRob Lehman, chief business officer. Former McKinsey associate who joined Compass five months after launch. Oversees regional operations and growth.*Each regional president oversees regional marketing and agents.Kamini Lane, West. Joined in 2019. Previously, chief marketing officer at resale marketplace Tradesy. Oversees San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Hawaii and Seattle markets.Mark McLaughlin, president of Compass California. Sold SF-based Pacific Union to Compass in 2018. Share via Shortlink LegalBrad Serwin, General Counsel. Joined this May after five years as GC at Glassdoor. Previously led legal team at eBay.Iris Lichtman, deputy General Counsel. Joined in 2016.Timothea Letson, deputy General Counsel. Joined in 2018. The BoardEileen Murray. Joined April 2020. Co-CEO of Bridgewater Associates and formerly an exec at Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse.Charles Phillips. Joined September 2020. Former president of Oracle. Served on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and President Barack Obama’s Economic Recovery Board.Steven Sordello. Joined November 2020. CFO of LinkedIn, where he oversaw its $4 billion IPO in 2011.Pamela Thomas-Graham. Joined February 2020. Former CMO of Credit Suisse and CEO of CNBC Television and CNBC.com. Also serves on the board of Clorox, Peloton and Bumble.Contact E.B. Solomont Danielle Wilkie, Central. Joined in 2018 from Craftsy, a video-on-demand site acquired by NBC in 2017. Oversees markets in Colorado, Texas and Chicago.Rachael Rohn, president of Compass Chicagoland. Joined in 2018 from Outcome Health. Email Address* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Message* Full Name* TagscompassIPOsOri AllonResidential BrokerageRobert Reffkin