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LSH kicked off Euro semi-finals with charity football fundraiser

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Accompanying image (left to right) – John Conteh, boxing legend, Mark Rigby, CEO of Lambert Smith Hampton, Guy Gregory, Lambert Smith Hampton, Head of London officeLambert Smith Hampton (LSH) Speaking after the event, Guy Gregory, LSH Head of London, said: “It is fantastic that despite the tighter economy property people showed their heart and helped to raise such a great sum of money for CLIC Sargent. This event gave us and our clients a chance to give something back.” 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. Howard Lake | 4 July 2008 | News Tagged with: Celebrity corporate Events LSH is a leading commercial property consultancy with an unrivalled national network focused on the UK and Ireland property markets. Its expert teams deliver a full spectrum of transactional and consultancy services and business-driven solutions for clients. LSH is the ‘UK’s most active national agent’, ‘Top National Office and Industrial Agent’ (Estates Gazette’s ‘EGi Deals Competition’) and ‘Industrial Agency Team of the Year’ (Property Week Property Awards 2007). For more media information contact: Sandy Townsend, Director – Head of Marketing, T: 020 7198 2070, E: [email protected] LSH kicked off Euro semi-finals with charity football fundraiser Kat ForseSenior Press OfficerCLIC SargentAbbey Wood Business ParkFiltonBristolBS34 7JUTel. 0117 3148620 Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) offered clients the unique opportunity to attend a sports themed event and charity auction at the FA Headquarters in Soho Square on Wednesday 25 June.Boxing legend and former World Light-Heavyweight Champion, John Conteh, joined LSH directors and clients for an evening of networking and fundraising for CLIC Sargent, the leading children’s cancer charity. “We were thrilled to join LSH at the FA for an evening of fun and socialising whilst raising vital funds for CLIC Sargent. LSH raised more than £3,500 for CLIC Sargent on the evening which will make a huge difference to children and young people with cancer and their families,” says Rachel Williams, Corporate Account Manager for CLIC Sargent.center_img Notes to Editor: Advertisement For any media enquiries please contact Kat Forse in the CLIC Sargent press office on 0117 314 8620 or email: [email protected] to Sub Editors: Please note that the name ‘CLIC Sargent’ should not be abbreviated to CLIC, and that the word ‘CLIC’ should always appear in capitals, as above. Every day in the UK, 10 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer or leukaemia. CLIC Sargent acts as a lifeline keeping families together when the unimaginable happens. We provide clinical, psychosocial, emotional and financial care and support to them and their families. For more information visit www.clicsargent.org.uk  18 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Live coverage of the Euro semi-final was screened throughout the evening and die hard fans also had their picture taken with the FA cup and took part in a raffle to win a signed Chelsea football. The evening kicked off at 6.30pm with a drinks reception and canapés offering plenty of opportunity to network, while casting an eye over the fantastic range of auction lots available. – ENDS – For those keen to be part of foot-balling history there was the opportunity to bid for a mascot place and two guest tickets for the England v Czech Republic game on 20 August. Other exclusive lots on offer included lunch with Lawrence Dallaglio and a signed Year of the Rose book from England’s rugby Grand Slam heroes. Raffle prizes included Gresham Blake Ties designed by Barry McGuigan, Steve Coogan and Jose Mourhino.last_img

Economist Suggests Considering Switch to ARP for Soybeans

first_img Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter SHARE Consider soybean crop insurance switchIt seems likely the price of soybeans at harvest this fall could be much lower than it is now, so it might be time to think about a different crop insurance plan. University of Illinois Agricultural Economist Gary Schnitkey explains the difference between the twofederal crop insurance basic revenue protection forms, Revenue Protection (RP) and Area Risk Protection (ARP.)“RP is what most people buy, Revenue Protection,” he said. “It is a farm level product that makes payments based on what happens to farm yields. ARP is a county level product, so it makes payments based on what happens to county yields and county revenue, but it’s county yields that enter in the equation rather than farm yields for RP.”Schnitkey says there is a basic coverage advantage if you consider the switch this year to the ARP option.“The reason I think farmers should consider it is because they have a 90 percent coverage level in ARP vs. only going up to 85 percent on RP. This year we’re probably looking at some more downside price risk on soybeans and the 90 percent guarantee would cover more of that price risk.”Moving up to a 90 percent coverage level increases the price below which crop insurance payments occur. Given a $10.20 projected February price and a 90 percent coverage level, harvest prices below $9.18 a bushel for soybeans in November ($10.20 x .90) would generate payments, given that the harvest yield equals the guarantee yield. The break-even price drops to $8.67 at an 85 percent RP coverage level, and $8.16 at an 80 percent coverage level.Schnitkey says there are some caveats when switching from RP to ARP.“With ARP you will give up farm level coverage, so you won’t have your individual yields covered and you won’t also have prevented planting or replant payments,” he said.The coverage on ARP begins when the crop is planted. Because ARP uses county yields in its calculations, a farm may not receive a payment if the farm has a poor yield and the county does not. The relative premiums on RP and ARP vary across counties. Not all counties will have a 90% ARP premium that is lower than the 85 percent RP policies.Schnitkey adds a $10.20 per bushel projected price would be $1.35 higher than last year’s projected price of $8.85 per bushel. In and of itself, a higher projected price will offer additional revenue protection on soybeans without the need to consider the merits of RP versus ARP.Source: NAFB News Service Previous articleBeginning Farmers Learning to be Better Financial ManagersNext articleMorning Outlook Andy Eubank Home Indiana Agriculture News Economist Suggests Considering Switch to ARP for Soybeans SHARE Economist Suggests Considering Switch to ARP for Soybeans By Andy Eubank – Feb 6, 2017 last_img

Limerick repossessions court disrupted by group of 30 protestors

first_imgFacebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Previous article‘Get with the times’Next articleLiving City Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsBreaking newsLimerick repossessions court disrupted by group of 30 protestorsBy Staff Reporter – May 8, 2015 640 No vaccines in Limerick yet Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Print Emailcenter_img Twitter WhatsApp First Irish death from Coronavirus TAGSfeatured Advertisement Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A GROUP of up to 30 protestors interrupted proceedings at Limerick Circuit Courthouse this Friday as County Registrar Pat Wallace heard cases of  finacial institutions applying to the courts to repossess properties where borrowers had fallen into difficulty with repayments.30 people took part in a standing protest after the leader of the Irish Democratic Party asked the County Registrar to adjourn the 126 listed cases to allow the Government follow through on their measures to assist home owners in mortgage difficulty.County Registrar Pat Wallace was forced to leave the bench after Brian McCarthy of the Distressed Mortgage Holders, Kerry, Cork and Limerick group, interrupted proceedings and asked Mr Wallace to read a document.Insisting that the County Registrar read a document, Mr McCarthy refused to return to the public gallery until Mr Wallace did so.Asked if he was respondent to a case listed, Mr McCarthy said he was but he wanted to court to read the document because he questioned the viability of the evidence being presented to the court, people’s understanding of process and the fact that the banks were not present in court but represented by agents.Mr Wallace repeatedly asked him to take a seat and the proceedings were eventually halted after Ken Smollen of the Irish Democratic Party took to his feet asking that all cases be adjourned until the government had announced its plans to help keep families in their homes.Around 30 people sitting in the public gallery then stood up in support of Mr Smollen’s call and clapped and cheered loudly.The County Registrar said they were interfering with due process and eventually left the bench after asking the court’s caretaker Oliver McCarthy to notify the Garda sergeant of the disruption.Speaking outside the court, retired Garda Ken Smollen, leader of the Irish Democratic Party said people are terrified by the court process.“Most of these people have never been in court, It’s ok for the likes of me who is actually used to going into court, but these people are terrified.”“We are not trying to stop these cases people are not looking for write offs but we people want fairness. The banks will not engage fairly with people. The banks are refusing to engage fairly with people even though they say people are not engaging with them it’s the banks who are not engaging.“Because the government has actually stated that they are going to announce plans in the coming weeks to help keep families in their homes would it not be fair and appropriate that these cases at least be adjourned until the government has announced these plans?” he said.When the County Registrar returned 20 minutes later, Mr Wallace sympathised with the predicament of those in court but insisted he had a job to do.“Ladies and Gentlemen, I have a job to do. I am really sorry about your predicament. If you remain quiet you can stay in court if you don’t I’ll have to leave again and the gardai will remove you.”At the conclusion of the court sitting, a total of 11 orders had been granted to allow the financial institutions repossess properties where large capital balances, including arrears, had amounted.A large number of the cases were adjourned to the July and September sittings. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHLlast_img

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