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Managing AFS - Keeping it simple

Many times life can feel like running on a treadmill with your hands tied behind your back. We can feel a sense of overwhelm at all that needs to be done, achieved, completed Рand it seems never-ending. 991 more words

SOAP Journal - 28 November 2016 (Exodus 18:18)

You will surely wear out, both yourself and these people who are with you, for the task is too heavy for you; you cannot do it alone. 557 more words


CPBC Delegation Received by Governor of Punjab Mr. Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana

The Governor, Mr. Rajwana took the time to have an interactive dialogue with all the delegates assuring them of the support of the Government of Punjab and acknowledged the contributions of the Pakistani diaspora in their commitment to give back to Pakistan. 134 more words

ESMA updates funds FAQs

ESMA has published updates to its FAQs on:

  • the AIFMD: this includes questions on whether creating a new share class of an AIF which is to marketed cross-border with existing share classes, constitutes a material change to the original notification and a confirmation that where an AIFM notifies a material change to a notification it must submit a full set of documentation with the revised notification letter.
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Overwhelmed? Focus! 

We’re nearing the end of the year and in the world of work, one word best describes the overall environment in the city — busy! And need I mention the obvious preoccupation: shopping for gifts? 361 more words


Some people have been wondering, concerning my last entry about the President’s visit, why I only posted the official photos and didn’t make any myself – … 20 more words


Delegation to Singapore strengthens research collaboration

(Source: wwwen.uni.lu)

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On 15 November 2016, Rainer Klump, President of the University of Luxembourg, took part in the signature event of a research agreement between Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) and the National Research Foundation (NRF) of Singapore. 205 more words

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