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A Sea of Stars - Kate Maryon. Reviewed by Ria (8)

The book that I recommend is “A sea of stars” by Kate Maryon.

This book is mysterious and exciting.

It glows with adventures on every page and has a magical power that glues me to this wonderful read.

Children's Books

My Own Way [BTS - DOPE Rewritten lyrics] / Bulgarian + English

My Own Way  

Ayo, ladies and gentlemen, не го очаквахте точно от мен,                                                                     но дойде големия ден…Моят момент! Моят момент! Ayo!

Начинът ми ви изглежаше смешен. 206 more words

Risk Management and Liability Housekeeping for RIAs

In providing consulting and compliance auditing to investment advisers, I often see what they often consider meaningless issues, but I see as potentially significant issues. Two such issues are improper identification of the registered investment adviser and improper handling of customer complaints. 536 more words

Fiduciary Compliance

Disclosures under SEBI Investment Advisers Regulations

SEBI has always insisted on transparency in doing business. It has mandated various disclosures in almost all its regulations, in line with its mission statement to protect the interest of investors. 1,035 more words

SEBI

Paolo Ballesteros, inaabangan na ng international media sa Tokyo Film Festival

Paolo Ballesteros
Tuloy na tuloy na ang pagdalo ni Paolo Balles­teros, kasama sina Direk Jun Lana at Direk Perci Intalan, sa Tokyo International Film Festival, dahil nakapag paalam na raw siya sa “Eat… Bulaga!” at pinayagan naman. 11 more words

News

5 Key Questions To Ask Before Launching An RIA

Launching an RIA can seem like a daunting task for some advisers. It’s not really just a single major business decision but a barrage of choices that are each equally important in creating a successful enterprise. 38 more words

Recruitment

Conference Tudor Ireland and Renaissance Court Society - Audience and Discourse

Tudor Ireland and Renaissance Court Society: Audience and Discourse

Date: November 3-4 2016,
Location: Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Ireland

This conference, co-organized with University College Cork, augments the current upsurge in Renaissance Irish scholarship by merging it with new scholarship on the Tudor court and on public discourse. 195 more words