Former MFDA rep permanently banned for suitability failures FCAC to probe banks’ complaints handling processes OBSI updates terms of reference The session, which is scheduled for June 14 in Toronto, will give investors the opportunity to ask questions, discuss the methodology, and provide feedback to OBSI staff. Pre-registration is mandatory by June 11. Investors should please email [email protected] or call Christina Vivani at 1-888-451-4519 ext. 2276. OBSI notes that the event mirrors sessions being organized by the Investment Industry Regulatory Association of Canada and the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada for their members, and it asks dealers to attend the sessions organized by their self-regulatory organizations, rather than the one for the general public. Related news James Langton Keywords Suitability obligations, Dispute resolutionCompanies Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments Share this article and your comments with peers on social media The Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments (OBSI) is hosting an information session for investors on proposed changes to its investment suitability and loss assessment methodology. OBSI issued a consultation paper last year, which set out its process for assessing suitability and calculating losses in assessing investor complaints. Earlier this year, in response to the comments received on the paper, it proposed a number of changes to those processes. Now, it’s organizing a public information session on those processes. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
The band returns to The Met Philly for their second show at the theater on Friday, followed by a show at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. on Saturday. Head to the band’s website for tickets and tour info.Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | The Met Philly | Philadelphia, PA | 9/26/2019Set One: Let It Grow, Crazy Fingers, Till the Morning Comes, My Brother Esau, Here Comes SunshineSet Two: Atlantic City (Bruce Springsteen cover), Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance, Tennessee Jed, The Last Time (The Rolling Stones cover), Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Franklin’s TowerEncore: It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (Bob Dylan cover) Joe Russo’s Almost Dead was back in action on Thursday with the first of two shows at The Met Philly in Philadelphia, PA. The band’s return to Philly (the hometown of guitarist Tom Hamilton) for the two-night run featured a mix of classic rock covers from The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, and more, in addition to the surprise use of confetti cannons later on in the show.Related: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Shares 2018 Tower Theater Performance For ‘Taper Tuesdays’JRAD opened the first half of Thursday’s show with a pair of mid-70s Grateful Dead classics starting with “Let It Grow” followed by “Crazy Fingers”. “Till the Morning Comes” from 1970’s American Beauty came next, followed by the Scott Metzger-sung “My Brother Esau”. The band sent fans into set break following a performance of “Here Comes Sunshine”.Watch the set one opening performance of “Let It Grow” below.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead – “Let It Grow” – 9/26/2019[Video: nugsnet]The band returned to the stage to open the second half of the show with a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Atlantic City”, a fitting move considering the venue’s close proximity to New Jersey right across the river. The set continued with the classic “Lost Sailor” into “Saint of Circumstance” combination, followed by “Tennessee Jed”. Another popular rock cover followed, this time being that of The Rolling Stones’ “The Last Time”, followed by another well-known Dead multi-song combination in “Help on the Way” > “Slipknot!” > “Franklin’s Tower” to close the set. Never really ones to embrace non-musical theatrics, fans in attendance on Thursday were surprised to experience a wall of confetti canons which went off right as the band transitioned into “Franklin’s Tower” for an extra fun ending to the show. Following “Franklin’s”, The band returned for a one-song encore covering Bob Dylan‘s “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue”.Watch the set two opening performance of “Atlantic City” and the confetti-filled moment from the “Slipknot! > “Franklin’s Tower” transition from Thursday’s show below.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead – “Atlantic City” – 9/26/2019[Video: nugsnet]
CROATIA: A self-propelled wagon fitted with a 55 kW diesel generator and hydraulic transmission giving it the ability to move around worksites at up to 100 km/h under remote control has been developed by RZV Čakovec and partners.The prototype has two ballast hoppers which can be hydraulically tipped in three directions, with lineside staff using a remote control handset. The tare weight is 37·3 tonnes, with a payload of 52·7 tonnes or volume of 50 m3. Knorr-Bremse brakes are fitted. The intention is that a locomotive would haul ballast wagons to a worksite, then uncouple and return to base. The self-propelled wagons would be able to move around the site and to nearby worksites under their own power, eliminating the need for the inefficient use of a large locomotive for low-speed short-distance movements. The wagons could also be used for general freight at docks and terminals, with a range of around 1 km. It is not envisaged that the self-propelled wagon would act as a locomotive in in own right to shunt conventional unpowered vehicles. Development has been supported by the EU’s Eco-Innovation Programme, which met half of the €889 386 cost. Participants in the project included Croatian rolling stock manufacturer RZV Čakovec, the University of Zagreb which undertook lifecycle studies, Superna which provided technical support and administration, Institut Kirilo Savi which was responsible for certification and Altius which provided marketing services.
GERMANY: The Land of Thüringen has given advance notice of its intention to directly award incumbent DB Regio a new contract to continue to operate a group of regional passenger services which require the use of tilting diesel-multiple units to achieve the required timings.The Land said a direct award was justified as a market survey had found that only DB Regio had access to suitable vehicles.The contract would run for seven years from December 12 2021, and cover the operation of trains every 2 h on the following routes: Göttingen – Leinefelde – Erfurt – Gera – Glauchau/ Chemnitz, Erfurt – Jena – Gera – Altenburg, Gera – Greiz (until December 2024), Erfurt – Grimmenthal – Würzburg and Ebenhausen – Bad Kissingen.
Caster Semenya has been temporarily cleared to compete in her best track events, following a decision by the Swiss Supreme Court to suspend controversial international gender rules while the athlete’s appeal is being heard.“I am thankful to the Swiss judges for this decision,” Semenya said in a statement released be her lawyers on Monday.The court was expected to issue another ruling on the suspension of the IAAF’s regulations after receiving submissions from the global athletics body, but Semenya was pleased to be allowed to compete unrestricted, albeit for an indefinite period.“I hope that following my appeal I will once again be able to run free,” she said.Semenya had confirmed last week that she would file an appeal after losing a battle against the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), which cleared new rules forcing athletes with differences of sexual development (DSD) to take hormone suppressants in order to compete against women in certain track and field events.Though she had been briefly banned from participating against women over distances ranging from 400m to the mile (1.609km), Semenya had entered the women’s 3 000m race at next month’s Diamond League meeting in Stanford, displaying some defiance by stepping up in distance.Following the latest development, however, she was likely to return to the track over shorter distances while the IAAF rules were suspended.For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.
By KATHRYN BERMINGHAM EVEN from underneath a helmet, the smile on Harvey Peck’s face last Saturday morning was unmistakable. After…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.