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Hillside Motorsports Transfers Ownership

first_imgCenterPoint Business Advisors of Littleton, NH is pleased to announce the transfer of Hillside Motorsports. The business has been owned and operated by Alex, Mary Lou, and Jeremy DeFelice for over 12 years. Hillside Motorsports is a powersports dealership in White River Junction, VT that sells and services a complete line of Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Arctic Cat products as well as full lines of parts & accessories.Bruce Lyskawa, a veteran of the powersports industry and owner of Lebanon Motor Toys in Lebanon, New Hampshire has purchased the business. Mr. Lyskawa also owns A-1 Motorsports in Manchester, NH, and Concord Motorsports in Concord, NH. Mr. Lyskawa will be consolidating Hillside Motorsports into the Lebanon location, and will close the facility in White River. Mr. Lyskawa looks forward to the synergy that will be created by joining the two businesses and will continue the same great service that customers received from the DeFelice family. For any questions, please contact Lebanon Motor Toys at (603) 448-9434.CenterPoint Business Advisors represented the DeFelice family and assisted Bruce Lyskawa with the transfer of the business. CenterPoint Business Advisors provides business consulting, valuation and brokerage throughout New England, is external).last_img read more

COVID-19: Four foreigners questioned in Bali after partying despite calls for physical distancing

first_img“Some foreigners had a party at a villa in Canggu district, Badung, Bali, on Sunday evening,” the video was captioned. He added that police also seized a number of mobile phones as evidence in the case.Read also: COVID-19: Bali has no intention of applying large-scale social restrictionsInstagram account @infobalitoday posted on Monday a video showing more than a dozen people partying in a villa on the resort island, ignoring the government’s call for physical distancing to flatten the COVID-19 curve. Police have questioned four foreigners in Bali after a video of people holding a house party during the COVID-19 outbreak was circulated on social media.National Police spokesperson Brig. Gen. Argo Yuwono said that Badung Police officers had questioned the four foreigners, identified by their initials JAM, MDM, YS and EM.“They were ordered to write a statement of compliance, saying they would not repeat their mistakes. They are also required to regularly report to the police,” Argo said during a press briefing on Tuesday.center_img The video shows around a dozen people gathering by a swimming pool, enjoying cocktails and DJing.Badung Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Roby Septiadi said the party seen in the video was held at a villa in Badung on Sunday evening. He said the party organizer initially told police the party would be attended by a limited number of people.However, around 15 people eventually came to the party, reported.Roby advised all local residents and foreigners to refrain from holding parties and social gatherings during the outbreak. He added that police would disperse such events, as they violated a gubernatorial instruction on limiting crowds in public places and suspending public events.As of Wednesday noon, 92 confirmed COVID-19 cases had been recorded on the resort island with two deaths. Nationwide, 4,839 cases have been recorded with 459 fatalities. (trn)Topics :last_img read more

​LD seeks managers for €1.5bn of Danish/European bonds

first_imgMeanwhile, the Danish short-term bond mandate is for an expected DKK2bn of assets, which are to be invested in Danish mortgage bonds and Danish government bonds only, according to information from LD, including its tender notice on the EU’s TED tenders portal.The objective for both mandates is to outperform the benchmark over a period of two to three years, it said.For the short-term bonds mandate, outperformance should be 25-50 basis points per year, while managers of the high-grade bonds mandate should beat the benchmark by 50-100 basis points a year, without direct duration bets for either mandates, LD said.The firm, which is currently equipping itself to invest assets in Denmark’s new holiday allowances fund, said applicants may submit a tender for one or both of the high-grade bond mandates, but that the two mandates would be awarded to different tenderers, meaning no manager could be awarded both.The deadline for the receipt of tenders or requests to participate for both tenders is 2 June at 4pm CET.LD pensions has released a string of tenders so far this year — including a €100m high-conviction emerging markets equities mandate at the beginning of this month and a €400m high conviction developed markets equity mandate in mid-March.Its search for external managers has been stepped up mainly in preparation for asset inflows to the holiday allowances fund, though it remains uncertain exactly how high these will be. Denmark’s LD Pensions has initiated a tender process for two Danish bond mandates, and is looking to appoint two or three asset managers for the mandates which include expected total assets of DKK11bn (€1.475bn).The Frederiksberg-based pensions firm has launched one tender for Danish high-grade bonds and another for Danish short-term bonds, with the first being divided into two lots, and the second intended for a single asset manager.Each of the mandates in the Danish high-grade bonds tender involve an expected total of DKK4.5bn of assets, and one of them includes European covered bonds as well.LD said both mandates are for investment primarily in Danish mortgage bonds, but include the possibility of investing in government bonds from selected European countries.last_img read more

`Lady Jags’ move up four places in world rankings

first_imgTHE Guyana National Women’s football team, commonly referred to as the ‘Lady Jags’, have improved their standing in the FIFA/Coca Cola World Ranking, moving four places up to 79.This is their best move yet and comes at a time when much emphasis is being placed on women’s football development in Guyana and in a month when the world observes International Women’s Day.President Wayne Forde expressed pleasure at the improvement and outlined the plans for women’s football development: “The recently-concluded first-ever Women’s Development League is evidence of the renewed focus we are placing on women’s football.The ‘Lady Jags’ have produced some of our proudest and most memorable moments as a football nation. I do believe that the time is upon us to match their efforts with a comprehensive domestic programme. The Executive Committee is fully committed to implementing such programmes in the coming years.”The ‘Lady Jags’ had their most notable outing when they defeated Guatemala 2-1 in the Olympic qualifier in 2016.The team is placed 14 spots away from Jamaica (65) on the world rankings, the closest Caribbean team, preceded by Trinidad and Tobago at 46. The United States of America holds the number one spot.The GFF wrapped up the National Women’s Development League last Sunday with the Guyana Defence Force (GDF FC) as winners, followed by Paiwomak Warriors FC in second and St Ignatius FC in third place.Additionally, as part of International Women’s Day, the GFF will profile women in football during the course of the month on their social media portals and in the mass media.last_img read more

FCPB expresses delight at league commencement

first_imgHeadline sponsor of the Ghana Premier League First Capital Plus Bank has expressed delight at the commencement of the league.The league will start on Sunday January 18, 2015 after a three (3) month-long delay following a legal tussle involving the Ghana Football Association and Kumasi-based King Faisal Babes Football Club.At the official launch of the new season at the Ghana Football Association’s head office in Accra on Wednesday, Nana Yaw Kesse, Head of Marketing and Cooperate Affairs at First Capital Plus bank said they are excited that the league will be kicking off this weekend.“As a bank we are excited that after the long delay the league is set to kick-off. First Capital Plus Bank would like to ask for the support of the media especially, to help promote the league.“We believe it is by virtue of the media hype that the league will retain the required the status and the positive reportage that will help see more energy and excitement for the league,” he added.  Ahead of the start of the League, Premier League Board Chairman, Mr. Welbeck Abra-Appiah has announced key innovations that will be introduced in the new season. These innovations include the introduction of a Competition Management System which will help in gathering data of goals scored, cautions, assists and other statistics.last_img read more