TCI Bahamas partner for Seminar featuring Ryan Pinder

first_img Bi-lateral talks with Bahamas to resume, UK gives green light to high-level TCI delegation Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Bahamian music legend gunned down at home in Turks and Caicos Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 03 Aug 2015 – The Financial Services Commission and the Bahamas Institute of Financial Services will partner for a seminar in the Turks and Caicos next week. Trust concepts, case studies and complex issues related to the administration of trusts will be tackled in the three day session to be held at the Regent Palms resort. Hon. Ryan Pinder, now a former Minister of Financial Services for the Bahamas government after resigning the post last year will be among the speakers. Pinder, now heads wealth management and is the Chief Legal Officer for Deltec Bank and Trust Limited. The seminar is set for August 10-12. Happy Hours All Weekend at Outback Steakhouse Related Items:bahamas, deltec bank and trust limited, ryan pinder, seminar, Tcilast_img read more

Tuchel Napolis penalty came from an offside situation

first_imgParis Saint-Germain Coach Thomas Tuchel was completely unhappy with the refereeing decision that gifted Napoli a penalty in their 1-1 draw at the San Paolo stadium.The German tactician, however, admitted they still have their fate in their hands following Liverpool’s loss to Red Star Belgrade.Juan Bernat opened the scoring for the Parisians deep into first-half stoppages but was cancelled out by a Lorenzo Insigne penalty.“It’s only normal we had difficulties in the second half because Napoli pressed high and ended up pinning us back,” confessed the Coach in his Press conference via Football Italia.“The Napoli penalty came from a situation that was offside in the build-up. Plus we should’ve had a penalty and the result certainly could’ve been different with those decisions.Opinion: Neymar needs to apologize to PSG’s supporters Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After such a dramatic summer during the transfer window, Neymar truly needs to apologize to all the PSG supporters this weekend.When Neymar finished last…“Having said that, we have to accept the result and move on.”It was certainly a better PSG performance than at Parc des Princes, where Napoli dominated for long periods and were caught by a stoppage-time Angel Di Maria screamer.“I saw a good team for much of the game and we were unlucky, just as we were at times on home turf. It was not possible to win this evening, the group is very balanced, but we our destiny is still in our own hands.”It is extremely tight, as Napoli and Liverpool are on six points, PSG five and Red Star Belgrade four.last_img read more

Make your hair holidayready

first_imgBefore you take off on a summer vacation to a destination of your choice, spare a little time to think of haircare. Hair experts offer essential tips to ensure your hair is holiday-ready and looks its best during your vacation, said a statement.Use dry shampoo: Dry shampoo has been gaining popularity recently. It is encouraged to use dry shampoo during summer for individuals more prone to oiliness. As the name suggests, dry shampoo absorbs the oil in your hair and gives it a softness, and more importantly voluminous shape. It becomes effective after a few days of not washing your hair. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Avoid excessive shampooing: If you have dry hair, it’s probably because you are washing your hair too often. People should cut back a little on the frequency of washing their hair. The reason behind this is that excessive shampooing can actually remove the natural oils that are necessary for your hair’s strength. As beach season is upon us, you are not wrong for wanting to wash that sand and chlorine out of your hair, however instead of applying shampoo, rinse the hair in the shower with a scalp massage. This revitalises the cells and exfoliates them.  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAvoid blow drying: People who suffer from dandruff or a dry scalp usually expose their hair to the strong heat of a blow dryer. Excessive blow outs cause the scalp to dry out and without the natural moisture that the oils provide, the scalp becomes flaky, just as skin anywhere else would.Maintain your colour tone: The use of colour-depositing conditioners is vital, as they nourish the roots.  Cover it up: Given that sun rays are more abundant during the sweltering months of summer, you should grab a scarf or hat to protect the scalp as much as possible. This helps retain some moisture and helps in preventing the stimulation of dandruff.last_img read more