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Mandate roundup: INARCASSA seeks ESG specialist

first_imgPFA picks La Française for senior housing portfolioDanish pension fund PFA has selected La Française to run a senior housing portfolio. The mandate will be launched with an initial equity investment of €100m and have a geographic focus on France.PFA has seized the opportunity to invest in an asset class where demand currently exceeds supply, a statement said. The available stock of senior housing in France is only able to accommodate a small percentage of the population aged of 75 years and older, a growing and solvent segment.The properties of the senior housing portfolio will be acquired as forward purchases (VEFA) and will initially be sourced across France, the statement said.Michael Bruhn, managing director of PFA, said this investment “offers the advantage of residential properties with an attractive risk-return profile and a strong societal impact”. INARCASSA. the Italian pension fund for engineers and architects, is seeking to appoint a consultant that would provide ESG risk assessment and reporting services.According to the fund’s website, it has opened a tender process with a deadline of 12 February, 13:00 CET.The fund has been using ESG criteria since 2017 when it signed up for the United Nation’s Principles of Responsible Investment – the first Italian pension fund to do so – and in 2018 hired Vigeo Eiris to analyse its portfolio and prepare an ESG report.The appointed firm will have a similar contract to that issued to Vigeo Eiris a couple of years ago.last_img read more

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Here’s who will run in the Outdoor National Championship

first_img Comments Seven Syracuse runners will compete at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon, starting on June 6. Aidan Tooker, Noah Affolder, Matt Moore, Colin Bennie, Justyn Knight, Philo Germano and Paige Stoner will try to bring home Syracuse’s first ever NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship. Every race can be live streamed on ESPN3. The following start times for the races are in Pacific Time Zone (PT). Men’s 3000m Steeplechase Semifinal – Aidan Tooker, Noah AffolderWednesday, June 6, 5:02 p.m. Sophomore Aidan Tooker and freshman Noah Affolder are set to compete in the 3000m steeplechase on Wednesday evening. Affolder and Tooker punched their tickets to Nationals by placing first and second, respectively, in the NCAA East Preliminaries. They are also the two fastest steeples in the ACC. Affolder and Tooker, along with Paige Stoner, have excelled at the steeplechase, a bohemian distance event involving water traps and barriers.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIf the athletes advance advance, the event’s final will be held on Friday at 5:54 p.m.Men’s 110m Hurdles Semifinal – Matt MooreWednesday, June 6, 5:32 p.m.Matt Moore, a sophomore, will run in the third heat. He qualified with a 13.97 time at the NCAA East Preliminaries. To advance to the final, which will be held on Friday at 6:12 p.m., he needs to finish first or second in his heat. Men’s 10000m Final – Colin BennieWednesday, June 6, 7:08 p.m. In the first final event, senior Colin Bennie will look to finish his career at SU strong. Bennie’s personal best in the 10K is 28:37.04, which he achieved at the Stanford Invitational in March.Women’s 3000m Steeplechase Semifinal – Paige StonerThursday, June 7, 4:32 p.m.Last week, Stoner broke the school record by running the event in 9:48.73. Just two other runners in the event have faster personal bests. If she places in the top five of her heat, she will advance to the final on Saturday at 3:54 p.m.Men’s 5000m Final – Justyn Knight, Philo GermanoFriday, June 8, 7:25 p.m.Knight is the favorite in the 5000m. In March, he won the Indoor NCAA 5000m race and finished third in last year’s NCAA Outdoor 5K. He holds the fastest time entering Friday’s race, which is the only event he’s competing in. The 5K will be both his and teammate Philo Germano’s last race for the Orange. Germano and Knight, with Colin Bennie, helped change the culture of SU track and field and were paramount in SU’s 2015 Cross Country National Championship victory. Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on June 5, 2018 at 11:40 am Contact Danny: [email protected] | @DannyEmermanlast_img read more

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Alen Ramić won the Silver Medal at the World Grand Prix in the Jiu Jitsi in Split

first_imgB&H fighter Alen Ramić in Split won the silver medal in the absolute category at the World Grand Prix in the Jiu Jitsi.Ramić in the finals won against the holder of the black belt in judo, jiu jutsi and the Brazilian Jiu Jitsi Mladen Jokmanović from Montenegro.It is announced that in May he will participate in the Austria Open and will try to win the title at this event.Championship in Split was organized by Croatian grappling and MMA alliance, FILA (International Federation wrestling sports), ŠRJ Hurricane and several national / international federations / associations, and was held under the auspices of WMAG (World Martial Arts Games in 2013) from 14th to 18th August at the sports premises “Gripe”.(Source: Fena)last_img read more

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Karatist Sadjid Bulut gave His Medal to the Girl in the Wheelchair

first_imgAt the recent international tournament in traditional karate that was held in Slovenia, Karatist Sadjid Bulut from Visoko made a twenty-year-old Jana Ljondov, who suffers from cerebral paralysis, happy by giving her his silver medal, and he will remember her smile, as he says, for the rest of his life.“When I entered the hall in Koper, I saw a girl in wheelchairs. I decided that if I win I will dedicate my victory and medal to her,” said Bulut, adding that he wanted to show that sport is both physical and spiritual upbringing.He said that he took the medal off his neck and gave it to Jana with the permission of her mother.Saso Ljondov, Jana’s father took a photo of them, and they found each other on social networks after their impressions settled down.Ljondov said that this is a huge thing for his family, especially to his daughter who loves sports and visits the competition often, especially karate competitions.“I was an athlete and I know what it means to give someone your victory, your medal, especially to someone that you do not know, and not to even present yourself, which makes the act even greater,” said Ljondov.He said that karatist approached his wife and asked if he could give the medal to the girl in the wheelchair and after she said yes, he did it.“My daughter is happy. He touched my heart and it has no price,” said Ljondov.Bulut is a member of the karate club “Visoko” from Visoko, but his coach Redzep Gradjan says that such moves are made by really great athletes and great people. He said that Bulut won two gold medals last year and he is the athlete of the year of 2016 in his hometown.On the karate competition in Koper participated competitors from Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, and BiH.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

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