Samtrade FX, a leading online trading broker that is committed to giving traders safe, easy, and inexpensive access to Forex and Contracts for Difference (CFD) trading, today announced that it has been registered and authorized as a FCA Designated Representative (reference number) : 929921), implementation regulator for financial services companies and financial markets in the United Kingdom (United Kingdom).
This latest license strengthens Samtrade FX’s ability to operate as an official and trusted financial service provider for securities in various regions.
As the main regulatory body that carries out a supervisory role over financial institutions in the UK, the FCA secures the right level of protection for consumers and maintains the integrity of the UK financial system market. Anti-Money Laundering (AML), for example, is the main focus of the FCA. To ensure it continues to comply with FCA-specific AML compliance regulations – such as monitoring for suspicious activity and conducting risk assessments, Samtrade FX recently appointed Vic Tham, a veteran in the area of risk and compliance, as Global Chief Risk and Compliance. Officer
In addition, Samtrade FX announced that it has obtained an Australian Financial Services (AFS) license (registration number: 001281861) from ASIC, an independent Australian government body that acts as a regulator of Australian companies. With FCA and AFS licenses, Samtrade FX can now offer financial product advice, provide deposit or deposit services, and handle securities on behalf of new and existing clients in Europe and Asia.
This license complements the International Business Corporation (IBC) license granted to Samtrade FX (registration number: 25290 IBC 2019) by the Saint Vincent and Grenadines Financial Services Authority, to allow businesses to deal with securities as Principal. Samtrade FX is also regulated (registration number: M19977589) by the Canadian Center for Financial Transactions and Analysis Reports (FINTRAC) as a Money Services Business (MSB).
“Since the merger, ensuring trust and trust in every trade has been central in everything we do,” said Sam Goh, Founder and CEO, Samtrade FX. “These additional layers of regulation – on top of existing licenses owned by Samtrade FX, strengthen our commitment to set the highest standards possible in corporate governance, trading experience and client satisfaction. This also enhances SamAideTM, which offers clients secure funds to trade with peace of mind. “
SamAideTM is a Samtrade FX Secure Fund Coverage framework consisting of five pillars – holding all clients’ money in separate custodian accounts under a strict legal guardianship framework with appropriate custodial functions; third party insurance with The Eye Protection Center (EPC) for protection of additional funds; professional compensation protection with Howden Insurance Brokers; Samtrade FX is a member of The Financial Commission, which acts as a neutral and independent committee that fairly reviews and settles disputes in the financial services industry on the Forex market; and protection of negative balances on all accounts.
Founded in 2015, Samtrade FX has progressively expanded its operations and market reach, which now includes Europe, Southeast Asia and Greater China, as well as customized service delivery for all more than 50,000 clients and more than 150 partners. “Our comprehensive technology infrastructure has ensured rapid execution of client trades without complications and minimal technical problems. This technological arrangement, together with our continued determination to comply with new regulatory standards, is the basis on which we do business and differentiate ourselves, and this approach has been validated by a growing list of retail and institutional clients who turn to us for flawless service, “Goh said.
The Samtrade FX trading platform provides real-time price quotes and trade execution, advanced chart making with various time frames, pip value calculators, and financial market news, etc. To ensure a smooth trading experience for clients, Samtrade FX uses the MetaTrader 4 platform, which is available for download on Windows, Apple Store and Google Play. It also offers its own mobile application,
SamAppTM, which allows clients to access key functions such as funding, account details, and transaction history, etc., and is available for download on Google Play. SamAppTM will be available on the Apple Store in the coming weeks.
KARACHI – The University of Karachi (KU) has begun an online form submission program for Additional Examination 2019. Students are required to access www.sesuok.edu.pk directly or through www.uok.edu.pk to utilize this facility, the Semester Examination Section responsible replied, KU, Dr. Taseer Ahmed Khan said on Monday.
He said that the candidates were directed to register themselves and then submit examination forms. He informed that examination fees could be submitted at United Bank Limited branches throughout the country through vouchers generated after submitting the form.
Taseer Khan further said that students would be able to receive their entry cards through the same portal.
He said that this was a step forward towards digitizing the Semester Examination Section, based on the specific direction of KU Deputy Chancellor Professor Dr. Khalid Mahmood Iraq.
Deirdre Roberson refused to be defined by only one part of his life. Scientists, designers, entrepreneurs, and models are just a few of his roles, and he makes business because he deals with nuances of complexity. Literally.
Detroit Roberson clothing line Eumelanin (pronounced “you-mel-a-nin”) comes in many human skin tones, with the aim of starting a dialogue about our visual differences. This fashion brand has the chemical structure of melanin – the natural pigment responsible for skin color.
Surprised by the implied racism of skin whitening creams sold worldwide, Roberson departs in 2018 to start conversations about skin aesthetics, and wants his customers to celebrate their nuances.
“Having blacks means being looked down on,” he said. “What better way to change it than through fashion – something we consider ‘beautiful.’ “
Roberson has long had a leg in fashion and science, but that is always a difficult balance for him. Growing up in Southwest Detroit, he began sewing as a way to earn money at the age of 13, after taking a high school economics class, and began working outside a studio at home.
“Neighbors want things to be adjusted,” Roberson said. “Dresses, pants, things like that. I remember a pair of Versace pants, and I thought ‘if I messed up this woman’s pants, that would be crazy,’ but she trusted me. I can’t get it out of my head. ”
His passion for clothing design grew from there. But, he admitted with nostalgia, fashion did not offer the job security he wanted. So he entered the field of science, majored in chemistry at Xavier University in New Orleans and earned a master’s degree at the University of Detroit Mercy. He worked for the City of Detroit as an environmental scientist for three years, and is now part of the STEMinista Project at the Michigan Science Center.
It was after drawing social media support to wear his own creation (bright yellow shirt) on the STEAM Foundation Motor City event, that he decided to launch his own label.
Linking his love of science, design, and business made sense for Roberson and the self-proclaimed “entrepreneur” said that this enabled him to find different parts of himself. That is not something everyone acknowledges.
“People will say to me ‘you look like a model,’ but why has no one ever told me ‘you look like a scientist?’ Roberson asked, “We are complex. We are multidimensional people.”
“Growing up as a black woman in Detroit in a very diverse area, I had to learn how to regulate the world as a black woman, as a black scientist,” she said.
Maneuvering is something Roberson has mastered. The entrepreneur has made the art of making use of the surrounding resources, connecting with Build Institute, TechTown Detroit, ProsperUS Detroit, and taking courses at the University of Michigan.
“I have been part of every free entrepreneurial course in Detroit,” Roberson said. “I’ve always been very resourceful – it allows me to get the knowledge I need to make my company fast.”
Roberson began selling his creations on Facebook, and later built his own website, officially launched on March 22, 2018. The starting date was on his grandfather’s birthday as a way to pay homage to his influence in his life.
“In the first four hours I had more than $ 1,000 in pre-orders,” he said.
Since then, Roberson has continued to develop his brand, and has been very intense with the material he uses and with the local artists and producers from which he partners. The jewelry range, for example, was designed by Black artists and only uses silver and gold.
“The metals are the ones that have value, and I want people to judge themselves,” he said.
The COVID-19 pandemic spent most of this year’s Roberson income, estimated at $ 30,000 to $ 50,000, and he had to cancel lectures at the popular South by Southwest festival. But the entrepreneur received praise, and $ 10,000 in funding, as one of the winners of a New Sound Pitch + Target Accelerator competition, and said its online sales “skyrocketed” after the announcement.
“That means a lot to me,” he explained. “When I found this brand, people didn’t get it, people told me that racism didn’t exist anymore. Now look where we are. “
Visitors pose in front of the “melanin wall” made by Deirdre Roberson in Corktown, Detroit. Photo: KristinaGrahamPhotography / FacebookRoberson’s goal is to celebrate diversity, and like business campaigns #When We See Our Swallow, highlighted against the background of recent protests in the US because of racial prejudice. Eumelanin is known for the “melanin wall” pop-ups, which have appeared at locations such as Corktown, displaying different skin tones and encouraging passersby to take selfies.
“What Detroit is experiencing right now – it’s important for us to be present,” Roberson said.
Roberson is not alone in his desire to use clothing to spread the message. Fashion, historically, has been a powerful tool for social movements. The white sash and dress used by the suffragette movement, the iconic black beret Black Panthers, and the pink “pus hat” from the Women’s March are examples of signaling solidarity. Recently, Black Lives Matter activists have been wearing masks and COVID-19 T-shirts that read “I can’t breathe” and “Assata taught me” as a symbol of movement.
But does clothing have the power to change all social attitudes? Jo Reger, a professor of sociology at Oakland University, said it could be the beginning of a cultural shift and a way for the movement to educate people about the changes they seek.
“The simplest looks on T-shirts with slogans, social movement clothing styles can be more complex by wearing certain colors or images such as rainbow items for the LGBTQ + community or adopting styles like the canal worn by white students who are active in civil. the rights movement, “Reger said.
Reger draws comparisons between the message that Roberson focuses on and the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, describing the label as “positive force.”
“Eumelanin celebrates Black and Brown life and beauty and brings science into the discussion of racism and white privilege.”
In spite of the harmonized messages, Roberson was reluctant to form a marketing campaign around the BLM movement.
“Activism has been built into the brand,” he said. “People want to wear those clothes to protest and talk, and it’s organic. We don’t want to use that. “
“Our work can always be part of social change,” Roberson said. “Sometimes it just connects the dots.”
“I’m just starting.”
This is part of a series supported by LISC Detroit that’s the chronicle of Detroit’s small business trip in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan directed the chief secretary of all provinces to submit a road map within one week to launch a one-window facility and online approval for permits, payment of fees, and parallel work of all departments related to the housing sector.
Following the meeting of the National Coordinating Committee for Housing, Construction and Development here, the prime minister is directed to complete government approval such as no objection certificates and others within the stipulated time period, and officials who show negligence or create unnecessary obstacles must be handled strictly.
The meeting was attended by Information Minister Senator Shibli Faraz, special assistant to Prime Minister Malik Amin Aslam, Lieutenant General (Ret) Asim Saleem Bajwa and Dr. Shahbaz Gill, Naya Pakistan Chair of the Housing and Development Authority Lieutenant General (Purnama) Anwar Ali Haider, Bank Governor State of Pakistan, housing secretary, Punjab chief secretary, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Giligit-Baltistan while chief secretary of Balochistan and Sindh, additional chief secretary Azad Jammu and Kashmir, president of the National Bank and Khyber Bank participated via video links.
Addressing the meeting, the prime minister said the government had provided an unprecedented package of incentives for the construction industry to accelerate economic activity, promote allied industries and provide housing facilities to the general public, especially low-income groups.
He said the government had decided to simplify the process in terms of making the maximum number of people benefit from the facility.
The prime minister instructs the use of information technology at all levels in the construction sector to make it faster and easier.
Regarding the promotion of mortgage facilities for the construction of low-cost housing for low-income groups, Imran Khan directed the finance ministry and the State Bank to complete the process of providing subsidies to banks to eliminate the hassles.
The Chair of the Lahore Development Authority notified the meeting about the LDA City project under the Pakistan Naya Housing Program. The Sindh secretary’s secretary told the meeting that according to the prime minister’s direction, the tax ratio had been reduced in the province so that it was on a par with those in the Punjab and KP.
The Punjab secretary and the head of the KP explained the meeting about the steps taken by each province to facilitate the construction industry such as the launch of the portal and the establishment of E-Sahulat centers.
Separately, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday ordered to ensure the provision of internet facilities with the best coverage in remote and underdeveloped regions of the country, especially in Balochistan, combining the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh regions.
He chaired a meeting held here about increasing and increasing the reach of the internet in the country.
Information Technology (IT) Minister Syed Ameenul Haq, Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood, IT Secretary, Chairperson of the Telecommunications Authority of Pakistan (PTA), Chief Executive of the Universal Fund (USF) Service Fund (USF) and other officials attended the meeting.
The prime minister said the provision of Internet facilities was a necessity for hours. To exploit the true potential of the younger generation, it is also necessary to ensure their easy access to education, and the wide reach of the internet and its easy availability is also important to achieve that goal, he added.
Imran Khan directed USF to take the steps needed to provide easy and cheaper Internet in schools. He was also directed to form a committee consisting of advisers to the PM on finance, and ministers for industry and production, planning, information technology, and education so they could submit their recommendations in that regard.
During the meeting, the prime minister was given a detailed description of projects providing internet facilities and increased coverage in areas far and underdeveloped by USF over the past two years and their targets for the current year.
He was also informed of the progress of various projects regarding the provision of internet facilities and increasing its reach in various districts in Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab.
The prime minister was told that over the past two years, 1,800 kilometers of optical fiber had been placed in various regions of Balochistan and KP, while 4,600 kilometers of optical fiber would be placed on 547 union councils during the year.
League to Save Tahoe takes its biggest annual fundraising event, the Benefit Fashion Show, online for the first time in its 51-year history. The online format will protect the health of participants and partners while ensuring the organization and its mission to keep Tahoe Blue strong and supported.
Every night from Thursday, July 30 to Saturday, August 1, the League, along with longtime event partners Saks Fifth Avenue and Oscar de la Renta, will host the fashion show. This event is free with prior registration.
“We are very happy that the annual Fashion Benefit Fashion Show will be held almost this year,” Darcie Goodman Collins, CEO of League to Save Lake Tahoe said in a press release. “This format gives anyone and everyone the opportunity to take part in this special event, where fashion and conservation come together for Keep Tahoe Blue.”
The percentage of proceeds from online auctions and trunk auctions, together with generous individual donations and event sponsors, will directly support The League. The fund enables League team experts to advance restoration, fight pollution, and deal with invasive species.
In the midst of a pandemic, the surge in visitors to Lake Tahoe during the summer months has tense land managers who care for popular recreational sites around the valley. The League has provided support by activating voluntary strike teams to clean up waste hotspots, coordinating response plans with public and business bodies, and advocating for maintaining important environmental protection in place along with funds to support them.
Register for a fashion show at savethelakefashion.com. Event sponsorship is also available. Email [email protected] for details.
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A missionary couple based in Steinbach and living in Brazil returned to Canada a little earlier.
Scott Buhler said he and his wife Patsy needed five flights to return to Canada after their Ministry, Camp Quest in the town of Schroeder, was closed because of COVID-19.
“We plan to come in September and October,” Buhler said, “but because the service did not occur, we only extended that time a little.”
Buhler explained that currently there are only four routes offered for international travelers and none that cross the United States, because their borders are closed to Brazilians. As a result, the couple was forced to fly through five different cities on their way to Canada.
“We left Curitiba, Brazil, and went to Sao Paulo, then from there to Amsterdam and to Frankfurt, then Montreal and finally to Winnipeg.”
Buhler said it was their duty to reveal their last ticket to Canada to board the plane, but there were very few protocols at South American and European airports. However, on both Air Canada flights, their temperature was taken.
In exposing their experiences with the pandemic in Brazil, Buhler said the country did many of the same things that had been done elsewhere, but enforcement was rather loose. “I think there is economic pressure because the economy is a bit slow at the moment, so people keep going and there isn’t much law enforcement.”
Still, public messages are often heard when churches and camps must be closed. “We cannot run the program at all because of social distance,” Buhler said, “and if anyone comes to visit us, we all wear masks, keep our distance, and use hand sanitizers. That’s a little “
What matters to the couple now is the quality time spent with their three children, Caleb, Mookie, and ——, who live in Steinbach with Patsy’s sister and parents, with additional siblings in Winnipeg and Brandon.
“This is a time where we can go back and visit our churches, and our families and our friends to catch up,” Buhler said, “and then we will return.”
Dhaka: Although the coronavirus outbreak (Covid-19) has stopped worldwide, the virus has not been identified in some lucky countries.
Although coronavirus (Covid-19) has been found in at least 17 countries worldwide, the virus has not been identified in several countries.
According to Al Jazeera, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, North Korea, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Islands. Solomon Islands, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Vanuatu Fortunately no one has been diagnosed with the corona virus.
Meanwhile, like many countries in the world, Bangladesh is also a victim of Corona terror. On Saturday (July 17) at half past noon in the regular online health bulletin related to the corona virus, Director General of the Additional Ministry of Health, Prof. Dr. Nasima Sultana said 34 more people had died in the country in the past 24 hours due to the corona virus. As many as two thousand 561 people have died because of this. The number of victims has exceeded two lakhs.
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Natalie Panagarry joined Off The Court to discuss being selected as part of the Vitality Roses full-time program for the 2020-2021 season and said the “fear” of Australia and New Zealand had disappeared.
Captain Loughborough Lightning was announced as part of Jess Thirlby’s 24-man squad for the coming international season and will once again become a full-time athlete.
He is a member of the Tracey Neville squad for the 2019 Netball World Cup and made his 2016 international debut against Australia.
Lately, Panagarry has been undergoing a process of rehabilitation of a broken leg he suffered during the opening match of the Lightning Superleague Vitality Netball season.
Having suffered such an injury, and with all the netball being held now, the central midfielder was very happy to hear him enter Thirlby’s latest squad.
“I’m very grateful and grateful to be re-elected [for the Roses], “he said the latest episode from Sky Sports’ Out of court.
“It’s always been a dream, every year, to be selected for a full-time program. With my injury and not being able to perform, I’m grateful to be able to enter.”
Jess Thirlby “hopes” Vitality Roses will return to playing competitive netball before the year ends and welcomes back training.
Above the excitement of being elected, Panagarry and his full-time international colleagues have now seen a path to return to training.
It began with individual-based training at two Elite Training Centers in Bisham and Manchester on July 21 before continuing to training in Loughborough in early August.
With the significant impact of the coronavirus in the UK, the country’s elite netballers must watch their counterparts on the other side of the world race ahead of them in terms of domestic match play.
ANZ Premiership has returned in just under one month and Suncorp Super Netball has an expected start date of August 1. Although he could only watch others move forward, Panagarry did not believe the forced absence of Britain would obstruct the outfit.
Serena Guthrie and Jo Harten returned to the British Netball Vitality Roses program for the 2020-21 international season.
“That’s something we have to face now,” he said. “You can see the other side of the world playing again and watch it with very jealous and envious eyes at this time!
“We have to come back as soon as possible and when we can start training, get that intensity. I have no doubt that we will be ready when the international season hopefully starts again.”
International netball schedules for 2020 and 2021 are currently on the air. The Roses are scheduled to take part in the Quad Series at the end of September and October, however, it was canceled.
Recently reported by Newshub in New Zealand, Pakis Perak may be in talks with England because of the new uncertainty surrounding the Constellation Cup against Australia.
But nothing has been confirmed by the governing body, Roses head coach Jess Thirlby said he was “hoping” his players would be able to play for England before the year is over.
Historically Australia and New Zealand have had a strong influence on Britain.
“When I started playing [for England] “There is something along the 50-goal line between people like Australia and New Zealand and us,” said former England coach Neville Sky Sports.
“All the time we try to reduce the deficit, we try to create threats and I try to be better as an athlete.”
A few years later, with Neville as head coach, the players moved to play their domestic netball in Australia and New Zealand and important wins occurred, deficits were reduced, and a shift in mindset occurred.
“Many of us, who have been on [Roses] The program, for the time being, will say that ‘fear’ is definitely gone, “Panagarry said.
“We can put our performances out there and get the win [over Australia and New Zealand]. The girls proved that at the Commonwealth Games and unfortunately, we were just out of luck in the semifinals at the World Cup.
“There are so many talents and so many young players who come that I really like.
“I am fortunate to have that experience and a bit of an older head to maybe guide some of those players. I think the future, what we have at Superleague and in the Roses program, is really interesting.”
JP Morgan has acquired a minority stake in Brazilian fintech startup FitBank, according to local reports. Investment details not disclosed.
Inaugurated in 2015, FitBank describes itself as Brazil’s largest open banking outfit, providing a white label platform that allows banks and fintechs to offer bill payments, online treasury, banking, financial management, transfers and escrow services.
According to local news sites Score, around 96 clients have used the technology for 180,000 accounts. The new money will be used to expand into new countries in Latin America.
Renata Vilanova Lobo, head of wholesale payments, Brazil, JP Morgan – who joined the FitBank board – told Citywire: “Strategic investment in FitBank is an important addition to maintaining and growing our leadership in wholesale payments in Latin America.”