However, there has been some press reports that there have been problems with the system and that it was not completely ready to be launched. Monday 1 June 2020 5:48 pm Stefan Boscia On Sunday, 1,570 tested positive for coronavirus, which represented “downward progress in the number of confirmed cases”, according to Hancock. whatsapp A man wearing a protective face mask walks past a poster in the street in Leeds (AFP via Getty Images) Also Read: UK coronavirus deaths have smallest one-day increase since start of lockdown A man wearing a protective face mask walks past a poster in the street in Leeds (AFP via Getty Images) The UK’s number of coronavirus deaths had it smallest one-day increase yesterday since lockdown was implemented on 23 March. Show Comments ▼ “It’s successful, I’m very glad to report that those who are asked to isolate by the contact tracers are expressing the willingness to do so and we track that very carefully,” he said. “The level of incidence of disease has come down and so actually we have more capacity than we need, this is a good thing.” The programme sees 25,000 contact tracers track down anyone who has been in close contact with a positive coronavirus case. He added: “We can see from these charts the pattern right across the board, which is that on the substance, we’re making significant progress but there is still more to be done.” whatsapp Primary school students from reception, year one and year six are also going back to the classroom from today. A man wearing a protective face mask walks past a poster in the street in Leeds (AFP via Getty Images) Also Read: UK coronavirus deaths have smallest one-day increase since start of lockdown Share UK coronavirus deaths have smallest one-day increase since start of lockdown Hancock said that a majority of the 9,000 new Covid-19 cases that have occurred since the new system was put in place have been contacted. It comes as the UK further eased lockdown today, allowing people to meet with a maximum of five people from outside their household. Health secretary Matt Hancock said at the daily press briefing that 111 people died from Covid-19 yesterday, bringing the total to 39,045. A major part of the government’s plan out of lockdown is the NHS track and trace programme, which was launched last week.
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The Financial Conduct Authority confirmed it had begun an investigation into public statements made regarding Quindell’s financial accounts during 2013 and 2014. The City watchdog would be liaising with other agencies “as appropriate”. It declined to comment further. Quindell said it would fully comply with the investigation. PwC, which had been brought on to carry out an independent review, concured with Quindell that “certain policies were not appropriate, principally those relating to the noise induced hearing loss cases revenue and related balances that became significant during 2014”, the insurance claims processor said in a statement. This part of the business is being treated as a discontinued operation, meaning that changes to its accounting policies were “largely of historical interest only”, “Nevertheless, the changes will be to adopt a more conservative and appropriate approach to the recognition of revenues and profits in the PSD,” it said. “The impact of these changes will materially impact previously reported results for the year ended 31 December 2013 and the six months ended 30 June 2014.” Quindell said it expects trading to resume “as soon as practicable” and no later than publication of its 2014 financial statements. Quindell has started another review, along with its auditors, into its historic transactions and acquisitions, which it will reveal shortly “with a view to ensuring that more complete information is available in respect of the historical position; to ensure that any related party transactions are fully disclosed; and make associated corrections”. “These matters are largely non-cash items and the board will make clear the outcome of this work and will provide further information in the company’s report and accounts for FY 2014,” Quindell said. The move prompted Augustin Eden, analyst at Accendo Markets, to put out a note on what he dubbed “the comedy show that is Quindell”. He wrote: “It’s the latest chapter in a story our most creative writers would be at pains to compose as, once again, the accounting methods of the golf club operator turned insurance claims outsourcer are called into question – in particular those employed under ambitious and eccentric founder Rob Terry in early 2013. “Assuming Quindell is viewing its own behaviour through somewhat rose-tinted specs, I wouldn’t even attempt to imagine what the FCA might find. You wouldn’t be able to make it up.” Tags: FCA Quindell
What is it? [email protected] By Ed Silverman Oct. 2, 2020 Reprints Log In | Learn More Unlock this article — plus daily coverage and analysis of the pharma industry — by subscribing to STAT+. First 30 days free. GET STARTED Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry. Tags STAT+ And so, another working week will soon draw to a close. Not a moment too soon, yes? This is, you may recall, our treasured signal to daydream about weekend plans. Once again, our agenda is exceedingly modest. We plan to hang with a short person or two, promenade with our official mascot, and catch up on our reading. And what about you? This is an opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. On that note, you could start hunting for the Great Pumpkin. Or you could reach out to someone feeling isolated these days. Well, whatever you do, be safe — and wear a mask. Enjoy, and see you soon. …President Trump, who has frequently dismissed the significance of the Covid-19 pandemic and rarely wears masks in public, announced on Twitter early Friday morning that he contracted the coronavirus and is now quarantined, STAT writes. Trump, who is 74 and is considered overweight, is at high risk of having a serious bout of the illness. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, a person aged 65 to 74 is five times as likely to be hospitalized with Covid-19 as someone aged 18 to 29, and 90 times more likely to die from the illness. @Pharmalot Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. Pharmalittle: Trump at high risk of serious Covid-19 illness; Gilead to resume distribution of remdesivir About the Author Reprints What’s included? Ed Silverman Alex Hogan/STAT Pharmalot STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond. GET STARTED
Home News Baby Dan Donoher set for blood tests next week News News Electric Picnic Baby Dan Donoher is set for blood tests next week to determine the status of his treatment.The one-year-old, who is the son of Niall and Aisling Donoher, captured the hearts and minds of the people of Laois and around the country in recent months.A plethora of fundraisers were organised as the target of €2.1 million was smashed in around 50 days.Parents Aisling and Niall say: “Dan is going for his blood test next Wednesday, so we should have results in a few weeks.“We ask everyone to continue to keep baby Dan in your thoughts and thank you all for your continued support to the bravest little boy we know.”A massive fundraiser was launched for baby Dan Donoher on March 5, from Ballybrittas, who has been diagnosed with a rare life-threatening disease.A GoFundMe page was set up for the little boy with a genetic neuromuscular disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) Type 1 and Scoliosis.A breakthrough treatment is available in the USA and that is what it is hoped that Dan can avail of.Dan’s parents Niall and Aisling (Nee Quigley) are very well known in the Laois GAA community.Niall represented Laois footballers at all levels until his retirement at the end of the 2018 season while Aisling, originally from Timahoe, played for the Laois ladies team for a long number of years too. The couple live in Jamestown, on the old main Dublin Road near Ballybrittas.Dan was diagnosed with this disease last December at the age of 8 months. The life expectancy of an SMA type 1 child is 18-24 months.Studies show that Zolgensma can substantially improve quality of life and survival of this horrific disease. This treatment is only available to children under the age of two and who meet the requirements.About one in every 11,000 children are diagnosed with SMA. It had been incurable, but with this wonder drug on the market it offers Dan a chance at improved or even a normal life.SEE ALSO – Sadness in GAA circles at tragic death of Lester Ryan Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Twitter By LaoisToday Reporter – 7th June 2020 Previous articleSadness in GAA circles at tragic death of Lester RyanNext articleMakeup Artist Ruth Bergin on finding her passion, meeting a hero and silver linings LaoisToday Reporter TAGSDan Donoher Pinterest WhatsApp Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter Pinterest Baby Dan Donoher set for blood tests next week Electric Picnic Facebook WhatsApp Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role
Selon les dires d’une source provinciale àDaily NK ce mardi, « le secrétaire, qui organisait la conférence de find’année des mineurs de Musan, a été arrêté par les agents du MSE. On racontequ’après le discours, il s’est plaint du matériel dédié aux enseignements,affirmant que tout n’était que « mensonges ». » News News Environ 24.000 mineurs opèrent dans six divisionsde la mine. Le secrétaire dirige l’une de ces divisions et on raconte qu’il aété interpellé pour avoir marmonné après son discours « je dois cesser deraconter ces mensonges », selon la source. Choi Song Min SHARE Le secrétaire provincial du parti d’uneentreprise d’État de la province de Hamgyŏng du Nord a été arrêté par desmembres de l’antenne locale du ministère de la Sécurité d’État (MSE) à la finde l’année dernière en raison de remarques formulées lors d’un discours, aappris Daily NK. « Le matériel de propagande relatif àl’amélioration des moyens d’existence du peuple est distribué chaque année,mais les cadres s’en plaignent au vu du décalage existant avec laréalité » a ajouté la source. « Les officiels faisant les discourshésitent à utiliser ces matériels, car ils s’inquiètent de passer pour desmenteurs. Aussi, certains confient la tâche à un subordonné. C’est lapremière fois qu’un secrétaire provincial du parti dans une entreprise estarrêté sur place, et on ignore s’il a été libéré depuis. Il est fort probablequ’il soit interrogé. Et s’ils (les agents du MSE) décident d’en faire unexemple, il est possible qu’ils l’envoient en camp de travail. » RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China En secret, beaucoup expriment leur sympathie àl’égard de la situation dudit secrétaire, selon lasource, qui ajoute que parmi ces personnes, beaucoup ont souligné le fait quel’officiel « n’a en réalité rien dit qui soit faux. » By Choi Song Min – 2015.01.19 12:09pm Facebook Twitter Un cadre du parti arrêté pour un lapsus Hamhung man arrested for corruption while working at a state-run department store News Le matériel distribué par le bureau del’Agit-Prop diffère en fonction des publics auxquels il est destiné (cadres duparti, population, etc.) et est distribué aux agences et usines à travers toutle pays en tant que documents primordiaux. Vers la fin de l’année, on y ajoutedes éléments faisant le point sur les performances annuelles de certainssecteurs ainsi que les objectifs de l’année à venir. Le fait qu’unofficiel du parti ou le directeur de l’usine fasse le discours est la normehabituelle. Ordinary Pyongyang residents have not received government rations since mid-April Le matériel en question comportait un rapport relatif aux « Résultats 2014 obtenusdans certains secteurs sous la direction de Kim Jong Un, et objectifs del’année à venir » et a été transmis par le bureau central de l’Agitation et dela Propagande du parti. Ce rapport soulignait spécifiquement le fait que« l’année prochaine, en parallèle de l’amélioration de la qualité de vie,les rations seront normalisées. » News
SEC settles with KPMG Canada The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) is accusing accounting firm, Ernst & Young LLP, of falling down on the job as the auditor of troubled Chinese timber company, Sino-Forest Corp. The OSC brought allegations against the firm Monday claiming that it breached securities laws in its work as Sino-Forest’s auditor between August 2007 and April 2012. Related news “During that time, they audited the annual consolidated financial statements of Sino-Forest and represented to its shareholders that they had performed their audits in accordance with relevant industry standards. Shareholders invested significant sums in Sino-Forest in reliance on these financial statements. Ernst & Young, however, failed to conduct their audits in accordance with relevant industry standards,” the OSC said in a statement of allegations. Specifically, the commission charges that the firm “failed to perform sufficient audit work to verify Sino-Forest’s ownership of its most significant assets; failed to perform sufficient audit work to verify the existence of Sino-Forest’s most significant assets; and, failed to undertake their audit work on the Sino-Forest engagement with a sufficient level of professional skepticism.” Among other things, the OSC also says that the firm failed to properly structure its Sino-Forest audit team, noting that many of its source documents were produced only in Chinese, which weren’t translated into English; that several of the senior partners involved in the audits were unable to read or speak Chinese, and that they relied on its Chinese speaking staff to provide informal translations of important source documents. “As a result, the non-Chinese speaking staff were often not aware that important information was missing from some of Sino-Forest’s key documents,” it says. Ultimately, the OSC alleges that its audit work was not conducted in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS), and that each of these failures to comply with GAAS constitutes a breach of securities law. Additionally, it says that Sino-Forest’s regulatory filings, which contained Ernst & Young’s representation that they had conducted their audits in accordance with GAAS, also represents a breach of the law by the audit firm. “Ernst & Young’s failures to comply with GAAS… led them to overlook or discount significant flaws in Sino-Forest’s assertions relating to the ownership and existence of the Purported Assets. The Purported Assets constituted the vast majority of Sino-Forest’s assets and produced nearly all of its reported revenue. Ernst & Young’s lack of diligence in these areas therefore resulted in significant negative consequences for Sino-Forest’s shareholders,” it says. The allegations have not been proven. An initial hearing has been scheduled for January 7, 2013. Earlier this year, the OSC accused Sino-Forest and former senior executives of fraud. Those allegations have not been proven, and the company is in creditor protection. The case also sparked a review of emerging market issuers generally, which found a number of weaknesses in the governance and disclosure practices of issuers, listing rules, auditing and underwriting practices, earlier this year. In general, it noted a lack of professional skepticism among auditors, and said their work was hampered by a lack of local knowledge, language barriers, and too much reliance on local firms. As a result, the commission published new guidance for issuers last month, and it is also working with other regulators to improve underwriting standards, auditing and listing processes. “Our investigation into Sino-Forest is a complex international investigation, and a major focus has been on whether gatekeepers such as auditors and other corporate advisors properly performed their role in protecting investors,” said Tom Atkinson, director of enforcement at the OSC. “Investors rely on auditors to conduct their audits in accordance with professional standards, particularly when foreign companies are listing on Canadian exchanges. If auditors fail to abide by Canadian auditing standards and securities laws, we will hold them accountable.” James Langton Share this article and your comments with peers on social media SEC charges China affiliates of top accounting firms Keywords Accounting firmsCompanies Ernst & Young LLP, Ontario Securities Commission Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Australian distribution and retail channels take reputational hit Share this article and your comments with peers on social media BMO Global Asset Management (BMO GAM) said Tuesday it will be establishing a base for its institutional asset management business in Melbourne, Australia. The proposed office will focus on sales and serving the needs of Australia’s institutional investors. Canaccord Genuity to increase stake in Australia venture Canaccord completes deal to increase stake in Australia unit BMO GAM says Australian investors will benefit through greater access to a world-class team of asset managers and a group of professionals committed to service excellence. Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO) has had a presence in Australia since 2004, when BMO Capital Markets Ltd. opened a representative office in Melbourne offering investment and corporate banking services to global clients doing business in the Asia Pacific region. “With BMO’s growing presence in Asia Pacific, we can offer our current and potential clients more investment options to choose from and easier access to our global network and wide breadth of expertise,” said Gilles Ouellette, president and CEO, private client group, BMO Financial Group. “Australians have more money invested in managed funds per capita than any other economy so there’s tremendous upside for our asset management business in the region,” said Barry McInerney, co-CEO, BMO GAM. “Since the Australian superannuation system was made mandatory in 1992, it has grown significantly and is the fourth largest in the world.” To lead the firm’s efforts in Australia, it has appointed Ravi Sriskandarajah as managing director, BMO GAM. Sriskandarajah has more than 15 years of asset management experience and was most recently head of institutional sistribution in Australia for one of the world’s largest asset managers. He will be based out of Melbourne and will spend a significant amount of time in Sydney as well. BMO GAM’s expansion into Australia follows the 2012 opening of an office in Abu Dhabi. BMO GAM provides asset management services through BMO Asset Management Inc. and BMO Asset Management Corp.’s multi-disciplined teams based in Toronto and Chicago/Milwaukee and a network of boutique managers strategically located across the globe. Related news Keywords AustraliaCompanies BMO Global Asset Management Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Advertisements Contractor General Says Office Performed Creditably Last Year UncategorizedJuly 27, 2006 RelatedContractor General Says Office Performed Creditably Last Year RelatedContractor General Says Office Performed Creditably Last Year RelatedContractor General Says Office Performed Creditably Last Year FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Contractor General, Greg Christie, has said that the office performed “relatively creditably” last year, in terms of the discharge of its contract monitoring and investigation mandates, the provision of services to the National Contracts Commission (NCC) and conducting procurement outreach and educational workshops.Mr. Christie, in his introductory remarks in the 2005 report for the Office of the Contractor General, which was tabled in the House of Representatives on July 25, noted that that during the year, the office monitored and investigated 330 government contracts, licences and permits; conducted 526 contractor verification visits; completed 890 contract monitoring and site inspection trips; attended, facilitated and supported 49 NCC meetings and 280 NCC sector committee meetings; and provided support for the NCC to review and endorse 401 government contracts valued at some $27 billion.In addition, the Office processed applications for, and completed the registration of approximately 300 new goods and services contractors and approximately 250 new works contractors; monitored scores of tenders and procurement processes of public bodies; and conducted off-site educational workshops for public sector agencies.Meanwhile, the Contractor General informed that efforts were underway to revise the public sector procurement handbook, as some public sector agencies have been experiencing difficulties in interpreting it, leading to the award of contracts on conditions of less than maximum competition.The NCC and the Ministry of Finance and Planning are assisting in the revision process and the updated handbook should be available soon.Mr. Christie noted that while greater effort was being made by government agencies to comply with the procurement procedures, some entities still failed to adequately justify or obtain the requisite approvals, resulting in a rejection of their contract award submissions and further delays in the procurement process.He informed in the report, that based on the number of requests for assistance regarding the preparing of tender documents, as well as the interpretation of the handbook, it was clear that there was need for a structured programme of continuous training, which would be facilitated through workshops or direct consultation with the Office.
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The highly sophisticated instrument offers a wide range of haematological analysis including reticulocyte count and various other haematological research parametersTrivitron Healthcare an Indian health technology organisation recently launched a clinical chemistry analyser – ‘Nanolab 200’ and five part differential haematology analyser with retic – ‘Cellenium 5D Retic’.Nanolab 200 is a fully automated, compact bench-top clinical chemistry analyser with a throughput of 200 tests per hour. The system includes multi-functional sample and reagent probe with collision protection and liquid level detection technology. Trivitron’s Nanolab 200 has a teflon coated mixing arm with variable speed control options. Also, the system comes equipped with an inbuilt laundry customised for minimal water consumption.Trivitron Healthcare’s Cellenium 5D retic, is a five part differential haematology analyser with reticulocyte count technology and has a throughput of 60 samples per hour. The highly sophisticated instrument offers a wide range of haematological analysis including reticulocyte count and various other haematological research parameters. Cellenium 5D retic guarantees accurate and reliable differential count results, as it comes with a double WBC counting mode and laser light multi-dimensional classification system with resistant RBC mode. Additionally, the system is designed to facilitate ease of operation as it includes large touch screen display unit. Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Read Article The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha News Related Posts By EH News Bureau on July 24, 2019 Trivitron Healthcare launches clinical chemistry analyser and five part differential haematology analyser with retic WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Cellenium 5D Reticchemistry analyserfive part differential haematology analyserNanolab 200reticulocyte countTrivitron Healthcare Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Share Add Comment Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Comments (0) MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre”