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PH parents are confident amid pressure, low financial resilience — survey

Manila Bulletin 18 Apr 2021
These eight universal factors are absence of pressure (internal and external), financial resilience, support for working life, an easy baby, health and well-being resources, a supportive environment, shared parenting, and parenting confidence ... of internal and external pressure.

Integration of Asian financial markets progressing steadily: report 18 Apr 2021
International financial centers, such as Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing and Shenzhen, have played important roles in directing global capital to Asia, serving the real economy, and supporting innovation-oriented development, the report said.

GRA in firing line over garda magazine contract

The Times/The Sunday Times 18 Apr 2021
... in January, after an internal debate that almost led to its closure in 2018, when executives queried its financial viability and relevance.Sponsored.

‘It might be wise to delete data’, former Bóthar chief was advised

Irish Independent 18 Apr 2021
An ex-CEO of Bóthar, who is facing fraud claims, was advised by a former board member to remove information from documents sought by investigators probing financial matters at the international aid charity ... Mr Kelly did not respond to a request from the Sunday Independent to explain his comments ... He denies wrongdoing ... .

The pandemic won't end anywhere until it's under control everywhere

News & Record 18 Apr 2021
The first reason is obvious. The coronavirus won’t sit still ... Then there’s migration ... “Hard-hit developing countries are experiencing financial and humanitarian crises, increasing the risk of surges in migration, collapsed governments, or internal conflict,” the director of national intelligence’s annual threat assessment reported on Tuesday ... .

Money & Me: 'Robert Kiyosaki changed the way I think about money'

The National 17 Apr 2021
After working for a couple of companies, the global financial crisis in 2008 prompted him to quit his communications job in real estate and go into business for himself. The entrepreneur is married and has two sons, one attending university in the UK and the other at an international school in Dubai ... What has been your biggest financial inspiration?.

TPWA set to work on audit-cited 'weakness'

Tahlequah Daily Press 17 Apr 2021
According to the auditor's report, the Arledge & Associates team believes the financial statements were presented fairly ... "The Authority did not maintain appropriate oversight of internal controls to prevent erroneous financial reporting ... The recommendation states that management should evaluate internal controls related to financial reporting.

Liz Weston: Beware the high price of money shame

Erie Times-News 17 Apr 2021
“When we make mistakes with money or things happen to us, we tend to internalize it and make it really personal,” says Bryan-Podvin, author of “The Financial Anxiety Solution.” “If you’re beating yourself up, that’s a good sign that there is money shame.”.

U.S. embassy and PEMC partner on fiscal transparency project |17 April 2021

Nation 17 Apr 2021
The PEMC oversees 32 state-owned enterprises, which have either been established using public financial resources, or the government is a significant shareholding ... The fiscal transparency project will be led by an international consultant and will create a financial and fiscal risk monitoring system for automated data collection from SOEs.

Denver auditor criticizes DIA's Westin Hotel contract

Colorado Politics 17 Apr 2021
Denver Auditor Timothy O’Brien issued a news release Thursday claiming the Westin Denver International Airport Hotel is withholding financial documents related to revenue his office should be allowed to review. The Westin, which is owned and operated by Marriott International Inc., opened at the DIA terminal in 2015.

TLP ban: Multiple grave consequences could ensue for outlawed organisation

The News International 17 Apr 2021
The section says the opinion concerning ‘reasonable grounds to believe’ may be formed on the basis of information received from any credible source, whether domestic or foreign, including governmental and regulatory authorities, law enforcement agencies, financial intelligence units, banks and non-banking companies and international institutions.

Iceland: Staff Concluding Statement of the Virtual 2021 Article IV Mission

International Monetary Fund 17 Apr 2021
Macroprudential measures should address emerging financial sector risks, including those related to the real estate market ... Net and gross public debt have declined by more than 50 percentage points of GDP since the Global Financial Crisis, private debt has halved, and international reserves have reached around 30 percent of GDP.

Climate risk and the role of investors

Lima Ohio 17 Apr 2021
Earth Day will bring together leaders of more than three dozen countries to talk climate ... This year it formed an internal group to study the financial and economic risks posed by climate change ... However, the central bank’s inclusion of climate risk to assess the financial stability of banks and the economy is significant ... .

Board member sues powerful Hershey School, claims he’s being denied financial records

Gettysburg Times 17 Apr 2021
For over a year, lawyer Bob Heist, then-chairman of the Milton Hershey School’s board, says he sought internal financial records detailing the spending history of the $17 billion charity, which has a mission to educate low-income students for free ... The deal quietly tossed a financial lifeline to local investors, including Richard H.

Poverty, politics and peace

The News International 17 Apr 2021
The government must extend financial and technical assistance to civil society organizations to meet international commitments like SDGs through investment in economically productive poverty alleviation programmes.