first_imgThe Franklin County Wildcat Boys Cross Country team was not able to defeat East Central 15-63, but they did have three top ten finishers. Senior, Cody Moore, placed 6th with a time of 18:42. Senior, Evan Apsley, placed 7th with a time of 19:06. Freshman, Drew Grant placed 10th, and had a personal record with his time of 20:27. Hunter Mayfield and Jackson Brumback also had personal best against the Trojans.The Wildcat Girls Cross Country course were defeated by East Central 20-47. However, Freshman, Lauren Kelley gave an impressive performance and took the first place spot, with a time of 21:05. Sophomore, Katelyn Meyer placed 9th and Junior, Taylor Stewart, placed 10th. Freshman, Josie Selm set a personal record on the Franklin County home course. It was an exciting meet for the Lady Wildcat runners.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Stacey Nobbe.last_img

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first_imgA 71-year-old man wanted in connection with the assassination of Belgian deputy prime minister Andre Cools nearly three decades ago has been arrested in southern Italy, Belgium’s foreign affairs ministry said on Wednesday.Cools, also leader of the Socialist Party in Belgium’s French-speaking region of Wallonia, was gunned down in July 1991.A spokesman for the ministry confirmed media reports of the arrest by Italian police at Veglie in the Lecce region. Topics : The Cools affair exposed the murky heart of the Walloon Socialist Party, which the Flemish newspaper De Standaard described as “a corrupt political apparatus, partly infiltrated by mafiosi”.Among the politicians called to give evidence during the trial was Willy Claes, who resigned as secretary general of NATO in 1995 and was then convicted in a massive kickback scandal involving the purchase of Italian helicopters.center_img The arrested man was held under a European arrest warrant issued by Belgium, spokesman Arnaud Gaspart said without elaborating.Thirteen years after the killing, six men — mainly of Italian origin — were convicted of complicity in the assassination and given jail terms of up to 20 years.The two Tunisians who shot Cools dead were tried in Tunis in 1998 and sentenced to 20 years in jail.Prosecutors say the convicted men took their orders from a political rival to Cools, Alain Van der Biest, who was also charged with complicity but died in 2002 in what was ruled to be a suicide.last_img

first_imgHe added: “PEPP is the answer to a question nobody asked.”Müllerleile pointed out that the number of truly mobile employees in Europe – the main target audience for the PEPP – was very limited.Klaus Stiefermann, managing director at the German pension fund association aba and board member at PensionsEurope, also warned about the current PEPP proposal that was tabled by the European Commission in June.He said: “PEPP is to be implemented via a regulation and not a directive. A directive would mean member states could adapt it to fit national particularities. With a regulation this is not possible, it has to be implemented directly.”The complexity of the different tax regimes will be one of the major problems for the pan-European product, Stiefermann said. “How can a smaller provider cover all 27 different tax regimes?” he asked.Additionally, he was worried that varying taxation of the PEPP – which is possible under the current draft – would lead to a sort of ‘tourism’, with people retiring to the country with the best PEPP tax regime.Overall, delegates and members of the panel discussion at the summit agreed PEPP was not set out to be a pension product – only a savings product at best.“Many provisions regarding the payout phase have not been fully thought through,” said Georg Thurnes, board member at RFM Retirement Aon Hewitt in Munich.Christian Böhm, managing director of Austrian pension fund APK and board member at PensionsEurope, added that PEPP might distract from true occupational pension solutions: “Employers might say they will only provide an absolute minimum pension plan relying on their employees to save for themselves via a PEPP.” The European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs committee is due to issue a preliminary decision on the PEPP on 4 June 2018. The pensions industry is growing concerned about the European regulator’s role in the creation of a new retirement savings product.The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has been leading the development of a pan-European personal pension product (PEPP).However, attendees at the Institutional Retirement and Investor Summit, organised by Barbara Bertolini in Vienna last week, warned that EIOPA could be exceeding its authority. It would be the first time a supervisory authority in Europe has created a product for retirement saving.“The fact that EIOPA as the top supervisor is involved in designing a product is crossing a threshold that maybe should not be crossed,” said Hansjörg Müllerleile, director of corporate pensions and related benefits at the German Robert Bosch Group.last_img

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