Archives: May 2017

Get the Full Story of Casio Audi

Brazilian strategic fund management is under the firm legislation of the government through its watchdog agency – the CVM or Brazilian Securities Commission. The investment industry is so competitive that without strong legislation from the government there would be a lot of unethical practices by the organizations which are struggling to dominate the field. Consequent to the atmosphere of unfair practices prevailing in the industry, the Commission of Securities recently proposed to enact tighter regulations to help investment managers, administrators, and advisors to maintain internal organizational discipline.

 

The three most important areas of concern to the Commission include the following policy highlights; many aspects of the current regulations controlling the behavior of fund managers will be appraised fresh, and the necessity for the procedures of obtaining transactional authority will be given prominence. Other requirements will be geared to establishing mechanisms for empowering investment fund administrators to spread the share funds which they manage equitably. Importantly, new rules for maintaining rigid internal conduct and control to facilitate information disclosure to ANBIMA or the Brazilian Association of Finance and Capital Market Entities will be streamlined. The draft also contains many changes like enactment of new risk management parameters, maintaining equity, and how to obtain permission from the Security Commission for one to become a fund manager

 

A result-oriented and competent fund administrator, Casio Audi strongly supports the moves by the CVM to restore the integrity of investors in the country. Mr. Audi is a forward thinker, and insightful manager who has excellent credentials in Decision Support and Controllership, Development of Growth Strategies, Resource Management, Modeling and Analysis, Financial Management and Accounting, and Investor Relations & M&A. For over 23 years he has had a successful career in both the private and public sectors. His high qualifications have made him help startups, high net-worth organizations, turn-around cases, and privately owned equity funds to succeed and to be profitable.

Goettl and their HVAC services

On an article published my medium.com, Goettl, which is a leader in providing HVAC services, provided heat for a family that lives in Las Vegas. Goettl also showed the advantages of using zone-controlled heating. Goettl Air Conditioning has its regional offices situated in Las Vegas, Tuscon, Arizona and Phoenix. The company is known for its excellent relationship with the community it serves and the international community at large. Goettl Air Conditioning has gone out of its way to make an impact on the lives of people through air condition services. The company provided a source of light/heat for a family that lives in Las Vegas during the holiday season.

The family of Abana Stephenson had been living in a house that lacked a functional air conditioning, a toilet and heat unit. Stephenson said that her two daughters who are teenagers had gotten used to this situation. The mother of the 2 girls, Stephenson stated that the girls used to go to her room to sleep or stay cool during the summer months and also to get warm during winter. After learning that this family needed help, Michael Gamst who is Goettl’s manager decided to take quick action. Alongside his team members, they put up a new air conditioning, toilet and heat unit for the Stephenson’s at no cost.

The family also received gift donations from the Goettl workers and a non-profit organization known as Triple5teens. Expressing her gratitude, Stephenson said that she was happy to know that the world still has people who care. Since Goettl was founded in 1926 by the Goettl Brothers, it has been offering HVAC services to the people of Arizona. The Goettl Brothers were Bill, John and Adam. The company which is based in Phoenix has grown over the years to become an internationally recognized leader in the evaporative coolers’ mass production.