Claudia Pina is one of the pearls of The farmhouse. The forward has drawn attention for her precocity and innate talent that have led her to always be ahead of her generation. At 16 years, five months and two days he debuted in an official match with the Barcelona to be the youngest player to do it. However, despite being in his second year as a professional, Pina is barely having minutes on a star-studded team.Jenni Beautiful, Oshoala, Mariona, Martens, Hansen… Barça’s attackers’ roster has many karats and that’s why the young youth squad is practically not having opportunities. The Catalan has 144 minutes between the three competitions spread over six games. The junk minutes, which are called, in which he has not even been able to see the door. At 18, Pina, although he belongs to the first team, alternates it with matches in the filia of Iberdrola Challenge. A complicated situation for the front. Pina, however, remains one of the pillars of the lower categories. In fact, bronze was hung on the U17 World Cup with only 15 years; the silver in the Sub 20 world with 17 years; and that same year the gold in the Sub-17 World Cup. In 2017 she made her idyll clear with the goal when she was named the best scorer of 2017 for the men’s and women’s teams with 16 goals during that calendar year. A scorer who has yet to explode in professional football.Future. Claudia Pina is one of the most sought-after players in all Europe. Both she and Barcelona know that she needs minutes at the highest level to truly see her projection, but her future is stuck. The azulgrana ends her contract in June 2020 and Barcelona wants to renew it. She is not so clear on top team deals like PSG or Real Madrid on the table. Without renewal, an agreement was not reached for it to be transferred, despite the interest of several Primera Iberdrola teams. Pina looks to the future with uncertainty, although she seems to be far from Can Barça.
New direct flights between Newcastle and Canberra and a new arrivals hall at Newcastle Airport that will boost business tourism in the Greater Hunter region.Sydney-based Pelican Airlines will launch direct flights between Newcastle and Canberra on April 27, 2015, under its Fly Pelican brand, using 19-seat BAE Jetstream 32 turboprop aircraft.The airline will offer a morning service from Newcastle to the national capital and a late afternoon return flight plus a Sunday afternoon service.The announcement is in line with the completion of stage one of an AUD$14.5 expansion of Newcastle Airport which will see a 50 per cent bigger terminal increase capacity, and facilitate the growth of domestic flights.Stage two of the airport expansion includes a full refurbishment of the existing terminal and improvements to the departures area, and is expected to be completed by late 2015.Serving nearby Newcastle, Port Stephens and the Hunter Valley, Newcastle Airport is the second busiest airport in NSW and the 12h busiest in Australia.The Business Events and Conventions Developer for the Newcastle Convention Bureau, Georgia Lazzari, said the new-look Newcastle Airport will enhance the appeal of business events in Newcastle.“As the base for many government departments, Canberra is obviously a key source of business for conferences and meetings in our region and when corporate groups arrive here, Newcastle Airport is now able to personally welcome them so we see expect to see more corporate travelers,” Ms Lazzari said.Source = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wiseman
Alliant Credit Union Selects New Lending Technology June 27, 2012 498 Views Share “”LenderLive Network Inc.””:www.lenderlive.com/ is welcoming a new client for its loan fulfillment program. The company recently announced that Illinois-based “”Alliant Credit Union””:www.alliantcreditunion.org/ has selected LenderLive’s end-to-end mortgage servicing platform, eOriginator.[IMAGE]In choosing LenderLive, Alliant will enable the credit union’s loan officers and correspondent lenders to directly upload loan applications, for automatic submission to the technology company’s underwriting review process. [COLUMN_BREAK]In an official statement, LenderLive noted that Alliant will now be “”able to focus on growing their mortgage business without having to assign internal resources to process fulfillment and provide regulatory updates.””Alliant’s mortgage production manager, John Sweitzer, said of the credit union’s decision, “”Partnering with LenderLive was an easy decision to make. The company has the sophisticated technology we needed, as well as established key relationships with many of our business partners which is paramount to our success. “”When considering a company to do business with, we knew what we did not want based on previous experience. LenderLive has the key ingredients that made the company a natural fit for us,”” he added.Echoing Sweitzer’s positive commentary, LenderLive’s CEO, Rick Seehausen, stated, “”Community-based lending is vital to the financial industry’s future, and credit unions continue to emerge as valuable mortgage market players. LenderLive is uniquely qualified to work with credit unions, such as Alliant, because we understand and compliment the relationships they have with their members, and we also have deep mortgage process expertise as evidenced by our tenure in the industry.”” Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Company News Credit Unions Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2012-06-27 Abby Gregory in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing, Technology