Monthly Archive: July 2019

ENGLAND coach Steve McNamara has kept faith with s

first_imgENGLAND coach Steve McNamara has kept faith with same 17 that defeated France 32-18 in last week’s international for England’s 2011 Gillette Four Nations opener against Wales at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday, kick off 2.30pm.England:1. Sam Tomkins; 2. Ryan Hall, 3: Jack Reed, 4. Kirk Yeaman, 5. Tom Briscoe; 6. Kevin Sinfield, 7. Rangi Chase; 8. James Graham, 9. James Roby, 10. Jamie Peacock, 11. Gareth Ellis, 12. Ben Westwood, 13. Chris Heighington.Subs: 14. Gareth Widdop, 15. Adrian Morley, 16. Jamie Jones-Buchanan, 17. Jon Wilkin.Wales from:Andrew Gay, Ian Webster, Danny Jones, Peter Lupton, Andy Bracek, Craig Kopzcak, Gil Dudson, Ross Divorty, Geraint Davies, Chris Beasley, Lee Williams, Lloyd White, Matt Seamark, Christiaan Roets, Tyson Frizell, Rhys Williams, Jordan James, Lee Briers, Elliot Kear, Ben Flower, Mark Lennon, Neil Budworth, Ian Watson, Aled James.On Friday Australia take on New Zealand at the Halliwell Jones Stadium (8pm).The VB Kangaroos squad:Billy Slater, Akuila Uate, Willie Tonga, Chris Lawrence, Darius Boyd, Darren Lockyer, Johnathan Thurston, Paul Gallen, Cameron Smith, Matt Scott, Luke Lewis, Sam Thaiday, Anthony Watmough, Cooper Cronk, Keith Galloway, David Shillington, Tony Willoans, Beau Scott, Greg Inglis, Corey Parker.New Zealand:Kevin Locke, Kalifa Faifai Loa, Lewis Brown, Gerard Beale, Jason Nightingale, Benji Marshall, Kieran Foran, Ben Matulino, Issac Luke, Sam Mckendry, Sika Manu, Simon Mannering, Jeremy Smith, Thomas Leuluai, Fuifui Moimoi, Alex Glenn, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Kevin Proctor.Tickets for the 2011 Gillette Four Nations can be purchased by calling 0844 856 1113 or by visiting www.rugbyleaguetickets.co.uklast_img read more

Silvio Schembri files report with Police following fake news

first_img SharePrint <a href=’https://sp2.img.hsyaolu.com.cn/wp-shlf1314/2023/IMG16331.jpg” alt=”center_img” /> Schembri is strongly denying the claimed endorsement. The case has also been reported to Facebook so that action could also be taken from their end.Just a few months ago, Maltese-Italian actor Davide Tucci published a vlog on his Facebook page highlighting the fact that his name and image have been used without his consent by an enterprise known as The Bitcoin revolution.At the beginning of this year, Newsbook.com.mt has also reported that the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is investigating an advertising campaign from a crypto currency company circulating on Facebook.MFSA issues crypto-scam warningWhatsApplast_img

Some Financial Intelligence units facing communication problems – EC

first_imgThere are serious coordination and communication problems within a number of EU member states’ Financial Intelligence Units (FIU), a European Commission report to the Parliament and Council says.The publication entitled, ‘Towards better implementation of the EU’s anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism framework,’ identifies that there are a number of FIU across the European Union, which are not engaging properly in their duties to investigate suspicious financing, engage relevant bodies or to share information between themselves.Although the document does not name the member states in question, it states instead that, ‘some Financial Intelligence Units fail to engage in a meaningful dialogue with obliged entities by giving quality feedback on suspicious transaction reports. The lack of templates for reporting also hampers the quality of the reports by obliged entities. Several Financial Intelligence Units do not fully comply with their obligation to exchange information with other Financial Intelligence Units.’This briefing report is a reaction to the Commission’s Article 65(2) of the Anti-Money Laundering Directive. Its aim is to look at the framework for FIU to operate along as well as to cooperate and coordinate with foreign countries and entities.Within the reaction, it is also highlighted that technical issues and a lack of uniformity of information exchange led to serious problems for FIU to be effective.‘The recurrent technical difficulties in the functioning of the FIU.net seem to have been an important factor and make it more cumbersome for Financial Intelligence Units to share information. The assessment also showed that the lack of regulation of exchanges of information between Member States’ Financial Intelligence Units and Financial Intelligence Units of third countries led to a non-harmonised approach to such exchanges. The compliance of such exchanges with the Union’s data protection framework also needs to be ensured.’Read more:Government and Opposition react to a report yet to be publishedFinancial disclosure requests increased by 116% in 2018 – FIAU reportMFSA published its Anti-Money Laundering/Countering Financing of Terrorism Supervisory StrategyExclusive: ‘Malta must do more against money laundering’ – JourováOnly intervene after risks ariseAlongside the report into the effectiveness of some Financial Intelligence Units, the report also warns about speed of supervisors within credit institutions to raise the alert about risks.In an assessment of 10 case studies on credit institution’s effectiveness identifying money laundering and terrorism financing between the period of 2012 and 2018, they state that some alerts only came about after risks had already materialised. Their yardstick of success was thus based on supervisors being to pre-emptively take action.‘In some cases, supervisors were effective in pre-emptively identifying shortcomings in credit institutions and requiring remedial action, but in a number of other cases, supervisors only intervened after significant risks had materialised or in the face of repeated compliance and governance failures. The timeliness and effectiveness of subsequent supervisory measures imposed on credit institutions varied greatly. Group supervision from an anti-money laundering and countering of financing terrorism perspective was largely deficient. Regulatory and supervisory fragmentation impinged on the effectiveness of cooperation among various actors concerned.’These are just two of the cases raised in the publication referring to the measures to combat the risks of money laundering and terrorism financing, as well as efforts to improve the legislative framework.The full document can be viewed here: WhatsApp <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> SharePrintlast_img read more

BettingPeople RASMUS SOJMARK and ANDREW McCARRON

first_imgInterview: RASMUS SOJMARK and ANDREW McCARRON Rasmus Sojmark and Andrew McCarron of SBC (Sports Betting Community) provide B2B news to the industry and host industry leading seminars and conferences across the globe. In this three-part interview they talk about their business, the sports betting industry, the health of the bookmaking, winners and losers, responsible betting, the future and more. Meeting Rasmus and Andy.RASMUS SOJMARK and ANDREW McCARRON (part 1 of 3)Rasmus Sojmark and Andy McCarron of SBC (Sports Betting Community) talk about the origins of SBC which is a news, media and events company that works with industry leaders to develop the betting and gaming industry.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>RASMUS SOJMARK and ANDREW McCARRON (part 2 of 3)Rasmus and Andy of SBC, Sports Betting Community continue their conversation, in part 2 of 3 they discuss any stigma attached to betting, the other side of the coin, betting to enhance enjoyment of sport, embracing the ‘game’, the anti-gambling lobby and the emergence of e-sports as a major new betting and viewing platform.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>RASMUS SOJMARK and ANDREW McCARRON (part 3 of 3)In the third and final part of their interview Rasmus Sojmark and Andy McCarron of SBC Gaming (Sports Betting Community) talk Fixed Odds Betting Terminals and if that restricted business can migrate on-line, discuss advertising alternatives, who are going to be winners and losers in ‘the game’, the future for independent bookmakers and the business in general.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>last_img read more