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Transport Industry Superannuation Fund

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Our Fund was established by an employer organisation to provide a tailor made trucking industry super fund.  We offer a range of benefits to our employers including: Our 1800 777 060 number, connects you straight to staff who can answer any enquiry you have, Simple for the employer to administer, Paperwork needed to operate the Fund is kept to an absolute minimum, The option to utilise automatic banking facilities to pay their members contributions, The option to utilise email and fax facilities to advise us of contribution details for each member. The opportunity to offer a group life plan to reward longstanding and all ...
Law Management: Matakana & The NZ Supreme Justice Club - Top QC ...
 Alan Galbraith QC who is currently in the news for his hidden business relationship with Supreme Court Judge Bill Wilson acted for the Tauranga Maori conman group who stole/frauded/murdered to obtain ownership of Matakana Island. That $11m litigation began when Wellington Investment Bank Far Financial stole our deal to buy Matakana Island. We put together a great deal and they stole it. Owned by well known investment banker Ian Smith, Mr Smith's former business partner is barrister John Eichelbaum, son of Sir Thomas the former New Zealand Chief Justice. John Eichelbaum's former partner; Sir Geoffrey Palmer, ... market research, surveys and trends
Australia: Tax billionaire companies to fund rapid transition to ...
May 24, 2010 -- Even as the Australian federal Labor government sticks its Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme [carbon trading scheme] into the freezer the climate change crisis intensifies, demanding a response adequate to its enormity. The goal dictated by climate science is annual emissions reductions of 5% from now to 2020 -- the critical "transition decade". Policies such as a carbon tax and feed-in tariffs have a role to play in reaching that target, but there is no way it will be remotely achieved without a vast increase in public investment in programs that strip back carbon emissions in the key problem sectors -- energy ... market research, surveys and trends


PNG superannuation fund collapse robs workers of retirement benefits
More than 55,000 contributors to the Papua New Guinea National Provident Fund superannuation scheme were informed via the media earlier this year that a financial collapse had halved the value of their retirement entitlements. Fund managers announced that they were planning to “write down by 50 percent” all contributions paid into the fund prior to December 31, 1999. National Provident Fund (NPF) general manager Rod Mitchell revealed losses worth almost 120 million Kina. He said the members' account in the assets pool was valued at K240 million but this would be written down to K126 million. Mitchell also raised doubts ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Reuters AlertNet - RPT-DAVOS-ANALYSIS-Clean tech: can sovereign ...
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 28 (Reuters) - It may seem like a perfect match. If sovereign wealth funds, which manage assets of $3 trillion, invested in clean tech, they could help plug the chronic shortage of funding to tackle climate change. Since two-thirds of their wealth comes from oil and gas interests, the funds set up by nations from Norway to the Middle East and China would be burnishing their image by helping finance clean energy projects. The world faces an annual funding gap of around $150 billion on projects to cut carbon dioxide emissions. A failure by world leaders to agree on a deadline for a new legally binding ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Policy gaps put nation at risk of resource curse
Reports on the fortunes of two major resource companies, Rio Tinto and Chevron, provide a good indication of the scale of the looming resources boom Mark II. But without policies to dramatically expand the nation's skilled workforce and manage a potential tsunami of resource revenue, this boom could well be our ruin, ending in a wages explosion and rampant inflation. Like so many other resource-rich countries around the world, without better policies Australia is on track to become another victim of the resource curse. This week alone, Australia reported a record June trade surplus of $3.5 billion, underpinned by record ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Let markets fix infrastructure bottlenecks
In 2007, Kevin Rudd promised to fix the clogged ports, congested roads and other supply-side bottlenecks that were strangling the economy and pushing up inflation. Now Julia Gillard also is campaigning to ease the supply-side chokepoints. But instead she's promising to do it by curbing population growth and dampening demand. In the process, the 2010 election is trashing the 1990s growth agenda kicked off by Keating's national competition policy and extended to Eddington's Infrastructure Australia. Rudd claimed Infrastructure Australia would bring national leadership to infrastructure development for the first time ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


trustee for the Transport Industry Superannuation Fund. He has devoted a great deal of time organising a number of transport industry safety initiatives, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Industry-Government Partnership Funds New Energy-Saving and ...
The Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Commerce today announced grants totaling nearly $1.1 million for six industry projects under the Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing that promise new or improved energy-saving and homebuilding technologies within 18 months. The research and development grants will fund further development of the following technologies: Roofing that cools and generates electricity Walls that snap together Super insulating panels created from coal power industry by-products Large-sized insulated steel forms for high-performance concrete foundations and walls ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
CPW--Supply Chain Management
This six-course, application-based certificate program provides a solid foundation in all facets of supply chain network, operations management and cargo security. Students will address both domestic and global issues in supplier and customer relations, value-added product differentiation, cost management, customs/security compliance, and the basic professional skills required to succeed within this industry. These courses have been designed based on current industry needs and in consultation with logistics and supply chain leaders. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment in the transportation ...
WikiAnswers - How does the financial crisis in 2008 resemble the ...
The global economic turndown has led to an unprecedented hardship in the lives of those that came after the great depression of the 1930s. The word financial crisis or global recession generally suggests a decline in economic activities, exceeding a period of six months The root causes of the financial crisis have been suggested as bust in the housing bubble (an artificial inflation in real estate prices) and bust of commodity boom. Other causes of the current financial crisis include, Easy Credit, Sock Market Collapse, Dollar Crisis, Media Influence and Power- Mediocrity Grip. A lot of governments worldwide are currently ...
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Anyone have personal experience with ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy) and/or Stephen Hayes 'Get Out Of Your Mind, And Into Your Life'? My husband is going to be staying in Provo, Utah, next week for work (visiting from New Zealand). He's busy during the day. What are the highlights for dinner food and things-to-see-at-night? He has a rental car. I've been sent an email from a company producing a calendar. They are interested in using some of my photos from flickr for their calendar - not as main images, but as smaller fill pictures. I've said I'm interested, but I've never done anything ...