By Mike Weir 14/08/2019 Please either REGISTER or login below to continue New Premium subscriber REGISTER Reset Your Password Email* << Go back LOGIN Password* Forgotten your password? Please click here Please Login Subscription required for Premium stories In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium This weekend I will vacate London for a nearby coastal county where, among other things, there will be a greasy pole competition.Contestants (I won’t be among them) have to ease themselves along a greased telegraph pole, suspended from one end horizontally over the sea, with the goal of grabbing a flag.The winner receives a prize ham and a whole year’s worth of envy from the other villagers.Whilst watching this seaside fun I may briefly reflect on the fortunes of Roadrunner ... Email* Premium subscriber LOGIN Reset
Share this article and your comments with peers on social media CIBC Asset Management Inc. (CIBC AM) said Monday that it has completed the merger of Renaissance Corporate Bond Fund (the terminating fund) into Renaissance Corporate Bond Capital Yield Fund (the continuing fund). Unitholders of the terminating fund have received units in the same class of the continuing fund. New portfolios from IG Wealth Management Keywords Fund mergers, Character conversionCompanies CIBC Asset Management IE Staff Related news In response to changes to the Income Tax Act announced in the 2013 federal budget, which will eliminate the tax benefits associated with certain forward agreements by December 31, 2014, the investment objective of the continuing fund has been changed to: “To obtain a high level of current income by investing primarily in bonds, debentures, notes and other debt instruments of Canadian issuers.” The continuing fund has been renamed Renaissance Corporate Bond Fund and is now open to new purchases and switches. Horizons proposes merger of two cannabis ETFs CI Investments announces 30 fund mergers Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share Share 126 Views 3 comments LocalNews DAIC condemns recent burglary of businesses by: – June 20, 2017 Press Release: DAICThe Dominica Association of Industry & Commerce (DAIC), Dominica’s premier Private Sector representative body strongly condemns the break and entry of the Digicel building and theft at the Muslim Store, Universal Elegance which occurred on June 15th, 2017. Unnecessary actions such as these only adds to the challenges businesses have to overcome as they seek to support the local economy.We applaud the local authorities for their work thus far and ask anyone with information to come forward to the local authorities or to Crime Stoppers.The DAIC reiterates its support for the efforts of crime fighting agencies such as Crime Stoppers which continue to work with the police and Government to fight crime because of the negative impact this has on business and society. The DAIC encourages businesses and the general public to continue to work with these organizations to assist in the reduction of criminal activity in our country.