América Móvil emprenderá acciones legales contra el regulador mexicano AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 18 NOV 2016 Tags Saleha joined Mobile World Live in October 2014 as a reporter and works across all e-newsletters – creating content, writing blogs and reports as well as conducting feature interviews…More Read more Español La Suprema Corte de Justicia mexicana falla en contra de América Móvil Previous ArticleCEOs play down wider Vodafone/Liberty Global dealNext ArticleUS extends ZTE sanctions reprieve to February 2017 Saleha Riaz Home Altan wins Mexico mobile network tender América Móvil planea escindir su división de torres y registra beneficios en el cuarto trimestre Related Author Altan, a consortium whose backers include US, Chinese and local investors, won the tender to build a multi-billion dollar wholesale mobile network in Mexico, after the only other bidder was disqualified for not presenting enough funds.The consortium is led by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure with a 33 per cent stake, followed by a 23 per cent stake held by the China-Mexico Fund. Additional shareholders include Canada’s second-largest pension fund, Caisse du Depot et Placement du Quebec, local cable television operator Megacable and Axtel, a local telecoms operator.The tender was delayed several times, most recently when last week a consortium made up of Rivada Networks and Spectrum Frontier was disqualified by the Ministry of Communications and Transport for not presenting a $52 million bid bond on time, a decision it is currently contesting in court.Altan has already raised $750 million and plans for the network to cover 92 per cent of the population within seven years, Reuters reported.Rivada Networks believes its bid included a better plan. Co-CEO Declan Ganley has been tweeting about it: “No surprise, Rivada’s coverage plan is significantly higher than only opened bid. People of Mexico are being given a raw deal, which is sad.”According to earlier government estimates, 85 per cent coverage would need some $3.5 billion, and 95 per cent around $7 billion.Altan is the second investment for the China-Mexico Fund, an investment firm which has raised $1.2 billion to date.Altan will be allowed to use high quality spectrum in the 700MHz band and will be given a 20-year public-private partnership contract to build a 4G network that can be rented to operators.The network is part of a strategy to reel in the dominance of America Movil. AltanMexico
Digital Benefit Advisors (www.digitalbenefitadvisors.com(link is external)), a division of Digital Insurance, the nation’s largest and most technologically advanced employee benefits-only agency, is now enrolling Vermont businesses in its private insurance exchange, Digital Benefits Marketplace. This simple, new approach to employee benefits is attracting employers and receiving positive reviews for its ability to control benefits expenses through fixed costs, known as defined contributions. It also features live customer support to guide individuals through the enrollment process.Digital Benefits Marketplace enables companies — including small and mid-sized businesses — to provide a comprehensive array of employee benefits, while eliminating time and challenges traditionally related to administration. Unlike many exchanges, Digital offers a crucial factor that sets it apart in the marketplace ‘ the human element. Employees have access to benefits counselors to guide them during — and after — the enrollment process.‘Digital Benefits Marketplace might be the easiest, most comprehensive approach to employee benefits that can serve any size business,’ says Bob Gaydos, national director of private marketplaces for Digital Benefit Advisors (DBA). ‘Once an employer determines how much they want to contribute toward each employee’s benefits, that’s it; their work is done,’ he explains. ‘The costs are fixed, and employees choose the options that work best for them, while Digital’s experts provide complete administration services along with individual decision support.’How does Digital Benefits Marketplace work?An employer specifies a certain amount of money for each employee to spend on benefits (a defined contribution).Digital’s online enrollment system integrates with carriers and payroll service providers.Employees shop in an online store, selecting the plans and coverage that best meet their needs. Options include health insurance plus ancillary/voluntary products and services including life, disability, accident, critical illness, long-term care, dental and vision insurance.‘Digital Benefits Marketplace provides a consumer experience like no other exchange,’ states Gaydos. ‘Regardless of a company’s size, employees have access to knowledgeable customer service representatives by phone or via online chat who can guide individuals and their families through the process.’Because Digital already has the sophisticated infrastructure a private exchange requires, there are no costly set-up fees. Implementation is fast and Digital provides communication tools to educate the workforce. Typically, enrollment can begin within a week after a company decides to convert to the new system.‘Interest in Digital Benefits Marketplace has been phenomenal, particularly with mid-sized and small employers,’ explains Gaydos. Nationally, the private exchange has already engaged more than 100 businesses and enrolled nearly 10,000 members.Companies are attracted to the defined contribution strategy, which enables them to operate with a fixed budget, providing long-term financial sustainability. Digital Benefits Marketplace also offers employers an immense degree of flexibility regarding their decision to participate and at what level. Among the options: employers can help finance all benefits or contribute to health coverage only. Another alternative is to provide only ancillary plans. This allows them to retain an attractive benefits package, if they elect to direct employees to public exchanges for health insurance.‘This system empowers employees, giving them the choice to spend their benefits dollars where they perceive the greatest value,’ says Mike Sullivan, Digital’s executive vice president and chief marketing officer. ‘They are now in control of the decision-making process and have the ability to customize plans based on their individual and family needs.’ Sullivan adds, ‘This long-term strategy creates more educated, engaged consumers. And, combined with cost transparency, it can lead to healthier lives, while helping drive down the cost of care.’DBA is part of a national network with a local office in Colchester, Vt. For more information or to sign up for a free webinar, employers can visit www.digitalbenefitsmarketplace.com(link is external) or call 866-802-5116.About Digital InsuranceDigital Insurance (www.digitalinsurance.com(link is external)) is the largest,’ most technologically advanced’ employee benefits-only agency’ in the U.S.’ Distinguished by its focus on innovation and education, the company creates greater value for employers and inspires individuals to become more engaged health care consumers. Its largest division, Digital Benefit Advisors (www.digitalbenefitadvisors.com(link is external)), is a national network of experienced, local market experts who deliver’ expanded’ offerings’ to businesses and organizations. Digital is a subsidiary of Fidelity National Financial (NYSE: FNF).ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Digital Benefit Advisors 10.29.2013
We start this week’s report at Khao Kheow where thirty three hopefuls vied for the top position in their respective divisions. In division two, otherwise known as the South Korean division, our resident Sam Lee narrowly won the day with 37 points, just beating Daryl Harvey on a countback which went to the last three holes. In division one Mike “The Machine” Rushant, who is always about the top three spots, posted a strong back-nine to stave of the challenge of Iko Akitoshi.Tuesday, Jan. 8, Green Valley – StablefordDivision 11st Arnold Jones (14) 38pts2nd Mike Rushant (11) 38pts3rd Barry Wood (13) 36ptsDivision 21st Ho Yong-Wang (23) 35pts2nd John O’Donoghue (19) 35pts3rd Alex Fenwick (19) 31ptsFor the second consecutive day a count back was required to determine the winner of division two and once again the South Koreans came out on top. Ho Yong-Wang held off John O’Donoghue to claim his first victory for 2019.In division one Mike “The Machine” fell at the final hurdle and allowed Arnold Jones (A.J) to cross the finishing line in first place. Both divisions required countbacks to determine a winner, however division one went down to the last hole.Wednesday, Jan. 9, Greenwood – Stableford1st John T Welch (36) 45pts2nd Ross Luchterhand (18) 41pts3rd Jim Best (15) 40ptsIt was here that the magic happened. John T Welch, who is not known for his golfing prowess but has a claim to fame for his mouthwatering BBQ’s, threw away his cooking equipment and “steaked” his claim in the annals of golfing history. His amazing 45 points shook the golfing fraternity to the core and left the rest of us looking like minced meat.Thursday, Jan. 10, Phoenix Gold – StablefordDivision 11st Daryl Ottaway (8) 41pts2nd Kim Seung-Hwan (14) 38pts3rd Mike Rushant (11) 38ptsDivision 21st Peter McGinty (23) 36pts2nd Sam Lee (36) 34pts3rd Kim Hyoung-Tae (23) 31ptsPhoenix always attracts good numbers and today was no exception, with thirty-seven players in the field.In division two it was a pleasure to see Peter McGinty take out the number one spot with a very respectable score of 36 points. In division one the scoring was very impressive and our resident “lefty” Daryl Ottaway shot the lights with a brilliant three-over par round to deservedly take out first place.Friday, Jan. 11, Burapha – StablefordDivision 11st Kim Seung-Hwan (14) 40pts2nd Bob Hannon (13) 39pts3rd Rocky Jones (05) 36ptsDivision 21st Peter Williamson (16) 38pts2nd Don Hawkins (16) 38pts3rd Eun Suk-Choi (17) 36ptsWith a fantastic turnout of forty-two players today, in division two Peter Williamson took his playing companions apart with a 38-point round. In the top division Kim Seung-Hwan was staking his claim to fame in the golfing fraternity with a very commendable 40 points and representing his fellow countrymen in the higher echelons of golf.Saturday, Jan. 12, Pattavia – StablefordDivision 11st Colin Smith (12) 40pts2nd Don Hawkins (16) 38pts3rd Mike Rushant (11) 38ptsDivision 21st Nathan Sheridan (21) 42pts2nd Sam Lee (18) 37pts3rd Jim Sheridan (26) 36ptsWe finished this week at Pattavia, where the average golfer quivers in fear of the pace and undulation of the greens. Not so for the iconic Nathan Sheridan whose muscle-bound body allowed him to K.O. the opposition with a brilliant 42 points. Meanwhile in division one it was current player of the year Colin Smith with a very respectable 40 points who took the plaudits. Traveller’s Rest Golf GroupMonday, Jan. 7, Khao Kheow – StablefordDivision 11st Mike Rushant (11) 37pts2nd Iko Akitoshi (11) 36pts3rd Lee Kwang-Jae (14) 34ptsDivision 21st Sam Lee (18) 37pts2nd Daryl Harvey (28) 37pts3rd Terry Martin (19) 35pts Kim Seung-Hwan & Peter McGinty..
By RUSSELL BENNETT THE Garfield side that takes to the field in the newly-formed Ellinbank western division next season will…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.