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FORM 8.5 (EPT/RI) PUBLIC DEALING DISCLOSURE BY AN EXEMPT PRINCIPAL TRADER WITH RECOGNISED INTERMEDIARY STATUS DEALING IN A CLIENT-SERVING CAPACITY 1. KEY INFORMATION (a) Name of exempt principal trader: Investec Bank plc (b) Name of offeror/offeree in relation to whose relevant securities this form relates: Use a separate form for each offeror/offeree Good Energy Group plc(c) Name of the party to the offer with which exempt principal trader is connected: Investec is Joint advisor to Good Energy
Dublin, Sept. 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Medical Tourism 2022: African Potential" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The winds of change are sweeping across African medical tourism. Once seen as just a source for other medical tourism destinations, some African countries have taken stock and have or will seek to increase inbound medical tourism and reduce outbound medical tourism. Outbound medical tourism costs African countries millions of dollars in exchange rev
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, September 27, 2021--New international survey reveals misinformation is leading to confusion about smoke-free products
Cryptocurrencies rallied on Monday after tumbling on Friday afternoon as the People's Bank of China said all cryptocurrency-related transactions were illegal.
Fancy hunting a kangaroo? Or a zebra? In Texas, you can pay to playIn ‘canned’ hunts, captive animals are shot for meat and trophies but ranchers say they need to make money and exotic animals offer a steady revenue A taxidermy Alaskan brown bear and other animals at the Ox Ranch near Uvalde, Texas. Photograph: Tamir Kalifa/The Guardian
Turner prize 2021: a collective effort to make art radical againPickled cows and unmade beds: the art award has always challenged convention. But in 2021 it is going further, by abolishing individual artists altogether Turner Prize 2021 shortlist. Cooking Sections artists portrait. Photograph: Ruth Clark
Matrix by Lauren Groff review – thrilling trip into the mysticThe Fates and Furies author reconstructs the life of a 12th-century nun, drawing out conflict, drama and queer undercurrents The 12th-century Thoronet Abbey, Provence, France. Photograph: Hemis/Alamy
A majority of voters in Berlin wants city hall to expropriate major landlords such as Vonovia and Deutsche Wohnen to help reduce rents in the German capital, provisional referendum results showed on Monday. Around 56% cast a ballot in favour of the non-binding initiative, compared to 39% against, Berlin government said on its website following Sunday's vote, which was held alongside elections for the city government and the national parliament. The results come as Vonovia, the largest German residential rental company, said it had reached the 50% threshold needed to buy smaller rival Deutsche Wohnen, creating a housing behemoth with some 550,000 apartments worth more than 80 billion euros ($93.7 billion).
Massachusetts troopers set to quit over a vaccine mandate, New York announces plans if vaccine mandate causes a health worker shortage: COVID updates.
Every student deserves to attend a clean, healthy, safe and technologically rich school. Yet, we are far from that reality.
LONDON, September 27, 2021--Launchpool Labs announces the first partners and advisors that bring extensive expertise to their chain-agnostic incubator.
HOUSTON, September 27, 2021--Expro, has appointed Karen David-Green to the newly created position of Chief Communications, Stakeholder and Sustainability Officer.
Some transit riders in Ottawa say they're feeling frustrated as they grudgingly begin another week without access to the city's light rail system. The LRT has been out of service since a train derailed on Sept. 19 before entering Tremblay station. It was the second derailment in less than two months on the system, which recently celebrated its second anniversary. "It's been quite horrible," Audrey Moey said. Moey commutes from Stittsville to downtown and said she's been trying to use the R1 repl
EL DORADO HILLS, Calif & NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan, September 27, 2021--Vecow and Blaize® announce the Vecow ECX-2400 industrial-grade AI Computing System with the low power, high efficiency Blaize Xplorer AI accelerator.
Calgary, ALBERTA, Sept. 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mawer Investment Management Ltd. (Mawer) launched a new Fund today designed to provide investors access to select opportunities in medium capitalization companies in the United States that are generally below $60B. The objective of the Mawer U.S. Mid Cap Equity Fund (the “Fund”) is to provide investors with above-average, risk‐adjusted returns over the long-term utilizing Mawer’s systematic, disciplined, bottom-up investment approach, “Be Bori
The UK manager of American Express, Charlotte Duerden shares her words of wisdom
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, September 27, 2021--As a leading company in digital creativity software, Wondershare today announced that several of its creativity and productivity products have been recognized by G2 Crowd in its latest Summer 2021 Reports. Wondershare Filmora, PDFelement and Recoverit were ranked as industry "Leader," while FilmoraPro shone as a "High Performer," reasserting their statuses from the Spring 2021 Reports.
When her Canadian wife was offered an exciting new job in Thunder Bay in the summer of 2019, Christy Tashjian and her family made the big decision to move from Texas to northwestern Ontario. Trained and working as a nurse practitioner in the United States, Tashjian told CBC News that she didn't think it would be a big deal to transfer her licence and get her registration to work in Ontario. So they moved to Thunder Bay at the beginning of 2020. But more than 20 months later, through the global p
Eastern Ontario's children's hospital is now offering parents do-it-yourself COVID-19 test kits due to rising demand at Ottawa's test centres. With children now back at school, and many too young to get vaccinated, the number of tests administered across the city has nearly doubled over the past month, said Jennifer Milburn, director of COVID response at CHEO. Each day, about 2,500 tests are being administered at assessment centres across Ottawa, Milburn said. The CHEO-operated clinic at the Bre
As the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation approaches, Alana Hogstead has decided as a small-business owner to close up her shop in honour of the day. Hogstead co-owns Martha's Music in Camrose, Alta., with her husband. The store will be closed on Thursday. "We're just a small business and a small voice in the grand scheme of things, but we're going to make our opinion known," Hogstead said in a phone interview. "We think there needs to be more reconciliation and honesty." Hogstead i