Purpose looks to fill retirement income gap with longevity fund The investment objectives, investment strategies and management of the affected funds remain the same, CIBC said in a release. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Franklin Templeton launches new real asset fund Toronto-based CIBC Asset Management Inc. has lowered the risk ratings for two of its Renaissance Investments mutual funds.The Renaissance U.S. Equity Growth Currency Neutral Fund risk rating has been lowered from “medium to high” to “medium,” and the Renaissance Global Real Estate Currency Neutral Fund risk rating has been lowered from “high” to “medium to high.” IG Wealth amends product shelf Keywords Risk rating, Mutual fundsCompanies Renaissance Investments, CIBC Asset Management IE Staff 123RF Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
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McCarthy: “Taking a look at what’s possible. This is an area of highway that has some accident history. So they’re looking, it’s a two lane, where the Sterling necks down to two lanes if you’re headed south, all the way to the Fred Myers in Soldotna. So the study is looking at what’s possible in terms of the alternatives. What we can build and who that will improve safety. So they’re working on a final report and we should see that final report in the first half of 2015 and then they would look for funding to do construction.” For more on the DOT’s plan, visit: Sterling Highway Project. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The State Department of Transportation is still studying ways to make the Sterling Highway safer. Spokeswoman Shannon McCarthy says once they’re done they’ll put their findings out for public comment…
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Ishigaki saw his hopes of a first career win dashed and finished two shots adrift of Singh after a 72. Teenage pro Ryo Ishikawa shot a 67 on his way to a third-place tie with Taigen Tsumagari, Akio Sadakata and New Zealand’s David Smail on 279.Singh showed little sign of the effects of a heavily sprained ankle he sustained during the French Open nearly a month ago and charged up the leaderboard by making four birdies through 11 holes. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES CHITOSE, Hokkaido Pref. (Kyodo) India’s Jeev Milkha Singh birdied three of the final four holes in a final-round 66 to claim a come-from-behind victory at the Nagashima Shigeo Invitational Sega Sammy Cup on Sunday.Singh overcame a four-shot deficit on overnight leader Sushi Ishigaki with the lowest round of the day, which gave him his third win on the JGTO tour with a 13-under-par total of 275 at The North Country Golf Club.
Branded seat coverings have been installed across blocks in the Dolman Stand as Thatchers, Blackstar Solutions, Poplar, Centreline and Tokyo Time show their support for Lee Johnson’s men as they continue their Sky Bet Championship campaign.Between Thatchers – the cider of choice for fans at Ashton Gate – communications provider Blackstar, City’s back of shirt sponsors Poplar Insulation, aviation services experts Centreline and leisure headwear specialists Tokyo Time, the seat coverings will give an at-home feel to the game which is being shown live on Sky Sports and Robins TV.And for fans who share Tokyo Time’s love for headwear, the Bristol Sport partner are offering a 20 per cent discount which can be redeemed online at tokyotime.co.uk using the code FLYERS20 at the checkout.Seat covering opportunities are available for City’s remaining home games against Cardiff City (July 4th, live on Sky Sports) and Hull City (July 8th), Stoke City (July 15th) and Preston North (July 22nd) with all matches broadcast on Robins TV Live. Please contact [email protected]