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Wednesday 17 November 2010 8:52 pm Northern and Greencore agree merger Show Comments ▼ FOOD retailers Greencore and Northern Foods revealed plans to merge yesterday, in a deal that will produce one of the biggest chilled food players in the UK. The firms, responsible for Goodfella’s pizzas, Fox’s biscuits and the Weight Watchers range, will be rebranded Essenta once the proposed tie-up is complete in March 2011. Management said yesterday the new business, structured as a merger of equals, will float as part of the FTSE 250 index, meaning Greencore will de-list from the Dublin exchange to meet London trading requirements. The company, which will have a combined revenue of £1.7bn, will be tax-domiciled in Ireland with an operational base in Yorkshire. Under the terms of the deal, Northern Foods shareholders will receive 0.4479 of a new Greencore share for each Northern Foods share held.“We are creating a food business of scale, with a balanced portfolio of products and customers that don’t overlap,” said new financial officer Simon Herrick, who joins from Northern. “It gives us fantastic market conditions. The debt funding that is available to us is frankly embarrassing, although the company will be focused on adapting to the merger for the next year.”The deal needs approval from shareholders on both sides. Around 30 per cent of Greencore investors and 12 per cent at Northern, including GAM International and Odey Asset Management, have backed the merger.Shares in both firms soared yesterday leading to speculation of a counter-bid. “Both companies are now in play,” Clive Black from Shore Capital said.ADVISERS GREENCORETHE Irish food group has hired a veritable army of advisers to lend a hand with the merger. Barclays Capital is acting as financial adviser, joint broker and joint sponsor, with Mark Todd and Jon Bathard-Smith heading the team. Yesterday’s announcement was the first public glimpse of Todd since he joined from Citigroup in July 2009. The Queens College, Cambridge graduate has worked with Imperial Tobacco during its acquisition of Altadis, Tata Motors as it bought Jaguar, as well as buying and later selling Somerfield during his ten years at Citi. Joint broker Investec has worked with Greencore for a number of years, with head of investment banking David Currie still heavily involved. Leading on this occasion is Chris Baird, who joined from Dresdner Kleinwort in 2009. IBI Corporate Finance and Goodbody Stockbrokers, both based in Ireland, are acting as joint sponsor and joint broker respectively. Magic circle firm Slaughter & May is advising on the legal side, with partners John Panichola and Jonathan Marks leading a six-strong team. Panichola’s recent work includes advising Ocado on its initial public offering, while Marks aided GlaxoSmithKline’s £900m pensions buy-in with Prudential.ADVISERS NORTHERN FOODSLEEDS-based Northern Foods has taken on UBS to act as financial adviser and broker, with Herbert Smith providing legal backing. UBS has looked after Northern for more than eight years, with head of investment banking Hew Glyn Davies taking the lead. Davies also advises Sainsbury’s, construction firm CRH and Bank of Ireland, which completed a €1.7bn rights issue in June.Craig Calvert acted as broker, adding to a list of clients that includes grocer Ocado and trader IG Group. Hebert Smith partners Gillian Fairfield and Gareth Roberts provided legal advice. Fairfield specialises in corporate finance, with a specialism in mergers and takeovers. She recently advised Rothschild during Centrica’s hostile takevoer, and Arriva when Deutsche Bahn offered a £1.6bn buy-out. 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VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Director of Music Morristown, NJ Featured Jobs & Calls Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS First-time homeowner Evelyn Carlton, once a homeless veteran, sits on the front porch of the home she was able to purchase through Jericho Road. Photo courtesy of Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative[Episcopal News Service] With the support of the Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative, New Orleans resident Jonathan B. Stewart became a first-time homeowner in 2008, three years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city’s housing stock.“When I first saw the house, I thought, ‘This would be awesome.’ I loved the fact that it was new construction,” said Stewart, recalling the narrow, rectangular three-bedroom house. “It was exciting times, to actually own a piece of property, to purchase my first home.”Now, a dozen years later, that initial purchase has propelled Stewart, 36, on a path to generational wealth-building that enabled him in 2018 to move his growing family into a larger home, a goal that has eluded many low- and moderate-income families, Nicole Barnes, Jericho Road’s executive director, told Episcopal News Service.“A lot of our families have only been in a rental situation, even in their parents’ lives,” Barnes said. Although this year marked the 15th anniversary of Katrina, “we are still in recovery.”The affordable housing nonprofit was created in response to Katrina in 2006 as an institution of the Diocese of Louisiana. Its offices sit on a divide between the multimillion-dollar mansions of New Orleans’ upscale Garden District to the south and the historically disinvested Central City neighborhood to the north.“As we moved into the early recovery after Katrina, we started to look at the community behind the cathedral … an historically underserved neighborhood with a lot of renters,” recalled the Very Rev. David duPlantier, dean of Christ Church Cathedral and Jericho Road board chair. “We weren’t sure how much livable property was there, but it seemed logical that the working Black community who had lived there might come back there first.”Katrina left 80% of the city flooded, but not Central City, which later attracted developers and inflated land values. The land speculation, along with the COVID-19 pandemic, has complicated long-term recovery efforts, Barnes said.“In New Orleans, our economy is heavily based on tourism, and a number of our homeowners work in tourism or ancillary industries,” she said. “We’ve also had the added pressures of extreme housing costs. There was a lot of speculation; that put a lot of pressure on the market.“So we’ve had housing costs that were at least twice what they were before Hurricane Katrina, and wages haven’t gone up a lot,” Barnes said. “Because of COVID-19, we’ve been stagnant in tourism. We’ve seen a housing crisis that is still very much in play here and not just because of the storm anymore.”Beyond ‘sticks and bricks’ to transformationIn the years since Jericho Road was created with an initial $2.3 million seed grant from Episcopal Relief & Development, the nonprofit agency has built or renovated 70 homes for families, Barnes said. Its acquisition of Project Home (another nonprofit housing agency) and its construction crew expanded Jericho Road’s reach beyond Central City, and it later launched additional programs to support struggling residents.In a city where in 2017 about 60% of renter-occupied homes and apartments had a Black householder, compared to 34.7% for whites, homeownership is key to climbing out of poverty, Barnes said.Historically, homeownership aids upward mobility, “yet it is just so far out of the reach of so many people, particularly communities of color,” she said. “Homeownership is the number one way we build assets in America. The way that people can start a business, send their children to college is to take out equity in their home. It is not just a shelter for your family. It positions you to be able to do things in a way that makes your family financially upwardly mobile, and that’s what’s so important about it.”Yet New Orleans’ median yearly income per individual is about $36,000, compared to $53,482 nationally. Most Jericho Road homes are sold to first-time homeowners who earn less than 80% of the area’s median income, she said.Additionally, “about 39% of tourism workers in New Orleans earn an average of $24,000 a year or less,” Barnes said. “If you had a house passed down to you from your parents that you own free and clear — think about how much farther that $24,000 would go toward your ability to take care of you and your family. This is not a luxury. It’s a necessity. It’s critically important.”For Stewart at age 24, homeownership was an anomaly. Barnes recalled two agency clients who, at 55 and 56, “were first-time homebuyers. This had been their dream, something they never thought they could achieve.”The process can take up to three years, and Jericho Road currently has 110 potential homeowners, including teachers, postal employees, tourism industry and municipal workers, and others who are routinely priced out of the housing market.“Our housing crisis, in terms of affordability, has put pressure on folks who traditionally would have been great candidates for homeownership … [but who] pay 30-50% of their income just toward their housing costs,” Barnes said.“When you talk about affordable housing, people have a tendency to think about it as ‘those poor people.’ That’s not the situation. The families that we help don’t make a whole lot of money. They work full-time jobs every day. Some have multiple jobs. There are multiple generations like this in a city where housing is not affordable.”As post-Katrina public subsidies have dwindled, the agency has devised creative methods to navigate the shortfall. For example, local costs of land acquisition and new home construction can average about $230,000, nearly twice the qualifying mortgage amount for first-time low- to moderate-income homebuyers.Through a reclamation project, Jericho Road purchases U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development homes at a discounted rate and uses its construction crew to renovate them, getting clients into homes without their “needing multiple layers of assistance.” HUD homes are foreclosed properties that were originally purchased with Federal Housing Administration loans. Residential properties become HUD homes when homeowners are unable to keep up with their monthly mortgage payments and defaults on their loans.Additionally, Jericho Road “has experimented with selling some market-rate homes — one, actually — so we can use the proceeds to help subsidize affordable homeownership,” Barnes said. In addition to its original Central City neighborhood, the agency now serves the nearby Gentilly, Algiers and Seventh Ward areas and has launched owner-occupied rehabilitation programs. Jericho Road has also ventured into the senior residence rental market.But Jericho Road’s work “doesn’t end at the closing table,” Barnes said. “We developed post-purchase programs with families after we started to see that they needed resources to help acclimate them to homeownership.” More than 100 clients have received financial coaching to help close the racial wealth gap and foster financial mobility.Partnerships with local community colleges and carpenter unions provide valuable training and certifications, as well as employment for residents through a workforce development program.“We’re not just building homes, we are building communities,” Barnes said. “It’s not just sticks and bricks. We have to do all these other things to create a neighborhood that’s thriving.”New Orleans is still in a delicate place 15 years after Katrina, said Stewart, whose original home was three blocks from Christ Church Cathedral in Central City. “Some neighborhoods are back in full bloom and thriving. But others have been carved out, suppressed. Some areas of the city just became desolate and are still like a ghost town.”Yet Jericho Road “has sparked an evolution” in Central City, said Stewart, a former board member. “At the time that Jericho Road started building homes in Central City, the Census tract was one of the worst in the city. The investment they made, to construct new homes and bring families in, has drastically increased the property value and has given the neighborhood a sense of ability and purpose.”Evelyn Carlton remembers when Central City was “an area where you roll up your windows, lock your doors and hit the gas to get through real quick.”Now the once-blighted area is home to Carlton, a formerly homeless veteran. “I like the fact that families live here,” she told Jericho Road staffers in a previous interview. “People have a vested interest in what happens in this neighborhood.“And I have the house that I absolutely adore and love. Sometimes, doing some of the work is hard, but it’s my house,” she said. “There is so much pride I get from that … saying it is my house!”For Carlton and many Jericho Road families, “homeownership was never something they thought attainable,” Barnes said. “But this is their ‘forever and ever amen’ home, a way to create generational wealth to pass on to their children.“They are resilient. They are doing whatever it takes to keep their homes. Right now, in the pandemic, we want to make sure our families are positioned to do whatever they need to do to maintain their homes at a crucial time. Housing is even more important at this point.”– The Rev. Pat McCaughan is a correspondent for Episcopal News Service based in Los Angeles, California. 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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 9 February 1999 | News The Institute of Charity Fundraising Managers has a new Chief Executive. The Institute of Charity Fundraising Managers has a new Chief Executive. Rachel Talbot will take up the post on 6th April, moving from her current position as Chief Executive of Suffolk ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England).Read UK Fundraising’s report. Advertisement New ICFM Chief Executive 14 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Melanie May | 19 September 2018 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis20 Dr h.c Molloy & Trevi HouseTrevi House has announced a new patron, Dr.h.c. Jenny Molloy (left with Hannah Shead, CEO of Trevi House). Dr.h.c. Molloy is the author of Hackney Child, a first-hand account of a childhood spent in the care system. Trevi House approached Dr.h.c Jenny Molloy about becoming a patron earlier this year following successive meetings where Jenny offered her help and support to the charity. Valtteri Bottas & Starlight Children’s FoundationOn 19 August, F1 Driver Valtteri Bottas hosted his annual ‘Valtteri Bottas Duathlon’ in his local village, Nastola in Finland, raising €10,000 for Starlight Children’s Foundation. This is the second year Valtteri has supported the charity through his duathlon, raising €20,000 to date. The duathlon is open to all ages, and began with a family challenge followed by the men’s and women’s duathlon’s later in the afternoon. Over 200 people took part in this year’s event, where there were a host of prizes to be won, including a Tunturi junior size bicycle in the family race and 500 euros each for the first prizes winners in the women and men’s races. Here are seven well-known personalities and celebrities supporting a range of charities, from Joanna Lumley and Humans of Our World, to Robert Peston and Hospice UK. Joanna Lumley & Humans of Our WorldJoanna Lumley is supporting a campaign from Humans Of Our World. Through DON’T FORGET NEPAL’S VICTIMS, Lumley is urging people to donate to support survivors of the 2015 earthquake in Nepal who are still suffering. Humans of our World will use the funds towards the humanitarian aid camps in Nepal taking place in October 2018. Tagged with: Celebrity patron Main image: Jorja Smith & Ayman Hariri (CEO & Co-Founder of Vero). Credit: Greg Williams Photography. 133 total views, 1 views today Jorja Smith & Nordoff RobbinsSinger Jorja Smith has chosen music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins to receive a $50,000 donation from Vero. Smith won Vero’s Breakthrough Solo Artist Of The Year Award. This inaugural award is accompanied by a $50,000 donation made by Vero to a charity of the artist’s choice. The money will help directly fund its music therapy delivery around the UK. Advertisement Celebrity round-up: 7 personalities supporting charities Mark Carney & Community FoundationIn partnership with the Bank of England, the Community Foundation welcomed Mark Carney, the Bank’s Governor to Northern Ireland this week. Carney met with senior leaders from the business community and the voluntary sector at a private event in Belfast’s new Grand Central Hotel, on Thursday 13 September. The Governor heard about the business and social issues impacting on NI and the work of the Foundation supporting local communities. Robert Peston & Hospice UKJournalist Robert Peston is to become the new Chair of Hospice UK later this year. The Political Editor of ITV News will take up the role at the charity’s national conference in November. Peston will take over from Lord Howard of Lympne, who is to retire from his role as Chair in November after eight years leading its board of trustees and serving two full terms. 134 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis20 Sheku Kanneh-Mason & JDRFJDRF has appointed internationally renowned cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason as a global ambassador. The 19-year-old British cellist captured the world’s attention during his performance at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 12, five years before he won BBC Young Musician 2016. In January, Kanneh-Mason released his debut album, Inspiration, which topped the classical charts and reached number 18 in the Official UK Album Charts.Photo credit: Lars Borges
Home News Feed Anti-Farm Videotaping Bill Gets Edited by Committee Kraft admits some of the teeth have been taken out of the legislation, but overall it still protects Indiana farmers from exploitation by the media and activists, “At the end of the day, we are still confident we will have a bill that provides additional protection for Indiana agriculture from those who slip onto farms surreptitiously for the purpose of defaming or harming the operation.” Kraft suspects that when the measure goes to conference some of the teeth that have been taken out of the bill may be put back. Media organizations have dropped their opposition to the legislation, while organized labor and radical animal activist groups remain opposed. SHARE Facebook Twitter Anti-Farm Videotaping Bill Get Edited by CommitteeSB373, which would protect farming operations from unauthorized photography or videotaping, went before the House Judiciary Committee on Monday. Bob Kraft with IFB says the bill underwent some major editing, “The bill now no longer even mentions videotaping, it is really a trespass bill.” He told HAT the bill strengths Indiana trespass laws to unquestionably criminal trespass if you go into an area on private property that is clearly marked and delineated as an area where you should not be. That delineation can be something as simple as a fence or a wall. Media organizations had requested the judiciary committee review the bill since they claimed it violated their first amendment rights. Anti-Farm Videotaping Bill Gets Edited by Committee Facebook Twitter The Committee did pass the bill and left in place language, inserted by the House Ag Committee, that makes those who falsify job applications in order to obtain employment on a farm for the purpose of photographing or videotaping that farm eligible for prosecution. “For example, if you are an undercover reporter or activist and misrepresent yourself in order to get a job on a farm so you can take videos, you can be prosecuted under this law,” said Kraft. The bill will now be voted on by the full House and, according to Kraft, is likely will pass. It will then go to a House/Senate conference committee. SHARE By Gary Truitt – Apr 8, 2013 Previous articleNew Pork Cut Names On the WayNext articleRFA Submits Comments on Proposed 2013 RFS2 Volume Requirements Gary Truitt
Organisation VietnamAsia – Pacific to go further Follow the news on Vietnam Three more independent reporters arrested in Vietnam Help by sharing this information April 27, 2021 Find out more News Reporters Without Borders is appalled to learn that a people’s court in the south-central province of Phu Yen sentenced 65-year-old dissident activist Ngo Hao to 15 years in prison on 11 September on a charge of trying to overthrow the government.Hao’s harsh sentence came just weeks after appeal court in the southern province of Long An commuted the sentences of two bloggers, Nguyen Phuong Uyen and Dinh Nguyen Kha.“This long jail term has dashed the hope of less repressive policies that was raised by Uyen’s release,” Reporters Without Borders said. “As was the case with Uyen’s and Kha’s appeal, the court did not allow Hao to exercise his right to a fair defence and, except for his son, did not allow his family to attend the hearing.”Reporters Without Borders added: “We call on the authorities to overturn this conviction and release Hao at once. We also reiterate our call for the release of all the cyber-dissidents currently detained in Vietnam.” Arrested on 8 February, Hao was accused of writing and circulating false information about the government and defaming its leaders from 2008 to 2012. He was also accused of using peaceful means to promote a revolution similar to the Arab Spring uprisings, and of working with Bloc 8406, a dissident group formed in 2006 that wants multi-party democracy.His son, Ngo Minh Tam, has voiced concern about his father’s health, which he says is critical. The hearing had to be paused for several minutes because Hao felt very tired but the judges did not agree to the request for an adjournment.Hao’s wife, Nguyen Thi Kim Lan, yesterday published an open letter to UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon asking the international community to help obtain her husband’s release.Ranked 172nd out of 179 countries in the 2013 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index, Vietnam has been criticized by the international community several times in recent months for its treatment of bloggers and dissidents.The European Union has also expressed its concern about freedom of expression in Vietnam, most recently at a meeting held in Hanoi on 11 September under a cooperation and partnership accord that the EU and Vietnam concluded in June 2012. During this meeting, the EU’s representatives relayed the concerns expressed by Reporters Without Borders.A Franco-Vietnamese association is organizing a human rights march in France ahead of Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung’s visit at the end of September. To draw attention to the crackdown on news providers and human rights defenders in Vietnam, they will begin their march in Nantes on 16 September and plan to reach Paris on 24 September.You too can demand the release of the bloggers detained in Vietnam by signing this Reporters Without Borders petition. News News Vietnam sentences journalist Tran Thi Tuyet Dieu to eight years in prison News RSF laureates support jailed Vietnamese journalist Pham Doan Trang Receive email alerts RSF_en September 12, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Cyber-dissident gets 15 years for posting “subversive” articles online April 22, 2021 Find out more VietnamAsia – Pacific April 7, 2021 Find out more