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These companies generated net sales of €9.6m in the 2020 calendar year, and earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation of €900,000. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter M&A Furthermore, it aims to become a leading B2B provider of marketing campaigns and software solutions for both igaming and other industries. Tags: Acroud AB “The product portfolio in the group becomes diversified and adapted for fast growth,” Marcussen explained. “Both parties and our teams share a vision that is easy to get behind. We are thrilled to be joining the ride.” It also includes Voonix, a B2B software provider offering solutions to improve information and productivity for affiliates across a range of industries, and Traffic Grid, which delivers marketing campaigns across igaming affiliate networks. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The purchase agreement follows Acroud and PMG signing a letter of intent to complete the deal in November last year. “This is another important piece of the puzzle in the implementation of Acroud’s strategy to become a fast-growing global challenger in digital comparison and news services,” its president and chief executive Robert Andersson (pictured) said. However, while that set out a price of €5.5m (£4.9m/$6.7m) before earn-out for the assets, the purchase agreement sees this lowered to €4.8m. Of this total, €2.4m will be paid in cash, with the remaining €2.4m consideration satisfied through 8,000,000 newly issued Acroud shares, priced at SEK2.99 apiece. 20th January 2021 | By Robin Harrison Acroud closes PMG deal to enhance B2B and media capabilities Affiliate business Acroud has completed its acquisition PMG Group’s igaming assets, in a move designed to enhance its news and direct comparison operations, as well as allowing it to offer B2B services. Shares in Acroud were trading up 0.35% at SEK2.88 per share in Stockholm on Wednesday (20 January) afternoon. PMG chief executive Morten Marcussen said the synergies and strategic benefits of the transaction would “push Acroud to the next level and give the company a unique position on the market”. Acroud added that the deal, and coupled with acquisitions of the US-facing CompareCasino, and for an as-yet unnamed sports betting brand, position the business as “a leading affiliate company in casino, sports betting and poker”. “After the integration of the acquired assets, the focus will be on ‘operational excellence’ and on developing the new Acroud together with our new team and our new partners on an exciting journey forward.” Topics: Marketing & affiliates Strategy Affiliates M&A Email Address The deal will see Acroud take ownership of Matching Visions, described as an igaming network with a leading position in the European casino affiliate market. The deal also comes with an earn-out consideration, based on the acquired companies hitting certain financial targets in the 2021 fiscal year. This could raise as high as €16m, and will be split equally between cash and shares.
CBZ Holdings Limited (CBZ.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2009 presentation results for the half year.For more information about CBZ Holdings Limited (CBZ.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the CBZ Holdings Limited (CBZ.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: CBZ Holdings Limited (CBZ.zw) 2009 presentation results for the half year.Company ProfileCBZ Bank Limited is a commercial bank in Zimbabwe; and licensed by the national banking regulator, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. CBZ Bank was founded in 1991 when the Zimbabwe government took control of the defunct Bank of Credit and Commerce. The government assumed a 100% ownership, but this has been diluted through privatisation and its listing on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange in 1998. CBZ Bank is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the listed financial services group CBZ Holdings and offers the full spectrum of financial services; from retail and commercial banking to treasury services, group investment banking and asset management, short- and long-term insurance, security trading and property investments. CBZ Holdings Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
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Los gastos proyectados ascienden a $125.057.351, con un superávit insignificante de $25.834. Su proyección de ingresos se basa en parte en la solicitud a las diócesis de la Iglesia y las zonas de misión regionales de donar un 18 por ciento de sus ingresos para financiar el presupuesto de 2016, un 16,5 para el de 2017 y un 15 por ciento en 2018.La versión del presupuesto presentada el 1 de julio por el Comité Permanente Conjunto sobre Programa, Presupuesto y Finanzas (PB&F) también incluía una importante iniciativa de $2 millones sobre justicia y reconciliación raciales, aunque reduce el monto de dinero que solicita que las diócesis contribuyan a un 15 por ciento para 2018. La iniciativa se mantiene.El nuevo dinero para iniciativas latino-hispanas y para la plantación de iglesias aumenta para algunos pero no para todos a los que se invocan en las resoluciones A086 y D005 respectivamente. Juntas, las dos resoluciones piden $6,5 millones.El presupuesto presentado por el PB&F ya contenía $3 millones para el comienzo de nuevas congregaciones. El presupuesto hacía notar que el PB&F anticipaba un esfuerzo de colaboración para ayudar a poblaciones subatendidas, entre ellas las comunidades hispanas.El presupuesto aprobado entrará en vigor el 1 de enero de 2016.El Rdo. Frank Logue, diputado de Georgia y miembro del PB&F, propuso añadir dinero adicional para la evangelización, diciendo que “esta Convención se encuentra en un momento potencialmente histórico” habiendo elegido a un “máximo directivo de la evangelización” cuando eligió al obispo de Carolina del Norte Michael Curry como su próximo obispo primado. Él dijo que si bien ambas cámara habían convenido en las resoluciones A086 y D005, el presupuesto presentado “no aumenta significativamente nuestro empeño en pro de la evangelización”.“Pero la buena noticia es que tenemos los medios para estar a la altura de la voluntad de este organismo”, dijo, proponiendo que se tomara el medio por ciento adicional de los ingresos de inversiones.El hacer así, explicó, “nos permitiría irnos de esta convención habiéndole proporcionado al obispo primado recién electo el apoyo que necesita para ayudarnos a llegar a otros por amor a Jesucristo”.Mientras Logue sugería que los $2,8 millones se adquirieran a través de una extracción adicional de medio por ciento de los aproximadamente $220 millones en activos invertidos irrestrictos de la Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera, su enmienda al presupuesto pedía que se añadiera el dinero a un renglón llamado “Ingresos de reservas irrestrictas para iniciativas de evangelización” Los activos invertidos irrestrictos y las reservas de corto plazo de la DFMS son dos fuentes de dinero diferentes. La asignación de $2 millones para la labor de reconciliación y justicia raciales debe venir también de las reservas de corto plazo.La Rda. Susan Snook, de Arizona, promotora de la Resolución D005, dijo a los diputados que “es hora para nosotros, como Iglesia Episcopal, de respaldar nuestras palabras con dinero, de ser audaces, atrevidos y apasionados en la creencia de que tenemos algo que ofrecer a cada comunidad, a cada cultura, en cada lugar donde somos la Iglesia Episcopal”.“No invertir en cambiar vidas es siempre desperdiciar [recursos]”, afirmó.Los diputados aprobaron la adición de los $2,8 millones en una votación de 571 a 257.Los diputados también convinieron, 455 a 368, en sacar $150.000 de la cantidad presupuestada para la oficina de desarrollo de la Iglesia y otorgársela a la Red Episcopal para Mayordomía. Los $266.530 que la agrupación recibió en el presupuesto actual se habían contemplado como una subvención por una sola vez y el PB&F no la renovó.El Rdo. John Floberg, diputado de Dakota del Norte y miembro del Consejo Ejecutivo y del PB&F, tomó luego el micrófono para instar a los diputados a que dejaran de cambiar el presupuesto.Calificando éste de uno de los procesos presupuestarios más abiertos que la Iglesia jamás había conocido, Floberg dijo: “es hora de que esta cámara deje que el presupuesto que se le ha presentado y que ya ha sido enmendado se quede como está. Este no es el momento para diputados que no han estado al tanto de toda la información acerca de todas las solicitudes que se han presentado de estar poniendo una cosa contra otra. Es el momento de alguna confianza”.El presupuesto se aprobó luego 799 a 24.La Cámara de Obispos debatió la cláusula sobre la evangelización sobre la cual la mayoría de los obispos se pronunciaron por su aceptación.“A veces uno tiene sencillamente que correr el riesgo”, dijo el obispo Scott Hayashi, de la diócesis anfitriona de Utah. “Hemos hablado que la evangelización y la reconciliación racial son importantes para nosotros. Si realmente creemos eso, debemos encontrar un modo de llevarlas a cabo”.“Decir sí, estamos a favor de la evangelización, pero no vamos a financiarla, nos haría parecer realmente bastante tontos”, dijo el obispo de Arizona Kirk Smith, añadiendo, “la misión de la Iglesia no es balancear el presupuesto”.Diana Bruce, obispa sufragánea de Los Ángeles, les dijo a sus colegas: “es importante que recordemos que estamos hablando de la economía de Dios, no de la economía del hombre o de la mujer”.Los obispos aprobaron el presupuesto tal como lo enviaron los diputados en una votación de viva voz.Los estímulos para la iniciativa de justicia y reconciliación raciales del presupuesto provinieron de la Resolución C019 que le pide a la Iglesia que responda a la injusticia racial sistémica y solicita $1,2 millones para esa labor.“Fue el sentir del comité (PB&F) que —dada la atmósfera en que vivimos ahora con los atentados y las dificultades que enfrentan los afroamericanos— queríamos hacer más”, dijo a ENS la Rda. Mally Lloyd, de Massachusetts, presidente del PB&F, el día antes de que se presentara el presupuesto. “Denles $2 millones y una pizarra en blanco para que realmente traten de hacer algo nuevo para la Iglesia que esperamos tendrá un impacto importante”.Lloyd dijo que el comité decidió no ocuparse de las dimensiones del trabajo “para que el movimiento del Espíritu” guíe a los líderes de la Iglesia.Los $2 millones provendrá de las reservas de corto plazo de la Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera (DFMS) y forma parte del superávit de $4,7 millones con el cual se predijo que terminaría el trienio 2013-2015.“Estamos corriendo un riesgo como Iglesia de no tener una emergencia que precise recurrir a esas reservas”, dijo Lane a ENS. “Vemos esto como una circunstancia extraordinaria y una oportunidad extraordinaria y, por consiguiente, estamos usando medios extraordinarios para sostenerla”.El presupuesto original tal como fue propuesto por el PB&F se encuentra aquí. La cobertura de ENS de la presentación del presupuesto del PB&F se encuentra aquí e incluye más detalles sobre su contenido.— La Rda. Mary Frances Schjonberg es redactora y reportera de Episcopal News Service. 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Photographs The House of Still / Snow AIDe “COPY” Architects: Snow AIDe Area Area of this architecture project Photographs: Jaeyoon Kim Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyHouses•Gapyeong-gun, South Korea 2017 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/898412/the-house-of-still-snow-aide Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/898412/the-house-of-still-snow-aide Clipboard Save this picture!© Jaeyoon Kim+ 28Curated by María Francisca González Share Houses Area: 224 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Lead Architects: The House of Still / Snow AIDeSave this projectSaveThe House of Still / Snow AIDe Year: ArchDaily Manufacturers: Dunn Edwards, Ewha brick, Stuc-O-flex, VMZINC, Younhyun Trading Hohyun Park, Hyunjoo Kim City:Gapyeong-gunCountry:South KoreaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Jaeyoon KimRecommended ProductsDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcWindowsAccoyaAccoya® Windows and DoorsWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityDoorsEGGERWood Laminate Doors in Molecular Plant Science InstituteSave this picture!Site PlanText description provided by the architects. Cheongpyeong belongs to Gapyeong, located in the northeast of Seoul. It is surrounded by mountains and overlooks the Han River. It is famous for its relaxation and leisure facilities in Natural Forest. There is old Cheongpyeong downtown with Daesong-ri, a sightseeing spot, beside it. It is a popular place for tourists in summer. The client says she spent more than 30 years here. Although Cheongpyeong is not her hometown, she married and came here to raise two daughters and a son, and she wanted to rebuild a house that was as old as her son. It was her son, who was bone and raised here, to build a house to live with his mother in the land his father left.Save this picture!© Jaeyoon KimThe downtown of Chungpyeong is packed with old buildings. The house where she lived was an old single-story house, which is more than 30 years. The shape of the land was irregular by buying and selling land with my neighbors for a long time. It was doubtful whether the situation would be the same as a site document. So I had to work to check the boundaries of the site first, but because of the dense buildings, I could not do the boundary survey before the demolition, so the design was stopped and I was waiting to demolish the house. The design began again after hearing from the client that he had decided to demolish in February 2017. As a result of surveys, there was not much intrusion of neighboring buildings.Save this picture!© Jaeyoon KimThe major direction of the design was to create a quiet and simple space such as margins in a distracted environment by making use of the irregular and narrow land efficiently and making a simple facade that blends with the busy surroundings. The entire program consisted of a parking space and a retail space on the ground floor as residential spaces on the second and third floors. The second floor consists of a kitchen/living space and mother space, and the third floor is for the son space. The most troubling part of the space configuration was how to utilize the narrow backspace due to the irregular shape. Also, the front roads were facing north and had to use backspace for natural light. To make the best use of the site, we put a staircase in the narrow southeastern corner, put a retail space in the longitudinal direction with a parking space beside it.Save this picture!DiagramSave this picture!© Jaeyoon KimThe residential space is designed to house the living space to the south for natural light, the kitchen and the bedroom to the north, set back from the front road by 2 m to minimize noise and too much light across the street. The stairway connecting the living space to the third floor has open steps to maximize the light entering. The third floor is a space for a single son, and there is a veranda where he can barbecue with family and friends. The facade of the building facing the road was trying to maintain the simplest shape so as not to be awkward to the busy surroundings. Especially, the retail space was placed on the side with one story building side, and the house mass was attached on the opposite side with the third-floor building to be harmonized with the urban environment. On the contrary, the rear of the building became rather diverse and dynamic shape.Save this picture!© Jaeyoon KimThe materials used for the exterior were white stucco and black brick, which are the most basic materials, and gray zinc on the roof. These basic materials are compatible with the concept of a house that is faithful to the basic. On the other hand, the interior suggested some rather unusual colors and materials, but the client was willing to accept the floor as a tile, color match with pink tiles and metallic gray charcoal kitchen furniture, and the rooms use faded mint and white color to create a relaxing atmosphere. I wanted to make a building that stood silently like a background for a long time for another 30 years.Save this picture!© Jaeyoon KimProject gallerySee allShow lessCentoNew / GEWERS PUDEWILLSelected ProjectsIvanhoe Extension / ModscapeSelected Projects Share South Korea “COPY” CopyAbout this officeSnow AIDeOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesGapyeong-gunSouth KoreaPublished on July 19, 2018Cite: “The House of Still / Snow AIDe” 18 Jul 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.