Atletico fans come back to the rescue of the team

first_imgPeñas from many towns in the Spanish territory will come for this match: Albacete, Alicante, Asturias, Ávila, Badajoz, Barcelona, ​​Burgos, Cáceres, Cantabria, Ciudad Real, Córdoba, Cuenca, Granada, Guadalajara, Huelva, Balearic Islands, Jaén, León, Madrid, Murcia, Pontevedra, Salamanca, Soria, Toledo , Valencia, Valladolid and Zamora. The day, the time of the game and the rivalry that exists with Sevilla has led to many clubs coming from Spain.In addition, foreign clubs from the following countries have confirmed their attendance: Germany, Belgium, Brazil, Scotland, Morocco and Norway. The New Restaurant the Great Stage will be available. This new place, in which the restoration is taken care of in the smallest detail and is characterized – doing honor to its denomination – by the scenario that lodges in its interior, where different performances will be realized. It is located on the commercial promenade, next to the Athletic Attention Office and very close to the Atlético de Madrid Store. Atlético’s fans come back to the rescue of the rojiblanco team. It already happened fifteen days ago, when Simeone’s team played it against Villarreal. And it will happen again this Saturday in the clash against Sevilla (4:00 pm). Players, technicians, leaders and fans took the clash against Villareal as a final. Atlético won and remained alive in the fight for the Champions League positions. Now history almost repeats itself. And Atlético closes again to defeat Sevilla. Another end comes. And the fans are the great protagonist to take the team on their wings. There will be plenty in the Wanda Metropolitano. Barely 300 seats remain in regular capacity from the transfer of fertilizers. It will be the sixth game of the season with more than 60,000 spectators in the stands. In the championship league occupation of the stadium reaches 84 percent, while in Champions is even higher, reaching 92 percent. There will be typhus before the game, as it happened in the previous league clash, and activities outside the stadium, as usual throughout the season. last_img read more

WatchCanadas biggest pension fund considers opening its first office in China

first_img More Email Twitter Reddit Canada’s biggest pension fund considers opening its first office in China CPPIB continues to grow its portfolio in China, with a focus on China’s rising middle class and its burgeoning consumer consumption story Share this storyCanada’s biggest pension fund considers opening its first office in China Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn Prior to joining CPPIB in 2007, Kim worked at Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and Carlyle Group LP, where she never had a female boss. “When I started at Carlyle Asia buyout fund in 2002 at the Seoul office, I was the only female professional,” Kim said. “There was no other female working in private equity in the country at the time.”While that’s changed in the years since, Kim says gender bias is still quite common in the region.“When I go to a business presentation with my team, the counter party very often would look at another male, thinking he must be my boss,” the Stanford Business School graduate said. “As I start to introduce myself and talk about CPPIB’s expertise as well as what my team has done, their faces change.”Bloomberg.com Vinicy Chan Bloomberg News Comment March 19, 20199:20 AM EDT Filed under News FP Street Join the conversation → Expect lower investment returns around the world, says CPPIB chief 2 Comments Understanding the implications of disruption at the heart of CPPIB’s investment strategy, Machin says Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, which manages around $368.5 billion (US$277 billion), is considering opening its first office in China as it seeks greater exposure to the world’s second-largest economy.Canada’s largest pension fund investor could open an office in Beijing as soon as next year, Hong Kong-based head of Asia Pacific Suyi Kim said in an interview this month. Staff there would then work closely with CPPIB’s 130 employees in Hong Kong, which have helped to invest $42 billion in Greater China so far, she said.“As we’re also growing our portfolio in China, which is around 10 per cent of our total fund, it makes a lot of sense for us to consider expanding our footprint there,” said Kim, adding that one of the firm’s key investment themes is China’s rising middle class and its burgeoning consumer consumption story. Trade war, market drag creating opportunities in China, CPPIB chief says Understanding the implications of disruption at the heart of CPPIB’s investment strategy, Machin says Inside the CPP Investment Board: Why CPPIB is working with China to help it tackle it’s aging population problem CPPIB has already invested US$4 billion in a China logistics venture with Australia’s Goodman Group as e-commerce rises, creating the need for more large-scale storage facilities. It also owns shares in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., Meituan Dianping, Midea Group Co. and Tencent Holdings Ltd., plus it has invested in funds run by Citic Capital, FountainVest and Hillhouse Capital.CPPIB can invest in those private-equity firms’ buyout funds, giving it the opportunity to look at deals alongside them, or make direct investments in its own right, Kim said. The pension fund expects its total net assets will grow to $800 billion by 2030.Suyi Kim, head of Asia Pacific at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), poses for a photograph in Hong Kong, China. CPPIB is considering opening its first office in China. Sanjit Das/Bloomberg CPPIB keeping stakes in U.S. prison firms amid illegal immigration controversy Facebook Kim, 46, who built CPPIB’s Hong Kong office from scratch, is “mindful” of the growing competition from buyout firms and deep-pocketed tech companies in pursuing deals. “Having a lot of capital isn’t our competitive advantage here, our competitive advantage is having high quality talent and strong partnerships,” she said.The fund’s China push comes as CPPIB aims to improve its track record of gender diversity globally. It made a commitment to hire equally by gender by 2020 and 47 per cent of new hires last year were women, Kim said.The Toronto-based company’s senior management team is currently 35 per cent female, while there are seven women on its 11-person board. That compares with a 16.4 per cent female board representation for companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange.Having a lot of capital isn’t our competitive advantage here, our competitive advantage is having high quality talent and strong partnershipsSuyi Kim Related Storieslast_img read more