Singapore’s OCBC Bank eyes ultra rich in Indonesia with set up of new private wealth business

Singapore’s OCBC Bank eyes ultra rich in Indonesia with set up of new private wealth business

Nicky Loh | Bloomberg | Getty Images Singapore’s second largest lender Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC) on Monday launched an Indonesian private banking unit as the bank expands its wealth management presence in the region. The new onshore unit will be run by OCBC NISP, the Indonesian subsidiary that is 85 percent owned by OCBC Bank. Its target clients are Indonesians with assets under management of more than $1 million. OCBC, citing Capgemini’s Asia Pacific Wealth Report 2016, said in a statement there are 48,000 high net worth individuals in Indonesia…

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Ten years of career lessons

Ten years of career lessons

Bethesda, Maryland—Todd Pihl has changed jobs so many times that when he was speaking at a National Institutes of Health (NIH) career symposium earlier this month he couldn’t recall exactly how many companies he’s worked at. Four or five, he told the grad student and postdoc attendees, though his LinkedIn profile places him at six. When he spoke at the first such NIH career symposium 10 years ago, he was at a startup that worked with universities to set up career development resources for Ph.D. holders. Later, he founded a…

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American Teenager Dies of Cardiac Event After Drinking Excessive Caffeine

American Teenager Dies of Cardiac Event After Drinking Excessive Caffeine

A healthy 16-year-old high school boy in the US has died after consuming excessive amount of caffeine-laced drinks. Davis Allen Cripe died from a caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable arrhythmia after consuming three caffeine-laced drinks – a cafe latte, large diet soft drink and an energy drink in a span of two- hour. He collapsed in his classroom at Spring Hill High School, South Carolina on April 26. Cripes autopsy showed no undiagnosed heart conditions and that he was healthy with no medical conditions that could have triggered by…

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British student told by EU careers service a Brussels job is ‘out of the question’ after Brexit

British student told by EU careers service a Brussels job is ‘out of the question’ after Brexit

Ms Roebuck, 24, said she thought it was “madness” when careers advisers at an EU networking event in Brussels advised her that she would have to obtain French nationality in order to have job prospects in Brussels Sara Roebuck/Facebook A British student studying in Paris has been told that getting a job with European Union (EU) institutions will be “out of the question” after Brexit. Sara Roebuck, who is doing a double masters in European politics at Sciences Po Paris and the London School of Economics, recently attended a careers event in Brussels with her university class to…

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8 Signs of Zinc Deficiency and How to Cure It

8 Signs of Zinc Deficiency and How to Cure It

Zinc benefits the body in many ways and is required in small amounts to maintain your health and perform certain functions every day. For instance, it helps the production of hormones, it supports growth and repair of muscles and tissues, maintains your immunity and facilitates digestion. This essential nutrient also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and therefore, it offers remarkable therapeutic benefits for common chronic ailments like heart disease. Zinc deficiency is ranked as the fifth leading risk factor in causing disease worldwide. Zinc is present in every cell, organ, bone,…

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Trump fires Comey: A timeline of his career

Trump fires Comey: A timeline of his career

President Trump on Tuesday fired FBI Director James Comey, the White House announced. Here is a timeline of his career: 1993: Comey served as the lead prosecutor in United States v. John Gambino et al., a six-month mafia racketeering and murder trial in the Southern District of New York. 1996 to 2001: Comey served as Managing Assistant U.S. Attorney in charge of the Richmond Division of the United States Attorney’s office for the Eastern District of Virginia. While in this role, Comey handled the Khobar Towers terrorist bombing case, in…

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High-Dose Radiotherapy May Increase Lifespan of Pancreatic Cancer Patients

High-Dose Radiotherapy May Increase Lifespan of Pancreatic Cancer Patients

Cancer is a deadly disease that affects millions worldwide. There are various treatments available to help combat the disease; a common technique being radiotherapy. Radiotherapy, also known as radiation therapy, is commonly used as a treatment for cancer as well as thyroid and blood disorders. With the use of radiation, the DNA of cancerous cells are broken to disrupt their growth or to kill them completely. For cancer treatment, ionising radiation method is used, which are a high-energy form of radiation. While it has proved to show good results in…

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20 things we don’t do anymore because of technology

20 things we don’t do anymore because of technology

File photo: Performers dressed as Marilyn Monroe and Louis Armstrong check their smartphones before a “Stars in Concert” show at the Estrel hotel in Berlin, Germany, December 7, 2016. (REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke) See if these sound familiar: You’re not sure where your U.S. road atlas is, or if you even own one. It’s been so long since you licked a stamp, you’ve forgotten what it tastes like. You’ve seen more scrumptious two-minute videos in the past week than you’ve consulted a cookbook in the past year. We all know technology is…

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Use of mobile phones banned for teachers too in govt schools of Chandigarh

Use of mobile phones banned for teachers too in govt schools of Chandigarh

School heads have been asked to prohibit carrying of mobiles by students to schools and teachers to classrooms, laboratories and other academic areas The DEO has stated that the use of mobile phones by teachers even when they are on a silent mode impairs the teaching performance in the class.(AFP/LiveMint photo) District education officer (DEO) Rajinder Kaur has revised the circular of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and banned the use of mobile phones by teachers in the schools of Chandigarh. The heads of government and government-aided schools…

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Original art deco home of Betts shoe empire family for sale in Perth for $3m-plus

Original art deco home of Betts shoe empire family for sale in Perth for $3m-plus

With a room just for shoes, a converted ballroom and a wine cellar known as the Pinot Room, the Menora mansion once owned by the family behind the Betts shoe empire is on the market, showing off all the splendour of days gone by. With its art deco opulence and furnished with Gatsby-inspired decor, the Breckler Mansion, at 19-21 Alexander Drive near Edith Cowan University, combines the glamour of a bygone era with modern conveniences. The six-bedroom home, on an 1822-square-metre block on two titles, was constructed by prominent inter-war designer…

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