Compton’s first Latino lawmaker finally submits finance forms

Emirates Mulls Sukuk for $4.5 Billion in Planes: Islamic Finance

(Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times / July 2, 2013) Also By Angel Jennings and Abby Sewell August 27, 2013, 7:28 p.m. Compton City Councilman Isaac Galvan belatedly filed mandatory campaign finance forms after state officials threatened to open a formal investigation when he missed several deadlines. The financial statements, which were submitted Thursday, show that Galvan spent $29,000 on his race to become Compton’s first Latino elected official. Galvan also reported that he raised only half as much as he spent. Most of his donations came from people outside of Compton in neighboring southeast communities. According to the documents, Galvan has outstanding debts totaling $15,500, most of which was attributed to printing campaign fliers. The 26-year-old reported that he owes Angel Gonzalez, his former campaign manager, almost $12,000. Galvan hired Gonzalez as his community liaison when he won the election. Gonzalez was subsequently fired by Compton’s city manager after The Times published a story that revealed Gonzalez’s criminal history. In 2002, Gonzalez was convicted of a felony conspiracy charge reduced to a misdemeanor at his sentencing for sending out attack mailers with copies of fake official documents.

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The sale was a private placement. The issue included C$300 million ($286 million) of floating-rate notes due Dec. 3, 2015. The notes, which were priced at par, have a coupon rate of 42 basis points over the three-month Canadian Dealer Offered rate or CDOR. Honda Canada Finance also sold C$250 million ($238 million)floating-rate notes due Dec.

Think Finance Named to Inc. 500|5000 List of Fastest-Growing Companies for Fourth Year in a Row

Nies will be responsible for all predictive analytics, including the development of new models for marketing, risk and fraud across the companys suite of solutions.He will also lead research and development of advanced modeling techniques that leverage new Big Data sources and technologies. Craig brings an impressive background in designing and deploying new models for predictive analytics. His expertise will be a great complement to our already strong team and will help us continue to innovate and refine our products to better serve our customers, said Ken Rees, Chief Executive Officer, Think Finance. We are thrilled to welcome Craig to the company. Prior to joining Think Finance, Mr. Nies served as Vice President and Global Head of Software Development at Opera Solutions, where he engineered a Big Data analytics platform that streamlined the development and deployment of predictive analytics and machine learning across a variety of domains.

Honda Canada Finance sells C$550 mln of notes – term sheet

Among financing options the company could tap the sukuk or non-Shariah-compliant bond market early next year, he said. Emirates last sold $1 billion of Islamic bonds in March, before speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve will reduce its bond purchasing program prompted an emerging-market debt selloff and sent yields higher . The state-owned airline is undergoing a period of rapid growth as its home base Dubai recovers from the 2008 global financial crisis.

Think Finance Hires Craig A. Nies as Chief Analytics Officer

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