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first_imgThe World Trade Center in AmsterdamFinancial publication FD reported that platforms including CBOE, LSE Turquoise, Tradeweb and Bloomberg could move to Amsterdam, and that several providers of benchmarks and indices had also shown an interest.This could involve financial giants such as like Standard & Poor’s and Dow Jones moving to the Dutch capital, FD reported, as well as up to 23 parties trading for their own account. Currently, only four of these operate in the Netherlands.Van Vroonhoven cited “an almost invisible rotation in the European capital markets”, and also predicted that organisations relocating to the Netherlands would also attract other service providers.“Moreover, it will enhance access to capital markets for Dutch schemes and other asset managers,” she said.The migration of financial trade infrastructure would also offer proper guarantees for “uniform and effective supervision”, Van Vroonhoven continued, as well as “high standards for governance and the protection of investors”.She said that an extension of the regulator’s tasks, investments in additional capacity, expertise, support services and IT systems would be necessary.According to Vroonhoven, companies were focused on the Netherlands and weren’t shopping around in Europe “as applying for a license is complex and time consuming”.She acknowledged that these changes could be limited if the UK and EU opted for a “very soft” Brexit – or no Brexit at all. “But as things stand, we can’t expect this,” she said.Several other European cities have been attempting to lure London-based financial services companies, including Paris and Frankfurt. Luxembourg and Dublin have already experienced inflows of capital and company staff as asset managers in particular have moved to safeguard their EU businesses. The Netherlands is to become the European centre for trading in equity and bonds after Brexit, the Dutch Financial Markets Authority (AFM) has claimed.It said that it has been in “150 substantial discussions” with players from the UK interested in obtaining a license for doing business in the Netherlands.“We expect that between 30% and 40% of the European trade in financial instruments is to move to the Netherlands,” said Merel van Vroonhoven, chair of the AFM.Currently just 5% was based in the Netherlands, she said. An AFM spokesman said subsequently that transactions were expected to increase from 2m to 20m per day, with daily volumes expected to rise from €2.2bn to €14bn.last_img read more

first_imgNAGPUR, India (CMC) – In-form Bermudian all-rounder Delray Rawlins struck an unbeaten 70 as England Under-19s rattled up 501 for five declared on the second day of their opening four-day Youth Test at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium here yesterday.In reply, India closed on 156 for two with Rawlins conceding 14 runs from four overs of left-arm spin.Rawlins, due in at number four, spent most of Monday’s opening day with his pads on as the visitors recovered from losing opener Harry Brook for 21 with the total on 57, to close on 311 for one thanks to centuries from captain Max Holden and number three George Bartlett.Bartlett was the first to go yesterday as he was dismissed for 179 after a second-wicket stand of 321 with Holden, who was fourth out for 170 at 418.But there was no respite for the Indian bowlers as Rawlins – one of six Youth Test newcomers in the England team – weighed in with his unbeaten 70 from 94 balls, including four sixes and five fours before the declaration came after 131.1 overs.Rawlins went into the two-match Test series on the back of some sparkling one-day international form, making 107 not out on debut and also scoring 96 during the five-match series which India won 3-1 after the final game was tied.Rawlins, who is on the books of English county side Sussex, is hoping his form in India will help him break into the first team this summer.His performances in India have not gone unnoticed by his county, who are represented on the tour by assistant coach Jon Lewis, the former England medium pacer, who is the bowling coach for the youngster.“Yeah, I’m lucky enough to have the assistant coach out here as the bowling coach for us, so he’s seeing my performances first hand,” Rawlins said earlier this week.“So I don’t think I’ve done myself any harm in pushing to try and get in the first team this summer.”last_img read more

first_img Published on September 12, 2019 at 1:29 am Facebook Twitter Google+ Chase Brice’s 4th-and-6 completion and Clemson’s game-winning touchdown drive in the final minute of last season’s meeting propelled the Tigers past Syracuse, 27-23. The Orange upset Clemson in the Carrier Dome in 2017, and nearly pulled off a second consecutive upset last year at Clemson.This season, Clemson is No. 1, and the Orange were just pummeled, 63-20, against Maryland.Here’s what our beat writers predict will happen when No. 1 Clemson visits Syracuse on Saturday night:Eric Black (1-1)Orange Paper TigersClemson 38, Syracuse 24After last week’s embarrassing loss to Maryland, SU head coach Dino Babers said he knew his defense wasn’t as bad as it appeared versus the Terps, but also wasn’t as good as it looked in the season opener. Rather, the Syracuse defense is somewhere in between and still, Babers hopes, one of the strengths of the team. It’ll need to play up to its potential against the Tigers, and even then, that may not be enough for the Orange to pull off the upset. That’s not to say it won’t be close, though. There’s something about playing Clemson that prompts SU to play its best football, as evidenced by the last two      matchups. I think we’ll see more of the same through the first two or three quarters but between the talent disparity and Syracuse not playing great football right now, the Tigers should pull away late.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAndrew Graham (1-1)RegressionClemson 38, Syracuse 17For two-straight seasons, Syracuse punched way above its weight class, beating and then almost upsetting again, the Clemson Tigers when the two met on the football field. Of course, we all know the last time Clemson played in the Carrier Dome, the Orange pulled a stunning upset. We saw them last season almost do the same in Death Valley.But this year, it seems unlikely, almost impossible, that SU gives the Tigers a third close game. Will it be a 54-0 drubbing like 2016, when Eric Dungey got knocked out? Doubt it. (An aside: The last three matchups, one team has lost its starting quarterback for the remainder of the game every time.) But there’s a reality to be addressed here. While Syracuse has grown in leaps and bounds, we saw last weekend how there’s still a ways to go. And Clemson looks as dominant as ever. While the Orange won’t get blown out, they won’t make it particularly close. It’s a regression to the mean.Josh Schafer (1-1)OutmatchedClemson 41 Syracuse 20Last year Syracuse stayed with Clemson for three quarters, even leading by 10 points in the final frame, but couldn’t hang with the Tigers in the fourth quarter. This season, as Clemson rolls out a two-deep full of four- and five-star recruits, could be remarkably similar. Clemson doesn’t have the defensive line it’s had in the past, but what it returns on offense in two potential Heisman candidates at quarterback and running back is just as lethal. Running back Travis Etienne exposed a new group of Syracuse linebackers last season to the tune of 203 rushing yards, and with 258 through two games, Saturday could be a repeat of last year. After 63 points allowed against Maryland, the likes of Trevor Lawrence and Etienne are a tough transition for the Orange. Syracuse’s offense showed glimpses of promise last week. With the largest crowd the Orange have had in years, Syracuse can stay with Clemson early, but as the game wears on, the Tigers just have too much top level talent for SU to hang on. Commentslast_img read more

first_imgImage Courtesy: ScrollAdvertisement icNBA Finals | Brooklyn VswbwWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ekyj( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 3Would you ever consider trying this?😱tswq2Can your students do this? 🌚yn9iRoller skating! Powered by Firework The World Cup final continues to be an extravagant affair for India as the shooters managed to notch up more medals in both the pistol and rifle mixed team competitions. Advertisement Image Courtesy: ScrollHaving already accumulated three gold medals in the individual events, the Indian shooters were not in a mood to press pause. Manu Bhaker, who already won the gold medal in women’s pistol, proceeded to team up with Russia’s Artem Chernousov in the president’s trophy competition.The duo proceeded to defeat Saurabh Chaudhary and Anna Korakaki of Greece by a margin of 17-15 to secure the first place and win the gold medal in the process.Advertisement Meanwhile, Shahzar Rizvi won the bronze medal to complete the medal tally for the mixed pistol division.On the other hand, in the mixed air rifle, Divyansh Singh Panwar added a gold in the mixed air rifle along with the one he won in the individuals. Divyansh paired with Snjezana Pejcic of Croatia to defeat the pair of  Apurvi Chandela and Zhang Changhong of China by a margin of 16-14.Advertisement Read Also:Former captain Mohammad Azharuddin explains why Indian bowling attack is lethal Advertisementlast_img read more