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The UK’s Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) has ordered Sky Bet to withdraw a television commercial for its Request a Bet service after ruling that the advert could encourage irresponsible gambling behaviour.Seen on August 30, 2018, the advert featured Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling in front of a large screen displaying various odds and statistics, as well as a graphic of brain waves emanating from his head.In the ad, Stelling said: “Forget ‘anything can happen’, in sport anything does happen. But could it be better? With Request a Bet it could. Spark your sports brain and roll all the possibilities into one bet. Three red cards, seven corners, five goals: lets price that up. Or browse hundreds of request a bets on our app. The possibilities are humongous. How big is your sports noggin? Sky Bet, Britain’s most popular online bookmaker. When the fun stops, stop.”Two complainants said the advert implied that those with a good knowledge of sports were likely to experience gambling success, and therefore challenged whether the ad was irresponsible.In response to the complaints, Sky Bet said the references to knowledge – “spark your sports brain” and “how big is your sports noggin – referred to consumers using this knowledge to build their own bet using Request a Bet.Sky Bet said customers could choose a number of parameters to create a bet and they would use knowledge of the relevant sport in order to do that. The operator also noted that the ad made no reference to knowledge increasing the chances of winning and only focused on the possibilities of customers building their bet.In addition, Sky Bet said the line “in sports anything can happen” emphasised that the outcome of bets are not guaranteed and the ad made no reference to knowledge of sports increasing gambling success.Further to this, Sky Bet said it was accepted that knowledge of a sport would increase chances of success, with many consumers researching and studying sports to gain an “edge” over the bookmaker.Sky Bet said its own trading team uses the information to set the odds of specific outcomes and therefore customers who generally would have access to the same information would potentially be able to predict the odds of a specific outcome to a similar degree.Clearcast, a non-governmental organisation that pre-approves ads for British television, supported Sky Bet, saying the ad was in line with similar sports betting treatment, with the focus being on excitement and possibilities within sports for fans, rather than the outcome of the bet or the possibilities of winning. Clearcast also noted that while voiceover invited the viewer to consider all of the different outcomes of a game, it made the point that “anything does happen”, so there is no way to predict what would actually happen in a game, even with a good knowledge of the sport.Therefore, Clearcast said it did not believe the ad was irresponsible or promised guaranteed success for those who followed the game.However, the ASA disagreed with both Sky Bet and Clearcast, saying that various elements of the ad meant it placed strong emphasis on how sports knowledge can help improve the chances of betting success.In its assessment, the ASA cited the use of statements such as “spark your sports brain” and “how big is your sports noggin”, as well as the decision to feature a famous sports presenter, who viewers would recognise as having an expertise in sports, and on-screen graphics used to depict brain waves and various odds.The ASA said while those with knowledge of a particular sport may be more likely to experience success when betting, it considered that the advert gave an “erroneous perception of the extent of a gambler’s control over betting success, by placing undue emphasis on the role of sports knowledge”.As a result, the ASA said this gave consumers an “unrealistic and exaggerated perception of the level of control they would have over the outcome of a bet and that could lead to irresponsible gambling behaviour”.The ASA concluded that the ad breached its guidelines and ordered Sky Bet not to broadcast the advert in its current form again. The watchdog also told the operator to ensure that any future ads do not condone or encourage gambling behaviour that was socially irresponsible.The ruling comes after the ASA and Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP) last month published a revised list of standards designed to help protect children and young people in the UK.The standards prohibit online gambling ads targeting individuals who are likely to be under 18, based on data about their online interests and browsing behaviour.Image: Al Ibrahim Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Topics: Legal & compliance Marketing & affiliates Sports betting ASA bans Sky Bet’s Request a Bet ad 13th March 2019 | By contenteditor The UK’s Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) has ordered Sky Bet to withdraw a television commercial for its Request a Bet service after ruling that the advert could encourage irresponsible gambling behaviour. 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G4S Botswana Limited (G4S.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Support Services sector has released it’s 42010 interim results for the half year.For more information about G4S Botswana Limited (G4S.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the G4S Botswana Limited (G4S.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: G4S Botswana Limited (G4S.bw) 42010 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileG4S (Botswana) Limited provides security solutions for individual and business needs in Botswana. It operates in the following sectors: Manned Security provides integrated security solutions to airports, energy, mining, construction, custodial services, cash solutions, hospitality and financial institutions; Security Systems provides a service to monitor alarms, electric fences, fire alarms, medical emergency alarms, illegal access signals, vehicle tracking, low battery power alerts, remote panic buttons, CCTV remote images and fleet management services; Facilities Management provides a service for rent collection, utilities and services, inspecting and maintaining properties, and maintenance services which include electrical, plumbing, carpentry and building services; Cleaning Services provides contract cleaning services for offices, shopping malls, banks, schools and universities. G4S (Botswana) Limited is a subsidiary of G4S International 105 (UK) Limited.
Furnmart Limited (FURNMA.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Retail sector has released it’s 2017 annual report.For more information about Furnmart Limited (FURNMA.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Furnmart Limited (FURNMA.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Furnmart Limited (FURNMA.bw) 2017 annual report.Company ProfileFurnmart Limited markets furniture and electrical appliances for the domestic market through an international network of retail outlets in Botswana, South Africa, Namibia and Zambia. The company also offers a range of smart credit services. Furnmart retail outlets offer a wide range of home products that includes kitchen appliances such as fridges, freezers, washing machines and microwaves; bedroom products which include bed bases and mattresses, and bedroom furniture, rugs, carpets and curtains; and stylish furniture for the lounge and dining room which includes couches, dining room tables and chairs, and quality carpets and curtains.
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Image sources: Getty Images. Has the Intu share price fallen so far that it’s now a bargain? Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares The reason why shares in Intu Properties (LSE:INTU) have fallen is obvious. The potential opportunity from investing in the company lies in the numbers, but whether you think Intu Properties (LSE:INTU) can fulfil this opportunity depends on the detail.The reasonPeople are prone to exaggeration, but sometimes an extreme word like ‘collapse’ is entirely appropriate. Shares in Intu have collapsed. Five years ago they were trading at 362p, a year ago they were at 118p, now they are just 13p… yes 13p. There’s not a lot you can buy for 13p these days but you can buy an Intu share!5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Five years ago, the company was valued at almost £5bn, today its market cap is £176m.The reason for the collapse isn’t hard to fathom. The retail sector isn’t what it used to be, business rates are at a level that too many retailers can’t afford and shopping is migrating online fast.For Intu, which owns and manages shopping centres in the UK and Spain, this is a rather big problem.The problem is compounded by the company’s net debt, currently around £4.7bn. The firm has now announced plans to raise money, probably around £1bn, although some question whether this will be enough.There’s no doubt about it, Intu has big challenges. I wonder, however, whether these challenges are so blatantly obvious that they’re already factored in to the share price. In short, has the company become a bargain?The potentialIntu’s potential is revealed in the balance sheet. Sure, total liabilities are £5.8bn, which is roughly six times greater than current assets, and even current liabilities (£735m) are perilously close to current assets (£926m). But its net asset value dwarfs the company’s market valuation.Net assets are in fact £2.978bn. It’s this massive differential between net assets and market cap that presents the opportunity. From that point of view, the company looks cheap.It dependsWhether Intu is truly undervalued by the markets depends on the future of retail.If the trend we have seen in recent years, of high streets and shopping malls in decline, continues, then the outlook for Intu is not especially favourable. Bear in mind that its assets only need to see around 30% or so knocked off their valuation for the net asset value to fall to zero.If Intu does raise a billion pounds and uses the money to pay-down debt, then its net assets would increasing significantly, giving its balance sheet a much bigger buffer.I’m not convinced that the era of shopping centres is drawing to an end. Sure, change is afoot, but I worry about a time when we never need to go out because we can do everything we need from our computer screens.Shopping centres can survive if they can also become meeting places — providing as many social activities as possible. Technologies such as augmented reality may give physical shopping a new lease of life too, complementing our view of the physical product.Will Intu’s share price eventually rise to reflect its net asset value? That depends on whether its assets are subject to significant downward revaluations. And that depends on the future of shopping malls and how the assets Intu owns are adapted. Personally, I think there’s quite a lot of upside with this seemingly cheap stock. I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. 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Try and stop me: Julian Savea scores the second try of his hat-trick in New Zealand’s 17th win LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS That meant Morne Steyn could line up his match-winning conversion from in front of the posts, instead of wide on the right, and he duly put the Boks 31-30 up and they hung on for a victory they didn’t really deserve.Flip by name…South African lock Flip van der Merwe lived up to his unusual first name on Saturday when he flipped Alun Wyn Jones’s foot into the air when the Wales second row was already off balance after a lineout. Victor Matfield had challenged for the ball and knocked Jones out of the grasp of one of his lifters, Gethin Jenkins. As he toppled backwards van der Merwe arrived and flipped up his foot with his hand. The South African was quite rightly sin-binned for dangerous play. The SinnersMidfield messEngland tried a new midfield combination on Saturday, playing Kyle Eastmond and Manu Tuilagi in the centre with Freddie Burns at fly-half. Yes, the trio had never played alongside one another in a match before, but their colletive defensive effort was embroiled in such confusion during the first half that it looked like they had never trained as a unit either.Gaping holes appeared between them and the New Zealanders didn’t need a formal written invitation to gallop through. The shortcomings of the midfield trio caused the wings to drift in, which then exposed gaps out wide.Hole lotta trouble: Malakai Fekitoa blasts through the England midfield, past Kyle EastmondThe fact that Eastmond was replaced by Luther Burrell at half time said it all. England’s rearguard improved a lot after that, although Marland Yarde still missed a tackle on Cory Jane which led to Aaron Smith’s first try.There is a lot of debate at the moment about which of the four centres – Burrell, Tuilagi, Billy Twelvetrees and Eastmond – should start for England. It is by no means certain that all four will be fit come World Cup time, but if they are then the squad as a whole should be sufficiently well-drilled to mean any one of several combinations can work on match day. That is clearly not the case right now.Too eagerIt was done with the very best of intentions. Liam Williams saw Cornal Hendricks hurtling down the right wing towards the Wales try-line and his understandable instinct was to try to stop him scoring, as Wales led South Africa 30-24 with a couple of minutes of the game to go. However, it would have been better for Williams if he had concentrated on stopping Hendricks getting close to the posts, rather than trying to take him in to touch, for as the Wales full-back arrived on the scene at full tilt, having made a huge amount of ground, he hit Hendricks in the head with his elbow and gave away a penalty try for an illegal tackle. The SaintsUnstoppableNew Zealand’s 36-13 win over England was their 17th consecutive Test triumph and equalled the record winning run for a top tier rugby nation. They are playing scintilating rugby, and seem to keep plucking new players from the talent trees to add to the depth of their squad.Leading the way for them on Saturday was wing Julian Savea, who would have had a hat-trick inside the first 15 minutes if the potential scoring pass for the third try had not been forward. He did complete his hat-trick at the very end of the match, while scrum-half Aaron Smith chipped in with two tries.Can the All Blacks maintain this world-beating, winning run all the way through to the 2015 World Cup? If not, will they be able to bounce straight back to winning ways after a slip-up, whenever it comes, or will they slide away, out of contention for the sport’s biggest prize? Time will tell.Dragons roarWhat a response from Wales to last week’s 38-16 stuffing by the Springboks. In the second Test they came out of the blocks like an Olympic sprinter, took the game to South Africa with pace, power and precision and were only denied a memorable win in the closing minutes.Alex Cuthbert was outstanding going forward and got his team on the front foot. The Wales wing made 66 metres during the match, which was bettered only by Springbok full-back Willie le Roux. Up front Gethin Jenkins was outstanding in the loose, but there were standout performers all through the team.So it was heartbreaking to see the Springboks awarded a penalty try in the last two minutes, which enabled them to sneak ahead 31-30. Even then Wales could have snatched a win as Dan Biggar went for two long-range drop-goals, but his team should have been more patient and worked him closer to the line before taking the shot. Clive Woodward’s England used to talk about TCUP – thinking clearly under pressure – and that is a skill Wales need to learn.Top of the class: Maro Itoje lifts the World Championship trophy surrounded by his teamWorld beaterMaro Itoje did something on Friday that at least one other English sporting captain would like to have done this summer – he lifted a World Cup. The captain of England U20s piloted his team to a second successive Junior World Championship, beating South Africa 21-20 in a nail-biting final.The 19-year-old Saracens lock was in his first year at the U20s age group and went into the tournament in New Zealand as England’s BMW Man of the Tournament from the Six Nations after scoring a try in every round. He continued to impress throughout the World Championship but was still shocked to get the chance to lift the trophy at the end.“It doesn’t feel real at the moment. It feels pretty special,” he said. “It’s something I dreamt of when I heard about the Under 20 Championship and I am so happy.”Weir has no fearWith wins over the USA and Canada behind them, Scotland travelled south to meet Argentina but looked like they were heading for defeat as they trailed 19-10. However, Grant Gilchrist’s team battled back to trail just 19-18 in the closing stages in Cordoba, then won a penalty.The clock had ticked past 78 minutes and as Duncan Weir teed up the ball close to the 10m line, and 15m in from touch on the right, the Argentine crowd whistled, bayed and booed to try to put him off.However, the Scot blocked out all the distractions and doubts and slotted the ball sweetly through the uprights to claim a 21-19 win for his team. The man has nerves of steel.Never-ending story: Victor Matfield flies highest at this lineout during the win over WalesVintage VictorHe is 37 years old and actually retired from rugby in October 2011, but Victor Matfield has rolled back the years on a return to the South Africa side and on Saturday he became the most capped Springbok of all time when he made his 112th Test appearance. There were more talking points than ever as England and Wales rounded off their summer tours and Scotland took on Argentina. The lock came out of retirement earlier this year to play for the Bulls, having recovered from the knee injury which helped end his career at the end of the last World Cup.With Jean de Villiers injured, he was then called upon to return to the South Africa team as captain, and he led them to a 2-0 series win over Wales. Matfield might be old, but he is far from a passenger in the Springbok side as he made ten tackles and won ten lineouts during Saturday’s 31-30 victory.South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer said: “When he returned to the game earlier this season, he set his goals on becoming a Springbok yet again and he’s worked extremely hard to get there. I don’t think anyone can doubt that he deserves his place in the team.”Silver liningYes, England lost their Test series in New Zealand 3-0, but the news wasn’t all bad as they ran the hosts close twice and, even in Saturday’s 36-13 defeat, had the character to come back from a truly dreadful first-half display to tie the second half 7-7. Ben Youngs was among the leading lights in that revival and there is no doubt a lot of this England party will be wiser players next season for their experiences on tour.There was another major plus to come out of their trip – England managed to spend the best part of four weeks in New Zealand without being involved in any kind of off-field scandal. No one was caught staying out late at night, there were no kiss-and-tell stories and no one jumped off a ferry. I’ll drink to that – or maybe I shouldn’t!
Incredibly, the centre made her international debut at the age of 15 against Great Britain in London in 1986. It was the start of what would be a stellar career, spanning three World Cups in 1991, 1994 and 2002 – the latter at which she captained the team. She also led her country to a Five Nations Grand Slam and was a member of the French team that won the European Championships in 1988, 1996, 1999 and 2000. Her attacking brilliance at centre terrified teams who were forced to come up with strategies to halt her enormous influence.Unsurprisingly her 20-year club playing career was also a success and was divided between Narbonne, where she started out, and Saint-Orens, for whom she played from 1992 until her retirement in 2002. She won 56 caps and has since coached numerous senior men’s teams, joining the French national women’s set-up in 2009 and becoming one of the lead coaches last year.For the latest Rugby World subscription offers, click here. Every success the women’s game in France has had over the past three decades has Nathalie Amiel’s handprint marked firmly all over it.Her remarkable 16-year career as a French international ended in 2002 but her involvement in the national coaching set-up since has been highly influential as she’s helped the French to numerous accolades, including a third-place finish at the World Cup and a Six Nations title in 2014.Right from the off, Amiel was set to be rugby star. Something of a child prodigy, she was playing rugby from the word go having attended the local rugby school in Capestang as a 12-year-old. While there, her skills, knowledge and potential were spotted by former France international Olivier Saisset, at the time Beziers’ head coach, and on his recommendation she was brought into the Languedoc Rugby Academy, where she was the only girl among several aspiring male players. Major teams: Narbonne, Saint-OrensPosition: CentreCountry: FranceTest span: 1986-2002 LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: The Greatest Players
48 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis “The move will happen as quickly and seamlessly as possible, with no disruptions to our customers.” Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 9 October 2006 | News Payroll giving agency Sharing the Caring is to move from its offices in Canterbury at the end of November to CAF’s head office in West Malling, Kent. Sharing the Caring merged with CAF in 2004.Established in 1996, Sharing the Caring has recruited more donors to payroll giving than any other professional fundraising organisation, according to CAF. It is now responsible for generating around £750,000 a month for charities.Adam Rowe, Head of Sharing the Caring, explained the move: “By bringing Sharing the Caring and CAF’s Give As You Earn together under one roof, we are uniting all of our payroll giving services. This will allow us to offer a more efficient and customer-focused service. Advertisement Sharing the Caring to move to CAF’s head office
The fintech sector has launched a foundation aimed at helping to tackle financial exclusion in the UK.The community interest company The Inclusion Foundation provides three core services:SignpostNowTM: a comparison website for underserved customers to compare financial products that suit their individual needsThe Inclusion SignpostTM: an accreditation recognising financial services products that serve the needs of previously underserved segmentsAn education and learning programme for payment account providers and the government: The Inclusion AcademyThe Foundation’s research shows that 1.23m of the UK’s most vulnerable do not have access to a bank account and find it very challenging to pay and get paid. The problem is being further exacerbated by the social isolation measures put in place to curb the spread of Covid-19.It wants to join the dots between the fintech industry and the mainstream financial services sector, government bodies and charities to bring awareness of the accredited solutions available and enable more people into the banking system and out of the poverty trap.Neil Harris, Chair of The Inclusion Foundation commented:“One in four people experience financial exclusion at least once in their lifetime, which shows that as a society we’re all at risk at some point in our lives of being excluded at our most vulnerable hour. As one of the world’s most progressive, diverse and inclusive nations, we have let the most vulnerable fall through the cracks for far too long, and leading the world in financial innovation and fintech, the UK has every opportunity to ensure that there is financial service provision for every need. That’s why we created The Inclusion Foundation – formed to connect the dots, to unite the industry and to make financial exclusion a thing of the past.” Advertisement 702 total views, 6 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis4 Foundation launches to help fight financial exclusion in the UK About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis4 Mastercard, The Emerging Payments Association, PPS, GPS, SkyParlour and Manifesto Growth are backing the Foundation and are its first ‘Inclusion Pioneers’, with more sought.Anne Pieckielon, CEO of The Inclusion Foundation said:“Lack of a bank account typically costs each individual affected somewhere in the region of £485 per year. It is unforgivable that as an industry we are allowing this to happen. This is why we are tackling exclusion head on, with the support of our pioneers, enabling payment facilities for all. We’re always seeking new pioneers to help foster a more financially inclusive society, so please get in touch with us if you or your organisation is interested in becoming a TIF industry pioneer.” 701 total views, 5 views today Melanie May | 27 April 2020 | News Tagged with: Finance inclusion trusts and foundations
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