in Daily Dose, Featured, News January 25, 2018 3,029 Views Sign up for DS News Daily Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Nathan Vannatter, VP of Business Development, ZVN PropertiesStacey Baumann, VP Hazard Claims, ZVN PropertiesZVN Properties Inc, a national mortgage field services provider based in Canal Fulton, Ohio, recently announced the newest additions to the company’s executive leadership team with the acquisition of two industry veterans, Stacey Baumann, VP Hazard Claims, and Nathan Vannatter, VP of Business Development. With over three decades of combined industry experience, Baumann and Vannatter will excel the ZVN Properties team to continue future growth.“Any time you can add to your team with leaders of this caliber of talent and industry experience, it puts you in a great position to continue to be poised for future growth and a work product that exceeds client expectations,” said Bryan Lysikowski, Co-Founder and CEO of ZVN Properties.In Baumann’s role, she is responsible for executive oversight of the Hazard Claims Team, in which her focus will be client satisfaction while managing the operations team to exceed the goals and expectations of ZVN’s clients. Prior to joining ZVN Properties, Baumann built and developed business strategy and process improvements within the mortgage default industry. With over 20 years’ experience in which she has managed hazard claims, client operations, vendors, critical client accounts, high-risk assets, and property preservation accounts—she is a proven industry veteran and a welcomed addition to the ZVN team.Vannatter has spent the last 14 years in the real estate industry including managing multi-state residential sites with the last six years focusing on property preservation, new construction, renovations, and maintenance on residential, multifamily, and commercial assets throughout the country to enhance the value of investor’s portfolios. He began his career shortly after earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting and an MBA, both from Ball State University. Having worked in the industry as a Chief Business Development Officer and CEO, Vannatter brings a wealth of knowledge and ideas to ZVN. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / ZVN Properties Announces New Executive Leadership Share Save Nicole Casperson is the Associate Editor of DS News and MReport. She graduated from Texas Tech University where she received her M.A. in Mass Communications and her B.A. in Journalism. Casperson previously worked as a graduate teaching instructor at Texas Tech’s College of Media and Communications. Her thesis will be published by the International Communication Association this fall. To contact Casperson, e-mail: [email protected] About Author: Nicole Casperson ZVN Properties Announces New Executive Leadership Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Tagged with: HOUSING mortgage Movers and Shakers ZVN Properties Previous: Chicago Tops List of Most Affordable Rental Markets Next: An Upbeat Economy with a Downbeat Side Effect Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Print This Post Related Articles Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Subscribe HOUSING mortgage Movers and Shakers ZVN Properties 2018-01-25 Nicole Casperson The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago
Trading Standards Officers (TSOs) will spearhead a project to test the salt levels of bread in craft bakeries across the UK and provide advice on how to reduce salt content in products.Working in conjunction with the NAMB, the Local Authorities Coordinators of Regulatory Services (LACORS) has secured funding from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) for the national scheme, which is due to launch in July. The voluntary scheme could see TSOs visit around 2,000 craft bakeries to collect bread samples, which would then be lab-tested to assess salt content.Bakers would be informed of the results and given technical advice, developed by the NAMB, on how to reduce salt levels in their breads to meet the FSA’s 2010 and 2012 salt targets of 1.1% and 1% respectively. The scheme is voluntary.”The FSA needed people on the ground who could get to the 2,000-plus craft bakers in the country and TSOs are already working with bakeries on things like bread weights and pricing,” said craft baker Anthony Kindred, who has lead the NAMB’s research into salt reduction.A pilot scheme, carried out by Norfolk Trading Standards, found craft bakers had little knowledge of the FSA’s targets. Also, 15 samples of craft bread taken had salt content ranging from 0.94% to 1.73%, with an average of 1.34%.
Coordinating Economic Minister Airlangga Hartarto doubled down on Jokowi’s message, saying the President had instructed “central government and regional administrations to coordinate well [before] issuing a policy that will affect a wider community”.“The President asks for local-scale social restrictions, so we will evaluate [the transmission of COVID-19 in around] 83,000 villages and neighborhood units spread across the country,” Airlangga said after the meeting.Read also: Jakarta back under PSBB, but less strict than beforeThe Jakarta administration has decided to “pull the emergency brake” by reimposing large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) starting Monday, in light of the soaring number of new COVID-19 cases and fatalities each day as well as the high percentage of occupied hospital beds in the capital. President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has encouraged regional administrations to implement local-scale social restrictions to contain COVID-19 transmission, instead of the large-scale ones, for “a more detailed handling” of the pandemic.Jokowi argued that each neighborhood unit or village in a certain region might need different treatment as they experienced a different level of crisis.“Don’t rush in shutting down a city, regency or certain areas. We have to move based on data to make a more effective policy,” Jokowi said during a Cabinet meeting at the State Palace on Monday. Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan revealed earlier that 77 percent of 4,053 isolation beds for COVID-19 patients were occupied. The city would soon run out of isolation beds if it did not pull the brake, he claimed.Based on government data, nearly a quarter of coronavirus infections in Indonesia have occurred in Jakarta, amounting to 54,220 cases. Four of six municipalities in the capital, moreover, were marked “red” in the country’s COVID-19 risk mapping system.Several government officials, however, expressed their concerns regarding the Jakarta administration’s move to partially lock down the city, saying that it could negatively affect the economy.Airlangga, who also heads the National Economic Recovery and COVID-19 Response Team, said Jakarta’s plan to reimpose the PSBB had caused the stock market to dip.Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang said he was worried about the potential effects of the PSBB on the improving industrial performance, while Trade Minister Agus Suparmanto warned about the risk of disruption in the distribution channel if PSBB measures were reimposed. Topics :
RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Manchester United are close to agreeing a new deal with goalkeeper David de Gea that will see him earn wage parity with Paul Pogba, according to The Guardian. The 28-year-old Spaniard’s current deal is set to expire at the end of the current season, with several clubs interested in his services. However, the new proposal will see De Gea earn £290,000 a week to reach parity with the club’s record signing Paul Pogba. De Gea joined the Old Trafford club in 2011 and has made 366 appearances, winning the Premier League in 2013, plus one FA Cup, one League Cup and one Europa League title. One of boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s main tasks was to secure the futures of key players within the squad. Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford are among those to recently pen new deals, and the club hierarchy believe De Gea will be the next to sign. The deal would also restore the market value of a player who was entering the final nine months of his existing deal and ensure he cannot leave for free. De Gea had previously attracted strong interest from Real Madrid, but their signing of Thibaut Courtois last summer has ended hopes of him joining the rivals of boyhood club Atletico Madrid.Tags: David De GeaManchester UnitedPaul PogbaThe Guardian
The No. 19 USC women’s lacrosse team defeated No. 5 Duke 11-5 Saturday night in the U.S. Lacrosse Orange County Winter Invitational in Costa Mesa.The Women of Troy (2-0) claimed a spot in the Top 25 national rankings heading into the contest, but they were still underdogs against one of the ACC’s finest.It is safe to say that this USC squad turned some heads with such a convincing win over a top-10 team.Though the Trojans have only played two games, it is obvious that this defense is elite.When they did not have the ball, USC’s defensive personnel made life difficult for the Blue Devils (2-2). Senior Courtney Tarleton scooped up three ground balls and caused a turnover, while Nina Kelty also came up with a strong performance at the back.Head coach Lindsey Munday knew Duke would ask questions of this defense, so she ensured that the unit would be organized against the Blue Devils.After the 21-2 win over Stetson in the season opener, Munday said, “Obviously momentum is great, but we know it’s really a new week. We have a lot to prepare for a great Duke team.”She stressed the importance of defensive organization, particularly in transition. USC’s defense was clearly up to the challenge Saturday night at LeBard Stadium. USC forced 14 Duke turnovers and held the Blue Devils to a meager five goals — the fewest goals they had scored since April 2014.With Duke predictably revolving much of the game plan around slowing down junior attacker Michaela Michael, fellow junior attacker Kylie Drexel exploded. Drexel logged four goals and an assist in the win, helping her side to a 6-3 halftime advantage. The Women of Troy extended the lead in the second half and started to run away with the game.Prior to the game, junior attacker Michaela Michael said, “We’re going to have to work really, really hard off-ball to get opportunities.”Michael’s work off the ball continues to be problematic for opposing defenses, as her intelligent movement demands attention and frees up space for teammates.Duke will inevitably improve this season, but their lackluster offensive day was no fluke. This USC defense is looking like the real deal, particularly after dominating a team widely considered one of the best in the land.USC fell to Duke 17-9 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament last season in the first ever meeting between these two schools on the women’s lacrosse field. This time around, the Women of Troy frustrated the Blue Devils with lockdown defense and offensive efficiency.The team now prepares for its next fixture — a home game against Michigan on March 4.