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Concert du « Luxembourg Tuba Consortium »

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Le collège échevinal a le plaisir de vous inviter cordialement au concert du  « Luxembourg Tuba Consortium »                                 sous la direction de : Jean Thill           le 16 novembre 2019 à 19.30 heures en la salle « Grand-Duc Jean » de l’Hôtel de Ville de Schifflange  Entrée : 10.- EUR Intégralement au profit de l’Association « Schëffleng […]
          

Emotioun viru Kompetitioun

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Laureat vum Concours luxembourgeois pour jeunes solistes vun der UGDA 2016 an 2017 an och vum Präis vun der Sacem: De Val Kravos ass e vun de sëlleche jonke Museker, déi reegelméisseg beim Concours vun der Union Grand-Duc Adolphe matmaachen. Zanter dem leschte Joer ass de 15jäerege Pianist zu Bréissel op enger Schoul fir héichtalentéiert jonk Museker.
          

2019-43631 - Reconciliation Officer H/F

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Business type : Types of Jobs/Asset Management
Contract type : Fixed-Term Contract
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Au sein du Département Banking Services, vous intégrerez l'équipe Réconciliation des Comptes Cash (NOSTRI) dont les missions principales sont les suivantes : Réconcilier les positions ouvertes sur les comptes Nostri via le logiciel NXG Attribuer les suspens aux services concernés Gérer les suspens non attribués (swift aux correspondants) Traiter les suspens anciens Aider l'équipe Cash Operations (Treasury) pour le calcul des soldes compensés et l'avisement/désavisement des opérations non renseignées Ouvrir et clôturer les comptes Nostri et les comptes ségrégués : relation avec les correspondants (ouverture/condition/administration) et ouverture des comptes intérêt Gérer les montants qui doivent faire l'objet de retours de fonds puis transmettre la demande à l'équipe Cash Operations Gérer la correspondance interne/externe Dans le cadre de sa mission, le Reconciliation Officer pourra être amené à intervenir sur l'activité de Reconciliation des produits dérivés OTC.


City : Luxembourg
Minimal education level : Bachelor Degree / BSc Degree or equivalent

          

2019-43897 - KYC Controller - Private Equity, Real Estate & Securitisation H/F

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Au sein de CACEIS Bank, Luxembourg branch, vous intégrerez notre département Private Equity, Real Estate & Securitisation (PERES) qui offre une prestation  complète de services aux fonds AIF (Alternative Investment Funds). En tant que KYC Controller vous êtes en charge de la cohérence et de la complétude des dossiers d’identification des investisseurs, catégorisés comme « complexes »,  mais également du contrôle et de la validation des autres dossiers des KYC Officer. Vos missions quotidiennes seront les suivantes : -       Identifier et analyser les dossiers « complexes » d’investisseurs personnes physiques ou morales selon les réglementations AML/KYC, les procédures internes en vigueur et une approche basée sur le risque ; -       Contrôler l’exhaustivité des fichiers KYC et valider les analyses des KYC Officer ; -       Etre le garant et le relais du déploiement du plan de contrôle ; -       Etre le point de contact en interne et externe pour toute question spécifique à son domaine d’activité ; -       Collaborer au quotidien avec les services du Département PERES, la Compliance ainsi que la Direction Commerciale.


City : Luxembourg
Minimal education level : 1-year Master's (M1)

          

Industry In Luxembourg A Practitioner Guide

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EL-i transpordiministrid arutavad taristuprojektide rahastuse tuleviku üle

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Majandus- ja taristuminister Kadri Simson osaleb neljapäeval Luxembourgis Euroopa Liidu transpordiministrite kohtumisel, kus ühe teemana on fookuses Euroopa ühendamise rahastu uus periood. Minister Simsoni sõnul on väga julgustav, et Euroopa Komisjon on tulnud välja ettepanekuga jätkata esmatähtsatele ülepiirilistele projektidele, nagu Rail Baltic, rahastust 85-protsendise toetusmääraga ka uuel perioodil. „Komisjoni ettepanek on selge signaal, et nende toetus on jätkuv ja saame üheskoos Läti ja Leeduga edasi liikuda,“ ütles minister. Minister lisas, et Rail Baltic täidab kõiki Euroopa-ülese transpordivõrgustiku prioriteetsete projektide kriteeriume ja on seetõttu väga selgelt konkurentsivõimeline toetuse saamiseks ka tulevikus. Lisaks plaanivad liikmesriigid neljapäeval muuhulgas kinnitada lennutranspordisektori konkurentsi tagamise määruse ja sadamates laevajäätmete üleandmist ning teemaksude tasumata jätmise vältimist käsitlevad direktiivid.
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Michal: Euroopa Liidu gaasiturg peab olema läbipaistev ning riikide kriisikavad peavad olema testitud

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Eile ja täna toimub Luxembourgis Euroopa Liidu energeetika- ja transpordiministrite korraline nõukogu. Nõukogul Eestit esindav majandus- ja taristuminister Kristen Michal ütles oma sõnavõtus Euroopa Liidu energiaministrite kohtumisel Luxembourgis, et EL riikide koostöö gaasi valdkonnas saab tugineda läbipaistvuse ning regionaalse varustuskindluse põhimõtetele. Michali sõnul on Eesti energiajulgeoleku huvides toimiv regionaalne koostöö ning korralikult läbi testitud kriisikavad. „Eesti mõistab hästi energiasõltumatuse ja -julgeoleku vajadusi, mistõttu on meie sõnum, et lisaks regionaalsele lähenemisele peavad Euroopa Liidu riikide kriisikavad olema operatiivselt kasutatavad, selgete vastutajatega ning eelnevalt läbi mängitud,“ lisas ta. Euroopa Komisjoni gaasi varustuskindlust tagava ettepaneku alusel peaksid kõik EL riigid gaasivarustuse kriiside ennetamiseks ja lahendamiseks rohkem regionaalset koostööd tegema ning üksteist häda korral aitama. Lisaks lepiti nõukogul kokku ühine positsioon liikmesriikide ja kolmandate riikide vaheliste energialepingute infovahetussüsteemi eelnõus. Euroopa Komisjoni ettepanekule tuginedes soovib Eesti kõigi valitsuste vaheliste gaasilepete avaldamist, mis mõjutavad oluliselt Euroopa energia siseturgu ja gaasi varustuskindlust. Eesti leiab, et lepete avaldamisel on suur roll järgmise eesistujariigi Slovakkia koostööl Euroopa Parlamendiga. Lisaks kohtus Michal kahepoolselt Luksemburgi majandusminister Etienne Schneideriga ning Ühendkuningriigi energiaminister Lord Nicholas Henry Bournega. /07.06.2016/
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Eestis asutatud mängukiirendi võitis Euroopa parima tiitli

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Eile Luxembourgis toimunud Euroopa ettevõtluse edendamise auhinnatseremoonial nimetati äri rahvusvahelistumise edendamise kategoorias Euroopa parimaks projektiks Eestis asutatud mänguvaldkonna ärikiirendi GameFounders. Peaauhind anti ettevõtluse arendamise eest Lissaboni linnavolikogule. Nii Euroopas kui ka Aasias tegutsev GameFounders on ettevõtlusminister Liisa Oviiri sõnul maailma tipptegija, kes on hea näide sellest, et Eesti ettevõtted on tihtipeale teistest sammu võrra ees ning Eesti on üks parimaid kohti targa ettevõtte rajamiseks. “Minu siirad õnnitlused tublile ja ambitsioonikale meeskonnale. Te olete eeskujuks ja inspiratsiooniks kõigile ettevõtjatele ning tegusatele inimestele.” GameFoundersi asutaja ja tegevjuht Kadri Ugand rõõmustas tunnustuse üle ning ütles, et tal on hea meel, et ka Euroopas on märgatud ärikiirendi olulisust. "Rahvusvaheline tunnustus on kindlasti paljudele meie programmides osalejatele märk sellest, et oleme usaldusväärne ja kindel partner," lausus Ugand. GameFoundersi järgmise programmi avaldusi oodatakse 20. detsembrini, kolmekuune kiirendusprogramm algab järgmise aasta märtsis Malaisias ning sinna on oodatud osalema kõik maailma mänguettevõtted. GameFounders on edukalt panustanud start-up ettevõtluse arendamisse, suurendanud eksporti ja rahvusvahelistumist, mis aitab tõsta tootlikkust ja selle kaudu inimeste sissetulekuid. GameFounders on esimene Euroopas asuv ärikiirendi, mis tegeleb mänguvaldkonna ettevõtjatega. Kiirendi käivitamist rahastas EAS Startup Estonia programm ja see pakub alustavatele ettevõtjatele algkapitali kõrval ka mentoreid, partnerluskokkuleppeid ja ligipääsu ülemaailmsele kontaktvõrgustikule. Euroopa ettevõtluse edendamise auhinnaga tunnustatakse edukaid tegevusi ja algatusi, mis loovad uusi võimalusi ettevõtluse arendamiseks nii siseriiklikul kui rahvusvahelisel tasandil /20.11.2015/
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Palo: droonidele tuleks kehtestada üleeuroopalised reeglid

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Majandus- ja taristuminister Urve Palo ütles kolmapäeval Euroopa Liidu transpordiministrite kohtumisel Luxembourg, et kaugjuhitavate õhusõidukite (droonide) tsiviilkasutusele tuleks määrata ühtsed üleeuroopalised nõuded. Eesti peab oluliseks, et regulatsioonide väljatöötamine toimuks koostöös Euroopa Liidu liikmesriikide ja turul tegutsevate ettevõtetega. „On tähtis, et regulatsioonid oleksid kooskõlas isiku andmekaitse põhimõtetega, tagamaks inimeste privaatsus. Samuti peaksid droonide kasutajad olema kindlustatud,“ rääkis Palo. Kõige olulisema fookusena tõi Palo välja, et regulatsioonide pearõhk peab olema kaugjuhitavate õhusõidukite ohutusnõuetel. „Regulatsiooni töötame eelkõige välja seetõttu, et tagada ohutus lennuliikluses ka olukorras, kus lendavaid objekte tuleb järjest juurde,“ lausus ta. Ühtsed tehnilised nõuded töötaks plaani kohaselt välja Euroopa Lennuohutusagentuur (EASA) ning need baseeruvad vastaval riskianalüüsil. Sealjuures suurematele ja keerukametele õhusõidukitele peaks plaani kohaselt kehtima rangemad nõuded. Õhusõidukite sertifitseerimine jääb plaani kohaselt tulevikus EASA-le, liikmesriigid hakkavad kontrollima õhusõidukite ohutusnõuete täitmist (õhusõidukite hooldus, lennutegevus, personali load). Suures plaanis võiks regulatiivne ning järelevalvealane korraldus järgida süsteemi, mis on kasutusel lennunduses. Laiema vastukaja saamiseks on Euroopa Komisjon korraldanud droonide reguleerimiseks avaliku konsultatsiooni, mille tähtaeg on 24. oktoober ja see on avatud kõigile huvigruppidele. Euroopa Liidu transpordiministrid arutavad lisaks ka laevanduse ja raudtee teemadel.
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EL-i transpordiministrid arutasid lennureisijate õigusi

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Neljapäeval arutasid Euroopa Liidu transpordiministrid Luxembourgis reisijatele lennureisist mahajätmise ning lendude tühistamise või pikaajalise hilinemise eest antava hüvitise küsimusi.Eesti on seisukohal, et lendude pikaajalise hilinemise korral ei ole otstarbekas siduda hüvitise summat lennupileti hinnaga, kuna nii lennu hilinemise kui tühistamise korral on tarbijal igal juhul õigus ka lennukipiletite ostuhinna tagastamisele juhul, kui pakutud alternatiivne teekond ei ole sobiv.Majandus- ja kommunikatsiooniminister Juhan Partsi sõnul tuleb lennureisijatele tagada kõrgetasemeline kaitse. Samas tuleb leida tasakaal, et lennufirmadele lisanduv finantskoormus ei kasvaks liberaliseeritud turu tingimustes liiga suureks.Lisaks arutasid ministrid lennuliikluse uue põlvkonna juhtimissüsteemi SESAR tegevusaja pikendamist 2024. aasta lõpuni, laevade ning nafta- ja gaasirajatiste põhjustatud merereostuse tõrjega seotud Euroopa Meresõiduohutuse Ameti tegevuse rahastamist ja raudteeohutuse direktiivi. 
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Parts rõhutas sidevõrkude neutraalsuse vajalikkust

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Majandus- ja kommunikatsiooniminister Juhan Parts ütles neljapäeval Luxembourgis Euroopa Liidu telekommunikatsiooniministrite nõukogul, et legaalsete e-teenuste ja rakenduste piiramine on üldjuhul lubamatu ja kahjustab nii tarbijate kui ettevõtete huve.„Pole mõistlik, kui innovaatilised idufirmad peavad hakkama arvestama võimalusega, et tema teenus ei pruugi läbipaistmatutel ja temast sõltumata põhjustel tarbijani jõuda,“ ütles Parts. „Elektroonilise side ettevõtjad ei tohiks hakata tarbija eest otsustama, millist teenust ta kasutada saab ja millist mitte.“Andmemahud kasvavad endiselt kümnetes ja sadades kordades ja tuleb keskenduda, kuidas kogu andmemaht kvaliteetselt ja kiirelt tarbijani viia. „Tänapäeva tehnoloogia seda võimaldab ja kui ka tarbija seda tunnetab, siis laekub ka vääriline tasu,“ lisas minister.Minister rõhutas, et Euroopa Liidu regulatsioonid peavad võimaldama investeeringuid kiiret andmesidet pakkuvatesse võrkudesse. Elektroonilise side ettevõtjad peavad oma konkurentsivõime säilitamiseks küll leidma uusi ärimudeleid, kuid on raske ette kujutada, justkui ei tugineks homsed teenused kiiretele andmesidevõrkudel. Eesti toetab Euroopa Liidu elektroonilise side turu ühtlustamist ja tugevdamist, kuid seada pigem olemasolevate, mitte uute nõuete kaudu. Eesti on seisukohal, et tuleks hoiduda üleregulatsioonist, mis pigem pärsib sektori arengut.EL-i digitaalse ühtse turu tulevikust ning edasistest tegevustest rääkinud Parts tõi olulise punktina välja ka raadiosageduste laiema kasutamise. Raadiosagedused on piiratud ressurss ja seetõttu on oluline nende mõistlikel tingimustel kasutusse andmine ja efektiivne kasutamine.Eestis on käimas avalik konkurss 800 MHz sagedusalas lubade andmiseks. Sellega annab riik välja kokku kolm sagedusluba, mis võimaldavad ettevõtjatel arendada uusimal tehnoloogial põhinevaid 4G võrke.Eesti toetab sagedusressursi kasutamise harmoniseerimist, kuid ei näe, et raadiosageduste tsentraalne haldamine oleks kõige mõistlikum lahendus Euroopa Liidu ühtsema telekommunikatsioonituru poole liikumiseks.Partsi sõnul on digitaalsel siseturul tunnustamist väärt Euroopa Liidu otsused roaming-hindade reguleerimisel. Tarbijad tunnevad, et liikmesriikide ühisest pingutusest on olnud reaalselt kasu.EL-i ministrid arutavad neljapäeval ja reedel infoühiskonna ja telekommunikatsiooni ning energeetika valdkondade küsimusi.
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Poland Loses Fight With EU Over Judges' Retirement Ages

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Poland Loses Fight With EU Over Judges' Retirement Ages(Bloomberg) -- Poland lost another court clash with the European Commission over part of the nationalist government’s sweeping judicial overhaul that cut judges’ retirement ages and discriminated between male and female jurists.The EU Court of Justice in Luxembourg ruled that the Polish rules introduced in July 2017 also created “directly discriminatory conditions based on sex” by lowering the retirement age to 60 for women and to 65 for men, from 67 for both previously. Tuesday’s decision can’t be appealed.The governing Law & Justice party provoked a string of EU lawsuits for changes that the commission said risked undermining the independence of Poland’s legal system. In a separate case in June, the EU court ruled that changes, which included lowering the retirement age of Supreme Court judges, were illegal.The party had argued that it needed to cleanse the judicial system of judges who were active during the pre-1989 Communist era and create a system it said would deliver more justice for ordinary citizens.The stand-off has put Warsaw at odds with its European allies and risks cuts in EU budget transfers to the bloc’s largest formerly communist nation.While Poland argues it can freely shape its judiciary without kowtowing to Brussels, it has backtracked on the legislation in 2018 and restored equal retirement age for male and female judges.The government doesn’t question EU court decisions but believes it has the right to set rules governing its legal system, the foreign ministry said in a statement Tuesday.The EU’s executive sees the independence of courts as one of the founding values of the bloc’s democracies. So far, the commission has won a spate of legal challenges, piling pressure on Warsaw. “This is an important ruling in support of the independence of the judiciary in Poland and beyond, as well as to prevent discrimination on the basis of gender,” the commission said in a statement.The EU authority last month said it would take Poland to court in yet another case, this time over a disciplinary system for judges.The case is: C-192/18, European Commission v. Republic of Poland.(Updates with EU response in second-last paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Stephanie Bodoni in Luxembourg at sbodoni@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Anthony Aarons at aaarons@bloomberg.net, Peter Chapman, Marek StrzeleckiFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.



          

Ethicon Endo-Surgery LLC FMJR 19-058 ECHELON FLEX™ Powered Plus ENDOPATH® 60mm Stapler – 340mm shaft

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Ethicon has initiated a voluntary recall of specific product lots and kits of ECHELON FLEX ENDOPATH 60mm Staplers, were distributed in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands and Switzerland. Ethicon identified through manufacturing process inspections there is a possibility some devices may contain an out of specification condition which could lead to malformed staples
          

Lonnie Sevel Stone

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Lonnie Sevel Stone

Lonnie Sevel Stone, 83, of Irving, Texas, passed from this life on Saturday, August 31, 2019.

He was born March 16, 1936 in Jena to the union of his parents, Rev. Walter W. and Ida Mae Owens Stone.

A graduate of Jena High School, Mr. Stone served his country in the United States Air Force. While stationed in France, he met and later married Catherine Elizabeth deHaer in Luxembourg.

Services were held on Saturday, Sept. 7, at Wilson-Orwosky Funeral Home in Emory, Texas.

Interment followed in Emory City Cemetery under direction of Wilson-Orwosky Funeral Home.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Cathy Stone; and two sisters, Tina Harris and Muriel Oglesby.

Survivors include his only son, Dennis Walter William Stone and wife Patricia Sue of Plano, TX; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

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AVP - FinReg Governance Regulatory Program Manager

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AVP - FinReg Governance & Regulatory Program Manager FIN****** About BNP Paribas: BNP Paribas is a leading bank in Europe with an international reach. It has a presence in 72 countries, with more than 202,600 employees, of which almost 155,000 in Europe. The Group has key positions in its three main activities: Domestic Markets and International Financial Services (whose retail-banking networks and financial services are covered by Retail Banking & Services) and Corporate & Institutional Banking, which serves two client franchises: corporate clients and institutional investors. The Group helps all its clients (individuals, community associations, entrepreneurs, SMEs, corporates and institutional clients) to realize their projects through solutions spanning financing, investment, savings and protection insurance. In Europe, the Group has four domestic markets (Belgium, France, Italy and Luxembourg) and BNP Paribas Personal Finance is the European leader in consumer lending. BNP Paribas is rolling out its integrated retail-banking model in Mediterranean countries, in Turkey, in Eastern Europe and a large network in the western part of the United States. In its Corporate & Institutional Banking and International Financial Services activities, BNP Paribas also enjoys top positions in Europe, a strong presence in the Americas as well as a solid and fast-growing business in *********************************** Business Overview: The US Financial & Regulatory Reporting Department is responsible for the production of financial and regulatory reports and information required to ensure compliance to regulatory expectations as well as other internal monitoring requirements. The FinReg Governance and Regulatory Programs team is responsible for ensuring the on-going compliance of established governance framework, oversee internal and external audits, lead and deliver transformation and continuous improvement initiatives across the department. Responsibilities: The FinReg Governance & Regulatory Program Manager reports to the Head of FinReg Governance & Regulatory Programs and has broad-based responsibilities. They include: - Lead end-to-end implementation of changes across the organization. Efforts are largely related to regulatory remediation, automation, digitization, operational excellence / efficiency, process re-engineering, and other transformation and continuous improvement initiatives across FinReg. - Coordinate internal audits and regulatory review across the Wholesale and Retail divisions. Drive remediation efforts and implement end-to-end solution. - Understand and drive resolution of complex issues. - Program management support to include: - Establish program structure; define and enforce program governance. - Develop and maintain program/project plans, ensure on-time quality delivery of projects and activities assigned. - Work with SMEs to design and develop target processes, tools/applications, and control framework. - Monitor and report status to all stakeholders on a regular basis, consolidate and publish status reports. - Risks, issues and change management, escalate effectively. - Support ad hoc projects and topics, drive closure to decisions and outstanding issues. - Develop plans and cost estimates, prepare and present budgets and forecast as required - Schedule meetings, record and publish minutes. - Work closely with reporting team leads and stakeholders to prepare presentations for various meetings with senior management. Minimum Required Qualifications 8+ years of work experience in the field of accounting and / or in the financial services industry. - University Degree in Finance related subject preferred. - Experience with Foreign Banking Organization. - Regulatory and Financial Reporting experience. - Experience with Banking and/or Capital Markets products. - Ability to understand complex financial products and system architectures, including accounting business processes including financial and management reporting (IFRS and US GAAP), month-end closing process, regulatory reporting, entity consolidations and multi-currency accounting. - Ability to analyze complex problems and recommend practical and effective solutions. - Excellent written and oral communication skills, with the ability to explain complex issues clearly and concisely to audiences of varying technical or accounting levels. - Ability to work effectively in geographically dispersed cross-functional teams. - Strong Microsoft software Office skills (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, Visio, Project). - Program and project management skills. Preferred Qualifications: - Management consulting, finance & accounting, audit, and regulatory reporting preferred. - Master's degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or related discipline FINRA Registrations Required: None BNP Paribas is committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, gender, age, creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital status, citizenship, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other legally protected status. US-NJ-Jersey City Standard / Permanent MISCELLANEOUS Bachelor Degree or equivalent (> = 3 years) At least 7 years Full-time Ability to share / pass on knowledge Ability to inspire others & generate people's commitment
          

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Sponsorship Available: No Relocation Assistance Available: Yes Goodyear. More Driven. About_The_Position Global Engineering has the responsibility to invent, design, specify and deliver product and process technologies to make Goodyear's Business Strategies achievable. This department engineers and integrates new technologies to support new products and increased manufacturing capability. It also provides direct and timely support to plant production, engineering, maintenance and energy conservation. The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for the design and/or specification, development, installation, commissioning and on-going support of Mixing systems and equipment in our plants globally. This individual will work with other mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers, as well as engineering contractors and suppliers. The individual will also work closely with Facilities Engineering, Global Facilities Planning, and the Regional Engineers during project scope development phases. Key projects and programs include the World-Wide Mixer Supply program, Capital Project mixing expansions and upgrades, sustaining plant support for mixing equipment and systems such as Mixers, Twin-Screw Extruder Roller Dies, Gearboxes, material feeding systems and compound batch-off systems. Primary_Responsibilities * Develop equipment designs and layouts using AUTO-CAD Inventor. * Support the development, specification, estimation, procurement, validation, installation and commissioning of processes and equipment. * Actively participate in vendor and project management. * Travel to manufacturing locations to assist with the installation and commissioning of equipment; travel to vendors to support in design reviews and acceptance testing of equipment. * Play a key role in the troubleshooting and resolution of equipment performance issues. * Support activities to ensure that global standards are adhered to by equipment suppliers and manufacturing partners. Required_Education_And_Experience * Minimum of a bachelor s degree in STEM (Science/Technology/Engineerin Math), with consideration for Mechanical Technology degree * 2-5 years of experience required, preferred manufacturing experience * Actively participated on cross-functional assignments, projects, and/or other divisional and planned initiatives for improved self-development. * Some experience working with vendors and specification, validation, installation and commissioning of manufacturing equipment. * Preferred experience participating in a cross-functional support team environment Skills and Abilities * Highly motivated self-starter who has the ability and desire to complete projects * Working knowledge 3D software design * Ability to function well in a team environment. * Ability to interface cross-functionally with Goodyear and non-Goodyear associates globally from a variety of backgrounds. * Excellent communication (verbal and written) and technical documentation skills required. * Demonstrate and instill positive attitudes on peers. * Demonstrate ability to actively participate in meetings at work group level. * Participate in meetings with vendors and customers. * Participate in mentoring activities * Improve skills through application of knowledge gained from additional education/experience/training * Willingness to travel 25-30%, domestically and internationally, and work occasional off-hours is required. Goodyear is one of the world s largest tire companies. It employs about 64,000 people and manufactures its products in 47 facilities in 21 countries around the world. Its two Innovation Centers in Akron, Ohio and Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg strive to develop state-of-the-art products and services that set the technology and performance standard for the industry. For more information about Goodyear and its products, go to *************************** Goodyear is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regards to that individual's race, color, religion or creed, national origin or ancestry, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, ethnicity, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you need reasonable accommodation to complete the online application, or any other part of the employment process, please contact the Goodyear Candidate Care Line at ************. Click here for more information about Equal Employment Opportunity laws, and here for additional supplementary information.
          

Marketing Manager Belgium and Luxembourg - Abbott Laboratories - Waver

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Are you the hands-on-Marketing Manager, who is passionate about Diabetes Care? Are you familiar with the Belgium & Luxembourg market and do you breathe…
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Investment Risk Analyst - Investment funds | Eurolux Consulting Ltd

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Investment Associate - Luxembourg | Capital Markets Executive Search

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Luxembourg, Luxembourg, The Investment Associate will be part of the investment team and will report to the Executive Committee. He/ She will be based in Luxembourg with occasional travel to EU and US.  Responsibilit
          

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526681-2019: Luxembourg-Goesdorf: Plaques, tôles, bandes et feuilles connexes aux matériaux de construction

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Historique Politique Et Descriptive Du Palais Et Du Jardin Du Luxembourg Par L Auteur Des Memoires De Louis Xviii Etienne Leon De Lamothe Langon

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Historique Politique Et Descriptive Du Palais Et Du Jardin Du Luxembourg Par L Auteur Des Memoires De Louis Xviii Etienne Leon De Lamothe Langon
          

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Thierry Grosbois est chargé de cours associé à l’Université du Luxembourg. La communication présente a été réalisée dans le cadre de la première journée d’étude du projet FRAUDE le 29 mai 2015. Notre contribution...
          

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Experienced French speaking Nanny required for a lovely family in Luxembourg, helping with the care of 2 children, a boy of 3.5 years and a girl of 2 years. Mum is looking for a professional, organized and nurturing Nanny who has a firm yet fair approach and has an interest in child development. Mum has just had a third baby but your focus is going to be on the older two children.

The position is to start immediately. Someone who loves cooking, arts and crafts. You will have time off in the day, but you need to be organised so that when the children get home you have time to play. Both children go to nursery but if they are ill you will need to be home to look after them.

Duties

  • All round support for children and Mum
  • Nursery duties and preparing healthy meals for the children while they are at school
  • Arranging educational & imaginative play
  • Keeping up a routine
  • Taking the children to nursery if Mum cannot
  • Helping mum with bath times and bedtimes

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  • Days – 5 days a week sometimes 6 days a week if support is needed
  • Hours – 7:30am-7pm but time off in the day children are at nursery and school most of the day so you have plenty of time for yourself and to prep dinners and lunches and do children’s chores.
  • Babysitting – occasional & to be agreed upon
  • Accommodation – spate studio currently being built for nanny in the meantime in the house or separate flat can be provided
  • Qualifications – Childcare qualification preferred
  • Languages – French speaker and good English
  • Driver – needed
  • Salary – £800 net per week negotiable
  • Start date – ASAP

Job ref no: 52107

Consultant: Nadine Swartz

This position is being managed by International Consultant Nadine Swartz.

Please submit applications to (email address removed)

Location: Luxembourg
Salary: £800 Net per Week
Hours: Full-time
Type: Permanent
Starting: Starting 14/11/2019
Duration: Ongoing
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Emma Reynolds
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what estimate her Department has made of the number of (a) Belgian, (b) Dutch (c) French, (d) German, (e) Italian and (f) Luxembourg nationals who were granted indefinite leave to remain prior to the accession of the UK to the EEC on 1 January 1973.

Brandon Lewis

Statistics of settlement grants in the United Kingdom for non Commonwealth nationals before 1973 are published in table se 06 ‘Grants of settlement to Commonwealth citizens and foreign nationals’) available at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/immigration-statistics-year-ending-june-2019/list-of-tables#settlement.

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UK Genuine PA-1900-34 19V 4.74A for charger AC Adapter ASUS X51CU

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UK Genuine PA-1900-34 19V 4.74A for charger AC Adapter ASUS X51CU

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Turkey hits bottom in OECD's health expenditure index

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Turkey hits bottom in OECD's health expenditure index

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Turkey lags far behind in the share of health expenditure regarding its GDP in 2018, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report said.

Turkey brings up the rear in health care spending with 4.2 percent of its GDP as the OECD average was 8.8 percent, according to the report.

"Germany, France, Sweden and Japan all spent close to 11% of GDP, while a few countries spent less than 6% of their GDP on health care, including Mexico, Latvia, Luxembourg, and Turkey at 4.2%," the report said.

A radical change of Turkey's healthcare system was one of the promises of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), foreseeing cheap, comprehensive and practical services.

But Turkey is struggling with many healthcare problems, made worse by an economic crisis after the Turkish lira has dramatically lost its value against the dollar in 2018. The healthcare system now faces issues like the inefficient funding of hospitals, medical supply shortages, staff shortages, long waiting times and stopping the import of some drugs due to high prices following the fall in the lira.

https://www.oecd.org/health/health-spending-set-to-outpace-gdp-growth-to-2030.htm

          

Brexit et RGPD : Comment protéger votre entreprise ?

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Aucune période de transition n’a été accordée par l’autorité de contrôle au Luxembourg (CNPD). Face aux rebondissements qui entourent le BREXIT, il vaut mieux ne pas rester inactif et signer aujourd’hui des clauses contractuelles types avec vos partenaires. Si votre groupe d’entreprises est concerné, pensez à mettre en place un accord intragroupe et à désigner un représentant, sous conditions suspensives le cas échéant. Un tel accord vous permet également de résoudre efficacement les problèmes liés à l’article 28 (sous-traitant et sous-processeur).

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La fin de vie au Luxembourg, état de lieux, 10 ans après les lois du 16 mars 2009

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Dix ans après les lois du 16 mars 2009 régissant la fin de vie, Ministre, praticiens et acteurs du domaine de la santé étaient tous réunis ce mardi 5 novembre dans le cadre du lancement de la Revue luxembourgeoise Droit & Santé (RLDS).

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Dès 1999, le débat politique s’est porté sur les questions liées à la fin de vie, avec une attention toute particulière à la question de l’euthanasie, débat controversé au niveau éthique et sociétal, en raison des tensions existant entre, d’une part, le principe de respect dû à la vie et, d’autre part, celui du respect de l’autonomie et de l’autodétermination de l’individu. Si ces valeurs fondamentales sont partagées dans une large mesure par tous, c’est la priorisation de ces valeurs qui ne fait pas consensus. Le droit ne saurait ôter les difficultés éthiques éprouvées à ce titre au niveau individuel, quel que soit la valeur privilégiée au niveau juridique.

Après un long et épineux débat, la Chambre des députés a adopté, le 18 décembre 2008, la loi sur l’euthanasie et l’assistance au suicide en même temps que la loi relative aux soins palliatifs.

Monsieur Romain Schneider, Ministre de la Sécurité sociale, lors de son discours introductif a salué l’initiative de la création de cette revue consacrée au droit de la santé qui rassemble dans son comité scientifique des praticiens de différents horizons.

Madame Christine Dahm, les docteurs Carlo Bock et Martine Schaul se sont ensuite succédé pour prendre la parole et donner chacun leur point de vue et avis sur ces lois.

Madame Christine Dahm, Directrice de Omega 90 a.s.b.l., a centré son intervention sur l’importance des soins palliatifs. Pour elle, c’est une « bonne loi », qui permet de soulager la douleur et de renoncer à l’acharnement thérapeutique. En 2018, on a dénombré 900 décès de patients en soins palliatif. Cependant, comme l’a indiqué Madame Christine Dahm, ces chiffres sont à prendre avec un certain recul car toutes les populations n’ont pas la chance d’avoir accès à ces soins.

Pour le docteur Carlo Bock, qui travaille pour la Commission nationale de contrôle et d’évaluation de la loi du 16 mars 2009 sur l’euthanasie et l’assistance au suicide : « L’application de la loi actuelle est loin d’être optimale à cause de la réticence de certains acteurs à l’encontre de l’euthanasie et de l’assistance au suicide ; des améliorations de la loi sont à prévoir afin de garantir à tous nos citoyens, un libre choix et une décision autonome concernant leur fin de vie. »

Enfin, le docteur Martine Schaul, Médecin légiste au Laboratoire National de Santé a présenté l’Unité médico-légale de documentation des violences (UMEDO) qui est un service de documentation médico-légale qui s’adresse aux adultes victimes de violences corporelles et/ou sexuelles qui ne souhaitent pas porter plainte dans un premier temps. Depuis la création de cette unité, en été 2018, 27 prises de contact ont été recensées dont 24 pour des violences physiques.

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La Revue Luxembourgeoise Droit & Santé a pour vocation de traiter d’une matière beaucoup trop peu documentée au Luxembourg et se révélant pourtant toujours en construction et en mouvement. La législation et la jurisprudence liées à cette matière se trouvant en perpétuelle évolution, les juristes et les professionnels de la santé doivent nécessairement s’adapter et pouvoir s’informer utilement à ce sujet. La Revue Luxembourgeoise Droit & Santé est disponible par abonnement au prix de 165 € hTVA.

 

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Le casse-tête des règles relatives à la prise de décisions par les associés dans une Sàrl

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Par Jacques Graas, Allen & Overy et Victoria Hinn, Allen & Overy((Les auteurs tiennent à remercier Virginie Macchi (Allen & Overy) pour sa relecture attentive et ses précieux conseils.))

Le droit de vote est un droit fondamental des associés et la sécurité juridique dans l'exercice de ce droit est primordiale. Il est dès lors regrettable qu'à la suite de la réforme du droit des sociétés luxembourgeois opérée par la loi du 10 août 2016((Loi du 10 août 2016 portant modernisation de la loi du 10 août 1915 concernant les sociétés commerciales et modifications du Code civil et de la loi modifiée du 19 décembre 2002 concernant le registre de commerce et des sociétés ainsi que la comptabilité et les comptes annuels des entreprises, publiée au Mémorial A-167 le 19 août 2016.)) (la Réforme de 2016), les dispositions de la loi modifiée du 10 août 1915 concernant les sociétés commerciales (la Loi de 1915) relatives à la prise de décisions par les associés d'une société à responsabilité limitée (Sàrl) créent de nouvelles incertitudes.

Une lecture combinée des articles régissant la prise de décisions par les associés d'une Sàrl permet de comprendre la problématique:

L'article 710-19 de la Loi de 1915 prévoit que « [...] Chaque associé a un nombre de voix égal au nombre des parts sociales qu'il possède. [...]».

Alors même qu'il est désormais possible de prévoir des parts sociales de valeur inégale dans les Sàrl,((Art. 710-5: «(1) Le capital social doit être de 12000 euros au moins. Il se divise en parts sociales, avec ou sans mention de valeur. [...]». La mention «de valeur égale» a été supprimée par la Réforme de 2016 à la fin de la phrase « Il se divise en parts sociales [...] », supprimant par conséquent l'obligation d'émettre des parts sociales de valeur égale et, a fortiori, autorisant désormais l'émission de parts sociales d'inégale valeur.)) l'article maintient la règle applicable avant l'entrée en vigueur de la Réforme de 2016 selon laquelle chaque part sociale donne droit à une voix.

Le législateur n'a donc pas souhaité étendre aux Sàrl les dispositions de l'article 450-1 (5) de la Loi de 1915((«[...] Lorsque les actions sont de valeur inégale ou que leur valeur n'est pas mentionnée, sauf disposition contraire des statuts, chacune d'elle confère de plein droit un nombre de voix proportionnel à la partie du capital qu'elle représente en comptant pour une voix l'action représentant la quotité la plus faible; il n'est pas tenu compte des fractions de voix, excepté dans les cas prévus à l'article 450-4.»)) qui prévoit que, pour des actions de valeur inégale, à défaut de disposition contraire dans les statuts, chaque action donne droit à un nombre de voix proportionnel à la quotité que représente cette action((On peut dès lors s'interroger sur l'utilité et le bien-fondé du maintien de la possibilité des parts sociales à valeur inégale dans une Sàrl et les développements suivants illustreront toute l'ambiguïté créée par l'introduction de cette faculté.)).

L'article 710-18 de la Loi de 1915 prévoit les règles de prise de décisions suivantes dans les assemblées générales ordinaires (AGO): « aucune décision n'est valablement prise [,,.] qu 'autant qu 'elle a été adoptée par des associés représentant plus de la moitié du capital social. Sauf stipulation contraire dans les statuts, si ce chiffre n'est pas atteint à la première réunion ou consultation par écrit, les associés sont convoqués ou consultés une seconde fois par lettres recommandées, et les décisions sont prises à la ma­jorité des votes émis, quelle que soit la portion du capital représenté. »

L'article 710-26 de la Loi de 1915 prévoit les règles de prise de décisions suivantes dans les assemblées générales extraordinaires (AGE): « sauf dispositions contraires des statuts, les associés représentant les trois quarts du capital social peuvent modifier les statuts dans toutes les dispositions. Néanmoins l'augmentation des engagements des associés ne peut être décidée qu 'avec l'accord unanime des associés. »

Ces dispositions n'ont pas été modifiées par la Réforme de 2016, mais l'introduction des parts sociales de valeur inégale soulève une problématique de conciliation entre des règles de prise de décisions déterminées en fonction de la participation dans le capital social et le principe «une part = une voix».

Un exemple chiffré permet d'illustrer la problématique de manière concrète:

Une partie de la doctrine estime que l'associé A, qui représente trois quarts du capital social, mais ne détient qu'une seule part sociale représentant 25% des parts sociales, pourrait désormais contrôler seul les décisions d'AGO et d'AGE((En ce sens : I. CORBISIER, « La réforme du droit luxembourgeois des sociétés », RPS-TRV, 1er juillet 2017, n° 2017/4, n° 76, p. 463.)).

Tel serait le cas si on regardait de manière isolée les articles 710-18 et 710-26 de la Loi de 1915 qui font référence au pourcentage de détention du capital social. Mais procéder de la sorte reviendrait à faire abstraction de l’article 710-19 de la Loi de 1915 en permettant à un associé détenant seulement 25% des parts sociales - et donc des droits de vote sur la base du principe «une part=une voix» - d'imposer sa volonté à un bloc d'associés représentant 75% des parts sociales.

Cette lecture des textes devient d'autant plus difficile à justifier dans l'hypothèse de la reconvocation d'une AGO. En effet, dans le cadre de l'AGO reconvoquée, la Loi de 1915 prévoit expressément que les décisions sont prises «à la majorité des votes émis», peu importe la proportion du capital représenté, de sorte que la puissance votale d'un associé serait différente dans l'AGO initiale et dans l'AGO nouvellement convoquée. Une telle solution nous paraît incohérente et ne peut, à notre sens, correspondre à la volonté du législateur.

Pour concilier la problématique des règles relatives à la prise de décisions des associés dans l'hypothèse de parts sociales de valeur inégale, il convient selon nous de faire la distinction entre les exigences de quorum et de majorité:

  • En ce qui concerne les AGO, un quorum de la «majorité du capital social » sera requis lors de la première convocation et la décision devra être adoptée à la majorité des votes émis((À ce titre, les votes blancs et nuls ne seraient pas considérés comme des votes émis.)) conformément au principe que chaque part donne lieu à une seule voix. Lors d'une AGO recon­voquée pour quorum insuffisant, plus aucune exigence de quorum ne s'appliquera, et le seuil de majorité correspondra toujours à la majorité des votes émis((En ce sens : L. METZLER, Le régime juridique et fiscal des sociétés à responsabilité limitée dans le Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Imprimerie de la Cour Victor Buck, 1933, p. 113, « Le vote [lors d'une assemblée générale ordinaire] a lieu à la majorité simple; mais le quorum de présence de la moitié du capital social, requis pour la première assemblée, ne l'est plus pour la seconde.»)).
  • En ce qui concerne l'AGE, la Loi de 1915 ne prévoit pas le principe d'une reconvocation pour manque de Par conséquent, l'exigence d'un quorum des « trois quarts du capital social » s'appliquera à toute AGE((En ce sens: Travaux parlementaires n° 5730-2, Avis de la Chambre de Commerce, pp. 59-60 (commentant l'ancien texte, mais les principes évoqués restent pertinents): « La fraction des trois quarts ne concerne pas une règle de majorité, mais elle fixe un minimum de participation du capital à la prise de décision. Il faut que, dans une réunion d'associés détenant ensemble des parts sociales dont le nombre additionné est supérieur ou égal aux trois quarts du total des parts émises, il y ait plus d'associés votants en faveur de la modification que d'opposants. Ce raisonnement rejoint l'argumentation du respect du caractère hybride de la Sàrl.»)), même reconvoquée. Mais quid de la majorité requise? Conformément à la pratique du passé et à l'esprit de la loi, une majorité de 75 % des votes émis s'appliquera a priori à toute AGE((Sur la base d'une lecture littérale de la Loi de 1915, on peut se demander si une majorité simple ne serait pas suffisante. Une telle interprétation risquerait cependant d'être remise en cause par des associés minoritaires et compromettrait donc la sécurité juridique.)).

Tout ceci implique une certaine gymnastique intellectuelle qui nous semble aller à l'encontre de la prévisibilité et de la sécurité juridique requise en la matière. En l'absence d'introduction de parts sociales non votantes((Malgré l'introduction de ce concept dans la version initiale du projet de loi (article 182bis du Projet de loi n° 5730, Chambre des députés, session ordinaire 2006-2007 (dépôt le 8 juin 2007)) sur la base du modèle des actions non votantes dans les S.A., il a cependant finalement été supprimé à la demande du Conseil d'État (Avis du 23 février 2010, p. 2.))) ou du principe de proportionnalité du droit de vote à la valeur nominale, l'aménagement des droits de vote((Voy. de manière plus générale sur cette problématique, F. BEULLEKENS et J. GRAAS, « Les pactes d'actionnaires et la loi du 10 août 1915: réflexions et perspectives», Un siècle d'application de la loi du 10 août 1915 concernant les sociétés, Diegem, Kluwer, 2015, pp. 69 à 101.)) devrait se faire au moyen d'autres techniques prévues par la Loi de 1915, avec notamment les mécanismes suivants:

  • le recours «classique » à la prime d'émission, qui permet de créer un «prix» différent par droit de vote;
  • la possibilité introduite à l'article 430-1, paragraphe (1), par la Réforme de 2016, d'émettre des parts bénéficiaires avec ou sans droit de vote dans les Sàrl. Les parts bénéficiaires présentent un instrument offrant une très grande souplesse qu'il convient cependant d'encadrer de manière appropriée pour éviter des structures abusives((J. GRAAS, «Les parts bénéficiaires en droit luxembourgeois», Mélanges en l'honneur du Professeur Michel Germain, Paris, LexisNexis, 2015, pp. 363 à 379.)) ; ou
  • la possibilité introduite à l'article 710-19, par la Réforme de 2016, de demander à certains associés de renoncer à l'exercice de leur droit de vote pour autant que cette renonciation soit limitée dans le temps ou dans son envergure, et qu'elle soit notifiée à la société concernée. Si ces conditions sont respectées, une part sociale non votante - à défaut de reconnaissance expresse dans la Loi de 1915 - pourrait être créée de manière contractuelle.

Divers outils sont donc à disposition dans la Loi de 1915 pour structurer des droits de vote, sans qu'il ne soit nécessaire de recourir aux parts sociales de valeur inégale avec les incertitudes qui s'y attachent. Néanmoins, la situation actuelle reste largement insatisfaisante, surtout pour une

juridiction ambitionnant de proposer un droit des sociétés moderne permettant des transactions internationales. L'incohérence actuelle des dispositions relatives à la prise de décisions par les associés d'une Sàrl est renforcée par deux autres articles de la Loi de 1915:

  • d'une part, l'article 710-12 de la Loi de 1915, régissant la procédure d'agrément des nouveaux associés en cas de cession de titres, fait référence à une majorité des « parts sociales », et non à une majorité du « capital so­cial ». On peut s'interroger sur la raison pour laquelle le législateur n'a pas profité de la Réforme de 2016 pour étendre ce critère de majorité, qui nous semble plus co­hérent et clair compte tenu de la possibilité d'émettre des parts sociales de valeur inégale, aux décisions d'AGO et d'AGE((On sait que cette règle de majorité des parts sociales est la conséquence de la volonté initiale du législateur d'introduire des parts sociales sans droit de vote. À l'origine, le texte du projet de loi se lisait: majorité «des parts sociales votantes». Cette flexibilité n'ayant pas été retenue dans la version définitive du projet de loi, le législateur a simplement supprimé le terme « votantes » laissant subsister l'expression «parts sociales» au lieu de celle de «capital social» jusqu'alors utilisée à l'article 710-12. (voy. projet de loi no 5730, Chambre des députés, session ordinaire 2006-2007 (dépôt le 8 juin 2007), commentaires des articles, no 89), p. 122: «le remplacement dans le cadre des paragraphes (1) et (2) [de l'ancien article 189], de la formulation «au moins les trois quarts capital social » par «au moins les trois quarts des parts sociales munies d'un droit de vote» s'explique par l'introduction de la possibilité de créer des parts sans droit de vote dans les Sàrl.»). À noter que la commission juridique de la Chambre des Députés (Avis du 7 mai 2009, p. 27) semble penser - à tort - que les articles 710-12 et 710­-26 prévoient le même critère de majorité: «Une majorité des trois quarts, comme elle existe pour l'agrément des non-associés (article 189), suffit amplement.»)); et
  • d'autre part, l'article 1100-2 de la Loi de 1915 en matière de liquidation fait toujours référence à la double majorité, laquelle a été supprimée pour les AGE dans l'article 710-26 de la Loi de 1915. Il s'agit à notre sens d'un oubli du législateur qu'il convient de rectifier dans les plus brefs délais.

En attendant des clarifications et rectifications législatives requises, il semble préférable d'éviter la création de parts sociales de valeur inégale et de respecter en tout état de cause les règles de majorité et de quorum ci-dessous pour assurer la validité des décisions d'associés dans une Sàrl:

En conclusion, il convient d'être très attentif aux dispositions relatives à la prise de décisions par les associés dans une Sàrl qui se révèlent être particulièrement complexes à concilier. Il est d'autant plus important pour les praticiens d'assurer une rédaction soignée et réfléchie des statuts, pactes d'actionnaires et/ou autres documents encadrant les relations d'associés.

Revue pratique de droit des affaires n° 1 – Septembre 2018

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Les seuils à respecter pour télétravailler

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Dès 2020, les travailleurs frontaliers français embauchés au Luxembourg disposeront de 29 jours de télétravail. Mais pas un de plus, à cause des «dispositions à respecter, sans quoi ça peut avoir pour conséquence une charge financière», explique Nora Benyoucef.

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Comment le Luxembourg a séduit l’UIA

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Le Grand-Duché accueille le 63e congrès de l’Union internationale des avocats (UIA) du 6 au 10 novembre. Plus de deux ans ont été nécessaires pour l’organiser.

C’est la quatrième fois que le Luxembourg accueille le congrès de l’Union internationale des avocats (1931, 1950, 1983, 2019), qui rassemblera au Centre européen des congrès près de 1.000 avocats du monde entier du 6 au 10 novembre.

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Stibbe reinforces its Luxembourg office with new tax partner Johan Léonard

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Luxembourg, 5 November 2019 – Stibbe reinforces its Luxembourg office with the lateral hire of tax partner Johan Léonard. His arrival will boost Stibbe’s tax offering in Luxembourg and allows the firm to respond to new and developing market needs. Johan joined Stibbe on 4 November 2019.

In recent years, the Luxembourg tax landscape has significantly evolved because of the implementation of several law reforms. The hiring of Johan Léonard allows Stibbe to give sound tax advice under Luxembourg law and to expand the offering of the tax team in the Luxembourg legal market. Johan specialises in national and international tax law, providing structuring and transactional advice to investment funds, private equity firms, real estate conglomerates, financial institutions, and multinational groups. He also assists clients in the context of tax litigation and has broad experience in advising them on the tax aspects of multi-jurisdictional transactions and restructurings.

Gérald Origer, Executive Partner of Stibbe Luxembourg, comments: “We are pleased to welcome Johan to our Luxembourg tax team as new partner. Johan’s technical profile and his expertise in Luxembourg tax reforms will be a major asset to the firm. His excellent reputation and solid experience will bring a wealth of expertise to our tax practice and contribute greatly to Stibbe’s integrated Benelux tax advisory services.

Johan Léonard adds: “I’m extremely delighted to join Stibbe to contribute to the further development of its Luxembourg tax practice. In the context of international tax reforms, being part of a solid Benelux tax practice is a valuable asset to assist clients when advising on how to overcome their challenges. I fully support Stibbe’s vision to deliver the highest quality of service to its clients, and I am looking forward to making the Luxembourg office play a strong part in our leading Benelux offering.

 

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DLA piper Luxembourg celebrates the second edition of a legal programme for asylum seekers and refugees

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Following its successful introduction, DLA Piper held for the second year ‘Know Your Rights’, a pro bono programme for the legal empowerment of refugees and asylum seekers in Luxembourg.

The nine-week programme aims to empower asylum seekers and refugees by increasing their core legal knowledge and associated soft skills. The firm provided weekly training on various legal issues and asylum seekers’ rights, to help attendees integrate better into society, become better advocates for their interests and pursue their professional and personal goals.

DLA Piper's lawyers and commercial clients run the classes. The programme also received the support from NGO partners including UNHCR, Passerell, RYSE and the University of Luxembourg.

The topics taught included asylum and immigration law, employment law, education, housing health law, negotiation skills, Luxembourg judicial system, contract law and entrepreneurship.

DLA Piper's Country Managing Partner in Luxembourg, Catherine Pogorzelski, said: “ 'Know Your Rights' has already delivered incredibly positive outcomes for refugees. I'm really proud that this year we had a greater involvement of our lawyers and clients in this programme. We look forward to supporting newcomers on their journey with us next year.”

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CONGRÈS DE L’UIA | Le gratin mondial des avocats attendu à Luxembourg

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Le 63e congrès de l’Union internationale des avocats s’ouvre mercredi pour quatre jours de rencontres, conférences et réseautage réunissant plus d’un millier d’avocats.

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Luxembourg, capitale mondiale des avocats

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Le prochain congrès de l’Union internationale des avocats à Luxembourg fera la part belle aux sujets humanitaires. Une vo­lonté du comité organisateur local.

Luxembourg, capitale européenne de la justice, sera promue capitale mondiale des avocats du 6 au 10 novembre prochains, en accueillant le congrès annuel de la plus grande association internationale de la profession: l’Union internationale des avocats (UIA). Un congrès dont le volet sur les droits de l’Homme a été volontairement étoffé par le comité organisateur local.

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Deuxième session actualisée | Procédure administrative contentieuse en matière d’impôts directs : dialogue entre avocat et magistrat

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Orateurs : Alex Pham et Serge Schroeder.

Présentation : 

Le Workshop présente le système général des voies de recours en matière d’impôts directs et surtout les recours contentieux devant les juridictions administratives. Les orateurs vont également traiter certains aspects pratiques spécifiques liés aux voies de recours et rendre attentif à certaines particularités et exigences procédurales qu’il faut respecter afin d’éviter que le fonds du recours ne soit pas examiné.

Plan : 

1 ) Introduction

2)  Retour sur un préalable nécessaire : la réclamation précontentieuse et son issue défavorable aux contribuables

3)  Régime des recours contre les décisions dites discrétionnaires de l’Administration des Contributions Directes

4)  Procédure devant le tribunal administratif :  quelques « embuscades » à éviter

5)  Déroulement de la procédure devant les juridictions administratives: caractéristiques, modes de preuves, demandes et moyens etc

6)  Sursis d’exécution

7) La procédure en cas d'échange d'informations fiscales

8) Tour d'horizon de l'actualité de la jurisprudence administrative fiscale .

 

La société Legitech a obtenu l’agrément du Barreau de Luxembourg.

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Proposition de loi n°7436/01 portant extension du cercle des bénéficiaires du congé pour raisons familiales aux grands-parents et modifiant le Code du travail – Avis de la Chambre de commerce

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La proposition de loi 7436 concerne deux articles visant à modifier les articles L.234-51 et L.234-52 du Code du travail relatifs au congé pour raisons familiales. Le but est d'étendre le cercle des bénéficiaires de ce congé aux grands-parents en cas de maladie grave, d'accident ou autre raison impérieuse de santé de leurs petits-enfants.

 

Concernant la volonté de « mieux répartir la charge des congés entre plusieurs employeurs », la Chambre de commerce (CC) relève qu'il n'y a aucune raison de faire partager le coût d'un tel congé entre les employeurs des parents mais aussi ceux des grands-parents.

 

La CC émet notamment des réserves quant à sa conformité par rapport au droit européen, puisqu'elle juge inéquitable, voire susceptible de créer une discrimination indirecte fondée sur la résidence, dans la mesure où pour être applicable, elle suppose que l’un ou les deux « parents » travaille(nt) au Luxembourg et l’un ou les deux « grands-parents » travaille(nt) également au Luxembourg. En pratique, ce dispositif aurait donc pour effet d'exclure certains travailleurs frontaliers.

 

En outre, la Chambre rappelle que le congé pour raisons familiales qui est accordé aux parents ayant un enfant malade a déjà été récemment augmenté et flexibilisé par la loi du 15 décembre 2017.  Étendre le cercle des bénéficiaires aux grands-parents ouvrirait la voie à des questionnements futurs beaucoup plus étendus comme par exemple l'extension au profit du nouveau conjoint d'un parent dans le cadre d’une famille recomposée. La Chambre n'est donc pas favorable à l'extension du cercle des bénéficiaires de ce congé pour plusieurs raisons.

 

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Lab Luxembourg S.A. (Labgroup) présente ses solutions de Backup pour une protection optimale des données lors de la semaine de la cybersécurité

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Dans le cadre de la semaine de la cybersécurité qui était organisée, pour la troisième fois déjà, par « Security Made in Luxembourg (Smile) », Lab Luxembourg S.A. (Labgroup) a organisé mardi dernier, le 22 octobre 2019 un événement avec son partenaire Carbonite (https://www.carbonite.com/), dans les locaux de Silversquare à Luxembourg-ville.

Au programme de cette matinée ? Des présentations sur la protection des données et la « data resilience » (la résilience des données) par différents intervenants. Ces derniers ont notamment mis l’accent sur l’importance de la mise en place de bonnes pratiques, permettant aux sociétés de garantir la pérennité de leur activité lors d’un incident affectant l’accès à leurs données, et, ainsi, de créer un environnement informatique totalement sécurisé.

Comment protéger son organisation de tout incident ? Selon Mathieu Mondino, Presales Manager chez Carbonite, une société informatique et leader dans le domaine des solutions de sécurité, la première clé pour un plan de protection efficace est la sauvegarde des données dans le cadre d’un plan de Backup. Ces Backups garantissent la disponibilité et l’accès 24h sur 24, rapide et de manière sécurisée aux données de l’entreprise.

Partenaire stratégique depuis plus de 15 ans, Carbonite (anciennement EVault et Seagate) offre des solutions de « Backup » sur mesure et efficaces que Labgroup fournit aujourd’hui à plus de 100 clients dans le monde entier. Le volume des données sauvegardées représente plus de 1000 Tera Octets, et chaque jour plus de 3600 sauvegardes sont effectuées pour les clients de Labgroup.

La problématique des « ransomwares », attaque informatique visant à encrypter les données en échange d’une demande de paiement de rançons par des pirates informatiques, a également été abordée par Valentin Giannini, Consultant Sécurité chez Excellium Services, cabinet de conseil et d’intégration de technologies dans le monde de la sécurité. Le message de Valentin Giannini était clair ; la meilleure façon de se protéger contre les « ransomwares » est de prévoir un Backup régulier de ses données !

« Backup-as-a-Service » - une solution complète, rapide et efficace par Labgroup.

Les avantages pratiques d’une solution de sauvegarde « Backup-as-a-service » ont été exposés par Yannick Pissel, Consultancy Services, Content Management Specialist chez Labgroup. Les données de chaque société doivent être protégées sur le long terme ; de même qu’une assurance, les solutions de Backup proposées par Labgroup permettent aux clients de restaurer leurs données perdues, détruites ou volées « en un clic » tout en ayant la possibilité de faire appel aux spécialistes pour les accompagner en cas de besoin. Une solution clé en main et entièrement gérée par Labgroup, qui permet aux clients de se concentrer sur leur activité principale en déléguant la protection des données à un tiers. Un service managé est conçu pour répondre aux besoins des entreprises, quels que soient leur taille, leur secteur ou la région géographique. Le modèle de paiement à l'utilisation est transparent et basé sur le volume des données source.

Les avantages :

  • Aucun équipement dédié à acheter, héberger ou installer
  • Aucune installation ou maintenance à prévoir
  • Entièrement hébergée au Luxembourg, chez Labgroup et répliquée sur 2 datacentres
  • Service Internet, tout ce dont la société a besoin est une connexion Internet
  • Meilleure performance grâce à la technologie delta block et la compression des données
  • Sécurité maximale des informations via le cryptage des données transférées et stockées
  • Solution de bout en bout gérée et surveillée par les informaticiens de Labgroup: maintenance, support et suivi de l’ensemble de la plate-forme.

MICAËL WEBER, SALES DIRECTOR CHEZ LABGROUP

 

Cette théorie a d’ailleurs été illustrée par Micaël Weber, Sales Director chez Labgroup, avec la présentation du « Use Case » d’un client de longue date qui externalise ses sauvegardes chez Labgroup. Dans ce contexte, un service complet de sauvegarde en ligne est fourni au client, y compris la maintenance de la plate-forme de Backup. La mise en œuvre d'une solution de sauvegarde en ligne clé en main a permis à ce client (un des Big 4) de réduire très sensiblement les fenêtres de Backup ainsi que le temps d’attente et de manipulation pendant la restauration des données.

Au-delà de ces présentations, une démonstration de la solution de Backup simple et efficace de Carbonite a été présentée par Mathieu Mondino, permettant ainsi aux participants de visualiser la simplicité de l’interface de Backup en ligne.

Rapide, simple, efficace, le service de Backup de Labgroup met fin à la complexité de la sauvegarde des données, qui n’est que la partie émergée de l’iceberg lorsque l’on parle de sécurité de l’information. La mission de Labgroup est de guider les clients dans une politique de protection et de confiance numérique via l’implémentation de bonnes pratiques et un accompagnement sur mesure.

 

Legitech a récemment publié un ouvrage sous la direction du Dr Olivier Hassid, Directeur des activités de conseil en Sécurité, Sûreté et Intelligence Economique, PwC France consacré à la sécurité et sûreté en entreprise.

 

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Le bitcoin coté à la Bourse de Luxembourg?

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Iconic Funds, un gestionnaire allemand d’actifs cryptés, espère lancer un produit inédit d’investissement dans le bitcoin sur les bourses de Francfort et de Luxembourg, à partir du 2 décembre. Il serait coté, comme le pétrole ou l’or.

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Week 45/2019 - Eurovision Radio International - 06 Nov 2019 - Michael Rice Interview - PODCAST AVAILABLE NOW

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Download this week's edition of Radio International
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Also listen to other Eurovision Shows:
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Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience

Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience is broadcast from Malta's Radio 105FM on Sunday evenings from 1800 - 2100 hours CET. The show is also broadcast on Castlepoint FM in the United Kingdom on Wednesday evenings from 2000 - 2300 hours CET as well as on the Facebook Page of Eurovision Radio International. Find out more details of how to tune in - click here.

Join in this Wednesday 30 October 2019 live from 2000 - 2300pmCET live on Castlepoint FM for Eurovision Radio International taking you through the autumn of 2019 with lots of good music and features related to the Eurovision Song Contest.

November - and into the month of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019, Europe's Eurovision Countries are gearing up for the selection of their country's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 but also the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is around the corner on Sunday, 24 November 2019 from Gliwice, Poland. But also many Eurovision Fanclubs (OGAEs) are having their annual club meetings and events around the contest. Radio International keeps you up to date with these events. See below what is planned for the show. 


AT A GLANCE - ON THE SHOW THIS WEEK
  • Interview with Michael Rice (United Kingdom 2019) done at OGAE UK's EUROBASH 2019 in Leeds
  • Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 - Thsi year's songs and trip back through the years
  • Eurovision Top 5 Flashback
  • Eurovision Cover Spot and The Eurovision Birthday File with David Mann
  • Eurovision Spotlight: The Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest with Ross Bennett
  • Eurovision News from escXtra.com with Nathan Waddell
  • Eurovision EUROVISION CALENDAR with Javier Leal
  • Your music requests
  • New Music Releases by Eurovision artist

Interview with Michael Rice (United Kingdom 2019):
The OGAE UK's annual edition of EUROBASH took place on 12 October 2020 in Leeds, United Kingdom with the participation of over 180 national and international plus four Eurovision artists were invited to attend the convention. Justs (Latvis 2016), Esther Hart (Netherlands 2003), Michael Rice (United Kingdom 2019 and Eurovision Winner 1992 Linda Martin (Ireland 1983 and 1992). Last week Radio International aired an interview with Eurovision Winner 1992, Linda Martin. This week enjoy the interview with the charming UK representative to the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 - Michael Rice who performed the song "Bigger than us" penned by John Lundvik from Sweden. Unfortunately, this year's UK entry became last in the Grand Final at Number 26.  Radio International's JP, Chris and Salman met the charming singer for an interview during EUROBASH 2019 in Leeds. This interview will be broadcast on Radio International this week.

Michael Rice (United Kingdom 2019) with JP, Chris and Salman

 Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019: The 17th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be staged in the Gliwice Arena, Poland on Sunday, 24 November 2019 with 19 countries participating. In 2018, Poland won with Roxana and the song "Anyone I want to be" and a decision was taken by Polish Broadcaster TVP to stage the 2019 edition in Gliwice. In the run up to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Radio International will be devoting a part of the weekly show to the music contest for the kids. You will hear some previous winners, highlights and of course also the 19 songs that are competing this year. The official website of the event is available here - Junior Eurovision and more detailed info is available here



Plus there will be Eurovision News, Birthday File, Cover Spot, Calendar and new releases by Eurovision artists.


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Come what may (Apres Toi)
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Net Als Toen
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1st #VdGMForum | Barcelona, 7-8 February 2014

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The Vasco da Gama Movement whishes to thank all participants, speakers and supporters of the first PanEuropean meeting for Trainees and Junior Family Doctors, the #VdGMForum !

 

 

Download the 2014 #VdGMForum programme and abstract booklet by clicking here (PDF, 5MB)

 

Welcome message

The Vasco da Gama Movement invites you to be part of the first PanEuropean meeting for Trainees and Junior Family Doctors !

We are delighted to welcome you to the first Pan European meeting for trainees and junior Family Doctors, the Vasco da Gama Movement Forum, which will be held in the city of Barcelona on 7th-8th February 2014. After organising 8 succesful European PreConferences and co-organising 2 fantastic World PreConferences ahead of the Wonca Conferences between 2005-2013, and alongside preparations for the 2014 VdGM PreConference in Lisbon in July, the Vasco da Gama Movement is ready to take the next step ! 
 
We are organizing the VdGM Forum, a scientific conference rich in contents, under the title “One Strong Voice for the Family Doctors of the 21st Century”. The programme will be focused on the topics of the Future of Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Out-of-Hours Services, Career Development, Research Skills and Emerging Technologies.
 
Prior to the VdGM Forum, a vocational exchange will be organized for selected participants, who will have the opportunity to observe GP/FM practices (offices) in Barcelona and learn more about the national organisation of primary care.
 
We strongly believe that the progress of our movement depends on our colleagues, on whether they share our cause, and on the continuity of our platform; a platform in which members meet regularly and they have the chance to establish and develop good professional relationships, which are essential for launching exciting and aspirational new projects. Alongside trainees and newly qualified (5 years) General Practitioners / Family Doctors, we also welcome senior GP/FD, other specialities but also patients and undergraduate medical students.
 
For this very reason we are working with great enthusiasm so that you can enjoy a unique scientific and cultural programme.
 
We warmly invite you all to join us for an amazing conference; we are looking forward to meeting you in Barcelona!
 
The Host Organising Committee of the First VdGM Forum
 
 

Speakers

Confirmed speakers to the VdGM Forum

 

Enric Aragonès  (Spain) 

Enric Aragonès, MD, PhD,is a family physician and general practitioner at Constantí Primary Care Centre (Catalan Heath Institute). He is working in research projects in mental health in the primary care area (mainly in clinical and healthcare topics of depression) and is the manager of the Research Group in Mental Health and Primary Care in Tarragona (Primary Care Research Institute IDIAP Jordi Gol). He is member of the Working Group in Mental Health of the CAMFiC (Catalan Society of Family Medicine) and coordinator of the semFYC Working Group in Mental Health (Spanish Society of Family Medicine).

 

Manuel Campíñez Navarro

(Spain)

Manuel Campiñez Navarro. Family physician in EBA Vallcarca, Barcelona. Master in Primary Health Care, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). Associate Clinical Professor in the Medicine Department, UAB. Directive Member of the Communication and Health Group in the Spanish Family Physicians Association (SEMFYC). PhD Student in UAB.

Magdalena Canals

(Spain)

Magdalena  Canals Aracil is a family and community doctor. She works in a Health Center in the south of Madrid. She’s member of  the Emergencyand ContinuingCare group of semFYC  and is Family Medicine resident´s tutor in Madrid and Associate Professor of practice in the Complutense University. She has a lot of experience learning basic/advanced live support, she makes with her ESVAP program group (Enseñanza de Soporte Vital en Atención Primaria) many courses all over Spain. She is coordinator of ESVAP program in Madrid.

Sonia Cibrián

(Spain)

Family physician un EBA VAllcarca, Barcelona. Member of the Communication and Health Group in the Spanish Family Physicians Association (semFYC). PhD Student in Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).

Lorraine Cleaver

(UK)

Lorraine Cleaver is a Scottish wife and mother who has petitioned the Scottish Parliament for improved Thyroid diagnosis and treatment. The petition has benefited from the involvement of the Minister for Public Health and is progressing well. After her thyroid was removed in 2006 for Graves disease, Lorraine's health declined by an alarming degree, despite being under the care of an Endocrinologist. Her GP was desperate to help but the system of deferring to the consultant and guidelines made this almost impossible. She recovered her health by working alongside her GP but outwith the established Endocrinology model. Gathering evidence for the petition reinforced that the treatment model for chronic diseases is failing many thousands of patients who go on to develop worsening health and a reliance on polypharmacy. She is optimistic that putting patients at the center of their treatment will help to change this, improving patient's health and enabling GP's to have more autonomy in the patient's care.

Xavier Cos
(Spain)
 

Mercedes Fernández

(Spain)

Mercedes Pérez Fernández. GP, specialist in Internal Medicine, Equipo CESCA, Madrid (Spain). President of the Ethical Committee of the Spanish Network of Primary Care, and NoGracias.

Odile Fernández

(Spain)

Odile Fernández. GP. Postgradute in preventive medicine and public health. Author of the book: "Mis Recetas Anticáncer: alimentación y vida anticáncer" ( My recipes anticancer: food and life anticancer). Survivor of stage IV ovarian cancer. She is working in the promotion of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of cancer. 

Aurora Rovira Fontanals

(Spain)

Aurora Rovira Fontanals (Barcelona, 1961). MD (UAB, 1985). Family physician since 1989, working in CAP La Pau (Barcelona) since 1992. Tutor of GP trainees since 1995. Member of Gender Violence network and Primary Care of CAMFiC. Member of Red-CAPS (female healthcare professional’s network).

Berta Garcia Arbol

(Spain)

Medical student at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Currently studying at the University of Alcalá in a national exchange program. Member of Farmacriticxs, a national project of International Federation of Medical Students Associations of Spain (IFMSA-Spain). Member of the organization committee of the second Farmacriticxs- NoGracias conference “Salut amb Seny” at Barcelona, 2011. One month clinical clerkship at Teresina, Brazil through an International Clinical Exchange Program of IFMSA. Member of Red-CAPS, a female healthcare professional’s network.

Juan Gervas

(Spain)

Juan GERVAS. GP, PhD. Equipo CESCA, Madrid (Spain). Honorary professor, public health, Autonomous University, Madrid. Visiting professor, international health, National School of Public Health, Madrid.

Raquel Gomez-Bravo
(Spain)
Dr Raquel Gómez Bravo is a Spanish young family doctor from Alhaurín el Grande Málaga, where she was graduated in 2004 (UAM). She made her Specialization in Family and Community Medicine in Madrid 2005-2009, being very in the Spanish Scientific Society of Family and Community Medicine SemFYC. Chief of Residents of Universitary of Hospital La Paz 2009-2010. Emergency Department of the University Hospital La Paz (Madrid, Spain) (June, 2009 to August 2012). Mentor of trainees: June 2010-August 2012. Teacher at Autonomous University of Madrid: “TAD de Medicina y Cirugía de Urgencias” during 3 years (Academic years 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012), specialize in communication skills and new technologies. Expert in Mental Health in Primary Care (University of Alcalá) 2009. European Expert in Quality Management in Health Care (AENOR) 2011. Nowadays she is the Spanish Representative Member in VdGM Europe Council. Coordinator of Beyond Europe Group in VdGM. VdGM Executive. Liaison with EURIPA and member of EURIPA Executive. Liaison with WWPWFM. Member of Family Violence Special Interest Group and actually working in her PhD about Gender Violence. 

Ángel González

(Spain)

Advertising practitioner with 30 years of experience, half of them in the Healthcare sector. He has been co-President of Publicis Healthcare Spain, heading the Madrid office by managing its change and bringing innovation to lead it to being “the reference of the market on a global scale”. Afterwards, he joined the Madrid office of Global Healthcare as partner and managing director with the responsibility of re-launching it onto the Spanish market. In January 2009, Angel set up Ideagoras, the first fully independent Social Media in Healthcare company established in Spain. He was the founder of #hcsmeuES, leading the tweet-chats during its first year.

Angelina González Viana

(Spain)

Registered Nurse at Barcelona University (1996) worked at cardiac units both in Catalan and English hospitals and for Doctors without Borders in Sierra Leone and Uganda in 2003-2004. MPH in 2005 at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona. Since 2007 I work at Catalan Public Health Agency. Involved on health promotion programs that connect primary health and municipalities into making easy the healthy options at local level as well as involved in impulsing community health projects in vulnerable areas of Catalonia.

Prof Amanda Howe

(UK)

Prof Amanda Howe was elected as WONCA President-Elect in Prague in June 2013. She will become the first woman to be WONCA President in 2016. She was elected RCGP Honorary Secretary in 2009. Prof Howe practices at the Bowthorpe Medical Centre in Norwich, England and has been Professor of Primary Care at the University of East Anglia since 2001. She has been deeply involved with WONCA since 2000, when she facilitated a workshop for their Working Party on Women and Family Medicine. She is on their Executive, chaired the group from 2007-2009, and hosted an international meeting at UEA in 2009. Prof Howe now serves on the newly created Equity Committee, is a member of WONCA Europe’s Bylaws Committee, and (also as part of her role as RCGP Honorary Secretary), often attends WONCA conferences in Europe and around the world to contribute relevant papers and promote the development of family medicine.
 

Sebastian Huter

(Austria)

Sebastian Huter is a medical student from Austria. He is writing his diploma thesis on "the role of the GPs as point of first contact in the Austrian health care system". As a member of the Austrian Medical Students' Association and the Austrian VdGM-membership organisation "JAMÖ" he participated in and coordinated various projects to advocate for better training in general practice, both during and after medical school.

Per Kallestrup

(Denmark)

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Laminu Kaumi

(Spain)

Laminu Kaumi M.D, ETM, MPH, is a final year Resident Doctor in Family and community medicine at Unidad docente Este Madrid, Spain. Graduated at the Latin American school of medicine, Havana with Honours Title (Gold Title, Titulo de Oro) and 7 Academic Awards. Working experience in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa related to global health, tropical medicine and volunteer activities. Presently undergoing a Masters programme in tropical medicine and international health at Universidad autonoma de Madrid. Active Member of the Cuban and Nigerian Medical association.

Oleg Kravtchenko

(Norway)

Born in 1963 to the family of Russian army officer. Graduated Moscow Medical Academy in 1986. Specialized in ENT-surgery at Central Postgraduate University, Moscow, and Eppendorf University, Hamburg. Practiced at the Central Clinical Hospital in Moscow until 1998 when moved to Norway. Studied at Oslo University and then practiced at the Nordland Central Hospital, ENT-dept. and later Ob.-Gyn. dept. Specialized as GP in 2002 and worked in rural practice in Meloey community, Nordland, until summer 2012 when became co-owner at the Fredensborgklinikken, Nordland. Works as a fulltime GP and is an Overseas Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, and Vice-President of EURIPA, WONCA. 

Joanne Lane

(UK)

Joanna Lane BA Hons (Oxon).Joanna’s son Chris committed suicide in 2008 at the age of 31. Since then she has been trying her best to raise awareness of neuroendocrine problems after brain injury, with such diverse consequences as getting the issue raised in an Early Day Motion in Parliament, and incorporated into the plot line of a Holby City episode.  She is very willing to speak on post-traumatic hypopituitarism (PTHP) to any audience, and welcomes emails from anyone who believes they may be affected by this condition. Her website is www.headinjuryhypo.org.uk. Before retirement she taught English as a Second Language. She is married with two surviving daughters and two small granddaughters, and lives in Surrey.

Frederic Llordachs i Marques

Frederic Llordachs

(Spain)

MD with MBA, specialiced in Healthcare Management and Marketing. Direct experience with healthcare insurance, and heathcare management, and interested in medical tourism, innovation in medical devices and new ICT-based healthcare services. Involved in start-ups, like Doctoralia (http://www.doctoralia.com), the global platform for healthcare search and accessibility, and other early stage projects

Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva

(Spain)

Associate Professor at School of Information and Communication Science Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) and researcher at Internet Interdisciplinary Institute. His research field is focused on Innovative Technologies and eHealth, among others.
He was a scientific Officer at Information Society Unit - European Commission to work on economic evaluation and modelling of Personal Health Systems.

Helena Legido-Quigley

(UK)

Helena Legido-Quigley, is a Lectuer in Global Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. She has conducted research on European health policy, quality of health care, health systems, chronic conditions, and migrant populations. Her latest research focuses on the impact of the financial crisis and austerity measures on health. Her work has been published in peer reviewed journals such as the Lancet, British Medical Journal and PLOS Medicine. It has also been widely covered in International media including the Economist, the Financial Times and Huffington Post.

Juan A Lopez-Rodriguez

(Spain)

Juan A Lopez-Rodriguez, MD, was born in Frigiliana (Malaga-SPAIN) and graduated from Malaga's University in 2009. He is currently a Primary Care Resident at the Madrid Center Multiprofesional Primary Care Teaching Unit and a member of the Working Group in Mental Health at the semFyC (main National Primary Care Society). He worked as an attending Physician in a Substance Misuse clinic and he owns a Master Degree in Psychopharmacology and Drug Abuse by the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. He is currently also a PhD fellow developing his thesis in the field of Addiction treatment tools for Primary Care with the use of social media and computer assisted programs treatments (conducted by Prof. Gabriel Rubio)

Job Metsemakers

(Netherlands)

 
Prof Job Metsemakers became in 2002 professor and chair of the Department of Family Medicine, at Maastricht University. At the international level, he has been active as consultant in health care reform in Eastern European countries, and in development of family medicine in Indonesia. He has been on the executive board of The European Academy of Teachers in General Practice and Family Medicine (EURACT), and currently is on the Advisory Board of the European General Practice Research Network (EGPRN). For the last six years (until June 2013) he was the Honorary Secretary of WONCA Europe. From 2010-2013 he served on the WONCA membership committee. He succeeded Tony Mathie (UK), in June 2013, to become President of WONCA Europe 2013-2016.
 
Frederick Miller (Spain) 

Frederick (Rick) Miller is a physician of Family and Community Medicine trained in the United States. He has spent the last 12 years working in both the US and Spain in medicine and community health. He is a founding member of the network AUPA, which comprises over 75 health centres in Catalunya that are doing community health projects, and was the Scientific Secretary for PACAP (Program for Community Health in Primary Care), of the Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine. Currently, he works in Barcelona for Advance Medical, a company that provides expert medical opinions to patients in remote areas of the world, and at Codman Square, a community health center in Boston, as a family physician.

Sergio Minue

(Spain)

 
Sergio Minué is a specialist in Family and Community Medicine and professor of Health Policy and Ethics Department in the Andalusian School of Public Health. At this moment he is Director of Innovation and Research in this institution. He is leading some research project related to clinical decision making in primary care, about diagnostic error, and he is working in some international projects about the impact of the economic crisis in health systems. Sergio carries out functions as semFYC representative in WONCA/CIMF. Member of the semFYC group in patient safety, he publishes two blogs ( “El gerente de Mediado” and "La cara Ve”).
@sminue
 
 Ernesto Mola (Italy)

Ernesto Mola is a family doctor in Lecce (South of Italy), representative of ASSIMEFAC and President Elect of the network of Italian Associations members of WONCA. He is involved in research and in the vocational training for family doctors as coordinator. He collaborated for the Leonardo Project, designed to involve patients in the management of their chronic conditions.

Agostinho Moreira de Sousa

(Portugal)

Agostinho Sousa is a sixth year medical student at the Abel Salazar Biomedical Sciences Institute (ICBAS) of the University of Porto, Portugal. He is now in his second term as Liaison Officer for Medical Education issues. He also serves as the student representative in the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) and in the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). His main responsibility is to work with all the external partners that are related to Medical Education.

Marco Noventa

(Italy)

Marco Noventa got his education at University of Padova where in 2002 he got graduated in Science and Agrarian Technologies and attended PhD courses in Michigan State University “management and improvement of animal genetic resources”.  He is responsible beef cattle nutritionist for one of the biggest Italian farmers association (AZOVE)  with more than 50000 heads. He follows all the phases of meat chain production, from selection and purchasing of animals, nutrition, formulation and production of feedstuffs and supplements, premixes and control of meat quality at slaughter houses.

 

Marie Ennis O'Connor

 

Nikos Papachristou

 

Tanja Pekez-Pavlisko

(Croatia)

Luisa Pettigrew

(UK)

Dr Luisa Pettigrew is a young family doctor in London. Whilst in VdGM (2008-2011) she coordinated the ‘Hippokrates’ international exchange programme, helping secure its first European Union funding grant. In parallel in the UK she helped establish the Royal College of General Practitioners' Junior International Committee to enable the future generation of family doctors in the UK to also further in international activities. In 2013 she was elected as a member at large to WONCA's executive board. Luisa has undertaken a Diploma in International Health (2003) and Master in Health Policy (2011). When possible Luisa has taken time to undertake voluntary work for various NGOs and health organisations in Argentina, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico and Mozambique. In addition she has undertaken work for the World Health Organization and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. 

Alba Riesgo

(Spain)

Alba Riesgo, MD, PhD, is a family physician who works in the emergency department of the University Hospital in Oviedo, a medium city in the North of Spain. She is working in research projects in emergency medicine, specially in cardiac acute care and acute stroke. She has participated in different multicentric studies about cardiac acute care in Spain and she has also published several papers about this topic in Spanish medical journals. She also has a lot of experience learning basic/advanced live support, she makes with her ESVAP program group (Enseñanza de Soporte Vital en Atención Primaria) many courses all over Spain. She is coordinator of the semFYC Working Group in emergency medicine (Spanish Society of Family Medicine).

Marta Sastre

(Spain)

Marta Sastre Paz is a young family and community doctor. She was traineed in Vallecas, a district in the south of Madrid. For the last two years, she’s been working in a Health Promotion Centre in Villaverde, also in the south of Madrid; nowadays, her work is more community work than individual consultations, working in Health Promotion Centre, CMS Villaverde - Madrid Salud - Ayuntamiento de Madrid. She’s member of PACAP (Community Activities in Primary Care Programm of semFYC) since 2008. “I believe in the need of engaging with the community, and try to be part of it, to promote health and reduce health inequalities.”

Martin Sattler

(Luxembourg)

Martin Sattler is a family physician working since 2010 in Luxemburg. He completed the GP training in Luxemburg and started the national VdGM group in Luxemburg in 2009. The medical studies he completed in various european countries as Germany, France, Sweden and Italy where her get in contact with the different health care systems and where started his special interest for primary care in europe and worldwide. Personal interests are beside promotion of primary care, alternative medicine and health politics, travelling, languages, sports, music and nature.

Martin Seifert

(Czech Repubblic)

Martin Seifert is a young GP in training from the Czech Republic, currently working in two general practices in Prague. He studied medicine in Prague and gathered his medical experience and skills mainly in the University Hospital in Prague, in Granada (Spain), Ufa (Russia), Jeruzalem (Israel), and Regensburg (Germany), where he worked more than two years in neurological rehabilitation. He has finished a 3-year course of study of traditional Chinese medicine and shiatsu, which he practices and continues to study. Dr. Seifert has additionally been studying and practicing therapeutic yoga in the Czech Republic, Spain, and Nepal for the last 12 years. He practices manual medicine of the famous „Prague school“ and he is in psychotherapeutic training focused on psychosomatics. He has volunteered in many foreign countries, such as Ghana, giving lessons about teenage pregnancy. He teaches as an external assistant at the Department of Family Medicine of Charles University in Prague.

Jordi Serrano Pons

(Spain)

Jordi is a General Practitioner and the founder of the UniversalDoctor Project, the main objective of which is to improve multilingual communication between health professionals and patients.
He is co-founder of Zero Mothers Die, a Global partnership Project using mobile health to improve maternal health.
He recently started working as a consultant to the WHO and TicSalut Foundation and collaborates very frequently with the Geneva Health Forum as advisor on Innovation and Health cited Forum (Forum of Global Health).
     

 

 

Preconference: #DesignThinking for Primary Care Workshop

Design Thinking is about believing we can make a difference, and having an intentional process in order to get to new, relevant solutions that create positive impact.
 
  • It’s human-centred: it begins from deep empathy and understanding of needs and motivations of people
  • It’s collaborative: several great minds are always stronger when solving a challenge than just one.
  • It’s optimistic: Design Thinking is the fundamental belief that we all can create change.
  • It’s experimental: it gives you permission to fail and to learn from your mistakes, because you come up with new ideas, get feedback on them, then iterate.
 
It has five phases that help navigate the development from identifying a design challenge to finding and building a solution.
 
The Five Phases of the Design Thinking Process
 
The Vasco da Gama Movement is developing a fantastic workshop that will enable you to learn firsthand how Design Thinking can be used to innovate in health and healthcare. During this workshop, teams will work together to explore and create solutions to real healthcare challenges.
 
Design Thinking #1
 
The participants will work on problems identified and will use the Design Thinking methods to gain a deep understanding of the problem and develop innovative ‘human-centred’ solutions (ie. solutions that truly meet the needs of users). Methods will include user-interviews, observation, brainstorming and rapid prototyping, with the aim of creating solutions that combine human desirability and usability with business viability and technological feasibility.
 
The workshop will take place in Barcelona just before the 1st #VdGMForum, on 7th February from 9am to 2.30pm. There is only a limited number of places for this workshop. The participation in the workshop will be free of charge. Medical students, other healthcare professionals, people from other professional background and patients are welcome to apply for a place.
 
The deadline for applications is Tuesday 7th January.
 
Design Thinking #2
 

Preconference: Satellite Meetup with the Health 2.0 Barcelona

Are you a technology enthusiast? Do you believe in the potential of technology that will lead to the Creative Destruction of Medicine? We are delighted to invite you to the Preconference Satellite Meetup with the Health 2.0 Barcelona!

Health2.0Bcn is an interdisciplinary group where professionals of the health sector join technology lovers with the aim to improve healthcare through the use of new technologies. Health2.0 wants to encourage projects related to health, developed by startups or individuals, offering them visibility, while inspiring others

This Preconference Satellite Meetup will be held on Thursday 6th February 2014 at 7pm, just a day before the #VdGMForum. A map to the location is available here. The participation is completely free, but we kindly ask you to register here in order to manage the resources that we need for this meetup.

 

The Programme includes:

 

  1. Presentation of the VdGM
  2. Introduction and overview of the latest trends in health2.0 by health2.0Bcn team
  3. Round table of local GPs who will tell us about the use of 2.0 technologies in their day to day, what's available out there and what's missing. 
 
Primary care represents a big market segment with special needs, that are not necessarily covered yet by the new technologies. Let's try to fill that gap. 
 
The confirmed family doctor panelists are:
  • Dra Mireia Sans 
  • Dra Dolors Ruiz  
  • Dra Adriana Bataller 
  • Dr Miguel Angel Mayer 
  • Dr Monica Moro 
  • Dr Jordi Serrano
 
We hope that this session will be a good occasion for startups to size the opportunities and needs of the primary care, and for primary care doctors to share their experience and best practices in order to spread the benefits of those technologies amongst their GP colleagues.

 

We would like to thank the organizers Aline Noizet, Frederic Llordachs, Jordi Serrano Pons and Sophie Park for their enthusiastic support and for making this meeting happen.

 

 

Exchange Programme

It is our pleasure to offer to all European GP trainees/junior GP visitors the opportunity to discover how GPs in and around Barcelona practice medicine, in the Conference Exchange in Barcelona, just before the first Pan European meeting for trainees and junior Family Doctors, the Vasco da Gama Movement Forum! Between 5-6th February, during the Conference Exchange, we will try to show you our art and science to be a doctor. Therefore, we offer 30 places for European visitors in primary health care urban or rural centres.
 
You will enjoy 2 days of rotation before the Vasco da Gama Movement Forum begins, which will be held in the city of Barcelona on 7th-8th February 2014. You can join us and be part of the social program we have prepared just to show the skills, knowledge, technology, art, languages, and awesome Barcelona which is always waiting for you. 
 
We have limited places (12) for those who want to stay in the home of one of our tutors/GP trainers colaborators. Some of them live in rural areas within 2 hours of Barcelona, others in the city of Barcelona.
 
Also, if you want to stay by your own in the city, we can help you to find cheap accomodation in a nice hostel with good transport communication and location.
 
We are working with great enthusiasm so that you can enjoy an unforgettable experience that will not disappoint you ! Please take a look also at the detailed schedule of the Exchange, by clicking here.
 
If you wish to participate in the exchange, please contact your VdGM National Representative.
 
The selection has finished ! Thank you to everyone who applied !
 

You can download the final social programme for the exchange by clicking here.

 
 
 

Place and Time

The Forum venue is the Collegi Oficial de Metges de Barcelona (www.comb.cat). Here is the venue on Google Maps: Map
The Forum will take place on 7th and 8th February 2014.
 

 

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Join the Facebook Event to be up to date on news - https://www.facebook.com/events/119640248206586

 

Twitter

Join the conversation! We will be tweeting with the #vdgmForum hashtag: http://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/vdgmforum/
 

Newsletter

You can download the Forum Newsletter here: Announcement Issue

 

 

Scientific Committee

 

a statement, it's a “once-in-a-lifetime adventure."

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The space-bound vino will be examined after twelve months against a control batch remaining on Earth to gauge how microgravity and space radiation affect the aging process. “Systems such as wine are at the center of chemo-physical research because of the involvement of thousands of components,” explains company spokeswoman Maryse Camelan. The mission is the first of six that Space Cargo Unlimited has scheduled over the next five years. Plants, yeast, and bacteria will leave the big, blue marble behind to begin studying the future of agriculture.

The mission’s advisor, wine scientist Dr. Philippe Darriet, mused in an interview with with Quartz that the unique environment of the ISS “could have a positive impact” on the wine. NASA’s own website claims knowledge gleaned from the mission could lead to the “development of tailor-made taste and smell components and enhancements for food products.”

It’s notable that when Ardbeg, a Scotch distillery, sent samples of their whiskey to space for a thousand-day orbit in 2011, they aged twice as fast in color and taste as their earthly equivalents. To be sure, the Bordeaux’s space-trip is just the latest episode in a history of astral libations.

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Shortly before taking humankind’s first steps on the moon, Buzz Aldrin radioed to NASA asking for a moment of silence, during which time he controversially snuck a sip of communion wine from a chalice he was gifted by his church. “In the one-sixth gravity of the moon, the wine curled slowly and gracefully up the side of the cup,” he wrote in 1970.

While NASA was quick to sweep the episode under the rug, the Soviets took a different tack. Not only were Russian cosmonauts rationed vodka and cognac, they were directed to regularly drink by space-program doctors. “We used it to stimulate our immune system and on the whole to keep our organisms in tone,” retired cosmonaut Alexander Lazutkin said in an interview.

The boozy allowance was still insufficient for one Igor Volk, who admitted to a clever scheme to smuggle (more) cognac and snacks into space. He and his partner fasted for a whole week before take-off, careful not to compromise the launch with excess weight. “When we were being dressed, we placed the bags in our spacesuits,” he told Russia Beyond.

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The name of the winery that produced the best Bordeaux in space has yet to be released, though company founders Gaume and Emmanuel Etcheparre have deep ties with the region’s wine industry. While it's likely a fine wine, the secret ingredient of space radiation might still need some marketing work.


          

Mixed fortunes for SSAs in euros

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Two SSA borrowers tapped the seven year part of the euro curve this week, but came away with different results. Luxembourg received an oversubscribed book for its deal on Wednesday, while Nederlandse Waterschapsbank (NWB Bank) had to price without fully placing its €1bn trade.
          

Luxembourg receives strong reception for first outing since 2017

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Investors warmly welcomed the return of Luxembourg to the bond market on Wednesday, allowing the sovereign to bring the spread in by 4bp during pricing. But it still offered a decent concession at the final level, according to bankers away from the deal.
          

Rare European sovereign issues as market watches for tightening

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Luxembourg is issuing a euro benchmark bond on Wednesday, for the first time for almost three years, setting out to raise €1.7bn with a zero coupon seven year bond. Other issuers are waiting to pounce if the European Central Bank's quantitative easing resumption creates the right conditions.
          

267: Autumn in Paris - What to Wear for Timeless Seasonal Style

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A stroll through the Jardin du Luxembourg or one of the many other jardins located about Paris as the many carefully groomed leafy trees turn orange, red and brilliant gold is a memory to savor for travelers who come from far and wide to visit the City of Light during the autumn season. Granted, most travelers wish to visit for many other reasons as well, but being dressed well for the season ensures the visit will be comfortable and help one to fit in well so as to best experience the city as it goes about its everyday business and routines.

Last month I shared Timeless Seasonal Style — Autumn in Britain — with the promise to share each season a capsule wardrobe to pack for both Britain and France. Today, specifically Paris is our focus.

To visit during autumn is for a select lucky few, and while I have only traveled abroad during this time of year once due to work restraints, I look forward in the future to more visits during this somewhat "off season". After all, from rain, to chilly temperatures, to stunning fall days complete with cobbled streets sprinkled with leaves, autumn in Paris encourages all the more slipping into cafes, museums, bistros and just soaking up Paris and Parisian life.

Let's take a look at what to pack for a comfortable visit for day and evening in Paris.

1.Sweaters

Paris can be quite cold when the right combination of dropping temperatures and whistling wind sweeps through, so having warmth, yet stylish warmth is a good idea. Depending upon how long you are visiting, pack one or two sweaters, at least one being oversized for wearing over slim jeans or trousers.

2. Scarves

Just about every person you will see in Paris, men and women will be donning a scarf that is functional and subtly (or sometimes not so subtle) chic and perfectly paired with their outfit. Pack a wool or cashmere scarf for layering with your coat as well as silk large square scarves for wearing with your outfit after the coat has been removed.

3. Opaque tights

Whether you prefer classic opaque black tights or what the French call collants fantaisie hosierie, tights with details in them, having a pair to keep your legs warm when you still want to wear a skirt or dress is a simple, yet necessary detail to have packed in your suitcase.

4. Ankle boots

Worn with pants, jeans or skirts and dresses, ankle boots are a go-to must-have for the fall season.

5. A Leather or Faux Leather jacket

Layering is the approach to ensure you have what you need to stay warm, but also look pulled together. A leather jacket is a versatile item pairing well for casual occasions as well as evening outings. Choose a color that works well with your wardrobe and skin tone, and don't feel you have purchase a black jacket. Shades of brown or grey are a wonderful neutral choice depending upon what you will be pairing with it.

6. Knee-high or Over-the-Knee boots

Depending upon your style, choose a boot shaft that is tall, but slender. Over-the-knee boots are quite en vogue at the moment and actually have been worn by style icons for years, those that had the aplomb to wear them. And wear them well they most certainly did. With more and more price points available, if you have a nice slim skinny jean or a skirt that is knee or just above the knee length, consider having some fun with this style. However, knee-high boots will always be in style and work well with all ages and wardrobes. If you are comfortable with a little bit of a heel, knowing you will be walking about in them a bit more than usual, go for a heel, but if not, keep them low or flat.

7. Skirts — day skirts that can transition

Knee length or just below the knee skirts are frequently seen on the streets of Paris. Depending upon your body's shape, choose a cut that flatters your figure, but is also versatile to pair with a sweater, your leather jacket as well as a nice blouse.

8. Jeans and/or pants

Whatever you feel most comfortable in and can dress up or down easily, pack two or three - jeans, pants or a mixture. Dark denim if you choose jeans and a color of pant that can be worn with at least two different tops you have brought with you.

9. A Trench coat and/or a Wool coat

Depending upon what time of the fall season you will be visiting, one or both of these coats is a good idea. Wool coats will be ubiquitous in the winter season, but there will still be warm and temperate days in early fall in which a trench would be perfect.

10. Loafers or sneakers

Sneakers are not a no-no anymore so long as they are not trainers. With a vast array of wardrobe sneakers to choose from at varying price points, find a color (white is popular, but it need not be the only neutral choice) that works best with the other items you have brought with you.

Loafers on the other hand can be quite comfortable as well and are perfect on those mild fall days in which letting your ankles meet the fresh air won't chill you at all.

11. A crossbody bag

As you will be walking quite a bit, even if it is simply to hop on the metro or hail a cab, having a handbag that is secure, yet a decent size without being overwhelming is a good idea. While pickpocketers are certainly something to be aware of, and a crossbody bag will help you keep your purse secure, choosing a bag that is just large enough for what you need is perfect for walking about as well as traveling to and from Paris. And since you are in France, why not choose a Polène Numero Un or Numero Un mini?

TSLL's 1st book dedicates an entire chapter to international travel, and specifically traveling to and about Paris. Here is an excerpt from the book on How to Master the Metro

12. A long-sleeve blouse

Choosing a blouse in a print (is always a simple way to make a statement with the other neutral items in your wardrobe) or a solid that pairs with at least two bottoms in your suitcase is a way to offer versatility for both day and evening.

13. One or two dresses

While your wardrobe will be dependent upon your itinerary and what you will be visiting and how you best prefer to enjoy the city, pack one or two dresses. Midi-length is quite popular right now and flattering to many different figures and ages. Depending upon how you most feel comfortable dressing up, make sure you have at least one nice evening outfit. If that is a dress, pack the dress that raises your confidence meter at least two notches. For day, choose a dress that allows you to move, sit, stand and still look wonderful.

Wearing what makes you feel your best, so much so that you can forget about your clothes and just enjoy being in Paris is possible when the wardrobe is thoughtfully compiled. These items should keep you warm, but also trés effortlessly chic. Finish with a scarf, and a curious heart and mind, and you will look absolutely stunning.

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