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Adil Bayyan 1955-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/adil-bayyan-1955-2022-news-sports-jobs/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 05:23:17 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/adil-bayyan-1955-2022-news-sports-jobs/ NEWARK, Delaware — Adil Bayyan, 67, a loving husband, father, grandfather, son and friend, returned to Allah on Saturday, October 15, 2022. Adil Bayyan was born in Youngstown, September 3, 1955, to Mary Ellen Bell Jackson and the late Franklin Jackson Sr. He was the middle of three brothers, Royal, Adil and Keith. In 1992 […]]]>

NEWARK, Delaware — Adil Bayyan, 67, a loving husband, father, grandfather, son and friend, returned to Allah on Saturday, October 15, 2022.

Adil Bayyan was born in Youngstown, September 3, 1955, to Mary Ellen Bell Jackson and the late Franklin Jackson Sr. He was the middle of three brothers, Royal, Adil and Keith.

In 1992 Adil married Tyrea White and together they created a loving home that has always welcomed family and friends into their beautiful blended family. With Tyrea by his side, Adil was a devoted father of 10 children, Torin, Raine, Jihad, Aneesa, Aaron, Hakim, Hassan, Khalil, Khaleb and Kailah.

Adil grew up in Youngstown and overseas in Germany, where his father, Frank, served in the military. At 11, Adil started playing the drums. This was the spark that led to his love of music and his career in the music industry.

At the age of 18, Adil moved from Youngstown to Jersey City, NJ to live with his cousins, Robert “Kool” Bell and Ronald “Khalis” Bell of Kool and the Gang. Following in the footsteps of his famous cousins, Adil, his brother Royal and his cousin Amir created the Forecast group. To earn money, Adil started working as a roadie for Kool and the Gang; however, his infectious optimism and ability to handle diverse personalities soon propelled him to road manager.

In 1988, one of the first indicators of Adil’s eye for talent was his discovery of Color Me Badd while on the road with Kool and the Gang in Oklahoma. The young band snuck into an event where Kool and the Gang was performing and gave an impromptu audition. Adil immediately recognized the potential of the group. As Color Me Badd’s manager, Adil orchestrated a series of collaborations, including his brother, Royal Bayyan, which led to their 1991 hit, “I Wanna Sex You Up,” and the rest is history.

In 1992, Adil started working closely with his best friend and business partner, Shamsud-Din Sharif. The duo’s expertise in the music industry included managing writers and producers, including The Messengers, who wrote songs for numerous artists, including Justin Bieber and Chris Brown. Adil’s strength as a manager and his sense of talent led him to discover some of the heavy hitters in the industry, including Solo, P!nk and Nasri Atweh (Magic!). He has also written and produced songs with Gloria Gaynor, Vanessa Williams and LaToya Jackson.

In 1997 Adil became the manager of Kool and the Gang and remained with the band until his death.

Adil was widely known as one of the good guys in the music industry. When Adil walked into a meeting, his smile lit up the room; everyone loved working with Adil. He cared about the people he collaborated with and his word was his bond. Adil was practical, honest and direct. If he ever had to give bad news, he would always say… “I have good news for you and bad news, which one do you want first?” The name of his management company was Str8-Hand Entertainment, and that described Adil’s style. Whatever the news, he always gave it to you directly and ended every briefing with the phrase “But the good news is…” Every conversation with Adil left you with a sense of optimism.

Despite his busy musical career, Adil was always on the lookout for something new. In 2005, he earned a construction management certificate from Temple University. Adil and Shamsud-Din have worked on construction, commercial and residential projects throughout Philadelphia, PA. The custom work they did was reflected in their motto, “Dream…Design…Build”. Their visions can be viewed at Harambee Institute Charter School; Southwest Leadership Charter School; and Math, Civic and Sciences Charter School. They take great pride in the design and renovation of Khadijah Alderman’s Funeral Home, Philadelphia’s first Muslim funeral home.

When his sons were young, Adil began martial arts training with them, receiving his black belt in Tae Kwan Do. In 2015 he began training with Sifu Keith Mazza and developed a mastery in the art of Wing Chun. He earned a dark brown belt, which made him a level six Wing Chun instructor. Adil also received a Level Three Instructor Certification in Stick Fighting from Kali.

Adil cared deeply for his family and close circle of friends. He was a wise counselor to his children and to anyone who needed encouragement and guidance. He had a practical solution for every situation. He was always rooting for you and never judged. As the son of his late father, Franklin, and his dear mother, Mary Ellen, Adil was the child every parent dreams of. To his father, he was faithful and loving. He ensured that the lives of his children were affected by the stewardship of their grandparents and forever cemented in his children the importance of keeping generations close. For his mother, Mary Ellen, Adil made sure she never lacked. She only had to say one word and Adil was always there to comfort her, laugh with her and fill her world with joy. Adil also had a particularly close relationship with his in-laws, the late Leon and Dorothy White, who treasured him.

There are no words to express how much this beautiful soul will be missed. Our time with him is over and we faithfully submit to the will of Allah. Adil was the heart of our family. As-salamu Alaikum our dear brother, father, husband, Pop-pop, uncle, cousin and friend. Your soul is at rest.

Adil was predeceased by his father, Franklin Jackson Sr.; her stepmother, Dorothy White; her stepfather, Leon White; and his cousins, Michael Bell, Ronald “Khalis” Bell and Wahid Bayyan.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Tyrea White Bayyan; his sons, Torin Griffin, Jihad Bayyan Jackson, Aaron Bayyan, Hakim Bayyan, Hassan Bayyan, Khalil Bayyan and Khaleb Bayyan; his daughters, Raine Bayyan (Chanstan Wright), Aneesa Bayyan and Kailah Bayyan; his mother, Mary Ellen Bell Jackson; his brothers, Royal Bayyan and Keith Jackson; his grandchildren, Maliyah Johnson and Amerie Harris, Nuri Bayyan, Azmn Bayyan, Nasir Bayyan, Jacob and Nathan Bayyan, Idris Bayyan and Anaysha Jones; his cousins, Robert Kool Bell, Amir Bayyan and Sharifah Bayyan; sister-in-law, Ashia James Bayyan; his dear friends, Shamsud-Din Sharif and Charles Salaam Hawkins; and a host of nieces, nephews and dear friends around the world.

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Female Delaware Bay horseshoe crabs have spared commercial fishing https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/female-delaware-bay-horseshoe-crabs-have-spared-commercial-fishing/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 21:45:19 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/female-delaware-bay-horseshoe-crabs-have-spared-commercial-fishing/ Cottrell of the Delaware Audubon Society supports the use of artificial horseshoe crab blood, which was developed as an alternative to harvesting horseshoe crabs for biomedical purposes. However, its use has not been considered in the United States “One of the goals of the environmental groups moving forward is to try to put pressure on […]]]>

Cottrell of the Delaware Audubon Society supports the use of artificial horseshoe crab blood, which was developed as an alternative to harvesting horseshoe crabs for biomedical purposes. However, its use has not been considered in the United States

“One of the goals of the environmental groups moving forward is to try to put pressure on those groups that are resisting conversion,” he said. “There is going to be a battle, because this industry is well funded. They have lobbyists who are influential.

A highly controversial change in the calculation of horseshoe crab harvests

Larry Niles, a biologist formerly with New Jersey’s Fish and Wildlife Division, said he’s glad females aren’t included in next year’s commercial harvest. However, he opposes the commission’s decision to adopt the new framework. Niles and other naysayers believe he is using data points that do not paint a complete picture of horseshoe crab health and overestimates crab and red knot populations.

The ASMFC reports that Delaware Bay horseshoe crab populations have steadily increased to 21.9 million males and 9.4 million females. However, Niles argues that egg density is a more important number. He and his colleagues at the Delaware Bay Shorebird Project found that the density of horseshoe crab eggs in Delaware Bay was around 7,000 eggs per square meter in May 2022. For comparison, eggs reached almost 50,000 per square meter in the 1990s.

“Egg densities haven’t improved since this agency started managing crabs,” Niles said, adding that “there are as many crabs dying as there are in the population.”

Project reports red nodes remained at historically low levels in 2022. Although the number has increased from 6,800 in 2021 to over 12,000 this year, it is less than half the peak number of 30,000 in 2019 – and a fraction of the peak population of over 94,000 in 1989. The US Geological Survey estimates that 40,000 to 50,000 red knots stop and feed each spring along Delaware Bay.

But Niles argues that the survey is flawed. He says it’s an overcount, as it includes birds flying overhead looking for food they may never find, rather than just birds stopping at the shore. to eat and successfully make their way to the Arctic to breed.

Proponents of the new framework say it’s more accurate than the previous one, in part because it’s based on empirical data collected directly from the Delaware Bay. In the previous setting, most of the information used to formulate the horseshoe crab population model came from Pleasant Bay, Massachusetts, because information from Delaware Bay was not available.

Volunteer Karen Longo holds a marked horseshoe crab during a population survey at James Farm Ecological Preserve in Ocean View, Del. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

The new framework also includes new data on mortality, including horseshoe crabs that die after being bled and released for biomedical purposes, and deaths caused by catches in other fisheries. This offers a better estimate of the number of crabs in the population, proponents say.

Another concern with the old framework is that if the horseshoe crab and red knot populations reached a certain threshold, the catch quota for females would automatically increase from zero to 210,000. Under the new method, the quotas will increase gradually if the abundance of female horseshoe crabs continues to increase.

The US Fish and Wildlife Service has endorsed the model, saying it uses the most advanced data.

“It reflects the best available science available to us today,” said Rick Jacobson, deputy regional director of the Fish and Aquatic Resources Conservation Service, after Thursday’s vote.

However, he added that in order to gain the public’s trust, it is important for the ASMFC to be more transparent.

“We are delighted that the commission has chosen to prevent the harvest of female horseshoe crabs…by preventing a harvest of female horseshoe crabs for 2023, it will give the public a further opportunity to explore this model to develop more self-confidence,” Jacobson said.

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Michigan football turns first-half scare into rout at Rutgers https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/michigan-football-turns-first-half-scare-into-rout-at-rutgers/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 03:05:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/michigan-football-turns-first-half-scare-into-rout-at-rutgers/ PISCATAWAY, NJ — If you needed a quality reminder of this Michigan football team, Saturday night should do the trick. The shorthanded Wolverines, reeling from a tunnel scrum last weekend that distracted and left two players injured, flipped the switch and turned a first-half scare into a 52-17 rout from Rutgers. And it all happened […]]]>

PISCATAWAY, NJ — If you needed a quality reminder of this Michigan football team, Saturday night should do the trick.

The shorthanded Wolverines, reeling from a tunnel scrum last weekend that distracted and left two players injured, flipped the switch and turned a first-half scare into a 52-17 rout from Rutgers.

And it all happened in less than six minutes early in the third quarter, when Michigan turned a three-point halftime deficit into an 18-point lead.

From there, Jim Harbaugh’s team closed the door. He scored three touchdowns in a few commercial breaks, aided by three interceptions and short pitches. Senior linebacker Michael Barrett had two of the interceptions, including one he returned for 31 yards for a touchdown.

Jim Harbaugh’s Wolverines entered Saturday with one of the best defenses in the nation, a unit that ranked in the top 5 nationally in nearly every statistical category. And despite a halftime streak, Rutgers hadn’t exactly filled in the stat sheet.

A blocked Brad Robbins punt and subsequent return earned the Scarlet Knights their first touchdown of the game, while a long, hard drive sent Rutgers into the half with a 17-14 lead.

After: Michigan missing four starters, DB Gemon Green uniformed at Rutgers

Red-zone woes had been talk on the Michigan field all week, and his coaches swore improvement was coming. The offense responded by scoring touchdowns on six of its seven inside the Rutgers 20-yard line, although a few were hairy.

It took Michigan six plays inside the red zone to score its first touchdown, including three plays from the 2-yard line and another five plays from the 7-yard line to hit it a second time.

Nonetheless, the 9-0 Wolverines got the job done – converting when they had the ball with favorable field position, calming the opposition for the time being.

Michigan quarterback JJ McCarthy finished 13 of 27 for 151 passing yards, throwing for two touchdowns. Running back Blake Corum rushed for a game-high 109 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries, his sixth straight game with 100+ yards rushing.

Donovan Edwards tied Corum’s run, rushing for 109 yards on 15 carries and three catches for 52 yards, including a 7-yard touchdown on Michigan’s third-quarter goal flurry.

The Wolverines were shorthanded in several areas on Saturday, a game played in front of a bustling crowd of 51,117 at SHI Stadium, mostly on offense. Starting tackles Trente Jones and Ryan Hayes didn’t travel with the team to New Jersey, nor did receiver Roman Wilson, whose absence opened the door to other opportunities elsewhere.

Ronnie Bell added two catches for 43 yards, while rookie Tyler Morris had a crucial 7-yard catch to convert a first down.

Rutgers made the most of their big plays in the first half, with redshirt freshman quarterback Gavin Wimsatt (14-29, 166 yards) converting throws from 37 and 48 yards, respectively. But the magic ran out in the second half, with Michigan’s Wimsatt completely overwhelming and an attack still going. He was sacked three times (defensive end Mike Morris led the way with 1 1/2 sacks), while freshman corner Will Johnson was involved in the first interception of his college career.

The Scarlet Knights totaled just 57 yards in the second half, while Michigan shut out their third consecutive opponent in the second half.

Kicker Jake Moody missed a pair of 50-yard field goals in the first half, contributing to Michigan’s halftime deficit, but added a 29-yard second half to help cap a 38-yard streak unanswered points.

Michigan hosts Nebraska next Saturday, Nov. 12, in Ann Arbor, the first of three regular season games remaining.

Learn more about Michigan football:

Behind the scenes as UM’s equipment staff hum the football team

Jim Harbaugh had a revelation after the tunnel attack. How will Michigan react?

For Michigan RB Blake Corum, patience pays off

Freshman CB takes on bigger role for Michigan football

UM investigates causes and solutions to Red Zone struggles

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Republic Bank opens new store in Broomall, Pennsylvania https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/republic-bank-opens-new-store-in-broomall-pennsylvania/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 14:58:56 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/republic-bank-opens-new-store-in-broomall-pennsylvania/ PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Republic First Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FRBK), the parent company of Bank of the Republicwill open a new store at 1998 Sproul Road in Broomall, PA on Saturday, November 5e. The new location, which features its signature bright glass building, is Republic’s third store in Delaware County. “We are […]]]>

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Republic First Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FRBK), the parent company of Bank of the Republicwill open a new store at 1998 Sproul Road in Broomall, PA on Saturday, November 5e. The new location, which features its signature bright glass building, is Republic’s third store in Delaware County.

“We are thrilled to expand our footprint and welcome new loyal customers to our newest store in Delaware County,” said Harry D. Madonna, Executive Chairman and Interim CEO of Republic Bank. “As we celebrate the opening of this store, we are committed to bringing our unparalleled customer service and convenient offerings to local businesses and residents of Broomall.”

Republic Bank invites everyone to join the festivities of its grand opening on November 5e from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees will enjoy food, kids crafts, face painting, music, giveaways and more. Alysa Bainbridge, Miss Pennsylvania 2022, formerly Miss Philadelphia 2019/2020, will be on hand for the inauguration ceremony at noon.

With every store opening, Republic Bank partners with local organizations to demonstrate its commitment to supporting the communities it serves. The bank will present donations to the Broomall Fire Company and the American Legion Post 805.

Republic Bank’s 35 stores offer convenient drop-in and drive-thru hours, giving customers unparalleled flexibility. The bank also offers a best-in-class secure digital experience, as well as absolutely free checks and ATM/debit cards issued on-site and access to more than 55,000 free ATMs worldwide through the Allpoint network. ™.

About the Bank of the Republic Republic Bank is the trading name of Republic First Bank. Republic First Bank is a full-service, state-chartered commercial bank, whose deposits are insured up to applicable limits by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The Bank offers diversified financial products through its 35 offices located in Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, Camden and Gloucester counties in New Jersey; Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania and New York County in New York. The bank also offers a wide range of residential mortgage products through its mortgage division. For more information about Republic Bank, visit myrepublicbank.com.

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Flights Jersey Blue Islands Eyes – Isle of Man https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/flights-jersey-blue-islands-eyes-isle-of-man/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 02:00:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/flights-jersey-blue-islands-eyes-isle-of-man/ The Channel Islands, the Channel archipelago near the French coast of Normandy, is home to a population of 171,000 and its local airline blue islandsis considering a direct connection between Jersey Airport (JER) and Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man (IOM). The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are both crown dependencies of the United […]]]>

The Channel Islands, the Channel archipelago near the French coast of Normandy, is home to a population of 171,000 and its local airline blue islandsis considering a direct connection between Jersey Airport (JER) and Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man (IOM).


The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are both crown dependencies of the United Kingdom, meaning they are self-governing. Currently, to travel between the two, flights are required via London or Birmingham. However, Blue Islands decided to ask for local feedback if the service is viable.

SIMPLEFLYING VIDEO OF THE DAY

Source: Blue Islands, via Facebook


Journey between the two dependencies

Companies were asked how often they travel between the two dependencies, given that currently, when connecting flights are required, it can take up a large part of the working day. Blue Islands Commercial Director Tom Barrasin said:

“Many businesses operate in Jersey and the Isle of Man. The survey is designed primarily to better understand business travel needs by collecting data on current behaviors and propensity to travel, to determine if a viable and sustainable route could be restored.

Current connections with the blue islands

Blue Islands operates a modest route map serving key destinations for Channel Island residents and businesses. First and foremost, connecting the islands of Guernsey (GCI) and Jersey, then connecting the two airports at Southampton (SOU).

The other destinations are Dublin (DUB), Bristol (BRS), Exeter (EXT), Birmingham (BHX), East Midlands (EMA), Norwich (NWI) and the new French destination Rennes (RNS).

Through its codeshare partnership with Loganair (LM), destinations to the north are also offered with connections in Southampton, to Newcastle (NCL), Glasgow (GLA) and Edinburgh (EDI).

Source: Blue Islands

A slice of Channel Island history

Given the unique location of the Channel Islands, air travel is a key connection for those traveling to the UK mainland. Blue Islands offers quality connections from Jersey, while Alderney offers most services from Guernsey.

The history of Blue Islands dates back to 1999under another name, Le Coq Airlink, operating Britten Norman Islanders, at this stage he was only concentrating on freight from Bournemouth to Alderney Island (ACI). Passengers were finally welcomed on the road in 2002.

Fast forward a year, and the airline was then carrying over 20,000 passengers a year, renaming itself Rockhopper. In February 2006, the airline changed its name again to Blue Islands, and has seen continued growth, carrying over 65,000 passengers across the islands that year. The airline then began to focus on destinations in Britain and continental Europe.

In 2009 the airline decided to operate only the ATR, and 2016 the carrier became a franchise partner of Flybe, grew in size and reached 415,000 passengers that year. Next Flybe’s collapse, Blue Islands regained control of its network and went from strength to strength.

Sources: Jersey Evening Post, Manx Radio

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New Jersey lender bets big on funding life insurance premiums https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/new-jersey-lender-bets-big-on-funding-life-insurance-premiums/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 17:34:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/new-jersey-lender-bets-big-on-funding-life-insurance-premiums/ Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corp. in Bedminster, New Jersey, has high hopes for the life insurance premium financing division it launched this month. Greg Smith, president of commercial banking at Peapack-Gladstone, with $6.2 billion in assets, said he believes the fledgling unit will become one of the company’s main business lines. company in four to six years, […]]]>

Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corp. in Bedminster, New Jersey, has high hopes for the life insurance premium financing division it launched this month.

Greg Smith, president of commercial banking at Peapack-Gladstone, with $6.2 billion in assets, said he believes the fledgling unit will become one of the company’s main business lines. company in four to six years, and that its impact on the balance sheet should begin to appear. in 2023.

Financing life insurance premiums involves lending money which the borrower then uses to pay for the life insurance. It is more common among executives and wealthy individuals who take out large policies and prefer to take advantage of high premium costs rather than pay out of pocket.

Anthony LoScalzo, who will serve as senior managing director and chief operating officer of the new division, said his minimum loan size would be $100,000 to $200,000, with the average expected to be between $500,000. $ and $800,000.

LoScalzo and Raymond Kim, who will lead the division as senior managing director and president, made multimillion-dollar loans to Wintrust Financial in Rosemont, Ill., where the two executives worked before Peapack-Gladstone took them out. recruits. Wintrust, an industry leader, reported $8 billion in life insurance premium finance loans on Sept. 30.

Raymond Kim (left) and Anthony LoScalzo have joined Peapack-Gladstone from Wintrust Financial to launch its life insurance premium finance business.

How big can Peapack-Gladstone’s business grow? Primis Financial Corp. in McLean, Va., announced it will enter life insurance premium financing in October 2021. Nearly a year later, at the end of the third quarter on September 30, assets of $3.3 billion Primis had built a portfolio of $129 million. life insurance premium financing loans. Peapack-Gladstone is planning production on a similar or larger scale, according to Smith.

“We’re going to slow down in the fourth quarter [but] it’s definitely going to grow exponentially next year,” Smith said of the life insurance premium finance division.

Once operational, Peapack-Gladstone’s life insurance premium finance division will operate nationwide “and [management] has the integrated back-office infrastructure in place to support this effort,” wrote David Bishop, who covers Peapack-Gladstone for Hovde, in a research note.

Although there are currently not many banks involved in this area, it is becoming increasingly crowded as institutions recognize the potential benefits, according to Kim.

Truist September 6 agreement for BankDirect Capital FinanceTexas Capital Bancshares’ premium finance arm in Dallas, was driven in large part by the Charlotte, North Carolina-based giant’s desire to expand into life insurance premium finance.

For Peapack-Gladstone, the appeal of life insurance premium financing is its relatively high lending rates, currently around 6% according to Smith, as well as the low level of risk involved.

“I’m not going to say ‘almost nothing,’ because I’m going to hurt myself, but I think our reserve is eight basis points,” Smith said. “Most of these deals are secured by cash-value life insurance and some form of exchange-traded securities. We are effectively almost 100% secured.”

Strategically, booking a significant amount of life insurance premium loans, as Peapack plans to start doing next year, will go a long way to diluting the company’s still high concentration of commercial real estate loans. , Smith added. As of June 30, multifamily and CRE loans made up 49% of the company’s $5.15 billion asset loan portfolio.

Premium funding seems to fit perfectly with Peapack-Gladstone’s existing business model. Under the leadership of Douglas Kennedy, CEO, the firm has established a reputation as a high-performing boutique bank, specializing in small and medium business lending, as well as wealth management. Peapack-Gladstone had $9.5 billion in assets under management as of June 30.

It’s “a line of business that presents natural synergies and cross-selling opportunities with the bank’s wealth management, high net worth and CRE clientele,” Hovde’s Bishop wrote in its research note.

Funding life insurance premiums is “a natural cross-sell” for Peapack-Gladstone’s long list of homeowners with large assets but relatively little cash, Smith said. “It is also a great tool for estate planning for our wealth subsidiary”, Peapack Private Wealth Management.

A product aimed almost exclusively at senior executives and wealthy entrepreneurs, premium financing requires the kind of high-end service that Peapack-Gladstone has a reputation for providing, Kim said.

“They are very wealthy individuals,” Kim said. “These are very sophisticated customers who deserve the quality service that Peapack-Gladstone is known for.”

LoScalzo described life insurance premium funding as “a very relationship-based business. … You have to be able to hold hands a bit. You have to make people feel good, make people feel love. It’s something I’ve always strongly believed in.”

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NJ man, 20, killed after being dragged on NYC subway https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/nj-man-20-killed-after-being-dragged-on-nyc-subway/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 15:06:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/nj-man-20-killed-after-being-dragged-on-nyc-subway/ A 20-year-old New Jersey man was killed in New York on Monday when he was dragged onto a subway after one of his clothes or his school bag got stuck in the train door, authorities said. Joseph Ancona, of Westwood, was running to catch a southbound No. 1 train at Columbus Circle around 4:55 p.m. […]]]>

A 20-year-old New Jersey man was killed in New York on Monday when he was dragged onto a subway after one of his clothes or his school bag got stuck in the train door, authorities said.

Joseph Ancona, of Westwood, was running to catch a southbound No. 1 train at Columbus Circle around 4:55 p.m. when the doors closed and the object was grabbed, New York City Police Department officials said. York.

“The victim was then dragged and kicked by the train,” the NYPD said. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which runs the subway system, said the incident was a “terrible accident that did not involve criminal activity”.

“Our hearts go out to his family, the rail operator and the passengers who witnessed this tragedy,” said New York City Transit President Richard Davey. “We will tackle the cause and learn any lessons that may emerge because there is no higher priority than safety.”

Ancona worked as a member of the Metropolitan Opera’s stage crew, according to NYDailyNews.com.

A 2021 graduate of Westwood High SchoolAncona was a member of the golf team for four years.

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What We Learned at Exhibition Wins CBU https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/what-we-learned-at-exhibition-wins-cbu/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 22:52:30 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/what-we-learned-at-exhibition-wins-cbu/ DeAndre Williams, always lively, heart on his sleeve memphis basketball player, looked around in disbelief. He had just missed consecutive shots under the basket in the mainly contested first half against Christian Brothers University in exhibition action on Sunday. Williams’ first shot and subsequent two attempts just didn’t go wrong, and Williams couldn’t believe it. […]]]>

DeAndre Williams, always lively, heart on his sleeve memphis basketball player, looked around in disbelief.

He had just missed consecutive shots under the basket in the mainly contested first half against Christian Brothers University in exhibition action on Sunday. Williams’ first shot and subsequent two attempts just didn’t go wrong, and Williams couldn’t believe it.

It was the on-court embodiment of what any observant person was probably feeling for most of the contest. A hard-playing CBU group did their best not to give the Tigers an inch, doing most of their damage from beyond the 3-point line (where they finished 8-for-20).

But Memphis emerged victorious, 69-60, in its first dress rehearsal of the season. Here are five takeaways from the game.

Kendric Davis

Memphis Tigers guard Kendric Davis (3) handles the ball against Christian Brothers guard Nmeso Nnebedum (2) during the first half at FedExForum on Sunday.

A familiar face, having spent the past three seasons wreaking havoc on the AAC as SMU’s elite point guard, Kendric Davis has lived up to his reputation as a difference maker.

The reigning AAC Player of the Year dropped 22 points to lead the Tigers. He focused on executing a mix of 3-point shooting and inside-the-paint damage. He had more success with the latter. Davis missed all five 3-point attempts but was particularly effective driving to the basket, making five of his seven field goal attempts inside the arc.

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Amarin names Adam Berger and Geraldine Murphy to board https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/amarin-names-adam-berger-and-geraldine-murphy-to-board/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 20:30:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/amarin-names-adam-berger-and-geraldine-murphy-to-board/ Lars Ekman and Patrick O’Sullivan will retire from the Amarin Board of Directors at the end of the year New independent directors bring significant international experience in healthcare and finance Seventy-five percent of new independent directors appointed in the last twelve months Amarin continues active board refresh program DUBLIN, Ireland and BRIDGEWATER, NJ, Oct. 20, […]]]>

Lars Ekman and Patrick O’Sullivan will retire from the Amarin Board of Directors at the end of the year

New independent directors bring significant international experience in healthcare and finance

Seventy-five percent of new independent directors appointed in the last twelve months

Amarin continues active board refresh program

DUBLIN, Ireland and BRIDGEWATER, NJ, Oct. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Amarin Corporation plc (NASDAQ:AMRN) today announced the appointment of Adam Berger and Geraldine Murphy as independent members of the Board of administration of the company, with immediate effect. The company also announced that, in connection with their planned retirements, Lars Ekman, MD, Ph.D and Patrick O’Sullivan, directors of Amarin since 2008 and 2011, respectively, will step down from the board, effective of the end of the year. . With these changes, Amarin’s board will remain comprised of eight directors, seven of whom are independent and five were appointed over the past year as part of the board renewal process which aims to add international experience to support the company’s global expansion efforts.

“We are delighted to appoint two highly respected, results-driven leaders with proven track records in healthcare and finance,” said Per Wold-Olsen, Chairman of Amarin’s Board of Directors. “Today’s appointments represent further progress in our ongoing board refresh program, which advances the collective expertise of our board and ensures we have the right skills to support Amarin’s new strategic priorities. As Amarin continues to refocus and execute its global strategic plan, we are confident that Geraldine and Adam will bring important insights and expertise that will add significant value to the company as we work to drive value for the shareholders.

Mr. Wold-Olsen continued: “On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, I would also like to express our deepest gratitude to Lars and Paddy for their leadership, tenure and dedication to the Amarin Board. . We thank them for their significant contributions to Amarin over the years.”

Mr. Berger has over three decades of experience in M&A-focused investment banking. He has advised over 180 announced M&A transactions, primarily in the healthcare sector, totaling over $400 billion in value and has significant experience in capital markets transactions and value creation for investors. company shareholders. Mr. Berger also brings a unique perspective and skill set as former Chairman of Wells Fargo’s Investment Banking Opinion Committee.

Ms. Murphy brings over 30 years of experience as a healthcare company executive in key business areas including manufacturing, supply chain, profit and loss management and business strategy. . Ms. Murphy has a strong focus on people and organizational development, which will be of great value to Amarin and the Amarin Board.

About Adam Berger

Mr. Berger is currently the Managing Partner of Three Peaks Partners, where he provides financial advisory services to healthcare companies. Mr. Berger has advised on a wide range of corporate mergers and acquisitions, including domestic and international healthcare transactions. He has worked with and advised CEOs, Boards of Directors and Board Committees on various aspects of deals, including deal strategy and tactics, deal structure, terms and business exploration. strategic alternatives.

Prior to Three Peaks Partners, Mr. Berger was Managing Director and Head of Healthcare M&A at Wells Fargo Securities. He also served as chairman of Wells Fargo’s investment banking opinion committee, leading a group of senior M&A bankers to review the firm’s most sensitive M&A transactions, including determining corporate valuation policies and guidelines and evaluating the potential issuance of fairness opinions.

Prior to joining Wells Fargo in 2011, Mr. Berger led the healthcare M&A effort at Citigroup and led Leerink’s M&A group, having worked for many years at the Salomon Brothers mergers and acquisitions group. Mr. Berger has advised many leading companies in the healthcare sector.

About Geraldine Murphy

Ms Murphy – an Irish national – is currently a founder and managing partner of Evolution-Partners, where she provides strategic advice to management teams as they evolve through times of significant transformation and change to support revenue growth and profits. Ms. Murphy is an accomplished biopharmaceutical industry leader with a demonstrated ability to deliver exceptional results in complex and highly regulated environments. She has over 30 years of pharmaceutical leadership experience in key business areas including manufacturing, supply chain, profit and loss management, business strategy development and business transformation.

With a background in science and business and a deep understanding of governance and regulatory environments in the pharmaceutical sector, Ms. Murphy has demonstrated strong collaboration and influencing skills by participating in large-scale pan-European projects requiring a consensus and alignment among multiple stakeholders. Ms. Murphy has led international operations in the UK, Europe, Canada and Australia, delivering significant revenue and profit growth while building key partnerships with regulatory stakeholders, customers and employees. Ms Murphy is a former member of the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (2009-2012) and the negotiating team that secured a landmark 4 year supply agreement with the Department of Health. She is a former member of the Association of British Pharmaceutical Industries (ABPI) DoH Supply Agreement Reference Group (2013).

About Amarin

Amarin is an innovative pharmaceutical company at the forefront of a new paradigm in the management of cardiovascular disease. From our scientific research base, to our focus on clinical trials, and now to our global business expansion, we are evolving and growing rapidly. Amarin has offices in Bridgewater, New Jersey in the USA, Dublin in Ireland, Zug in Switzerland and other countries in Europe, as well as business partners and suppliers worldwide. We are committed to rethinking cardiovascular risk by advancing scientific understanding of the societal impact of significant residual risk that exists beyond traditional therapies, such as statins for cholesterol management.

Availability of other information about Amarin

Amarin communicates with its investors and the public using the company’s website (www.amarincorp.com) and the Investor Relations website (investor.amarincorp.com), including, but not limited to, investor presentations and FAQs, Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) filings, press releases, public conference calls and webcasts. Information posted by Amarin on these channels and websites could be considered material information. Accordingly, Amarin encourages investors, the media and others interested in Amarin to regularly review the information posted on these channels, including the Investor Relations website. This list of channels may be updated from time to time on the Amarin Investor Relations website and may include social media channels. The contents of Amarin’s website or such channels, or any other website accessible from its website or such channels, shall not be deemed incorporated by reference in any filing under the Securities Act of 1933.

Forward-looking statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of United States securities laws. These forward-looking statements are neither promises nor guarantees and involve substantial risks and uncertainties. A list and description of such risks, uncertainties and other risks associated with an investment in Amarin may be found in Amarin’s filings with the SEC, including Amarin’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2021 and the Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2022. Existing and potential investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date to which they are made. Amarin undertakes no obligation to update or revise any information contained in its forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or circumstances or otherwise. Amarin’s forward-looking statements do not reflect the potential impact of material transactions that the company may enter into, such as mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures or any material agreements that Amarin may enter into, modify or terminate.

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