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first_imgMaking sure food gifts are handled properly can mean that illness is avoided this holiday season. For more information on holiday food safety, contact your University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Family and Consumer Sciences agent at 1-800-ASK-UGA1 or visit extension.uga.edu. Gifts of food to friends and family are common during the holidays.To help both the gift-giver and the gift-getter keep these foods safe: The gift-giver should check with the company he/she plans to order from to see if a perishable food that needs refrigeration to stay safe will be shipped with a cold source and will be packed in a way to ensure it stays cold or frozen. The gift-giver should also check on delivery. Ideally, perishable food should be delivered as quickly as possible, preferably overnight. Check to see if perishable items will be clearly labeled “Keep Refrigerated” on the package, so that the recipient knows to open and refrigerate it immediately. The gift-giver should check with the gift recipient to be sure they will be at home for delivery before the order is placed. Let the recipient know a gift is on its way. Check items received as gifts that are marked “Keep Refrigerated” to be sure they are frozen, partially frozen with ice crystals remaining or are at least refrigerator cold. Items should be 40 degrees Fahrenheit or colder when they arrive. If perishable food arrives warm or above 40 F as measured with a food thermometer, notify the company. Do not taste or eat the food. last_img read more

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Wednesday people roundup

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first_imgDanske Bank/Danica Pension, The Investment Association, RPMI Railpen Investments, Mercer, Buck Consultants, New City Initiative, Candriam Investors Group, Itaú UK Asset Management, Legal & General Pension Risk Transfer, Aon Hewitt, Macquarie Investment Management, HSBC Global Asset Management, Schroders, Rogge Global PartnersDanske Bank/Danica Pension – Tonny Thierry Andersen has been named director in charge of the newly formed Wealth Management division at Danske Bank. The bank decided in November to group its pension savings business and asset management operations into the single business unit, which officially began to exist at the beginning of this month. Danica Pension, Danske Capital and part of Danske Bank’s private banking activities are being included within Wealth Management, which will have more than DKK900bn (€121bn) in assets under management. Andersen took temporary charge of the new unit from November in addition to his responsibilities as head of the private banking division. He was head of personal banking since 2012 and will continue in this role alongside his new permanent job until a replacement has been found. Andersen has worked at Danske Bank since 1999 in different leadership roles, including CFO, and will remain as a member of the group board of directors, which he has been since 2006.The Investment Association (IA) – Chris Cummings has been appointed chief executive. He succeeds Daniel Godfrey, who left the IA in October 2015. Guy Sears has served for the past five months as interim chief executive during the search process. After spending seven years as director general at the AIFA, the trade body for financial advisers, Cummings launched TheCityUK in June 2010. He is expected to join by the end of the third quarter of 2016.RPMI Railpen Investments – Frank Curtiss, head of corporate governance, is to retire. He has had a number of roles over the years at Railpen, including working on private equity and later taking on responsibility for custody of assets, risk management and internal audit. His activities will be taken over by Deborah Gilshan, head of sustainable ownership, and her team. Mercer – Robert Evans has been appointed as a principal on the Innovation, Policy and Research team in Mercer’s Retirement business. He joins from Buck Consultants, where he was part of the senior team. Before then, he worked at Towers Perrin in the UK.New City Initiative – The association of 50 independent asset management companies from the UK and the Continent has appointed Jamie Carter as deputy chairman. Carter is also chief executive and one of the founding partners of boutique Oldfield Partners.Candriam Investors Group – Andreas Wenk has been appointed head of global financial institutions. He joins from Itaú UK Asset Management, where he was head of wholesale and institutional for Europe. He will be based in Candriam’s subsidiary in Germany.Legal & General – L&G’s Pension Risk Transfer business has appointed Matt Wilmington has director of strategic transactions. He joins from Aon Hewitt, where he was responsible for pension risk-management work across markets outside the UK, among other things.Macquarie Investment Management – David Derger has been appointed head of Nordic sales. He joins from HSBC Global Asset Management, where he spent five years as a sales manager for the Nordic region. He has also worked as an investment consultant at Wassum.Schroders – James Lindsay-Fynn has been appointed as a portfolio manager, focusing on rates and currencies, with the Fixed Income Global Multi-Sector team. He joins from Rogge Global Partners, where he was a partner and a global macro portfolio manager specialising in interest rates and currencies for global portfolios.last_img read more

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