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Public hospital: a citizen referendum project for “a human and financial overhaul”
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Public hospital: a citizen referendum project for “a human and financial overhaul”

The French will soon be invited to vote on a "Total overhaul" from the public hospital? Emanating from the Inter-Hospitals and Inter-Urgences collectives, the association Notre hospital is launching a shared initiative referendum procedure (RIP) aimed at the adoption of a bill "To guarantee universal access to a quality public hospital service".The RIP makes it possible to impose on parliamentary scrutiny a text presented by at least one fifth of the deputies and senators, ie 185 parliamentarians, and supported by one tenth of the electorate, ie 4,717,396 people. As of June 3, 134 parliamentarians had already given their " agreement in principle ", according to Matthieu Lafaurie, infectious disease specialist at Saint-Louis hospital and spokesperson for the association N...
The challenge is to report transparently in an uncertain world to overcome the crisis
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The challenge is to report transparently in an uncertain world to overcome the crisis

The combination of complete, truthful, reliable and understandable financial information and the transmission of it with transparency to stakeholders by companies has so far been a fundamental instrument to generate confidence in the markets. But the profound transformations that have occurred in the last year and a half as a result of the impact of the coronavirus, the rapid penetration of digitization or the prominence that non-financial information has taken in the demands of the stakeholders They have built a new, more complex and demanding scenario crossed by the uncertainty that the adaptation of companies demands. That binomial formed by good information transmitted clearly has not changed. But the level of demand has, which has increased, as well as the challenges they face to ma...
CTS: Which entity pays the highest rate for this deposit?
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CTS: Which entity pays the highest rate for this deposit?

The Compensation for length of service (CTS) is a labor law that works like unemployment insurance. That is, a fund that will help you live while you get another job.When you enter a formal job, a CTS account must be created at some financial institution. This benefit is deposited twice a year, in May and November, and each installment constitutes half of your monthly salary.Each financial institution offers a different annual effective rate of return (TREA); that is, each bank or savings bank pays a higher or lower amount to keep its CTS in its coffers.The Superintendency of Banking, Insurance and AFP (SBS) has published a list where you can see which entity has the highest TREA, and choose the right one to save your money. Remember that it is your right to change your entity if you ...
Condusef alert for fraud with false financials;  they supplant institutions in Coahuila
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Condusef alert for fraud with false financials; they supplant institutions in Coahuila

The Condusef alerted the people of Coahuila, so that they are not victims of fraud and theft of personal information, due to the identity theft of two financial entities dedicated to the loan; one is located in Torreón and another in Saltillo.According to the National Commission for the Protection and Defense of Users of Financial Services (Condusef), it had a report from 11 financial institutions whose identity was impersonated.One of these 11 affected entities is “Tierra Productiva del Norte”, located in the Residencial Campestre La Rosita neighborhood, in Torreón.The other institution they impersonated is in Saltillo at 515 Ignacio Allende street in the downtown area and is called Empuje Económico, SA de CV, SOFOM, ENR, the impersonation is by an alleged unregistered company. !function...
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New Zealand Just Passed a Climate Change Law No Other Country's Dared to Tackle

New Zealand will force banks to reveal the impact their investments have on climate change under world-first legislation intended to make the financial sector's environmental record transparent, officials said.  Commerce Minister David Clark said the law would make climate reporting mandatory for banks, insurance companies and investment firms."Becoming the first country in the world to introduce a law like this means we have an opportunity to show real leadership and pave the way for other countries to make climate-related disclosures mandatory," he said.Clark said it would force financial institutions to consider the real-world impact their investments have on the climate and allow the public to gauge their performance."It is important that every part of New Zealand's economy is helping...