Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 6th 2015 Contents A8
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, March 6, 2015
6.1000 6.1946 6.3433
4.7601 5.0106 5.2862
8.9804 9.4530 9.9634
6.5081 6.8506 7.2274
****** 0.0516 0.0547
2.0886 2.2702 2.4291
* 2.5400 ****** 3.2355
for MARCH 5TH, 2015
Professionally Managed Mutual Funds
623-9091 ext. 2440 firstname.lastname@example.org
You too can be the successful investor!
Investments in the funds are not deposits and accordingly are not insured by the Deposit
Insurance Corporation, nor guaranteed by the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, First
Citizens, any of its subsidiaries or any person or corporation.
The relevant prospectus should be read carefully before investing. Prospectuses are available
on our website, www.firstcitizenstt.com or upon request at First Citizens branches.
Mar 4, 2015
FIXED INCOME FUND
As at Mar 4, 2015
INCOME & GROWTH FUND
Law Association president Seenath Jairam, SC,
is going up against Reginald Armour, SC, and is
seeking re-election to the post when the associa-
tion s elections are held on March 20.
The notice of the association s election was issued
yesterday. It will be held at the Convocation Hall of
the Hall of Justice.
The notice confirmed posts unopposed are vice-
president (Gerry Brooks) and treasurer (Lydia Men-
The meeting will also confirm several people elected
as ordinary members of the association s council and
to invite nominations from the floor and elect one
further senior ordinary member.
Those elected are Ronnie Bissessar, Ravi Heffes-
Doon, Soraya Nanan, Joan Byrne, Nadine Nabbie,
Lynette Seebaran-Suite, Hyacinth Griffith, Lesley-
Ann Lucky Samaroo and Natasha Lamy-Ramsden.
Last week s diesel contamination in the Caroni
Water Treatment Plant was an isolated incident.
This was announced yesterday in a release from
the Environment Management Authority (EMA).
"With respect to identifying the source of the con-
tainment, the ERI (Emergency Response and Inves-
tigations) meticulously examined areas upriver for
traces of contamination from on land.
"Investigations revealed that the source did not
continuously release the substance into the river as
the riverside vegetation and mouths of drains emptying
into the river did not display any visible evidence of
contamination," the release added. On February 25
residents of central Trinidad reported a kerosene-like
smell coming out of their water supply.
Armour vs Jairam for law body head
EMA: Caroni water pollution
was an isolated incident
Attendees are also expected to confirm as
elected junior ordinary members of council
Shankar Bidaisee, Trevor Clarke, Cindy F
Daniel, Robert Vincent Charles, Kirk Ben-
gochea, who are all unopposed.
Members will cast ballots at the San Fer-
nando High Court and Scarborough High
Court. The association stated lawyers can
tune in to discussions at the annual general
meeting via video conferencing but will be
unable to contribute to the discussions at
the Hall of Justice due to one way audio-
The council recently came under fire from
members following the release of a statement
in January calling for then attorney general
Anand Ramlogan to resign following wit-
ness-tampering allegations by Police Com-
plaints Authority Director David West. Sub-
sequently Ramlogan resigned on February
3. Former association secretary Donna Prowell
had criticised the association s executive for
not consulting members.
Attorney Wayne Sturge said he had
received signatures of 25 members, which
would have allowed for a special meeting to
discuss the matter. That was put on hold.
Sturge said members may wait until a new
executive was installed to deal with the West
The upcoming meeting will also
consider the report of the association's
committee to consider elevation of
Senior Counsel. On the agenda as well
is a resolution calling for immediate
repeal of Section 4 of the Finance Act
(2015) which increased the limit of the
Petty Civil Court from $15,000 to
Links Archive March 5th 2015 March 7th 2015 Navigation Previous Page Next Page