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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, March 30, 2015
NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with the Companies Act Cap
308 of the Laws of Barbados that the Directors of Sagicor Financial
Corporation ("the Company") have by resolution declared a final
dividend of 3.25 cents per share United States currency (US$) on the
outstanding Convertible Redeemable Preference Shares (Preference
Shares) in the capital of the Company for the year ended December
31, 2014 to be paid on May 15, 2015 to the Preference Shareholders of
record at the close of business on April 15, 2015.
NOTICE is further given that the Directors of the Company have by
resolution fixed the currency conversion rate of US$0.50 to BDS$1.00
for the payment of the final dividend in Barbados currency (BDS$) to
Preference Shareholders resident in Barbados.
Preference Shares will trade "ex div" from April 13, 2015. Only those
Preference Shareholders of record on April 15, 2015 will be entitled to
receive the final dividend.
Dated March 30, 2015.
By Order of the Board of Directors
Althea C. Hazzard
Sagicor Financial Corporation
NOTICE OF RECORD DATE FOR
PAYMENT OF FINAL DIVIDEND
ON CONVERTIBLE REDEEMABLE
PREFERENCE SHARES AND
CURRENCY CONVERSION FOR BDS$
MILWAUKEE---Stephen Curry scored
25 points, and the Golden State War-
riors clinched the top seed in the
Western Conference by pulling away
in the second half of a 108-95 victory
on Saturday night over the Milwaukee
Klay Thompson added 21 for Golden
State, which also set a franchise record
with its 60th victory of the season.
The Warriors hold a 10-game lead over
second-place Memphis in the West
with nine games left in the regular sea-
Khris Middleton had 14 points for
Milwaukee, which fell back under .500
at 36-37 after winning two straight.
BULLS 111, KNICKS 80
CHICAGO---Nikola Mirotic scored 24
points, Pau Gasol added 19 points and
12 rebounds, and Chicago handed New
York its franchise-record 60th loss.
A night after tying the team s pre-
vious single-season loss mark, the
Knicks dropped their seventh straight
and 14th in 16 games.
Jimmy Butler scored 18 for Chica-
go.The rookie Mirotic had another
strong game, finishing five points shy
of his career high. Gasol recorded his
league-leading 48th double-double as
Chicago won for the fifth time in six
The Bulls, who led by 20 at halftime,
fell four points short of their most lop-
sided victory of the season. They pulled
within two games of Central Division
leader Cleveland and moved 1 1/2 games
ahead of fourth-place Toronto in the
Andrea Bargnani led New York with
14 points and seven rebounds.
HORNETS 115, HAWKS 100
CHARLOTTE---Kemba Walker scored
21 points and Charlotte beat an Atlanta
team missing all five starters.
Gerald Henderson scored 20 points
on 9-of-10 shooting, and Mo Williams
hit four 3-pointers and had 18 points
as the Hornets snapped a three-game
Marvin Williams chipped in with 17
points for Charlotte (31-41), which
moved back within a game of eighth
place in the tight Eastern Conference.
Kent Bazemore scored 20 points and
Dennis Schroder had 17 points and 11
assists for the Hawks, who sat all five
starters one night after clinching the
top seed in the East playoffs.
DeMarre Carroll, Kyle Korver, Al
Horford and Paul Millsap were given
a night to rest, while Jeff Teague sat
out with a sprained ankle for Atlanta
(55-18). Bazemore, Mike Muscala, John
Jenkins and Elton Brand started along-
JAZZ 94, THUNDER 89
SALT LAKE CITY---Trey Burke scored
22 points off the bench to held Utah
rally from a 16-point deficit and beat
The Jazz needed extra offence with
Derrick Favors sidelined with back
spasms and Burke provided it.
The Thunder were poised for a
blowout as Russell Westbrook scored
13 first-quarter points and Oklahoma
City led by 16 early in the second quar-
ter. Utah quieted Westbrook and
outscored the Thunder 55-29 over the
next quarter and a half to take a 10-
point lead into the fourth.
Gordon Hayward scored 17 and Rudy
Curry leads Warriors to top seed in the West
Gobert added 13 points, 15
rebounds and four blocks.
Westbrook warmed back up in
the fourth and ended the night
with 37 points, six assists and eight
rebounds. Enes Kanter had 18 and
11 rebounds against his former
TRAIL BLAZERS 120,
had 32 points and 11 rebounds, and
Portland beat Denver for its third
Portland increased its Northwest
Division lead to 6 1/2 games over
second-place Oklahoma City,
which lost to Utah 94-89.
Aldridge shot 6 of 8 and scored
16 points during the third quarter
to help Portland increase a five-
point halftime lead to 86-78.
Arron Afflalo scored 21 points,
his Portland high since he was
acquired from Denver on Feb. 19.
Nicolas Batum added 15 points and
Chris Kaman 14 for the Blazers.
Jameer Nelson scored 22 and
Randy Foye 17 as Denver had seven
players reach double figures. (AP)
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, left, drives to the basket
against Milwaukee Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams during the
first half of an NBA basketball game Saturday. AP PHOTO
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