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Sagicor Financial Corporation
NOTICE OF RECORD DATE FOR
PAYMENT OF FINAL DIVIDEND
ON COMMON SHARES AND
CURRENCY CONVERSIONS FOR
BDS$, TT$ AND GBP
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 2 cents per share United States currency
(US$) on the outstanding Common Shares in the capital of the Company for the year
ended December 31, 2014, to be paid on May 15, 2015 to the Common Shareholders
and Depositary Interest Holders of record at the close of business on April 15, 2015.
NOTICE is further given that the Directors of the Company have by resolution fixed:
(1) The currency conversion rate for the payment of the final dividend in Barbados
currency (BDS$) to Common Shareholders resident in Barbados of US$0.50 to
(2) A Currency Conversion Record Date of April 15, 2015 for the purpose of
determining the conversion rate for the payment of the final dividend in:
(a) Trinidad and Tobago currency (TT$) to Common Shareholders resident
in Trinidad and Tobago, such currency conversion to be calculated as the
average of the exchange selling rate of the US$ to TT$ as published by the
Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago at the close of business on the five
business days immediately preceding April 15, 2015, and
(b) Pounds Sterling ("GBP") to Holders registered on the Depositary Interest
Register maintained by the Company in the United Kingdom, such currency
conversion to be calculated as the average of the spot exchange rate of the
US$ to GBP as published by the Bank of England at the close of business on
the five business days immediately preceding April 15, 2015.
Common Shares will trade "ex div" from April 13, 2015. Only those Common
Shareholders and Depositary Interest Holders 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
CLEVELAND---Andrew Harrison made
two free throws with 6 seconds remaining,
and top-ranked Kentucky kept its unbeaten
season and national college title hopes
intact with a 68-66 victory over Notre
Dame on Saturday night in the Midwest
The Wildcats (38-0) advanced to the Final
Four in Indianapolis next week, where they
will meet top-seeded Wisconsin, the West
The third-seeded Fighting Irish (32-6)
came within seconds of shocking the tour-
nament s overwhelming favorite. Notre Dame
wasn t done until Jerian Grant s double-
clutch 3-pointer from the left corner was
Kentucky, which had one other two-point
game this season, is two wins from becoming
the first undefeated champion since Indiana
in 1976. Karl-Anthony Towns scored 25
points for Kentucky, which trailed for most
of the second half.
Zach Auguste scored 20 points, Steve
Vasturia added 16 and Grant had 15 for the
Fighting Irish, who were playing in their
first regional final in 36 years.
At Los Angeles, Frank Kaminsky scored
29 points and Sam Dekker added a career-
high 27 as the Badgers reached consecutive
Final Fours for the first time with an 85-
78 win over Arizona.
The top-seeded Badgers (35-3) denied
the second-seeded Wildcats (34-4) a Final Four berth
for the second straight year, having beaten them by
one point in overtime in Anaheim a year ago when
their seeds were reversed.
Wisconsin now gets another shot at Kentucky,
which beat the Badgers by one point in the national
semifinals last year.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Brandon Ashley scored
17 points each for the Wildcats, who once again failed
to deliver a first-time Final Four appearance for coach
Sean Miller. TJ McConnell added 14 points in his
last college game.
The Badgers hit 10 of 12 3-point attempts in the
second half, outscoring the Wildcats 30-3 from long
The Wildcats twice got within five points in the
last 2½ minutes, but both times Dekker dashed their
hopes with arcing 3-pointers. (AP)
College Basketball Roundup
Unbeaten Kentucky, Wisconsin advance to Final Four
Kentucky coach John Calipari, right, holds the
regional championship trophy after the team's 68-66
win over Notre Dame in a college basketball game in
the NCAA men's tournament regional finals on
Saturday, in Cleveland. Kentucky advanced to the
Final Four at 38-0. AP PHOTO
CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina---Dean Smith is
still giving to his University of North Carolina
players---even after his death.
Tim Breedlove, the Charlotte-based trustee of
the trust that bears the late coach s name, said
on Thursday that letters were sent this month to
each of the players who lettered for Smith s
teams---about 180 in all.
The letter says Smith directed that following
his death, each letterman was to be sent a $200
cheque with the message, "Enjoy a dinner out
compliments of Coach Dean Smith."
The cheque were attached to the letters.
The Basketball Hall of Fame coach died on Feb-
ruary 7 at age 83, and a memorial service two
weeks later at the campus arena that bears his
name drew about 10,000 people, with lines
snaking around the building more than an hour
before fans could enter. It drew a list of attendees
that included current UNC coach and Smith dis-
ciple Roy Williams, and former players Phil Ford,
Brad Daugherty and Antawn Jamison.
Smith spent 36 seasons with UNC s Tar Heels,
and led them to national championships in 1982
and 1993 before retiring in 1997 with 897 career
victories, the most in Division I history at the
Dean Smith's trust
sends $200 each to
his lettered players
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