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The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission advises that:
1) The forty (40) day period for Parliamentary objections to the Securities
(General) By-Laws, 2015('the By-Laws') has expired and the By-Laws
made pursuant to Section 148 of the amended Securities Act, 2012 ('the
SA 2012') are now in force.
2) The transitional period provided for at Section 53of the SA 2012 was
extended pursuant to the Commission's Order dated 29thDecember 2014
(made under section 155(1A)(e) and 159 (10) of the SA 2012) from
December 31, 2014 to the earlier of either:
a) 30 days from the date of the Commission's publication of notifica
tion that the Securities (General) By-Laws have come into force;
b) June 30, 2015.
3) As a result, the Commission's registrants who were registered as Brokers,
Investment Advisers, Securities Companies, Traders and Underwriters, under
the Securities Industry Act 1995 when the SA 2012 came into force, and to
whom Section 53 of the of the SA 2012 applies ("Existing Registrants"), have
30 days from the date of this Notice to regularize their status as registrants
under the SA 2012 by submitting the relevant registration documents required
by the By-Laws.
4) All Existing Registrants will be required to regularize their registration sta-
tus by June 29, 2015.
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By Order of the Commission.
May 29th 2015.
LONDON---Theo Walcott ended a frustrating season
by scoring the first goal as Arsenal won a record
12th FA Cup title yesterday with a dominant 4--0
victory over Aston Villa in the final at Wembley
Walcott, who missed most of 2014 with a knee
injury sustained in an FA Cup game, volleyed home
a shot in the 40th minute to put defending champion
Alexis Sanchez doubled the lead with a fierce 25-
yard shot that dipped in via the underside of the
crossbar before Per Mertesacker scored with a header
in the 62nd. Olivier Giroud completed the win in
After a nine-year trophy drought, Arsenal has now
won the Cup two years in a row, overtaking Man-
chester United s record of 11 titles.
The win also meant Arsene Wenger tied the record
for Cup victories by a manager with six, level with
Villa s George Ramsay, who won his last title in 1920.
This victory was a lot more comfortable than last
year s, when Arsenal had to come from two goals
down to beat Hull 3-2 in extra time. Saturday s result
never looked in doubt as Arsenal dictated the game
from the start and Villa --- which had to fight against
Premier League relegation until the penultimate round
of the season --- didn t have a clear scoring chance
in the entire game.
Arsenal, meanwhile, had created a handful before
Walcott finally scored.
Shay Given made a good one-handed save to deny
Laurent Koscielny s header in the 15th minute, Aaron
Ramsey lifted a volley over the bar in the 20th and
Walcott was denied from point-blank range by a
diving clearance from Kieran Richardson in the 24th.
Walcott s speed proved decisive after Nacho Monreal
MILAN---A last-gasp equaliser saw champion
Juventus held to a 2-2 draw at Hellas Verona in its
last Serie A match of the season as Luca Toni netted
again to leave him on the verge of clinching the
league s top goalscorer award --- at the age of 38.
Toni s equaliser earlier in the second half left him
on 22 goals in the fight for the "capocannoniere"
prize, two more than Juventus striker Carlos Tevez
and Mauro Icardi, who could still overtake the Italian
World Cup winner when Inter Milan hosts Empoli
Roberto Pereyra and Fernando Llorente scored for
Juventus. There was late drama as Tevez had a penalty
saved before Juventus midfielder Simone Pepe was
sent off in stoppage time and Juanito Gomez levelled
AC Milan visits Atalanta later in what is likely to
be Filippo Inzaghi s final match in charge.
Juventus was looking to end the domestic season
on a high, a week before attempting to clinch a
historic treble against Barcelona in the Champions
League final. Llorente should have given Juventus
the lead in the 34th minute but his effort smashed
off the crossbar.
Juventus did go in front three minutes from the
interval when Pereyra curled a delightful finish into
the top far corner from just outside the penalty area.
Verona levelled almost immediately after the break
when Emil Hallfredsson went on the counter-attack
and set up Toni for a low drive into the near cor-
ner.Juventus restored its advantage shortly after the
hour mark after Andrea Pirlo s superb chipped pass
was cut back from the byline by Simone Padoin for
Llorente to sidefoot home. (AP)
2--2 at Verona in
final Serie A match
sent in a cross from the left that Sanchez met by the
far post and headed back across the area. Walcott
beat two defenders to the ball and volleyed home
inside the near post, before racing with both arms
outstretched to celebrate with the Arsenal support-
ers.The Gunners kept pouring forward after the break,
with Mesut Ozil dictating play in midfield. Sanchez s
goal was a pure solo effort, though, as he picked the
ball up 35 yards from goal, drifted forward and
unleashed a strike that dipped past Given. (AP)
Arsenal beats Villa 4--0
to defend FA Cup title
Arsenal's Per Mertesacker, centre, holds the trophy after the English FA Cup final
football match between Aston Villa and Arsenal at Wembley stadium in London,
yesterday. Arsenal won the match 4--0. AP PHOTO
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