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NCB Global Finance Limited, Trinidad and Tobago invites suitably
qualified persons to apply for the position of:
• Originate and execute NCBGF business opportunities with a view to
expanding NCBGF's asset and liability portfolio and client base.
• Maintain and grow existing client accounts by servicing client relation-
ships and ensuring customer loyalty through excellent customer service
as well as presenting new solutions and services
• Continually identify, develop and maintain a quality network of business
relationships, and serve as a recurring source of referrals for new lending
and investing opportunities.
• To effectively act as the first layer of underwriting by assessing proposals/
applications to determine whether the opportunity is one suited to NCBGF.
• To prepare the transaction application package for submission to the
underwriting department and to have ownership of the internal process
through to final execution and post disbursement maintenance.
• Prepare weekly origination dashboards to track business development
activity and maintain the deal pipe schedule to ensure efficient transac-
• Make assessments, write memoranda, draft correspondence on accounts
Qualifications and Experience:
• A minimum of five (5) years' experience in a retail or commercial lending
or related business development experience.
• Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Finance or related field or
equivalent combination of education and related experience
• Understanding of core bank products and services
• Proven track record of sales and outside calling skills
• Local market knowledge and the ability to develop, retain and expand
• Ability to develop strong customer and colleague relationships
• Excellent communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills
Applications are to be submitted at
by August 29, 2016.
An interracial couple
was attacked after a self-
supremacist saw them
kissing outside a Wash-
ington restaurant, police
Daniel Rowe, 32, came
up to the African-American
man and the white woman
and, without a word, start-
ed stabbing them, said
Olympia police spokes-
woman Laura Wohl.
The man, who was
stabbed in the hip, was able
to tackle the suspect and
restrain him on the ground
until police arrived. His
injuries were minor, as were
The man confessed to
stabbing the couple, saying
he was a white supremacist,
"The suspect spouted
white supremacist sayings
and made many many ref-
erences to racist things,"
Rowe also complained
about the Black Lives Mat-
ter movement, and had tat-
toos that said "Skinhead"
and "White Power," Wohl
Investigators are treating
the attack as a hate crime
and Rowe has been charged
with two counts of first
degree assault and one
count of malicious harass-
ment under Washington
State's "hate crime" law.
Rowe was booked into
the Thurston County Jail
and is being held on
$500,000 bail. (CNN)
stabbed after kissing
Kasey Simmons loves to make peo-
ple smile. But Tuesday, the 32-year-
old waiter was the one beaming.
A customer at the Dallas-area Apple-
bee's restaurant where he works left
him an unforgettable tip.
"They ordered the cheapest thing
on the menu," Simmons said.
The total bill was $0.37. The tip was
$500. A note, written on a napkin
A day earlier, Simmons was shopping
at his local grocery store. In the check-
out line, he noticed another shopper,
an older woman who was clearly
Other shoppers passed right by her.
Simmons did not.
He spoke to the woman. She didn't
explain why she was sad, but Simmons
lifted her spirits and even paid for her
"It was only $17, but it's not about
the money," he said.
"It's about showing someone you
The tip at the restaurant apparently
came from the woman's grateful daugh-
ter. The note on the napkin described the moth-
er's anguish as she tried to go about her normal
activities on what was the third anniversary of
her husband's death.
Simmons choked up as he read the message
"On one of the most depressing days of the
year ... you made my mother's day wonderful,"
the note said.
"You insisted on paying. Told her she is a
very beautiful woman. I have not seen this
woman smile this much since dad died."
Simmons' kindness made a difference, and
the daughter wanted to let him know. But she
did not let him know the woman's name. For
now, he can only wonder and keep smiling,
knowing that his simple gesture made a priceless
Waiter tipped $500 for act of kindness
Can two boys change
how we see war?
---See pages A40, A41
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