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The Central Bank Employees' Credit Union
Cooperative Society Limited
Notice is hereby given that the 22nd Annual General Meeting of the above-named
Society will take place at Central Bank Conference Facilities, Level 16, Central Bank
Building on Tuesday July 30, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. for the following purposes:
(a) The Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting and the Reports of the Board and
Committees, and the Report of the Auditor.
(b) To appoint Auditors for the 2013 Term.
(c) Election of Officers to the Board of Directors and Statutory Committees.
(d) To approve Payment of Dividends.
1. Registration of Members
2. The National Anthem/Credit Union Prayer
3. Adoption of Standing Orders
4. President's Address
5. Confirmation of the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting
6. Matters Arising out of the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting
7. Presentation of Reports from the Board of Directors, Statutory Committees
8. Election of Officers - Board of Directors, Credit and Supervisory Committees
9. Approval of Payment of Dividends
11. Selection of Auditors
12. Any Other Business
13. Vote of Thanks
Nomination forms of officers to the Board of Directors, Credit and Supervisory
Committees are now available from the Credit Union Office. Nominations close at
4:00 p.m. on Tuesday July 23, 2013. Members are requested to submit their resolu-
tions for discussion by Thursday July 25, 2013. The Annual Report for 2011 & 2012
terms will be distributed to members by Thursday July 25, 2013.
Please make every effort to attend.
Dated this 8th day of July 2013.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
SEVILLE---Sevilla says it has
agreed to sell striker Alvaro
Negredo to Manchester City,
pending a medical checkup.
There was no announcement of
a transfer fee or length of contract,
but Sevilla says "it s official: Alvaro
Negredo is now a Manchester City
The Andalucian club held a
farewell ceremony for the 27-year-
old Negredo at Ramon Sanchez
Pizjuan Stadium yesterday evening.
At the ceremony, Negredo said he
has spent four happy years at
Sevilla but was fortunate to get an
offer from "a big one, like City,
and I m happy to go to such a big
The Spanish international joined
Sevilla from Almeria in 2009, win-
ning the Copa del Rey that season.
He scored 70 goals in 139 appear-
Meanwhile, Borussia Dort-
mund s newly signed forward,
Henrikh Mkhitaryan, will be out
for four weeks after injuring his
ankle in a friendly. The Bundesliga
club says Mkhitaryan twisted his
right ankle and partially tore a ten-
don shortly after scoring the third
goal in Dortmund s 4-1 win over
FC Luzern in a friendly in Switzer-
land on Tuesday.
Mkhitaryan has scored in both
friendlies since joining Dortmund.
The Armenia international com-
pleted his transfer from Shakhtar
Donetsk last week and signed a
He was signed to replace Mario
Goetze, who moved to Bayern
Munich, which beat Dortmund in
the Champions League final.
Mkhitaryan could miss the Bun-
desliga season-opener on August
10 against Augsburg. (AP)
MUNICH---Champions League win-
ner Bayern Munich presented new
signing Thiago Alcantara on Tuesday
and said it had no plans to bring in
any more players or to let any others
Bayern used a buy-out close in
Alcantara s contract with Barcelona and
spent €25 million ($33 million) to sign
the midfielder to a four-year deal.
The player was signed at the express
wish of Bayern coach Pep Guardiola,
who coached Alcantara in Barcelona.
Alcantara joins a crowded, star-stud-
ded midfield, but Bayern chairman
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said the com-
petition was "fantastic."
Bayern has signed forward and mid-
fielder Mario Goetze from Borussia
Dortmund, defender Jan Kirchhoff from
Mainz, while releasing striker Mario
Gomez to Fiorentina.
"I don t think that we ll sign another
player. I also don t think we ll give up
any other players," Rummenigge said.
"As of now, nothing more is planned.
We are going into the new season most
probably with this squad and we are
doing it with optimism."
Guardiola inherited a team that com-
pleted an unprecedented treble in Ger-
man football last season, winning the
Bundesliga and the German Cup as
well as the Champions League. (AP)
BARCELONA---Lionel Messi is
not worried about solving his tax
problems or about the arrival of
Brazil star Neymar at Barcelona.
"I m very relaxed," Messi said
after training yesterday, adding he
was at a distance from financial
"My dad and I have our advisers
who handle these things and we
trust them. I hope it gets solved.
I don t understand any of this and
that s why we have lawyers."
Messi, one of the world s high-
est-paid sportsmen, and his father
Jorge have been ordered by a Span-
ish court to appear before a judge
in September over allegations that
they defrauded the Spanish tax
office of 4 million euros ($5.3 mil-
Messi is rated by Forbes mag-
azine as the world s 10th highest-
paid athlete after reportedly earning
$41.3 million to June this year, with
$20.3 million coming from his club
salary and $21 million in endorse-
Spain s state prosecutor alleges
Messi and his father used shell
companies in Belize and Uruguay
to avoid paying taxes on revenues
from image rights.
If charged and found guilty---
barring an out-of-court settle-
ment---the 26-year-old star and
his father could face fines amount-
ing to 150 percent of concealed
earnings and two to six years in
jail.Messi, who until the alleged
fraud problem arose had led a quiet
life free of major scandal, has
denied any wrongdoing.
He has received the backing of
Barcelona club president Sandro
Rosell and predecessor Joan Lapor-
ta, who was in charge during the
years of alleged tax irregularities.
Messi welcomed the arrival of
Neymar, who was "a great player"
who will have no problem adapting
to Barcelona. "He s going to make
a difference," Messi said.
He said Neymar was the type
of player who can unsettle oppo-
nents in one-on-one situations,
and would give the team a lot.
"We won t have problems off
the field either," Messi said, adding,
"he s a good guy." (AP)
Lionel Messi walks off the field after coming out of the match against
the Rest of the World during the second half of the Messi and Friends
charity soccer exhibition, Saturday in Chicago. Messi's Friends won 9-6.
about tax problems,
Munich's new Spanish soccer player Thiago Alcantara gestures during his
introduction at a press conference at Bayern Munich's headquarters in Munich,
Germany, Tuesday. AP PHOTO
Bayern: No new arrivals,
Sevilla agrees to sell
Alvaro Negredo to Man City
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