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ANSA McAL FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR
Our Financial Services Sector is seeking applicants to fill
the position of Mortgages Manager who will be responsi-
ble for the administration and direction of the Sector's
Mortgage Program and is required to:
• Ensure the growth of a profitable and sustainable
Mortgage Loan Portfolio.
• Oversee the Administration of the Mortgage Loan
• Promote quality mortgage loan customer service
and related activities, including soliciting, processing,
legal documentation, underwriting and loan
• Generate additional revenue from growing the
Sector's products and services;
• Attain established individual departmental and
The ideal candidate will have the required academic qual-
ifications, demonstrated success in the mortgage area for
a minimum of 10 years at a Managerial Level, experience
in the Banking and Financial Services Sector, and with a
passion for further growth and development in this area.
An attractive, performance-based remuneration package
with other Group benefits will be offered. Interested indi-
viduals should submit their resumes by July 07, 2014 to:
Recruitment: Mortgages Manager
or write to ANSA Financial Services,
P.O. Box 477, Port of Spain
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CAIRO---Egypt will restrict ser-
mons during the holy month of
Ramadan to topics of faith and
morality, the state s top official
in charge of religious affairs said
Sunday, in the latest measure by
the government to control
mosques and limit access of
opponents to them.
The announcement is yet
another move by authorities to
crackdown on supporters of the
Muslim Brotherhood, and limiting
in the process free speech in the
deeply polarised country.
Mohammed Mokhtar Gomaa
said the decision should ensure
that sermons during Islam s holy
month of fasting "unite people,
not divide them." He said the reli-
gious speech had been "hijacked"
for political purposes, in reference
to the previous government, led
by Islamist President Mohammed
"The religious speech was polit-
ically driven, which affected the
moral side," he told reporters at a
news conference on the first day
of the observance. "Now we re in
a race against time trying to restore
Morsi was ousted last year fol-
lowing mass protests against him
denouncing his group s attempt to
monopolize power. The military
removed Morsi, and its chief,
Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, was elected
president earlier this month.
In his campaign, el-Sissi stressed
that religious discourse needs to
be restructured, saying a free for
all interpretation of religion has
helped spread extremism. Islamist
groups rely on mosques to recruit
new members and also rally for
political positions ahead of votes.
Since Morsi s ouster, religious
authorities moved to purge
mosques from preachers deemed
supportive of Islamists and have
set guidelines for Friday sermons.
Gomaa said new regulations will
also specify what the sermons will
address in Ramadan, when more
worshippers than usual spend time
in mosques, praying and listening
to religious lessons. Ramadan is
the time Muslims believe God
started to reveal the Quran to the
Prophet Muhammad, and for
believers, it is a time of reflection
and worship, remembering the
hardships of others and being
The ministry has also set new
rules to regulate a Ramadan tra-
dition --- one where many people
spend the last ten days of the
month inside mosques, praying,
fasting and reading the Quran. The
Brotherhood and other Islamist
groups often used the retreat for
The ministry s website said that
this year, the stay would be allowed
only in central mosques under the
supervision of a state-authorized
cleric. The buildings will only host
people who live in the immediate
It was not clear how the gov-
ernment plans to implement the
Egypt moves to restrict
Mohamed Mokhtar Egypt's Minister of Religious Endowment.
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