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Governor Wolf Appoints Obra Kernodle to Gaming Control Board

first_imgGovernor Wolf Appoints Obra Kernodle to Gaming Control Board November 27, 2017 Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf announced today that Obra Kernodle has been appointed to the Gaming Control Board. Obra most recently served as Deputy Chief of Staff in the Governor’s Office.“Obra has been an important voice in my administration for improving the lives of all Pennsylvanians and I know he will bring the same dedication and commitment to the Gaming Control Board,” Governor Wolf said.Most recently, before his appointment as a member of Governor Wolf’s senior staff, Obra was a senior advisor for Governor-elect Tom Wolf’s transition team.Prior to joining the Wolf for Governor Campaign, Obra worked in Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter’s Administration as Deputy of Legislative Affairs, helping to coordinate the city’s Actual Value Initiative. In 2012, Obra was part of President Obama’s reelection effort as the Pennsylvania Southeast Political Director. Obra currently sits on the boards of Visit Philly and Welcome America.Born and raised in Philadelphia, Kernodle is a graduate of Roman Catholic High School. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Education from Florida A&M University in 2002.center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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ATP, USS lift stakes in Spain’s Redexis Gas, buying out Goldman Sachs

first_imgTwo of Europe’s largest pension funds, ATP and USS, have linked up with two Chinese financial investors to complete the acquisition of Spanish gas distributor Redexis. Danish statutory pension fund ATP and UK universities pension fund USS increased their stakes to a majority, acquiring – along with new Redexis shareholders Guoxin Guotong Fund (GT Fund) and CNIC Corporation – the 50.1% of the company they did not already own.They bought the stake from Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners II, a fund belonging to Goldman Sachs (GSIP).The deal leaves ATP and USS each with a 33.3% stake in Redexis, and the Chinese funds with a 33.3% stake between them, held through a common vehicle. Michael Dalsgaard, senior investment manager at ATP and newly-elected board member in Redexis Gas, told IPE: “ATP has been an investor in Redexis since 2010 and we have over the years increased our investment in Redexis Gas on several occasions.”He said ATP was very pleased with its investment and looked forward to continuing working with the company’s “excellent team”, and to supporting its growth strategy.“Going forward ATP will have an additional board member at Redexis and we look forward to the journey with the company and our co-shareholders,” Dalsgaard said.USS could not immediately be reached for comment.A Redexis statement about the deal said that it “reflects once again ATP’s and USS’s support for the company’s long-term growth strategy and significant investment plan”.Both ATP and USS have been investors in Redexis Gas along with GSIP since 2010, initially as indirect investors and since 2017 as joint direct owners of 49.9% of the Spanish firm.Redexis Gas develops and operates natural gas transportation and distribution networks, and supplies liquefied petroleum gas in Spain.The company’s chairman Fernando Bergasa said his company was now looking forward to entering a new phase of long-term growth based on a significant investment plan, with the support of the four shareholders.Vantage Infrastructure is acting as the manager of the stake in Redexis Gas held by GT Fund and CNIC.Citigroup Global Markets Limited and Goldman Sachs International acted as financial advisers to GSIP while Evercore was the financial adviser for GT Fund and CNIC.last_img read more

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Los Angeles Dodgers announce TV schedule for spring training

first_imgThe Dodgers-Rangers game on March 23 is also scheduled to be broadcast nationally on ESPN. The March 13 game between the Dodgers and Angels in Tempe is also likely to be televised by the Angels.For those with access to SportsNet LA, the Dodgers’ network will also have a one-hour studio show five nights a week during spring training.Here is the list of games scheduled to be televised: Sat., Feb. 25 vs. Chicago White Sox, 12 p.m. PTSun., Feb. 26 at Milwaukee Brewers, 12 p.m. PTWed., March 1 at San Francisco Giants, 5 p.m. PTSat., March 4 at Chicago Cubs, 12 p.m. PTSun., March 5 vs. Seattle Mariners, 12 p.m. PTFri., March 10 vs. Texas Rangers, 6 p.m. PTSat., March 11 vs. Angels, 12 p.m. PTSun., March 12 vs. Chicago White Sox, 7 p.m. PTThur., March 16 vs. Chicago Cubs, 1 p.m. PTFri., March 17 vs. Seattle Mariners, 7 p.m. PTSat., March 18 at Chicago White Sox, 1 p.m. PTThur., March 23 at Texas Rangers, 4 p.m. PT on ESPNSat., March 25 vs. Oakland A’s, 1 p.m. PTSun., March 26 at Texas Rangers, 1 p.m. PTThur., March 30 vs. Angels in Anaheim, 7 p.m.Fri., March 31 vs. Angels in Anaheim, 7 p.m.Sat., April 1 vs. Angels at Dodger Stadium, 6 p.m. At least 17 of the Dodgers’ preseason games — including 14 from Arizona –are scheduled to be broadcast this spring.The TV schedule announced by the Dodgers Thursday listed 16 games scheduled to be broadcast on SportsNet LA (including all three Freeway Series games in Southern California against the Angels).center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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