More than 5,000 reports of stolen funds from “Stay at Home” cards


Santo Domingo, DR Around 5,000 reports of theft of funds from the “Stay at Home” program have been presented to the authorities, says Digna Reynoso, general director of the Administrator of Social Subsidies (ADESS). Reynoso explains that because the system registers beneficiaries only by their ID card, the program became vulnerable due to the haste in which it was prepared during the coronavirus pandemic. “As a result of the ‘Stay at Home’ program, which was structured with a card, it was done this way because given the conditions that existed it was not feasible to find another mechanism so that people could have an effective means to receive their aid,” Reynoso said. As a result, he added, “just because the ID card was issued, it was straightforward for some interested […]

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Parkland appoints Marcel Teunissen as Chief Financial Officer

CaribPR Wire, CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 19, 2020: Parkland Corporation (”Parkland”, “we”, the “Company”, or “our”) (TSX:PKI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Marcel Teunissen as Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”), effective December 1, 2020. Marcel joins Parkland from Royal Dutch Shell, where he was Executive Vice President, Finance, Integrated Gas […]