Although the potential fine could have been as high as €500,000, the AFM limited the penalty for the notaries scheme to less than €5,000.It said the SNPF had acted pro-actively and cited the scheme’s limited scale, adding that the fine would ultimately have been shouldered by its 6,390 participants.In a statement, the SNPF said it had reported the omission to the AFM and subsequently had done “everything possible to rectify the problem”. The Dutch Financial Markets Authority (AFM) has fined SNPF, the €1.2bn occupational pension fund for notaries, for failing to inform leaving participants about their options for value transfer.The communications watchdog found that the scheme, between 2010 and 2013, failed to provide legally required information in more than 420 instances.It said the information had been important to help departing members make a well-considered choice about the transfer of their pension rights, enabling them to ask their new pensions provider for a quote for value transfer.In the Netherlands, the previous provider must transfer the accrual rights, if the participant requests a quote and subsequently asks for such a transfer during his first six months in a new pension plan.
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As for Skaneateles, its best finish came in the 1,600-meter run thanks to Caleb Bender, who tore to a time of 4:34.79 and gained third place.Jordan-Elbridge had Kenny Williams finish ninth in the 600-meter run in 1:29.08 and ninth in the 1,000-meter run in 2:43.25, with Zach Barber eighth in the triple jump (40’7”) and Sean Dristle ninth in the 3,200 in 10:12.21. The Eagles also were eighth in the sprint medley relay in 4:11.53, with WG in 10th place.In the girls portion, Skaneateles senior Emme Conan placed in both sprints, going 43.20 seconds in the 300-meter dash for fourth place and 7.56 seconds for seventh place in the 55-meter dash after qualifying third in 7.50 seconds. West Genesee was fifth in the 4×200 relay as Riley Flynn, Sandy Gardino, Mikayla DeJesus and Caitlin Mills posted 1:52.32. Abby Kuppinger was ninth in the 600-meter run in 1:44.53. J-E’s Vasianna Klock get to ninth place in the 1,500-meter run in 5:02.03.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: indoor trackJ-EskaneatelesWest GeneseeWesthill Before heading into their respective league championships this week, area indoor track and field teams met a large, talented field last Friday at the Central New York “Higher, Farther, Faster” Invitational at Utica College’s Hutton Dome.On the boys side, Westhill was third in the 4×800 relay as Jacob Fricano, Brandon Mulholland, Brian Kenny and Mike Ferrara finished in eight minutes, 28.54 seconds.West Genesee had its boys 4×400 relay team of Robert Ciarla, Bryce Bort, Connor Scott and Brandon Scott rise to fifth place in a time of 3:45.44, with Matt Bartolotta fifth in the 1,600 in 4:35.89 and Peter McMahon eighth in the 3,200-meter run in 10:11.68.
Perhaps it is an irony of history that in the midst of the so-called COVID-19 crippling all sporting activities worldwide, notably the nation’s pastime, football, Ghana should lose two legendary goal scorers Opoku Afriyie of Asante Kotoko fame and Tano Bofoakwa’s Kwasi Owusu. Interestingly, both players were different both in size and temperament but they found a common denominator in the art of brilliant goal scoring both at club and national level. And both captained the Black Stars. Nimble footed Opoku Afriyie atoned for his pint size with amazing ball control. He could score speedily with either foot.Kwasi Owusu’s huge frame was a defenders nightmare . He formed an amazing partnership with another wizard striker, Dan Owusu and the two of them (not siblings) shared more than 90% of Bofoakwa Tano’s goal haul for three consecutive league seasons in the 70s.Surprisingly, despite his huge frame, Kwasi was not robust and even allowed himself on occasions, to be bullied in the box. Some say he was gentle to a fault at times.Historians will recall an incident at Accra Stadium in 1975 during the novelty Ghana-Nigeria Friendship Games when Nigeria goal keeper Okalla slapped him in a minor struggle for the ball.Kwasi just smiled and offered a handshake. True Sportsmanship. Pint size Opoku Afriyie might have reacted differently.He had a fierce temper and never allowed himself to be bullied by anybody on and off the pitch.It was a rift with Kotoko management that resulted in his compulsory retirement from the team in 1983. He played briefly for close rivals Hearts of Oak, and soon returned to his natural habitat, Kotoko. He was for a long time Kotoko team manager and later on Black Stars Welfare Officer.Opoku Afriyie’s goal scoring prowess was detected in the early 70s when he was a Colts player for Kumasi Hearts Babies. He was already a household name at Manhyia Park and when he joined Kotoko in 1974 he quickly made his presence felt with some fantastic goals.He matured so quickly that in his second season with Kotoko he nearly won the goal king title. His tally of 27 fell short by one to Dan Owosu’s haul of 28. Dan of Bofoakwa Tano fame retained the goal king crown but Opoku Afriyie will be remembered for his two brilliant hat-tricks in the season.He scored thrice against Ghanacan whom Kotoko beat 7-1 and got all three goals against B.A. United. When Kotoko thrashed 7-0 in Kumasi, Opoku Afriyie got four of the seven goals.His record in the Africa clubs series was also superb. He got a hat-trick in the 1982 continental clash against Kampala City Council of Uganda in Kumasi that Kotoko won 6-0. By: Ken Bediako