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It said the proceeds from the divestment in the consortium are reinvested based on the objectives of the two funds or are used to repay existing debts on its balance sheet.
But advocates of divestment have rattled universities across the country.
Reportedly, the Annual General Meeting of Aktia Bank, on 11 April 2019, authorised the board of directors to decide on divestment of own shares for implementation of the company's incentive scheme and remuneration of members of the company's administrative bodies, amongst others
Briefing on issues of PTCL employees after divestment, the meeting was informed that at the time of divestment, there were 66000 employees in total while at present there were only 16000 employees working in PTCL, while dues of majority of the employees who availed golden hand shakes or who retired had already been cleared.
'Three key themes emerging on @airindiain divestment: 2) Unless bidders confident that they will be ring-fenced from possible political risks if successful, this could prove to be a key reason for possible non-participation by some parties at RFP stage.
THE FIRST STUDENTS TO organize for divestment, in 2010, were a group at Swarthmore College, a small private liberal arts school outside Philadelphia.
The company said this divestment will result in a capital gain of USD1.6m for Moberg Pharma.
Meanwhile the cabinet also allowed to take decision on matters related to divestment through ETF like constitution of ETF portfolio; the price/net asset value at which share of listed companies forming the ETF basket will be placed by the Govt.
Umuarama Bishop Joao Mamede called divestment "a practical way to achieve" what Pope Francis calls for in his encyclical "Laudato Si', on Care for Our Common Home."
Terry Leer, archdeacon for mission development in the diocese of Athabasca, questioned the assumption that divestment is an appropriate Christian response to environmental concerns over global warming by sharing the work of a task force set up by Athabasca Bishop Fraser Lawton to look into how the church might better engage with the oil industry.
According to LafargeHolcim, the proposed transaction is an alternate remedy for the merger of the Group's legacy companies and now forms part of the company's CHF 3.5bn divestment target in 2016.