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Jun Ji Hyun Biography

Jun Ji Hyun Biography

Jun Ji Hyun who is additionally known by her moniker CF Queen Ji-hyun is one of the well known on-screen characters from South Korea and she is predominantly prominent on the planet for depicting the part of The Girl in the motion picture, My Sassy Girl. She is additionally renowned for her part in the motion pictures like Il Mare, Windstruck, The Thieves and some more. Conceived as Wang Ji-Hyun in Seoul, South Korea to Muk Chang-ae and Wang Jung-Chuck, Jun was brought up in the Buddhist family. She is South Korean national and is of Korean ethnicity

Jun Ji Hyun Biography
Jun Ji Hyun Biography

Jun Ji Hyun Biography

On thirteenth of April 2012, Jun got hitched to Choi Joon-hyuk. Choi Joon-hyuk is the financier in South Korea and is the child of mold planner Lee Jung-charm. As a cherishing mate they are going to welcome their first tyke together in 2016. There is not data about her additional undertakings.

Jun Ji Hyun is one of the prestigious performing artists in South Korea yet her youth dream was not quite the same as acting. She longed for being a flight chaperon yet in the wake of being found by a design editorial manager, she started displaying. In 1997, she showed up on the front of Ecole Magazine. That year she additionally showed up in the TV program, The Season of Puberty. She played her initially highlight motion picture in 1999 film, White Valentine and kissed the zenith of her prosperity after she showed up in the motion picture, My Sassy Girl. Her total assets is relied upon to be high.

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Ini Alasan Ahok Ditahan di Rutan Cipinang

Ini Alasan Ahok Ditahan di Rutan Cipinang

Jakarta – Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Ahok) langsung dibawa ke Rumah Tahanan (Rutan) Cipinang, Jakarta Timur, untuk ditahan. Kenapa Ahok ditahan di Cipinang?

Kepala Rutan Cipinang Asep Sutandar menjelaskan soal kenapa Ahok ditahan di rutan tersebut. Alasannya karena proses hukum yang dijalani Ahok masuk dalam wilayah Jakarta Utara.

Ini Alasan Ahok Ditahan di Rutan Cipinang
Ini Alasan Ahok Ditahan di Rutan Cipinang

Ini Alasan Ahok Ditahan di Rutan Cipinang

“Karena kasusnya wilayah Jakarta Utara, jadi ke kita (ditahan di Rutan Cipinang-red). Termasuk Jakarta Selatan. Kalau (rutan) Salemba, itu kasusnya di Jakarta Pusat, Jakarta Barat dan Jakarta Timur,” jelas Asep di Rutan Cipinang, Jakarta Timur, Selasa (9/5/2017).

Sementara itu, Asep mengatakan begitu tiba Ahok akan langsung menjalani tes kesehatan oleh tim Rutan Cipinang. Untuk ruang tahanan yang akan ditempati Ahok, Asep belum bisa memberi penjelasan.

“Ini masih proses banding, belum penuh narapidana,” katanya.

Terkait dengan ditahannya Ahok di Rutan Cipinang, Asep mengatakan tidak ada penambahan khusus personel keamanan di rumah tahanan tersebut.

“Pengamanan seperti biasa, tidak ada persiapan khusus,” katanya.

Majelis Hakim Pengadilan Jakarta Utara memvonis Ahok hukuman dua tahun penjara. Dia dinyatakan bersalah oleh hakim atas kasus penodaan agama.
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Preparing Better For Crisis, Also For Smaller Banks

Preparing Better For Crisis, Also For Smaller Banks

The Financial Services Authority (OJK) recently announced that it planned to issue a guideline on internal recovery planning for 12 systemic banks as part of its efforts to shield the economy from a major bank failure.

A recovery plan sets out actions that a bank will take to restore its viability in the case of significant deterioration of its financial condition. The OJK rule on this subject — expected to be issued in April — is a supporting regulation mandated by the 2016 Financial System Crisis Prevention and Mitigation (PPKSK) Law.

The law effectively gives clarity and space to authorities handling a banking crisis or the threat of one. Nonetheless, despite the improved legal protection and clearer protocols, the PPKSK committee is unlikely to have a comfortable time when a situation calls for its resolution authority to be exercised.

To reduce the likelihood of intervention by the authorities being called for, a clear and credible recovery plan is necessary: When near-default scenarios happen, what actions will a bank take? Where will it raise capital and liquidity? What businesses would it rein in or sell? How does it test its recovery options and does it set and monitor early warning signs? What are the triggers to invoke certain recovery actions? How and when will the bank’s management communicate to key stakeholders?

Preparing Better For Crisis, Also For Smaller Banks
Preparing Better For Crisis, Also For Smaller Banks

Preparing better for crisis, also for smaller banks

A recovery plan contains special case contingency plans, such as funding contingency plans, a business continuity plan and disaster recovery. A recovery plan differs from these plans in that it focuses on severe scenarios when the bank is at the near default zone, just before the point where a resolution tool like bail-in bonds is activated. Bail-in bonds are a debt instrument converted to equity when the capital ratio falls to a certain threshold.

Obviously, to support the recovery planning process, the banks’ directors and top management should deploy dedicated resources. In some countries, the banks’ chief executives, main commissioners and controlling shareholders must sign the recovery plan to demonstrate their commitment to it.

Hence, the initiative might cause apprehension in bank executives as many concurrent and related regulations are already at work, for example in relation to required submissions of annual business plans, risk-based bank rating and stress testing results.

After all, Indonesia’s banking sector is widely considered solid with its average capital ratio and the profitability of its biggest players is among the highest in the world.

If anything, some bankers might argue that the industry’s priority should be further directed for the handling of non-performing loans, for example.

Being a derivative of the PPKSK Law, recovery planning is indeed a compliance project as the plan will eventually have to be approved by the OJK, perhaps after two or three rounds of supervisory revision. The iterative process is necessary because in the first submission, most banks are unlikely to come up with a credible document that is considered by supervisors as a useful playbook during a crisis.

That being said, according to our observations in other countries (e.g. European Union member states), managements and shareholders will find the exercise highly beneficial.

Recovery planning actually draws together weak parts of risk management that might currently be ineffective.

At any rate, the supervisory authority will likely tell banks to shore up their stress testing practices and integrate them into the risk management framework when preparing a recovery plan.

A particularly helpful approach is for banks to use reverse stress testing as a starting point in the process.

This means that a bank will first define a point or magnitude of shock that would lead to its failure and then explore plausible scenarios that could cause this. As an end result, the bank will not only get insights about its (hidden) vulnerabilities but also test possible measures that could effectively avert a breakdown of its business model.

Because of the considerable virtues, I think smaller banks should also prepare recovery plans — while appropriately taking into account their size, complexity and nature of business.

A lesson from centuries of financial history is that banking crises are a constant, only the timing is variable.

Sometimes, the failure of smaller player, say bank number 13 in the size ranking, can trigger a full-blown crisis. By the same token, the imminent failure of a small player might be considered a systemic threat and a decision be made in support of a rescue using public funds.

While it is true that the state of the banking industry is stronger than ever, that conclusion is often based on average profitability and capital indicators. In an industry where confidence and interconnectivity are prominent, downward surprises can come from any (smaller) bank. There is a considerable advantage to having a banking industry that is strong on average and does not have contagious weakest chains at the same time.

The existence of weak players could unduly prevent Bank Indonesia from applying countercyclical macroprudential measures because banks with weak financials and poor business models cannot keep up. For the same reason, they could also prevent the OJK from imposing stronger prudential standards, or allowing fiercer competition that benefits banking customers, e.g. lower lending rates.

Preparing Better For Crisis, Also For Smaller Banks

Preparing Better For Crisis, Also For Smaller Banks
Preparing Better For Crisis, Also For Smaller Banks

The concern with the weakest links in the banking system is a key reason why all banks, unlike players in other sectors, face socalled minimum requirements for capital and liquidity. This being said, the minimum requirement has an inherent problem in that it is sometimes too little and too late. The capital requirement, for example, is largely calculated from past snapshots, such as last quarter’s risk positions.

That is why, with its strong forward-looking orientation, the upcoming OJK recovery plan regulation will further strengthen Indonesia’s banking sector.

It could lead to early management and/or supervisory actions to deal with the significant threat of default and, as necessary, trigger faster consolidation in the industry.

This initiative is so relevant to bank risk management that it should be applied to smaller players in the near future as well.

http://www.thejakartapost.com/academia/2017/03/14/preparing-better-for-crisis-also-for-smaller-banks.html

How Women Overcoming Islamophobia in Australia

How Women Overcoming Islamophobia in Australia

When women from the city of Lismore in northern New South Wales, Australia, to hear their eggs and throwing cigarette butts to local Muslims, they immediately decided to hold a meeting to combat Islamophobia in society.

About 100 participants attended the event titled “Mariam’s Day: Both Muslims and non-Muslims to speak, building traditions and living together”. They share stories and ask questions in an effort to gain a better understanding of each other.

Guest speaker and former Lismore Mayor Jenny Dowell said she personally witnessed the growing anti-Muslim sentiment among the public in the last two years.

How Women Overcoming Islamophobia in Australia
How Women Overcoming Islamophobia in Australia

How Women Overcoming Islamophobia in Australia

“The worst incident experienced by a woman carrying her baby outside their homes, take off the departure of a person. The baby was suddenly crying and the mother realized there was a raw egg soiling his clothes,” Dowell said.

“The baby was hit in the head by an egg toss someone from the passing cars while shouting something,” added the former mayor of Lismore.

“This happens in a rising Islamophobia. It made me sick,” he said.

“I want to reassure people: ‘please do not judge Lismore from this incident,'” Dowel said, adding, “This is not surprising because I think that happens everywhere.”
Muslim women and non-Muslims to meet diLismore to mengatasiIslamophobia. From left: ZuleyhaKeskin, JennyDowell danRashidaJoseph. (ABCNorthCoast: SamanthaTurnbull)
Speakers in the event, Dr. Zuleyha Keskin who is also professor of Islamic studies at Charles Sturt University, said there was a strange feeling when arriving in Lismore by wearing a headscarf.

“Very different from when he was in Sydney or Melbourne are more multicultural,” he said.

“Here, I strongly feel it. I go to the store and no one else who wear the hijab. I think everyone Anglo-Saxon backgrounds,” he said.

“Really feels like minorities and people looked at me. I do not think they view it racist but ‘oh, there’s something different’,” added Dr. Keskin.

Meanwhile residents of Lismore who is also a Muslim woman Rashida Joseph said the worst discrimination they experienced came shortly after the World Trade Centre attacks in 2001.

“A few days after 9/11 I was taking money from an ATM and an ATM guy pushed my head. My head hurt,” he said.

“I also had thrown a lit cigarette into my car at a red light,” he said.

“I arrived at work one day – I work with refugees are Muslims – and found feces smeared on the front door,” said Rashida Joseph.
WargaLismore, RashidaJoseph, claimed to have suffered discrimination after the events of 11 September 2001, but in umumNorthernRivers known as an area that is inclusive.
“However, I also get tremendous support from non-Muslims, so we did have to put in proportion. We are together in it,” he added.

Although never experienced discrimination, but the speakers of the meeting were optimistic when citizens like in Lismore together hold events like Mariam’s Day.

Dr. Keskin hoping to ward off a number of myths about Muslim women.

“So many myths, for example that women in Islam is oppressed,” he said.

How Women Overcoming Islamophobia in Australia

How Women Overcoming Islamophobia in Australia
How Women Overcoming Islamophobia in Australia

“For me, Islam actually empowering women. Islam encourages me to get an education and express my mind,” he added.

“Wearing the hijab is not oppression, empowering precisely because it is something I decided to do for the sake of my religion,” he said.

“This is an effort to move away from physical focus to focus on spiritual, internal and character,” said Dr. Keskin again.

At 10:30 AEST Published March 14, 2017 by Farid M. Ibrahim

2018 Indonesian Popular Actress

2018 Indonesian Popular Actress

Indonesia is one of the Asian countries with very beautiful women. Indonesian girls are pretty and very cute. The actresses in Indonesia are arguably actors with some of the best physical features in the world. Indonesian girls have quite a high social status. The women receive immense prestige in some social classes of the Indonesian population.

1.Whulandary Herman

Whulandary Herman was conceived in Pariaman, West Sumatra on June 26th, 1989. She is presently 26 years old. This dazzling lady remains at 5 feet and 9 inches tall. She has dark hair and dull cocoa eyes. She is an expert marvel expo and the title holder of Puteri Indonesia 2013. She is likewise the Miss Universe Indonesia 2013. She has possessed the capacity to accomplish amazing privileges at such a youthful age.

2018 Indonesian Popular Actress
2018 Indonesian Popular Actress

2018 Indonesian Popular Actress

2.Innes Putri

Innes Putri was conceived in Denpasar, Indonesia on fifth September 1989. She is currently 26 year of age. She remains at a stature of 5 feet and 1/2 inch. This delightful lady is an expert golfer who spent her youth days in the islands of Bali. She is the holder of silver and gold decoration in the 2004 Pekan Olahraga Nasionali for Bali.

 

2018 Indonesian Popular Actress
2018 Indonesian Popular Actress

3.Isti Ayu Pratiwi

Isti Ayu Pratiwi was conceived in Jakarta on May 23rd, 1987. She is presently 28 years of age. She is 173 centimeters tall. She is an expert performing artist who is celebrated for her parts in motion pictures, for example, Apocalypse’s Close in 2003. Ayu Pratiwi has likewise assumed parts in a few cleanser musical dramas.

2018 Indonesian Popular Actress
2018 Indonesian Popular Actress

4. Agni Pratistha Arkadewi Kuswardono

Agni Pratistha Arkadewi Kuswardono was conceived on eighth December 1988 in Canberra, Australia. Her tallness remains at 5 feet and 10 inches. She has dark hair and bruised eyes also. Agni Pratistha has won the title of Miss Indonesia 2006; she was the runner up for Cosmo Girl of The Year in 2003. Agni Pratistha highlighted in the motion picture Mengejar Matahari (pursuing the sun) as the fundamental character.

2018 Indonesian Popular Actress
2018 Indonesian Popular Actress
  1.  Astrid Ellena Indrian Yunadi

She is otherwise called is an Indonesian wonder expo and the title holder of Miss Indonesia 2011. She was brought up in Surabaya, Indonesia on June eighth 1990; she is presently 25 years of age. Astrid Ellena is 5 feet tall and 7 inches. She has dark hair and cocoa hued eyes. Aside from the Miss Indonesia 2011 title she has likewise won Miss World 2011(top 15), and the Miss World Beauty with a Purpose 2011.

Felicity Jones Biography

Felicity Jones Biography

Date of Birth 17 October 1983Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK
Birth Name Felicity Rose Hadley Jones
Height 5′ 3″ (1.6 m)

Felicity Rose Hadley Jones is an English on-screen character. Jones was conceived in Birmingham, West Midlands, and experienced childhood in Bournville. Her folks met while working at the Wolverhampton Express and Star. Her dad was a writer while her mom was in publicizing. They separated when he was three, and she was raised with her sibling by her mom alone. She has said that her family is still “to a great degree close.” Her uncle is performing artist Michael Hadley.

Felicity Jones Biography
Felicity Jones Biography

Felicity Jones Biography

She began her expert acting profession as a kid, showing up at age 12 in The Treasure Seekers (1996). She went ahead to play Ethel Hallow for one arrangement in the network show The Worst Witch and its continuation Weirdsister College. After Kings Norton Girls School, Jones went to King Edward VI Handsworth School, to finish A Levels and went ahead to take a crevice year (amid which she showed up in the BBC arrangement Servants (2003)). She required some serious energy off from acting to go to class amid her developmental years, and has worked relentlessly since she graduated with a 2:1 from Wadham College, Oxford in 2006, where she read English. While concentrate English, she showed up in understudy plays, incorporating Attis in which she assumed the title part, and, in 2005, Shakespeare’s “Drama of Errors” for the OUDS summer visit to Japan, featuring close by Harry Lloyd.

Felicity Jones Biography

Felicity Jones Biography
Felicity Jones Biography

On radio, she is known for assuming the long-running part of Emma Grundy in The Archers. In 2008, she showed up in the Donmar Warehouse generation of The Chalk Garden. Since 2006, Jones has showed up in various movies, including Northanger Abbey (2007), Brideshead Revisited (2008), Chéri (2009), and The Tempest (2010). She stars in Star Wars turn off Rogue One (2016) as Jyn Erso. Her execution in the 2011 film Like Crazy (2011) was met with basic approval accumulating her various honors, including an uncommon jury prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. In 2014, her execution as Jane Hawking in The Theory of Everything (2014) was additionally met with basic approval, accumulating her assignments for the Golden Globe, SAG, BAFTA, and Academy Award for Best Actress.