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first_img News News News On 2 April, special human rights prosecutor José Apolonio Tobar issued a statement condemning cases of police destroying journalists’ equipment, presidential aides refusing  to answer questions about the coronavirus at press conferences, and a ban on interviews with officials about the coronavirus. El Salvador: Online attacks and threats against Salvadorean investigative news site Follow the news on El Salvador El SalvadorAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Freedom of expression In a lockdown decree signed by President Nayib Bukele on 30 March, the authorities refused to include journalists in the list of exempted professions. It was only after pressure from media organizations and civil society that the government backed down and issued a new decree on 2 April allowing reporters to move about freely in order to cover the public health crisis. Receive email alerts News After a series of press freedom violations in El Salvador, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Salvadorean authorities to display more transparency and to allow journalists to do their job of covering the coronavirus pandemic. Salvadorean journalists and media outlets have also reported being unable to get information from health professionals about difficulties in the provision of protective equipment or reliable figures for confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths. “Under no circumstances can the coronavirus crisis be used as a pretext for obstructing journalists’ work,” said Emmanuel Colombié, the head of RSF’s Latin America desk. “The Salvadorean authorities must ensure that reporters are free to operate at a time when the media’s work and transparency are more necessary and vital for society than ever.” El SalvadorAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Freedom of expression El Salvador is ranked 81st out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. Organisation April 11, 2020 Salvadorean authorities must not obstruct coronavirus coverage But Salvadorean human rights organizations and the Association of Salvadorean Journalists (APES) have reported many press freedom violations in recent weeks, including seizure and destruction of journalistic material by the police, denial of access to public spaces and a lack of transparent access to state-held information. Help by sharing this information Source: El Diario de Hoy to go further Salvadorean president’s alarming hostility towards independent media RSF_en June 12, 2020 Find out more Covid-19 emergency laws spell disaster for press freedom July 25, 2019 Find out more October 7, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more


first_imgLocal NewsBusiness By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Overbond and valantic FSA Partner to Integrate Overbond’s Pricing and Liquidity Scoring Technology with valantic FSA’s eFICC Trading Solutions WhatsApp TORONTO & FRANKFURT, Germany–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– Global fixed income traders can streamline their workflow and seamlessly harness the power of AI to automate up to 50% of requests for quotes (RFQs) now that Overbond’s COBI-Pricing LIVE has been integrated into valantic’s eFICC trading systems. Sourcing liquidity in global bond markets is cited as the number one concern by institutional buy side clients as the sell side has significantly reduced its appetite for warehousing risk. This makes it even harder for the sell side to offer effective RFQ services and get the best execution outcomes. COBI-Pricing LIVE is a customizable AI pricing engine that helps traders automate pricing for global investment-grade bonds. It generates best executable prices and liquidity scores for more than 100,000 fixed income instruments and builds curves for more than 10,000 issuers in various real-time liquidity scenarios. COBI-Pricing LIVE has an industry-leading refresh rate of less than three seconds — giving sell-side trading desks the ability to fully automate 30% of their RFQs and execute an additional 20% with trader supervision. valantic FSA’s next generation eFICC trading platform, is a complete solution that meets the challenges of electronic bond trading today. Market making, bond pricing and hybrid connection to electronic D2D and D2C venues and data platforms are all integrated into a single high-performance application. “With the combination of Overbond’s COBI-Pricing LIVE and the valantic FSA platform, traders can seamlessly harness the power of AI-driven best executable pricing and liquidity scoring within valantic FSA’s negotiation workflow — from pre-trade analytics to post-trade reporting. Trades can be executed through one integrated system so traders do not have to swivel between multiple systems. This maximizes the speed and quality of execution — doubling or tripling their previous capacity to respond to RFQs,” said Vuk Magdelinic, CEO of Overbond. “We are pleased to be working with other innovative firms like Overbond that help solve very real liquidity problems in today’s fixed income markets. This is especially the case in credit markets which have seen an explosion in issuance over the past year” said Joachim Lauterbach, CEO valantic FSA. About Overbond Overbond is a developer of process-redefining, AI-driven data and analytics and trade automation solutions for the global fixed income markets. Overbond performs market surveillance, data aggregation and normalization, and deep AI quantitative observation on more than 100,000 corporate bonds and fixed income ETFs. Applying proprietary artificial intelligence to pricing, curve visualization, market liquidity, issuance propensity, new issuance spreads, default risk and automated reporting, Overbond enables trade automation and enhances trade performance and portfolio returns. Clients of Toronto-based Overbond include global investment banks, broker dealers, institutional investors, corporations and governments across the Americas, Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit www.overbond.com. About valantic FSA valantic FSA has successfully digitized the workflow for over 100 firms in capital markets. It builds robust and highly innovative systems for trading, workflow management and downstream transaction automation. Its mission is to digitize, augment and evolve the value streams within its clients. The resulting workflows bring superior levels of efficiency, insight and business agility that enable these firms to position themselves for the future. valantic FSA assembles complete systems from a broad range of battle tested components and next generation technologies covering Fixed Income and securitised instruments. Digitize. Augment. Evolve. https://www.valantic.com/en/ View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005143/en/ CONTACT: Overbond Jonathan Mairs North America + 1 917 517 7097 [email protected] Harvey Europe + 44 (0)20 709 281 33 [email protected] FSA René Lemme [email protected] KEYWORD: GERMANY EUROPE NORTH AMERICA CANADA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: FINANCE BANKING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE SOURCE: Overbond Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 03:00 AM/DISC: 02/09/2021 03:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005143/en Pinterest Previous articleSpirent Report: 5G Activity Accelerates as Operators Look to DifferentiateNext articleValanciunas leads Memphis against Charlotte following 27-20 game Digital AIM Web Support Facebookcenter_img Twitter Pinterest TAGS  Twitter WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more


first_imgShare Betting on Sports Europe to address industry’s looming crisis February 25, 2020 Europol warns of ‘greater risk’ of match-fixing during pandemic August 7, 2020 Submit Related Articles Share Sports betting integrity body ESSA has welcomed the regulatory interest in tackling match fixing via The Group of Copenhagen (Network of National Platforms), which held its 4th meeting in The Hague this week at the Department of Sport at the Dutch Ministry of Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport.ESSA Secretary General Khalid Ali said the organisation: welcomed the increased focus on betting fraud and the manipulation of sporting events at regulatory authority level through the Copenhagen Group and the involvement of law enforcement authorities such as Europol. He added: “We clearly need to consider coordinated, practical and proportionate actions at both national and international levels; ESSA has been calling for this for years. As the party at the sharp end of this, it is fundamental to the success of any proposals that the regulated betting sector is fully engaged in any sports betting integrity policy considerations and their delivery.”Sixteen European countries participated in the meeting, illustrating the growing importance of the national platforms as key entities in the fight against the manipulation of sports competitions. Participants agreed to contribute to technical assistance missions to requesting countries, which will be organised by the Council of Europe within its project KCOOS+ (Keep Crime out of Sport).Those involved will also develop the exchange of information on potential manipulations of competitions during sports events. These activities, as well as the working tools that have been established, will increase the operational personality of the Group of Copenhagen with the aim of endorsing it as a major actor in transnational collaboration.During the working session on 4 July 2017 at the Europol headquarters in The Hague, the network of national platforms has moreover strengthened its co-operation with Europol in this field of work. This co-operation will look into possibilities to share  information collected and synchronised within the Group with Europol in an effort to provide a more efficient contribution to law enforcement actions against manipulations of sports competitions.The Group of Copenhagen was set up in July 2016, at the initiative of the Council of Europe. It involves the co-ordinators of national platforms that have been established in reference to the Convention for the Manipulation of Sports Competitions. Watch: Joe Lee on the importance of collaboration December 13, 2019 StumbleUponlast_img read more