Snarky Puppy hosted the first annual GroundUP Music Festival last weekend, spending three glorious nights under the Miami, FL sky from February 10th through the 12th. While the band’s achievements were being celebrated at the Grammy Awards, the musicians were doing what they do best, performing! For three beautiful days, Snarky Puppy and members of the GroundUP Music label set up shop across two stages – The Bandshell Stage & The Park Stage. Between exciting headliners like David Crosby and Chris Thile, exciting collaborations (including Mono Neon, Esperanza Spalding, and Jeff Coffin performing as artists-at-large), and just great jam sessions (John Medeski’s Mad Skillet comes to mind), it was a weekend filled with great music!What follows is a series of video and photo highlights captured over the three days, as provided by CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS. Enjoy!Friday, February 10Snarky Puppy: “What About Me?”David Crosby: “Déjà Vu – Woodstock” ft. Michael League (bass & guitar), Becca Stevens (guitar), Michelle Willis (keys) Late Night at Le Jardin Club at The Deauville HotelGhost-Note with special guest Jeff Coffin: “Ja-Make-Ya-Dance” Ghost-Note with special guest Mono Neon: “Shrill Tones – Can’t Get Right”Saturday, February 11Charlie Hunter Trio feat. Carter McLean (drums), Rob Dixon (sax) with special guest Jeff Coffin: “I Can’t Go For That” (Hall & Oates)Terence Blanchard featuring Michael League (bass), Bill Laurance (piano), Jamison Ross (drums) and Bob Lanzetti (guitar) of Snarky Puppy, with special guest Esperanza SpaldingSunday, February 12John Medeski’s Mad Skillet with Will Bernard, Kirk Joseph, Terence HigginsThe stage debut of Bokanté featuring Malika (vocals), Roosevelt Collier, Michael League and Snarky Puppy membersSnarky Puppy with Esperanza Spalding: “Grown Folks”Snarky Puppy with special guests Chris Thile, Jeff Coffin, Esperanza Spalding and other artists-at-largeAll photos and videos courtesy of CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS.
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DNB said it would also look into the decision-making process and whether the pension funds still had a clear view on downside risk after any adjustments.The supervisor indicated that three pension funds had decided not to change their risk profile after consultations with DNB. Five schemes would be allowed to raise their investment risk after their funding had improved to more than 105%, it added.Pension funds that increase their investment risk must raise their financial buffers at the same time. DNB said the required asset level had increased by 3% on average.The one-off option to raise the risk profile is part of the new financial assessment framework (nFTK), which was introduced in 2015.During the past two years, 45 pension funds in total – including the schemes of coffee producer Douwe Egberts, BpfBouw, and UWV – have used this option.Pension funds with a coverage of less than 105% are not allowed to increase their risk level, while schemes with a funding of more than 125% do not face limits in principle. More than 50 underfunded Dutch pension funds have indicated that they want to raise their risk profile this year in a bid to improve returns, according to supervisor De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB).It said 159 schemes were eligible for a one-off increase of their investment risk. These schemes had a coverage ratio of between the required minimum of 105% and the prescribed level for financial reserves of approximately 125%.DNB made clear that the 53 pension funds that took up the opportunity had predominantly opted for a reduction of their interest rate hedge, sometimes combined with an increase in equity allocations.The watchdog said it assessed the schemes’ requests against criteria such as a “balanced approach towards their participants” as well as the impact of the adjustment on different generations.
Sharing is caring! Tweet Share 15 Views no discussions The following are the standings of teams in the Roseau Valley Basketball LeagueZone AElvis Welding Services Road Stars; 5-1 from 6 gamesFond Canie Rebels; 4-2 from 6 gamesMorne Prosper Long Horns; 3-3 from 6 gamesLily Valley Sharks; 3-3 from 6 gamesCochrane Middleham Ballers; 0-6 from 6 gamesZone BUpper Village Hoosiers; 4-2 from 6 gamesLaudat Spartans; 3-2 from 5 gamesBath Estate Huskies; 3-3 from 6 gamesFond Canie Upsetters; 2-3 from 6 gamesR.C Bullets; 2-4 from 6 gamesThe matches scheduled before the play-offs are;Thursday 29th March – Upper Village Hoosiers Vs. Bath Estate Huskies – 7:30 p.m.Friday 30th March – Fond Canie Upsetters Vs. Laudat Spartans – 7:30 p.m.Saturday 31st March – Lily Valley Sharks Vs. Fond Canie Rebels – 7:30 p.m.Sunday April 1st – Elvis Welding Services Road Stars Vs. Cochrane Middleham Ballers – 6:00 p.m. – R.C Bullets Vs. Laudat Spartans – 8:00 p.m.Tuesday April 3rd – Fond Canie Upsetters Vs. Bath Estate Huskies – 7:30 p.m.Wednesday April 4th – Upper Village Hoosiers Vs. Laudat Spartans – 7:30 p.m.Thursday April 5th – Lily Valley Sharks Vs. Elvis Welding Services Road Stars – 7:30 p.m.Saturday April 7th – R.C Bullets Vs. Fond Canie Upsetters – 7:30 p.m. – Fond Canie Rebels Vs. Morne Prosper Long Horns – 8:30 p.m.By: Edgar George Share Share NewsSports Team standings in Roseau Valley Basketball League by: – March 27, 2012