El-P and Killer Mike are in the midst of their Run The World Tour. With their surprise album release of RTJ3 now in the hands of their fans, Run The Jewel‘s new material has furthered the band’s exciting legacy, with relevant verses and killer beats. The group’s brilliance is only multiplied in a live setting.The hip-hop duo stopped by NPR to perform a few songs from RTJ3 in their Tiny Desk concert series, including “Talk To Me,” “Legend Has It,” and “A Report to the Shareholders.” At the end of their performance, Killer Mike beautifully assures viewers that “every one is born free and nothing has a right to interrupt that freedom.” The two keep it real, personalities shining in this 12-minute segment. Watch:Run The Jewels have months of touring on the road ahead of them, including performances in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Ireland, Denmark, Belgium, and more. The Run The World Tour continues in support of their 2016 release RTJ3 which also features Kamasi Washington, TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe, Trina, Joi, Danny Brown, Travis Barker, and Rage Against The Machine’s Zack de la Rocha. Listen up right here and check out their full tour schedule right here.
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The home at 10 Dora St, HendraHOMEOWNERS are making money on houses as well as horses in the increasingly popular suburb of Hendra.A beautifully renovated Queenslander at 10 Dora St recently sold under the hammer for $2.1 million, after being marketed by Ray White Ascot agents Janelle McKenna and Lisa Pearse-Sergeant.“Warra Willa” is a circa-1910, five-bedroom house on two lots over 809sq m.It had been restored to its former glory with all the traditional features, such as high ceilings, pine floorboards and detailed timber fretwork.The property attracted four registered bidders on the day of the auction.Bidding started at $1.7 million before moving to $2 million, where it paused. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The property then sold for $2.1 million.“I really think this is a great sign to get a $2 million sale in Hendra,” Ray White auctioneer Haesley Cush said. “That is a very interesting sign for this market. “Confidence is good now and it’s a very good sign.”Also in Hendra, a home at 111 Woodville St recently sold under the hammer for $1.25 million after it was called on the market.As well as being known for Doomben Racecourse, Hendra is a quiet, family-friendly suburb with lots of character homes and tree-lined streets — just 7km from the CBD.The suburb’s median house price is $947,500, according to figures from property data firm CoreLogic.
Fiduciary managers currently manage than 80% of Dutch pension fund assets, with the majority of mandates (68.9%) being ‘full service’ and another 14.6% partial or ‘modular’ fiduciary mandates, according to a survey conducted by IPE sister publication IPNederland.The sixth annual IPNederland Fiduciary Management Survey canvassed more than 50 trustees and pension fund managers representing 46 corporate, occupational and industry-wide pension funds with assets ranging from €123m to €145bn, and with total assets worth €278.4bn.According to the survey, just 16% of pension fund assets in the Netherlands is not currently covered by any sort of fiduciary management arrangement.Further, just 0.5% of assets under management (AUM) is currently ‘in the market’ for fiduciary management, with 0.17% of assets available for full service mandates and 0.31% for partial mandates. IPN said these figures suggested the Dutch fiduciary market had matured.IPN’s survey, in addition to an analysis in terms of AUM, also showed how the Dutch fiduciary market has evolved in terms of the number of pension funds taking a fiduciary approach.In 2013, 43.5% of funds surveyed said they were employing a full-service fiduciary manager, an increase of more than 5 percentage points from the previous year (over 38%).The percentage of schemes using partial fiduciary mandates remained largely unchanged at 17.4% (2012: 17.6%).Overall, the percentage of schemes using fiduciary management increased from 56% in 2012 to slightly less than 61% in 2013.The number of schemes that do not use a fiduciary manager at present or have no plans to do so in future has also risen, from more than 32.3% in 2012 to 34.8% in 2013.The percentage of schemes that intend to hire a fiduciary manager in future has, by contrast, fallen sharply, from 11.7% in 2012 to just 4.4% in 2013 – another indication the market has developed fully, IPN said.