More time for compliance with the Department of Labor’s (DOL) fiduciary rule, and other changes to minimize impact, could benefit credit union members, CUNA wrote to a House subcommittee Thursday. In a letter to leaders of the House Education and Workforce subcommittee on health, employment, labor and pensions, CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle outlined credit union concerns with the DOL’s rule.“CUNA urged the DOL to delay the applicability of the Fiduciary rule and it has also supported additional efforts to conduct additional research to ensure that credit union members are not harmed by unintended consequences of overly broad rules,” the letter reads. “Additional analysis about whether choices may be limited for consumers, is beneficial for all consumers including credit union members.”Nussle also highlighted CUNA’s support for the Protecting American Families’ Retirement Advice Act, which would delay the fiduciary rule for 2 additional years after the June 9 effective date. continue reading » 15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
His new club Chelsea still need to play their last 16, second leg, against Bayern Munich having been hammered 3-0 at home in the first leg.However Werner is ineligible, as he was not registered for Chelsea when the second-leg should have taken place in March before games were postponed due to the coronavirus.Werner’s transfer fee of around 60 million euros (£53 million, $67 million) makes him the most expensive German signing from the Bundesliga.Kroesche explained that Werner turned down the Champions League’s quarter-finals in order to settle into his new club.“He wants to prepare for the Premier League season with Chelsea,” explained Kroesche.“He wants to take his time to come into a new environment.” Berlin, Germany | AFP | Chelsea-bound Timo Werner opted not to play for RB Leipzig in the Champions League quarter-finals this August, the Bundesliga club revealed Thursday, even though he is ineligible to play in Europe for his new club this season.Earlier in the day, Chelsea confirmed that the 24-year-old Germany international had signed a five-year deal from July 1, which rules him out of playing for former club Leipzig in Europe this August.Werner, who has scored 32 goals this season, will remain with the German club for their last two league games before the Bundesliga season ends on June 27.RB Leipzig, who have never previously made the knock-out stages in Europe, are through to the quarter-finals of the Champions League, which would have also been Werner’s first appearance at that level.The quarter-finals, which have yet to be drawn, are due to be held in Lisbon with the final on August 23 in the Portuguese capital.According to Leipzig, Werner, who scored four goals in eight Champions League games this season, opted not to play for them again in Europe.“The decision came from Werner’s side. We had to accept it as it is,” revealed Leipzig’s sports director Markus Kroesche.“Therefore, it was no longer a big issue between the clubs.” Timo Werner turned down the chance to play for RB Leipzig in the Champions League this August, the Bundesliga club said Thursday Share on: WhatsApp
SHOW STEALER: Owned and bred in Kentucky by CHRB Commissioner George Krikorian, this 5-year-old mare by Eskendereya was second, beaten 2 ½ lengths by Vale Dori in the La Canada and never threatened when fourth to her two starts back in the Grade II Bayakoa Handicap Dec. 3. Trained by Art Sherman and based at Los Alamitos, Show Stealer ran what appeared to be the best race of her career in the La Canada Jan. 14, and she’ll hope to improve off of that effort with Tyler Baze riding back on Saturday. With a fast pace expected, Show Stealer will likely be taken in-hand early and be called upon around the far turn. With an overall mark of 20-3-3-3, she has earnings of $217,180. THE GRADE II SANTA MARIA STAKES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 4 of 9 – Approximate post time 2 p.m. PT VALE DORI: An odds-on winner of her last three races by a combined 15 ¾ lengths, Argentine-bred Vale Dori is at the top of her game at age five and has four wins from six stateside starts for Baffert. A gate to wire winner over a “good” surface in the 1 1/16 miles La Canada here on Jan. 14, she’ll likely be on the lead once again, or sitting second to trainer Jim Cassidy’s addition of Midnight Toast. Dispatched at 1-5 in the La Canada, she was 1-2 two starts back in the Grade II Bayakoa on Dec. 3, a race in which she laid second for three quarters of a mile and rallied to win by an authoritative three lengths. Owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa al Maktoum, Vale Dori has been ridden in her past two starts by “Big Money” Mike Smith, who is back aboard Saturday. A Group I winner in her native Argentina, Vale Dori is 11-6-3-1 overall with earnings of $574,943. SECOND TO VALE DORI LAST MONTH, SHERMAN’S SHOW STEALER HOPES TO TURN TABLES ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 8, 2017)–Although Bob Baffert’s streaking Vale Dori has taken on an air of invincibility following her victory in last month’s Grade II La Canada Stakes, Art Sherman’s Show Stealer will be looking for a piece of the action as this pair heads a field of six older fillies and mares in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Santa Maria Stakes at Santa Anita. Won last year by Jerry Hollendorfer’s Tara’s Tango, the Santa Maria will be run for the 75th time and be contested at a mile and a sixteenth. Midnight Toast, Jamie Theriot, 120Lady Tapit, Mario Gutierrez, 120Autumn Flower, Flavien Prat 120Sheer Pleasure, Martin Garcia, 120Show Stealer, Tyler Baze, 120Vale Dori–Mike Smith–122First post time for a nine-race card Saturday at Santa Anita is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com.