Are you looking for a home that is perfectly suitable to you and your family? Try Raleigh apartments. They are highly affordable and located in a beautiful place. The eye-catching Raleigh has been known for its historical building structures and old Oak trees. Read More
Credit Suisse’s Corporate Credit Risk Management (CRM) team in North America partners with key partners throughout the Bank to meet business demands and an evolving regulatory environment in the US. CS is seeking an analyst to support underwriting and ongoing credit monitoring work.
Responsibilities to include:
You will prepare transaction memos to support CRM decisions and approvals. You will be responsible for the interaction with deal teams and Securitized Products Lending regarding CRM follow-ups associated with under-writings and amendments/extensions of credit. You will understand and take views on various transactions and transaction structures requiring CRM insight and approval. You will assist in building complete, clear and succinct written analysis of credit pages for transactions. You will support ongoing portfolio surveillance effort. You will be responsible for rationalizing proposed credit and regulatory risk ratings. You will process credit authorizations in internal approval system. You will be responsible for ad hoc duties as requested by senior team members and CRM management.
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting/Finance/Economics/Math preferred. Solid analytical and writing skills. Solid attention to detail and ability to multi-task. Ability to work on a team under demanding deadlines. Ability to succinctly communicate. Capacity for creative thought and independent analysis. Solid motivation and ability deliver quality work products with minimal supervision. Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Access and PowerPoint highly desirable. Some exposure to securitization/structured products desirable.
RALEIGH, NC (WTVD) —
Four days after the nation’s latest school shooting in Texas, a group of Raleigh high schoolers arrived at the state legislature fighting for some kind of political response to the epidemic.
That’s what House Bill 976 is supposed to be. It was filed this week, aimed at taking guns out of the hands of dangerous people. But it appears to be dead on arrival on Jones Street.
"When is enough, enough?" asked Durham Democratic State Rep. Marcia Morey as she and her fellow House and Senate Democrats rolled out their newest proposal to stem gun violence.
HB976 creates what they are calling an Extreme Risk Protection Order — establishing a legal mechanism for family members or guardians — to remove guns and ammo from any individual, at least temporarily — if the person threatens to do harm to themselves or to others.
"This is not a solution to gun violence, but it is a first step," Morey said.
The bill’s supporters tried to ease concerns that this was an attempt to restrict access to firearms.
"This is not going to hurt anybody who is a lawful possessor of firearms who wants to use it for hunting or other lawful means," said Durham Democratic Sen. Floyd McKissick.
But hours after the bill’s introduction, House Speaker Tim Moore, a Republican, sent the legislation to the House Rules Committee — referred to by many lawmakers as "the place bills go to die."
That was good news for many guns rights activists, who say the bill takes away due process for gun owners.
Paul Valone, president of gun-rights group Grass Roots NC calls HB976 a "gun-confiscation bill."
"Really all they’re intended in doing is blaming the gun and allowing the dangerous person to remain in the general population," Valone said. "We should all, regardless of whether we support gun rights or not, we should all be alarmed at the fact that they take away individual freedoms without due process of the law."
And while the gun-reform debate raged inside the legislature – Outside the General Assembly, Greear Webb and his classmates at Sanderson High rallied for a non-partisan solution.
"The realization came to us that we as students had to be the ones to begin the difficult conversations to call for substantial change and to press forward in search of a more peaceful time," Webb said at a news conference.
The North Carolina Town Hall for School Safety is scheduled for next Tuesday, featuring a panel of lawmakers and law enforcement officials alongside school and mental health experts.
"Like we said, dialogue is important and we can help encourage legislators to work in our benefit and towards our safety," said Sanderson High junior Woody Wisz, who is helping to organize the event.
Meantime, HB976 has no Republican support, at this point — holding only the hopes of Democrats that it will ever emerge out of the Rules Committee.
The conference finals kicked off Sunday and it wasn’t exactly the start LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were hoping for.
The Boston Celtics won Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals 108-83, while holding James to just 15 points.
Since the internet is full of people [Michael Jordan stans] who love to celebrate anytime LeBron James loses, there were plenty of memes to go around.
Browse through the photos above for a look at some of the best memes following Celtics-Cavaliers Game 1.
A man who told state troopers he had used heroin recently was arrested on multiple charges Tuesday after, they said, he fled from Raleigh police in a stolen car and then from a trooper. The man rammed the the trooper’s car before giving up.
When Johnny Martin Mitchell, 54, got to the Wake County Detention Center after being treated for minor crash injuries, he was facing charges from as far back as February of stealing several cars, fleeing to elude police, stealing money and jewelry, pawning stolen goods and violating parole from an earlier conviction. Read More
What will be the final straw before NC State gets involved with the safety standards of off-campus housing? It could be a student’s death. It could be a public lawsuit on behalf of a student’s family against their landlord. It could even be something else entirely.
It is well past time that NC State demand a set of standards which protect students if off-campus student housing properties expect to openly profit off of marketing directly to us. There is one organization in particular that many of you might be familiar with, as it has been in the news quite frequently over the past school year. Read More
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By Sean Lennard, Triangle Food Guy
Raleigh, N.C. — It was announced last week via Facebook that Chapel Hill’s Roots Bakery, Bistro and Bar on Franklin Street will open a second location in the former Hope Valley Bar and Grill space (before that, Hope Valley Brewing Company and before that, City Beverage) at 4810 Hope Valley Road in Hope Valley Pointe. They will be serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The transition/opening could happen as soon as the end of this month, according to Triangle Business Journal. Read More
Rama Road Elementary won first place in the H2O Ecosystems category of the Autobell Car Wash Creek Challenge. Photo courtesy of Autobell
Students know their creeks
CHARLOTTE – A dozen elementary schools, including Cotswold IB World and Rama Road, competed in the third annual Autobell Car Wash Creek Challenge recently at UNC Charlotte. Read More
Raleigh residential cleaning contractor Maid My Day Cleaning launched an updated range of services for clients in Raleigh and the surrounding areas. The company offers complete home cleaning…
Raleigh residential cleaning contractor Maid My Day Cleaning launched an updated range of services for clients in Raleigh and the surrounding areas. The company offers complete home cleaning solutions, working exclusively with certified and experienced maids. Read More
of Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina – stable, reliable, with very attractive fundamentals. First let’s look at the “what,” and then we’ll dig into the “why.”
Raleigh is located in northern-central North Carolina. Its housing market defies the real estate “meltdown” we all hear about on the evening news. The median price of a single family home was about $150,000 10 years ago, peaked at about $210,000 last year and has “crashed” back down to $200,000 at the time of this writing. Read More