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Calgary Corporate Executive Involved In Prostitution Entertainment Scandal

We have often hear stories of high end corporate prostitution and have seen big corporate officials being involved in sex scandals, especially in movies and TV dramas, but is there any truth to this or it is just a fiction? This reporter reveals that high end prostitution very much alive and happening, but functions at a very high level of society, in a very sophisticated way, making it almost invisible to the general public – out of sight, out of mind. Most of these reputed top company executives that are clearly involved in high end prostitution never get caught because they are not only appear on the surface well-mannered and educated, they use prostitution as both an enticement and a blackmail device that removes any chance of word getting out. Huge charitable donations only serve to keep their seemingly good corporate reputations intact.

While researching different resources that focusing on corporate prostitution rackets, it was only through coincidence that some trending tweets came to light that had more than 15-16000 RTs and that was the right resource that helped push this story forward. While going through the many tweets and retweets by such a huge volume of ordinary citizens, it became clear this issue is of huge public concern. The path finally led to Calgary in Alberta, Canada. Prostitution is legal in Canada, but making use of public communication for the purpose of prostitution, brothels and procuring are offences under the law and that can have some serious consequences as well. More research and investigation it was clear that the tweets indicated a company in Calgary that entertains investors and corporate officials with hookers. An international funding company such as this, with company ties to the US and global suite of investors, prostitution would NOT be legal in many locations outside of Canada, which is where the story originates from.

This echoes previous prosecutions along the same line, where 17 people were indicted for running a high end prostitution ring in Brooklyn District that earns over $7 million from blue chip financial clients in just three years.

However, things went wrong with our Canadian story when one corporate executive created a bigger problem.

Upon further investigation, it became clear that one corporate executive from Calgary’s leading conventional oil and gas investment companies transmitted herpes to a couple of attendants who are now retaliating not through traditional legal resources (which would not be available to them engaging in illegal activities) but through a personal campaign against this individual.

HSV also known as herpes simplex virus is a chronic condition that is infected through vaginal, oral or anal sex.

It was revealed that the corporate executive that was involved in this case was from ARC Resource Ltd., whose parent company is ARC Financial.

Click here and contact the managing director of ARC Financial and let her know of your disgust. http://arcfinancial.com/team/investment-committee/nancy-smith

Bank Design Trends Focus On Customers, Marketing, Brands

The business of banking has evolved over the past several decades, from institutions largely limited to making loans and taking deposits, to financial supermarkets that offer a range of banking, investment and insurance products. Not surprisingly, as banks began to serve customers in new ways, they also changed in appearance. Today, trends in bank design support a hotly competitive, retail-oriented industry with a focus on customer-friendly environments, cost-efficient operations and brand-driven design elements.

New design and construction elements demonstrate bank security
Today many banks are choosing to forego a thick brick and mortar style and teller cages that hold customers at arms length, for buildings designed to be accessible, efficient and customer-friendly. Even traditional bank facades, which may be favored by an older, more conservative customer base, can be designed with contemporary, innovative and green building materials that create inviting, but secure environments.

Cost-efficient, environmentally sound bank design a genuine asset
Because banks are businesses and must deliver a return to investors, cost- efficiency in design is a growing strategic necessity. With the price of traditional construction materials on the rise, new solutions such as pre-engineered systems and exterior building facades, modular interior design elements and other construction efficiencies save on costs and maintenance.

Marketing-focused design draws customers to new products, services
Competition within the financial services industry has shaped the objectives of bank design today: Bring customers in the door, and engage them in the retail-oriented environment. Dynamic way-finding signage directs customers to financial products and services, while minimizing confusion and lines. Kiosks and video displays deliver marketing and educational materials and messages.
Modular furniture and space dividers help ensure customer privacy and personal attention.

Branch bank design spotlights corporate branding
Walk into a branch of most large commercial banks and youll be surrounded by representations of that corporations brand. Customers expect to see the faade, logo, colors, interior dcor, products and other elements of corporate sameness, and banks depend on that familiarity to build brand loyalty. And while freestanding branches prevail, more national and regional banks are favoring modular or in-store financial centers to sharpen their retail-oriented competitive edge.

Smaller banks opt for design that reflects local community, culture
In creating their own brands, many independent banks draw from the communities they serve for customized design themes that help build long-term customer relationships. Geography and community culture often drive bank faade and interior decor choices. Options include a maritime theme for a bank that serves a costal community, or a welcoming lodge design that complements a mountain or outdoor recreation location. Some banks also have drawn theme elements from a customer base that shares a strong cultural heritage.

Bank design that reflects customer demographics
Today progressive banks are using design elements to identify and leverage customer differences. Banks that serve high numbers of young families may add a play area for the children of busy parents. Another institution with a customer base of seniors may offer amenities that appeal to the social needs of that demographic group, including TV screens, newspapers, coffee, comfortable seating and meeting areas. Professional and business customers, for whom time is a key issue, may value streamlined interior design that helps shorten lines, speed transactions, segment merchant and customer business and identify products and services.

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