In case you are seeking a simple way to draw in more wealth and money into your life, start by obtaining a money plant tree. This attractive indoor plant is often used as a feng shui tool to assist with finances. The way it appears has special significance and is great in any area of a home or business. It also goes by its botanical name ‘pachira acquatica’ and is generally not naturally shaped the way it is. This unique plant is a combination of several plants with intertwined stems that appear like they have been braided. It had been first created in the 1980’s and grew in popularity internationally because of its symbolism of the five elements in feng shui.
Plenty of people have adopted this beautiful plant and used it for attracting money. You will find five leaves that branch out from each one of the stems, these are said to represent the five elements wood, water, metal, earth and fire. The five leaves on each stem is meant to symbolize the elements in perfect harmony. This makes the money tree the right tool to use for just about any part of a room or entire home which has unbalanced ‘qi’ or energy. Simply locate the region that needs help with a bagua map and place a money tree where it is needed.
The best places for the money tree are areas that have anything to do with money or wealth. As an example in the home, the preferred spot for this plant is near a safe deposit box. Businesses would benefit from having this plant near its cash register. A specific room in the home that may need a money tree would be the home office. This is where you conduct business so it definitely doesn’t hurt to have an abundance of funds in this particular area. Money trees are wonderful gifts for anyone who is starting a new business.
These plants are relatively easy to care for. They can grow to 7 inches and have a very long lifespan. Regular watering and a bit of sunlight is all that is required to look after them. Direct sun exposure is bad, since it will dry out the leaves so keep them in areas with dim lighting. Water the money trees just enough every time and let the soil dry out before watering again. Too much water will cause the leaves to brown and fall off. Avoid misting the leaves directly as that causes the leaves to fall out as well. With the proper care and right location, these plants may be just what you will need to generate the type of success you have been hoping for.
Private banks are flourishing heavily in India, which is fast becoming a major economy. With the literacy level going up in the country and the economy showing good promise, more and more private banks are setting up their branches in India. No matter whether these banks are foreign banks or Indian banks, they are offering top-rated positions to candidates along with good salary and other facilities.
For a list of private bank jobs 2012 that are available, you can consult the internet. Some banks keep updating notifications on their websites and also float advertisements when they are recruiting. However, it is true that the private sector banks love their MBA-holding candidates. Hence, they have made it their habit of recruiting in the countrys top B-schools. The banks conduct campus interviews in these B-schools and recruit candidates based on their profile, resume and talent. Confidence and personality play a big role when one is looking for private bank recruitment 2012.
Hence, if you are anxious about your chances, you need to groom yourself up and prepare yourself for the tough questions in the interview. The questions are designed more to test your presence of mind and your smartness. So, you need to show confidence and alertness. Do not falter or fumble or show signs of nervousness or weakness even if you do not know the answer. It is important to keep your confidence level high and honestly admit that you do not know the answer to the question. In fact, it will be advisable that you should go ahead and ask the interviewer the right answer to the question. That would show that you are curious and eager to learn things about which you have little idea.
Again, while applying for the post (before the interview), make sure to look at your needs and requirements. Are you ready to travel? Are you ready to shift your base? All these factors also play a huge role in helping you make the decision. Before signing the contract, make yourself completely familiar with the terms and conditions.
NFIB and WIA to Provide Better Protection for Wine Investors
Millions of Britons enjoy drinking it and many now see it as a long-term investment. Unfortunately, fine wine has also become a focus for fraudsters who trick investors into buying wines or vineyards that bear little resemblance to what they see in the prospectus, or may not even exist. The increasing number of such rorts in Britain has led to calls for action to be taken to protect investors and to increase consumer confidence in fine wines. In the upshot, the UKs National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) is joining forces with the newly-formed Wine Investment Association (WIA) to tackle the problem.
On 14 February 2013, the NFIB and the WIA jointly announced the launch of the new self-regulatory body which will aim to transform the growing wine investment industry by providing better protection for investors in the UK. The WIA has been formed by leading figures from the fine wine investment industry and seeks to support the sector’s growth through voluntary regulation, establishing best practices and setting up processes to identify fraudulent activity.
Director of the NFIB, Det. Supt. Dave Clark, said: “Fraudsters will always follow the money, wine investment is just the latest in a long line of investment opportunities that are being exploited and corrupted to the detriment of the industry as a whole. He added that the NFIB sees the creation of an auditable framework of self-regulation as a step towards maintaining and increasing consumer confidence, while also identifying investment companies which do not operate in accordance with the required high standards.
New Code to Tackle Wine Investment Frauds
Following an extensive consultation period, the WIA has set out the standards and procedures with which its members must comply to remain in good standing. Under the new code of conduct to be drawn up, wine investment firms will undergo stringent audits by accountancy firm Mazars. These will include checks on systems such as stock rotation and to make sure that purchase orders and invoices tally. The director of the WIA, Peter Shakeshaft, revealed that companies which successfully complete the independent audit process commissioned by the newly-formed regulatory body will bear a WIA logo offering consumers a trustworthy safety kitemark. Shakeshaft added: Our industry has been held back far too long by unscrupulous practitioners and issues around fraud. The WIA will really hold the industry to account.