first_imgPropertymark has announced that Mark Hayward, who for the past seven years has headed up the NAEA, is to stay on at the trade organisation after stepping down from his position as Chief Executive.The announcement appears to be in preparation for the organisation to become a single entity under the Propertymark name, although the organisation’s spokesperson would not confirm or deny this when asked.But such a plan was unveiled in July. “When Propertymark was established it was always intended that we would become the single voice to represent the interests of the property industry continuing to recognise the particular business requirements of sales, lettings, auctions and commercial transfers,” a spokesperson said at the time.Hayward, who has an unmatched contacts book at governmental level, is to delay his retirement for a year to support Propertymark’s recently-arrived CEO Tim Balcon.The two will work to restructure the policy and external affairs activities and ensure the different disciplines across Propertymark are represented equally and effectively across the UK.“I am delighted that Mark has agreed to stay on for a further 12 months, this will ensure continuity of support to our members at this unprecedented time,” says Balcon (left).“Mark’s experience will be invaluable in the transformation programme and will give us time to ensure we get the right calibre and experience within the team to build on our work with industry partners, stakeholders and authorities across the UK.”On July 21st David Cox, who headed up ARLA as its chief executive, quit and later joined Rightmove but to date his former role has not been filled, ARLA’s president Angela Davey has taken over some of Cox’s duties. tim balcon Mark Hayward NAEA propertymark ARLA December 2, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Associations & Bodies » Hayward to stay on at Propertymark, but will NAEA and ARLA be going? previous nextAssociations & BodiesHayward to stay on at Propertymark, but will NAEA and ARLA be going?Chief Executive of NAEA to become policy adviser instead of retiring but Propertymark hasn’t confirmed or denied that his old job will be phased out.Nigel Lewis2nd December 20200443 Viewslast_img read more

first_imgBy Dialogo April 27, 2012 A Colombian drug lord extradited to the United States for trial was sentenced on April 25 to 40 years in prison, prosecutors said. A federal jury in New York state found Carlos Patiño Restrepo, alias Patemuro, guilty of three U.S. drug charges on April 5. Judge Leonard Wexler also fined Patiño Restrepo $5 million. Prosecutors said Patiño, 48, worked with the Norte del Valle cartel and sent dozens of tons of cocaine to the lucrative U.S. market in the 1990s until shortly before his arrest in Colombia in 2007. “Patiño controlled the area near Viterbo, Colombia, through bribes to Colombian police and ties to paramilitary groups, such as the Auto Defensas Unidas de Colombia (AUC) and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia,” prosecutors said in a statement. “In particular, Patiño financed entire regiments, or ‘blocks,’ of the AUC to guard the jungle processing labs where the cocaine was manufactured and safeguard the routes used to transport the narcotics out of the country.” He “ran his cocaine empire with an iron fist, using a terrorist organization for protection and killing of those who stood in his way,” the statement added.last_img read more

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