WHO is THIS? On Page 88? #ESFG Why, it’s… jeannyS, THAT’s WHO! #Say It Aint So, #scheister.shylocker #USURY #scheister.electric

the ‘chief-apostle’ of New Apostolic Church, Int’l, stated that the ‘media and church’ have now become ‘intertwined’ aka jeannyS aka FRENCHIE aka SCHEISTER Electric AND ?moneylender?, like the #lennyk.LENDER? aka Shylockers #GERMANstyle



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Definition of shyster

a person who is professionally unscrupulous especially in the practice of law or politics PETTIFOGGER

Examples of shyster in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the WebMarty the nebbish, Ike the shyster, Phyllis the shrew.— Judy Berman, Time, 8 Nov. 2021In the 1930s, it was purchased by Norman Baker, a shyster who lured cancer patients to come here for treatments that had no medicinal value.— Valerie Fraser Luesse, Southern Living, 25 Sep. 2020



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Definition of shylock

 (Entry 1 of 2)1capitalizedthe Jewish usurer and antagonist of Antonio in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice2LOAN SHARK


Definition of shylock (Entry 2 of 2)

intransitive verbto lend money at high rates of interestexposé of systematic thievery … shylocking, and murder— Current Biography


WHO is THIS? On page 88? Banco Espirito jeannyS

Senior Management

Jose Carlos Cardoso Castella has been a member of ESFG’s Senior Management since 2000. He has worked as an assistant controller of the Espírito Santo group from 1986 to 2002. From 1981 to 1985 he was a director of Texteis Santo Alberto SARL and from 1979 to 1980 a director of Sociedade Quimica e Industrial, Soquil Lda. Since he joined the ESFG group, he has been a director and member of the senior management of several group companies. He is also a controller of the Espírito Santo group. His current position at ESFG is Senior Vice President.

Erich Dähler has been a member of Senior Management since 1991. He has worked as an Investment Analyst in the Union Bank of Switzerland from 1980 to 1991. He joined the ESFG group in 1991. He has worked as a Manager at Espírito Santo Enterprises S.A. He is also a member of the Conseil de Fondation of Fondation de Prevoyance Espírito Santo. His current position at ESFG is Senior Vice President.

Jean-Luc Schneider has been a member of ESFG’s Senior Management for 13 years. He is responsible for the EFSG Group’s consolidation and financial reporting. He worked for American Medical International. Switzerland as a regional controller from 1976 to 1989. His current position at ESFG is Senior Vice President.

Conflicts of interest

The Directors believe that, other than as described under “– Names, functions and principal business activities” above, there are no potential conflicts of interest of any members of the administrative, management or supervisory bodies of ESFG or members of Senior Management between any duties to ESFG and their private interests.

Remuneration and benefits

During the year ended December 31, 2004, the aggregate remuneration (including any contingent or deferred compensation), and benefits in kind paid to the Directors by the ESFG Group was Euro 4.1 million.

The total amount of pension, retirement or similar benefits accrued by the ESFG Group for Directors during the year ended December 31, 2004 was Euro 0.7 million.

As of December 31, 2004, the ESFG Group had an asset of Euro 9.5 million, representing accrued premium payments made by ESFG to purchase life insurance coverage for the benefit of some of its Directors. These life insurance policies provide post-retirement income to covered Directors as well as death benefits to their heirs or other beneficiaries upon the Directors’ death. ESFG is reimbursed for the full premium payments it has made under these policies out of the death benefit proceeds.

The ESFG Group does not have agreements with its Directors that provide for payments or benefits upon termination.

The ESFG Group has not extended loans or granted guarantees in favour of its directors nor entered into unusual transactions with its directors (such as purchases outside normal activity, acquisition or disposal of fixed assets).

Certain subsidiaries of ESFG have established discretionary profit sharing plans pursuant to which a part of the net income of each year is distributed to the directors, officers and current employees of those subsidiaries during the following year. The total amount for distribution, if any, is proposed by the board of directors of the subsidiary and approved by its shareholders in a general shareholders’ meeting. The allocation of the total amount approved by the shareholders is determined by the board of directors of that subsidiary on a discretionary basis in accordance with its assessment of the performance of each director, officer and staff personnel. The amount distributed in 2004 to Directors pursuant to discretionary profit sharing plans of certain subsidiaries of ESFG was Euro 0.7 million. For a description of such plans, see “– Employees – Profit sharing plans and stock based investment scheme”.

Board practices
Composition of Board of Directors, Independence, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Luxembourg law does not require any independence requirement for the members of the board of directors of a Luxembourg company. ESFG considers that of ESFG’s twenty-three Directors, only four have no material relationship with ESFG and/or other relationships that preclude independence and, as such, would be considered to be independent.




Do you think this is gonna stop at District Court? Notice how the NEW APOSTOLIC CHURCH (all domestic churches are DONOR churches to their #corrupt.cohorts) #foreign.entity claims EDC is #unsafe and ‘imminent’ danger to their #LIES. Notice how they did not sue her for defamation. Notice how she.just.may #TRUTH.TELLER #tattle.tale


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Definition of usury

1the lending of money with an interest charge for its useespeciallythe lending of money at exorbitant interest rates2an unconscionable or exorbitant rate or amount of interestspecificallyinterest in excess of a legal rate charged to a borrower for the use of money3archaic INTEREST

Examples of usury in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the WebDelaware wasted no time in trashing its usury law as well.— Los Angeles Times, 30 July 2021One, as previously noted, is the conflict between the religious prohibition of usury and its economic necessity.— Dan Hofstadter, WSJ, 25 June 2021


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