Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked private-equity investments made on behalf of Nancy Cambell’s pension fund (bcIMC) for mortgage finance of a pay-per-view snuff film studio at the Pickton Family pig farm in British Columbia, to the $90,000 bribe apparently paid to Mike Duffy to keep his mouth shut re a private-equity pay-per-view snuff-film archive, allegedly developed for the purposes of blackmail of pension-fund trustees by Amazon director Jamie Gorelick in a conspiracy with some of the 5+ million personalities in the Internet Movie Database.
The Pig Farm: Robert Pickton Serial Killer Documentary
Former Onex Private equity managing director Nigel Wright bribed the former CTV News Editor Mike Duffy
“http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0255476/newsNews for The Pig Farm (2000) More at IMDbProThe Pig Farm 4 November 2011 10:49 AM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news » Audiences today have a fascination with serial killers: we have Criminal Minds, a TV show about catching serial killers; Dexter, a show about a serial killer; and movie franchises like the Hannibal Lecter films, Saw, etc. In some cases, these fictional stories take their cues from real-life killers, such as in the case of Robbie “Willie” Pickton, who killed tens of women on his Vancouver pig farm. The exact number of women Pickton killed may never be known and the information surrounding his case has long been incomplete due to the gag order on some of the key people in his case, himself included. It’s been years since Pickton was caught and only now have many of the details of his case come to light thanks to The Pig Farm, which features testimonies of Pickton’s closest friends, survivors of his rampage, and family and friends of victims.”
“TheNextRound is a leading provider of front and back office software solutions to the Private Equity and Alternative Investment communities. TNR Solution(TM) utilizes the latest technology and is built on Microsoft’s .NET framework. The software is used by General Partners, Limited Partners, Fund of Funds, Hedge Funds, and Service Providers. Sample clients include Bain Capital, Parthenon Capital, Nokia Venture Partners, Columbia Endowment, Advent International, bcIMC, ONEX Corporation[alleged source of Duffy’s pay-per-view bribe money], Softbank, Mobius Venture Capital, and others.”
“SS&C Acquires TheNextRound, Inc. Acquisition Expands Private Equity Software Capabilities
WINDSOR, CT – November 20 – SS&C Technologies, Inc. (www.ssctech.com), a global provider of financial services software and software-enabled services, today announced it has acquired TheNextRound, Inc., a leading provider of software solutions for the private equity and alternative investment communities.
The acquisition extends and complements SS&C’s private equity software and services offering for the alternative investment management market. With more than 225 clients in 25 countries and 45 skilled professionals, TheNextRound (TNR) is a privately-held company and is a recognized leader in software for the private equity, family office, real estate partnership and alternative management space. TNR’s flagship product, TNR Solution™, is an enterprise solution that supports the full breadth of front to back office capabilities, including partnership accounting, investor relations, CRM, fundraising, deal, fund and portfolio management, GL and reporting for fund managers, investors, and fund investors.
“TheNextRound is an excellent addition to the SS&C portfolio,” said Bill Stone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, SS&C Technologies, Inc. “We are now well positioned to offer a comprehensive end-to-end private equity and alternative investment management solution.”
“We are very pleased to be joining forces with SS&C,” said Vipul Minocha, President, TheNextRound,Inc. “SS&C has a solid understanding of the TNR offering and the alternative investment management marketplace. SS&C’s global presence and financial strength in the alternative investment segment will enhance TNR’s position as a strong leader and allow us to retain our technology edge and provide better support for our clients.”
About TheNextRound, Inc. TheNextRound is a leading provider of front and back office software solutions to the Private Equity and Alternative Investment communities. TNR Solution™ utilizes the latest technology and is built on Microsoft’s .NET framework. The software is used by General Partners, Limited Partners, Fund of Funds, Hedge Funds, and Service Providers worldwide. To learn more, please visit www.TheNextRound.com.
About SS&C Technologies SS&C delivers investment and financial management software and related services focused exclusively on the financial services industry. By leveraging expertise in common investment business functions, SS&C cost effectively serves clients in the different industry segments, including: 1) insurance entities and pension funds, 2) institutional asset management, 3) hedge funds and family offices, 4) financial institutions, 5) municipal finance, 6) real estate property management, 7) commercial lending and 8) financial markets. Additional information is available at www.ssctech.com.
“‘A disaster in every way’ Pickton sister
Suzanne Fournier and Steve Berry The Province
Sunday, June 23, 2002
Their family roots date back 100 years, their history steeped in the rural traditions of hog farming.
Forensic osteology students and RCMP sift through excavated soil in their search for human remains on the Pickton pig farm, set eerily amid tony subdivisions.
The Pickton family put down roots in Port Coquitlam in 1905 when William Pickton bought land near Essondale Mental Hospital. There, the family raised hogs until their land was expropriated for the Lougheed Highway.
Their new pig farm — the now notorious one, splashed across TV screens around the world — was purchased in 1963, when Leonard and Helen Louise Pickton put down $18,000 for the swampy, 40-acre lot.
The family moved into the ramshackle farmhouse on Dominion Road with teen sons David Francis and Robert William, widely known as Willie. The Picktons’ oldest child, Linda, who had spent most of her teen years away at school, never lived in the house.
This property became known as Piggy’s Palace after the Pickton brothers turned it into an after-hours club. ‘We had 1,800 people at one of my parties and my parties were cleaner than any bar downtown,’ says Dave Pickton.
The club was run by a non-profit group called the Good Times Society that the brothers founded in 1996 to hold “fundraisers” for women’s groups and minor hockey leagues. Dave equipped Piggy’s, which attracted a varied crowd ranging from bikers to the local mayor of the day, with a dance floor and sound system and hired security from White Knights Security Services.
“We had 1,800 people at one of my parties and my parties were cleaner than any goddamn bar downtown,” says Dave.
The club was eventually shut down by bylaw and fire officials in a zoning dispute. The society dissolved in 2000.
Depending on who you talk to, the Pickton brothers were either big-hearted farm boys or slightly creepy characters.
Both brothers did have run-ins with the law. In July of 1992, Dave Pickton was convicted of the sexual assault of a female construction worker at a site he was excavating. Dave was fined $1,000, given 30 days’ probation and ordered to have no contact with the victim.
Land records show the Pickton siblings sold the north end of their farm in 1994 for $1,760,000 to Eternal Holdings, which built the townhouse development now known as Parkside Place.
In July of 1995, the city of Port Coquitlam paid the Picktons about $1.2 million for a site that became Blakeburn Park.
The Coquitlam School District then bought the Blakeburn Elementary School site from the Picktons for $2.3 million.
Last March, the Pickton siblings sold a chunk of land for $769,469. It has become Heritage Meadows, an attractive subdivision of townhouses — some with a view of Willie’s trailer, stripped to its studs by police.
But development costs for landfill, hydro, roads and other infrastructure averaged $196,000 an acre, says Linda Pickton, for a total cost of almost $5 million. That wiped out much of the subdivision sale profits, she says.
The siblings, whose names are still on a development permit application posted on their property, had hoped they’d finally make money from the sale of the remaining farm site — the one on which police plan to dig and sift for at least a year.
In the end, says Linda, the family has been left nearly broke, without enough money to cover Willie’s legal bills. His lawyer, Peter Ritchie, has placed a $375,000 lien on the property.
The total value of all the sales is close to $7 million and the farm itself is assessed at more than $3 million. And the family owns other property.
Linda Pickton confirmed that although she still owns the Dominion Road farm with her brothers — “it was an inheritance from our parents” — she is not an owner of the Piggy’s Palace Burns Road site, but “I do have a mortgage on it because they [her brothers] couldn’t afford to pay me.” firstname.lastname@example.org”
bcIMC of Canada Selects SS&C’s LMS™ for Loan Management
WINDSOR, CT – January 30, 2002 — SS&C Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSNC) today announced British Columbia Investment Management Corp. (bcIMC), one of Canada’s largest institutional investors, has selected the Company’s LMS system for comprehensive loan management, reporting and accounting.
“We conducted a pretty extensive search encompassing a dozen potential vendors, and SS&C’s LMS system clearly provided an edge in terms of overall functionality to meet our needs,” said Dean Atkins, Vice President, Mortgages at bcIMC. “We are beginning our installation now, and we look forward to developing a strong partnership with SS&C.”
“Adding bcIMC to our premier list of LMS clients demonstrates our ability to deliver Canadian GAAP along with the necessary OSFI requirements. LMS’ strength in the Canadian market, evidenced by our work with leading firms like bcIMC, is based upon LMS’ robust functionality and SS&C’s commitment to meeting the needs of Canadian Insurance, Pension and Asset Management firms,” said John Stone, Vice President of SS&C’s Real Estate business.
About bcIMC The British Columbia Investment Management Corporation provides professional funds management services for public bodies and publicly administered trust funds. Public sector pension plans constitute the largest client group and account for approximately 70 percent of the assets under bcIMC’s administration.
As one of the largest institutional investors in Canada, bcIMC offers its public sector trust clients a wide range of investment services and options. Additional information is available at www.bcimc.gov.bc.ca.
About LMS SS&C’s LMS is the market-leading mortgage loan management system, incorporating imaging, mapping, and wireless capabilities to enhance underwriters’ capacity for decision-making, ease-of-use and access to information. These features enable clients to better identify opportunities, facilitate securitization and other loan management processes, and comply with MBA and CMSA reporting requirements. LMS integrates all aspects of the loan management process – application and commitment, servicing, accounting, and loan disposition – incorporating a logical, user-friendly workflow. LMS is Internet-enabled and can be deployed remotely using Internet technology, as a Windows 32-bit local client/server system, or both. The system leverages the reporting power of Microsoft SQL 2000.
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