Morning Minutes: What will make headlines, May 12, 2016

Parliamentary Secretary of Home Affairs Amrin Amin will deliver the opening address at the Care Network's workplan seminar.
Parliamentary Secretary of Home Affairs Amrin Amin will deliver the opening address at the Care Network's workplan seminar.ST PHOTO: LAU FOOK KONG

Good morning! Morning Minutes is a round-up of stories that will break on Thursday, May 12, and which we think you'd be interested in.

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Care Network's workplan seminar

Voluntary welfare organisations and other groups will share the latest initiatives and developments in the aftercare sector for ex-offenders at a workplan seminar today (May 12). Parliamentary Secretary for Home Affairs Amrin Amin will deliver the opening address at the Community Action for the Rehabilitation of Ex-offenders (Care) Network’s workplan seminar. 

London hosting anti-corruption talks


British Prime Minister David Cameron will be hosting an anti-corruption summit in London today (May 12). PHOTO: EPA

World leaders, non-governmental organisations and financial institutions gather in London today (May 12) for an anti-corruption summit that British Prime Minister David Cameron, who is the host, has said will spur new global action in the wake of the Panama Papers leaks. There is speculation that Mr Cameron will announce measures to tackle money laundering through London’s luxury property market. The summit also comes after Mr Cameron called Nigeria and Afghanistan, two countries planning to attend the summit, “possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world” in remarks inadvertently made public.

Wealth report looks at sports


Everton's Bryan Oviedo and Leicester's Andy King in action on May 8, 2016. Knight Frank's Wealth Report for 2016 will focus on sports, particularly football, which has enjoyed a huge leap of interest from wealthy investors. PHOTO: REUTERS

Knight Frank will today (May 12) unveil its Wealth Report for 2016. Its spotlight will be trained on sports, particularly football, which has seen a huge leap of interest from wealthy investors who are looking for new ways to invest their money. The report will examine the performance of residential markets around Premier League clubs in England.