Honorary Advisor Summit

The BundesInitiative of honorary advisers invited on Thursday, November 19, 2009, to the second nationwide Honorary Advisor Summit and reported to the concrete results. Berlin. On Thursday, November 19, 2009, the second nationwide Honorary Advisor Summit took place in Berlin. Around 100 participants could learn about the very latest developments in the industry and discussed with high-level representatives from politics and Government, as well as special technical experts to the further establishment of the honorary consulting in Germany. We have positioned the BundesInitiative of the honorary consultant since its inception in March 2009 with more than 500 members to the already second most advocacy for the honorary advice in whole Germany. \”explains Ulf Niklas, co-founder and spokesman of BundesInitiative of the Honorary Adviser.

You would now continue this successful path. The record of the last six months is very successful: at, we have a public and free for the customer search portal for honorary consultants unlocked the BundesInitiative in numerous congresses and trade fairs actively represent and so ensures a continuous coverage in the media. Only so our good arguments for the honorary consulting to the customers.\” Kai Drabe, also co-founder of the initiative, explains: we have us particularly pleased to be able to welcome senior representatives of politics and Government at our Summit. The success of our previous work documented the interest.\” Mr Frank Schaffler, Member of the German Bundestag, and at the same time the Chairman of his faction in the Finance Committee of the Bundestag, explicitly welcome the commitment of the initiative. Honorary consulting just do well the market. It was now important to merge the good arguments in a possible strong advocacy and the Government facing intense and persistent. In this context Mr Dr. Erich Paetz was representative, Ministerialrat in the Federal Ministry of consumer protection, head of consumer finance quality offensive and in the functions of the Federal Government, of course, a particularly sought-after participant have been.


What is a D & O insurance? What does it cover? And how to exclude from it? For whom the D & O insurance is suitable that as Manager insurance called police was created specifically for executives at companies, which through their business activities of personal liability are subject to and may be required to pay damages. These include supervisory boards as well as managing directors and Board members. But also officers and general agents can interfere in the course of their activities in situations, in which they are liable. Just then, when strategic decisions are made, such insurance is absolutely necessary. The same applies, incidentally, when Manager activities are incorporated into foundations or sports clubs that personal liability, that insurance can be secured by a D & O applies also here sometimes. s. The scope of services of D & O insurance D & O insurance is always then, when a third person is a Claim for damages against the insured wants to enforce. This regulated claims for damages not only internally, so if the company due to a wrong decision would sue for compensation by the Manager.

Even if a strategic decision in the external relationship constitutes a claim for damages, the insurance will pay. She occur also against insolvency administrators, competitors and authorities if they want to assert any claims for damages. The services of D & O insurance is not only regulating the agreed sums of damage. The insurance is rather to examine the full facts of the case and finally decide on the basis of the facts whether a regulation is made. Arises from the audit but that the claim for damages is unfounded, this is also dismissed and shunned by the Manager.

The insurance so ensures that executives, managers and supervisory board members fully carry out their job and to can use for your company. The conclusion of the D & O insurance due to the numerous benefits and high risks in the Manager field it is important to have a D & O insurance. It protects the Manager from damages and regulates them so that insured persons are protected before, to introduce their own assets or even lose. Generally insurance completes the D & O not the Manager itself, but the company, in which it operates. Even so, the company ensure that managers can work here undisturbed and without worrying about the consequences the company engage in.


In one of the first classes that we are witnessing in the Centre professional of haute cuisine in Caracas, Venezuela, when we began to study cuisine, chef of the Marianne Pineda theoretical class, made a dynamic that consisted of testing different spices and seasonings for cooking. The goal was to learn to differentiate flavors, aromas, learn to spice up and know the compatibilities. We learned that most known herb mixture is the ship of garni (thyme, bay leaf, parsley and celery), all wrapped in a leaf of Leek (porro garlic), used for flavouring different dishes; the mirepoix is a mixture of vegetable compound cut onion, celery, carrot, used to give taste and aroma to the funds; that depices sachet, is a bouquet of herbs and spices formed by thyme, parsley, bay leaf, peppercorns, crushed garlic and cloves, which is used to add flavor to the funds and Provence herbs, is a mixture of thyme, parsley, Rosemary, marjoram, oregano, Basil and laurel, which the French popularized to perfume their dishes. The memory I have fresh that out of class, everyone complained by their troubled stomachs of both test condiments. Now we understand perfectly the importance of that class to differentiate and identify the flavours of the cuisine. The previous week wrote of the importance of the sauce in the flavors of Latin cuisine and how could enrich by adding herbs and spices. Following in this pattern, this week write of condiments and the flavours of the world are characterized as its uses.

For example the pesto is purely Italian, ginger suggest East and Mint to the Middle East. Another important aspect is to know the compatibilities of the herbs and spices.


Also herbs and spices characterized the different flavors of the world. For example the Hungarian cuisine uses onion, garlic, paprika, dill, pepper and the ubiquitous paprika; Mexican cuisine: garlic, onion, fresh chillies, oregano, bay leaf, cumin and coriander; Indian cuisine: garlic, onion, ginger, paprika, curry, cumin, mint, turmeric and red pepper; Chinese cuisine: garlic, onion, ginger, sauce, soy, chives, red pepper, hoisin sauce (plum sauce), sesame oil and vinegar; French cuisine: garlic, onion, bacon, butter, thyme, Rosemary, marjoram, Sage, tarragon, laurel, mustard dijon and cream of milk; Italian cuisine: garlic, onion, olive oil, basil, oregano, Rosemary, marjoram, Sage, laurel, and peperoncini; Japanese cuisine: sansho (Japanese pepper), algae, chilies, orange peel, seeds of poppy, wasabi (spicy condiment) and poppy seeds; Cajun cuisine: garlic, onion, pepper Cayenne and chili powder, and Mediterranean cooking garlic, onion, paprika, nails of species, cumin, turmeric, coriander and Mint. We love the curry dishes as chicken curry one of our favourites, here give them is the recipe from this week. Until soon friends..