Archive of: Banking/Financial Services

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Small biz experience in not-for-profit role

A dedicated financial professional in a not-for-profit organization provides positive engagement with management and the board of directors to accomplish overall mission – that describes Richele Center, a finalist for 2017 Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2017

14 Finalists for Financial Execs awards

Financial leaders of 14 private companies, non-profit organizations and government units are being judged for 2017 South Sound Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2017

‘Economy not as bad as pols say’

A major bank's economist says the large run-up in stock markets since last November's election could lead consumers to spend more in 2017, enough to raise the national GDP rate by 1 percent. His views on Tacoma were central to a breakfast session today.

March 2017

BECU employees work for neighborhoods

Largest credit union in the state shares its record of charitable giving and membership growth for 2016.

February 2017

Port’s bond rating improves

The fiscal management by Port of Olympia has impressed investment advisors to the point that they have raised the credit rating on bonds.

February 2017

South Sound mourns leader’s death

Members of her local community as well as industry associates from across the country are remembering Melanie Dressel today as a unique talent, who will be greatly missed.

February 2017

Bank CEO’s passing being absorbed

The dynamic executive leader of regional powerhouse Columbia Bank passed away suddenly late Sunday. Her family and hundreds of employees, along with thousands who felt her passion for community are in mourning.

February 2017

Record net income in Q4, 2016 for Columbia Bank

Tacoma-based Columbia Bank has announced a record fourth quarter net income of $30.7 million, one of several superlatives on the bank’s Q4 results report.

January 2017

Heritage CEO touts bank's loan growth in 2016 Q4

Heritage Financial Corporation has reported a net income of $9.9 million for the fourth quarter, contributing to a 2016 CEO Brian Vance touted as "an overall positive year of performance."

January 2017

Chamber recognizes leaders

Local business and community leaders in greater Shelton recognized special examples of volunteerism and engagement at the Chamber's annual meeting.

January 2017
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