Banking & Finance

Banking & Finance Notebook

April 30, 2017
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April Notebook

Banking & Finance articles

Investment firm continues expansion

Strong economy fuels county’s surging property values

Expert: Economy nears end of recession recovery phase

Land Bank economic impact: $42.9M

Can GR be another Silicon Valley?

River Bank Run ready for 40th start

Advisors honored by Financial Times and Barron's

EY names regional Entrepreneur of the Year finalists

Kayak maker merges with Canadian company

Private equity firm invests in industrial bakery

Michigan Supreme Court votes on inheritance dispute

Avoiding settlement agreements through higher-priority security interests

Startup raises $2M in funding

Entrepreneur invests in tech firm

Judge sentences bar owner for obstruction

Startup raises $40M in funding

M&A firm stresses preparation before purchase

Industrial building sells for $32.1M

Investment banking firm named to 'Advisor 100'

Credit union opening downtown

Change Ups

Rehmann in Troy was named to West Michigan’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For, for the 15th consecutive year.

Consumers Credit Union was selected as the Best and Brightest Midsize Company in the Nation and a Best and Brightest in Michigan.

Derek L’Huillier joined Macatawa Bank’s retail team as branch manager of its Grand Haven office, 15135 Whittaker Way.

Burton-based ELGA Credit Union acquired Valley State Credit Union.

Churchill Mortgage of Brentwood, Tennessee, announced the additions of Matthew den Dulk and Rosemary Roberts as home loan assistants at its Grand Rapids branch.

The City of Wyoming was awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. It’s Wyoming’s 28th GFOA award.

Accident Fund Insurance Company of America recognized the following with its 2016 President’s Club Award honorees. Qualifications include written premium exceeding $2 million, a cumulative loss ratio of 50 percent or less, and premium retention of 82 percent or higher. Local honorees: Arthur J. Gallagher RMS Inc.;Berends Hendricks Stuit Insurance Agency Inc., Grandville; Buiten & Associates LCC Division T & S;HUB International Midwest; and Van Wyk Risk Solutions.

Caroly Hofstee accepted the role of President/CEO of HUB International Midwest East

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