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AXA Advisors Southwest earns Governor’s Award

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The Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism announced that AXA Advisors Southwest, a leading provider of financial services for consumers and businesses, has been named a recipient of the 2015 Governor’s Volunteer Service Award for its dedicating to volunteerism, fundraising and general community service. AXA Advisors Southwest was honored by Governor Doug Ducey’s office on… Read More →

Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator Helps Tech Innovators

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Wells Fargo began accepting applications through October 1 from young companies interested in joining the new Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator, a semiannual boot camp for innovators whose technology ideas in payments, deposits, fraud, operations and other fields could shape future customer experiences in financial services. Wells Fargo will make a direct equity investment of $50,000… Read More →

Tiffany & Bosco Expands Financial Services Practice

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The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced that Matthew D. Dayton has joined the firm’s Las Vegas Office as an associate in the firm’s national financial services practice. His practice focuses primarily on real estate, foreclosure mediation/arbitration, unlawful detainer, and bankruptcy and creditor’s rights. Matthew is admitted to practice before the United States… Read More →

Tiffany & Bosco Expands Financial Services Practice

Dayton, Matt

The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced that Matthew D. Dayton has joined the firm’s Las Vegas Office as an associate in the firm’s national financial services practice. His practice focuses primarily on real estate, foreclosure mediation/arbitration, unlawful detainer, and bankruptcy and creditor’s rights. Matthew is admitted to practice before the United States… Read More →

Arizona Centennial Series: Looking Ahead At The State’s Next Century

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by in AZ Business Magazine | Tech

Arizona Centennial — Forward thinking: Algae, solar, personalized medicine or none of the above? Some of Arizona’s greatest minds look ahead at the state’s next century A century ago, Arizonans with an entrepreneurial spirit ventured deep into the deserts and mountains in search of gold and copper. Today, as Arizona celebrates its 100th birthday, their… Read More →

Assessing The Effectiveness Of Corporate Governance Is Critical

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by in Economy

Leading in Troubled Times Everyone loves a scapegoat. The financial crisis that started in 2008 is no exception. When share values plunged worldwide, companies closed and millions lost their jobs, homers and savings. Shareholders, the public and politicians pointed fingers. Directors of troubled companies found themselves in the line of fire, regardless of whether their… Read More →

Johnson Bank Closing 4 Offices In Arizona

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by in Economy | Finance | Workforce

Johnson Bank offices in Phoenix, Mesa Peoria and Rio Verde will close their doors on Jan. 8, 2011, it was announced today. The closings come as a part of the bank’s plan “to maintain the health of the business in the midst of depressed economic conditions,” according to a company press release. Arizona office closing… Read More →

The Wave Of Bank Mergers Has Changed The State’s Financial-Services Landscape

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The banking industry has plenty of troubles, but in Arizona, the least of its problems is the aftermath of recent mergers. Bankers and industry observers say the state’s financial-services landscape hasn’t significantly changed because of the consolidations. Other than the usual branch closings and potential employee layoffs, they don’t see a big shakeup looming. One… Read More →

A Custom Fit EDU

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By Don Harris From two hours to two years, customized education programs are being offered to boost the performance and expertise of executive-level employees — and as a result improve a company’s bottom line. Often, businesses struggle with putting the right person in the right leadership position. Even then, there might be gaps between what… Read More →