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Women to watch in healthcare, energy, aerospace and technology

by in Energy | Featured | Tech | Women In Business

Here are some of the the Arizona innnovators who Az Business magazine thinks will be making waves in healthcare, energy, aerospace and technology in 2013: Ruth Carter Owner, Carter Law Firm carterlawaz.com Her background: After graduating from ASU Law School in 2011, she opened her own law firm in January 2012 and focused her practice… Read More →

YWCA Hosts 2013 Tribute To Leadership Gala

Desert Schools - community service and leadership award
by in Business News | Events

YWCA Maricopa County will Host its 20th annual Tribute To Leadership Gala on February 23, 2013, at the Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix at 6:00pm. Guests will be provided an elegant setting to dine and dance to the wonderful Upper East Side Big Band. Tribute To Leadership, our largest event of the year, will honor those who have… Read More →

Are Arizona banks lending?

Enterprise Bank
by in Banking | Business News | Economy

Are they or aren’t they? Banks can only stay in business by making loans, not turning away customers who want to borrow money. So why does the public believe that banks aren’t lending? “The truth of the matter is that when things were really bad a few years ago, banks weren’t lending,” said Robert Sarver,… Read More →

Are Arizona’s anti-deficiency statutes feeding the bubble?

by in Banking | Economy | Featured

Jack and Jill were living the American dream. They bought their dream house in 2006. Then, the economy spiraled downward. Jack lost his job. Housing values dropped, and the amount remaining on Jack and Jill’s mortgage exceeded the value of the property — commonly known as having a house that is “under water.” Jack and… Read More →

Are Arizona’s anti-deficiency statutes feeding the bubble?

by in Banking | Economy | Featured

Jack and Jill were living the American dream. They bought their dream house in 2006. Then, the economy spiraled downward. Jack lost his job. Housing values dropped, and the amount remaining on Jack and Jill’s mortgage exceeded the value of the property — commonly known as having a house that is “under water.” Jack and… Read More →

Valley Forward Exands its horizon

by in Business News | Green

Timing is everything, even when it comes to Mother Nature. “In 2010, we got an $85,000 grant to look at some federal issues on sustainability,” says Diane Brossart, president and CEO of Valley Forward, which brings business and civic leaders together to improve the environment and livability of Valley communities. “We were asked to target… Read More →

National Bank of Arizona seeks Woman of the Year

National Bank of Arizona (NB|AZ) announces its fourth annual Women’s Financial Group (WFG) Woman of the Year Award, which is designed to honor outstanding professional women throughout metropolitan Phoenix. Nominations are being accepted now through January 31, 2013. The Woman of the Year Award recognizes professional women who have successfully made a positive impact in… Read More →

Zions opening Corporate Trust Services office in Phoenix

by in Business News | Finance

Zions Bank announced that Gregory G. Cross will open and manage a new Corporate Trust Services office in Phoenix. Cross will lead a team of seasoned professionals providing an array of custom financial services to debt-issuing authorities including municipalities, government agencies and corporations. The new office is located at 6001 No. 24th St., Building B,… Read More →

National Bank of Arizona Hires New Business Banking Manager

by in Business News | Economy | Finance | Small Biz

National Bank of Arizona (NB|AZ) announced the hire of new business banking manager, Ward Hickey. Hickey has more than 25 years of experience in the Arizona banking industry, specializing in entrepreneurship, business development and small business administration (SBA) lending. “I am thrilled to join the NB|AZ team,” Hickey said. “I’m looking forward to expanding the… Read More →

Ecova Takes Energy Savings to the Bank with National Bank of Arizona

by in Blogs

Ecova, a total energy and sustainability management company, announced that National Bank of Arizona – a premier bank in Arizona with more than 70 branches – has successfully implemented a complete energy management program. National Bank of Arizona (NB|AZ) can now accurately and efficiently track energy consumption and cost data monthly and leverage that data… Read More →

National Bank of Arizona adds medical banking services

National Bank of Arizona (NB|AZ) announces the addition of premium, specialized banking services specifically for physicians, to accommodate the bank’s growing niche of medical banking clients. This specialty and expansion will be led by seasoned NB|AZ banker, Suzy Powell, and recent hire, Paula Wichterman. The new specialty provides an opportunity for local medical professionals to… Read More →

First Press Fine Wine Auction Benefits KJZZ Youth Media Project

First Press Fine Wine Auction
by in Events

The 10th Annual First Press Fine Wine Auction will benefit the KJZZ Youth Media Project. All proceeds from the auction go to the youth media program that allows KJZZ reporters to mentor high school students in the areas of journalism and reporting. The 10th Annual First Press Fine Wine Auction The 10th Annual First Press… Read More →

Now Is The Right Time For Business Lending, Financial Banking

Business Lending - AZ Business Magazine November/December 2011
by in AZ Business Magazine | Finance

Now is the Right Time for Business Lending, Financial Banking Now might be the right time for businesses looking for financial backing to reach out to banks to help with plans for expansion and growth. “When small businesses are given the tools to grow, that means growth for the economy,” says Craig P. Doyle, Arizona… Read More →

Arizona Bankers Association Impacts State’s Economy, Communities

Arizona Bankers Association, Bankers Give Back - AZ Business Magazine November/December 2011
by in AZ Business Magazine | Finance

Arizona Bankers Association Impacts State’s Economy, Communities Bank of Arizona President Ryan Suchala recognizes the importance of community. “This is where we live, work and play and in many cases the city where we are shaping our families,” Suchala says. “As a father of three I give my time to better our community because this… Read More →