california

East West reports 21% profit increase on loan growth, fee income

01/26/17

Income from derivative fees climbs 47%.

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How poor communication killed a bank deal

01/24/17

Heritage Oaks in California ended talks with an unnamed institution when it couldn't get a response on a regulatory concern.

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Hope Bancorp to buy U & I Financial in Seattle

01/23/17

The acquisition is the first for Hope since a transformative merger last year.

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Banc of California plans corporate reform in wake of Sugarman departure

01/23/17

The once high-flying company could also face higher legal costs tied to an SEC probe into recent disclosures.

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Blue Gate Bank opens in Southern California

01/23/17

The bank is among a handful of de novos to have its charter approved since 2009.

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Sugarman resigns from Banc of California as SEC probes recent disclosures

01/23/17

The company also admitted that certain details in an October press release were inaccurate.

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Opus Co-President Allison steps down

01/12/17

The California bank, grappling with credit-quality issues, did not say when – or if – a successor will be named

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Municipal finance gains traction at smaller banks

01/12/17

First Internet Bancorp is the latest institution to enter the business or to significantly expand operations.

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People's Utah gets early start on CFO succession

01/11/17

People's Utah Bancorp in American Fork has its next chief financial officer waiting in the wings a year in advance.

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Little Saigon News Files for Bankruptcy Following Defamation Dispute

04/16/15

A war of words between two newspapers for the Vietnamese immigrant community has landed one paper in bankruptcy court.

The Little Saigon News, a Vietnamese-language newspaper distributed in 17 U.S. cities, filed for bankruptcy earlier this week after facing a $4.5 million penalty for declaring that a rival publication is owned by the Communist government.

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