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Ten Capital reaches $1 billion in managed assets

Ten Capital Wealth Advisors LLC, of Spokane, has reached $1 billion in assets under management between its home offices in Spokane and its offices in Seattle, Washington. “Reaching ($1 billion) lets us know we’re doing something right, to be able ...


ICCU to build new branch on South Hill

Chubbuck, Idaho-based Idaho Central Credit Union plans to open a new branch at the site of a former ...


Employee generosity grows with expanded options

Employers in a variety of industries say philanthropy is embedded within their company’s culture...


Careful giving strategies can have tax advantages

A carefully developed charitable-giving strategy empowers individuals and families to support ...


Foreclosures rise in INW, following national trend

Recent foreclosure activity in Spokane and Kootenai counties shows a significant increase during the...


Bank of America tower renovations are underway

The tallest building in Spokane has several ongoing construction projects that will improve multiple tenant spaces inside the 42-year-old tower. Over the last 16 months, the Bank of America Financial Center, at 601 W. Riverside, has had seven...


Parting Thoughts with bank executive Phyllis Campbell

A half-century after starting her banking career in Spokane, Phyllis Campbell, 71, has retired from her last banking role as chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co. for the financial services company’s Seattle-based Pacific Northwest region....


Millennials forced to play with unluckiest hand

Millennials, members of the generation born between 1981 and 1996, have been dubbed the “unluckiest generation” regarding financial timing. They are coming of age during economic instability and macro environment changes that have drastically ...


Kick-Start V venture-capital fund generates $3.8M

Spokane angel investor Tom Simpson says he has completed fundraising for Kick-Start V, a $3.8 million venture capital fund to invest in local and regional startups. ...


Spokane-area community banks counter failure fears

Many community and regional bank leaders here are focused on alleviating customer fears that two recent large bank failures could lead to further collapses in the banking industry. Such fallout hasn’t materialized at community banks in the Inland North...

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