Spokane Journal of Business

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Remitly opens Spokane office

Remitly, a Seattle-based international money transfer company that claims to serve nearly 2 million customers, has opened a Spokane office in the Bennett Block building, at 503 W. Main downtown. The company transfers more than $6 billion annually for c...

AristaPoint establishes office in Spokane

Kirkland, Washington-based AristaPoint, an insurance agency and private group market administrator, ...

Deposits rise for most banks with branches in Spokane area

Deposits at bank branches in the Spokane area grew by 1.7% in the 2019 fiscal year...

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2019 Rising Stars: Mary McDirmid

Mary McDirmid, managing director and special care planner at MassMutual Northwest, says nothing ...

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2019 Rising Stars: Adam Jackson

Ask Adam Jackson, Mountain West Bank’s assistant vice president of professional and commercial ...

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2019 Rising Stars: Rosemary Warnick

Rosemary Warnick, owner and president of Premier 1031 Inc., says she became a business owner almost by necessity, after her mentor died, leaving a void in service providers for Spokane-area commercial real estate transactions known as 1031 exchanges. ...

HomeStreet Bank sells three of its Spokane, Coeur d’Alene offices to HomeBridge

New Jersey-based mortgage lender HomeBridge Financial Services Inc. has acquired three HomeStreet Bank standalone home loan centers in the Spokane-Coeur d’Alene area as part of a larger transaction. In all, HomeBridge acquired 72 standalone home loan ...

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Q&A with Canopy Credit Union CEO Charlotte Nemec

Canopy Credit Union — formerly Spokane Federal Credit Union — has seen some changes in the past year. Last summer, Charlotte Nemec became the Spokane-based credit union’s president and CEO. Around that time, the credit union announced it was ...

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2019 Rising Stars James Krejci

It’s not just about the numbers for banker James Krejci. It’s about the relationships. “You have to be able to manage the interaction with customers and the people side of it, but in order to do it very well, you have to understand the numbers side...

Washington Trust Bank plans South Hill community center

Spokane-based Washington Trust Bank is moving forward with its plans to develop a neighborhood community center and coffee shop on a vacant pad site on Spokane’s South Hill. ...

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