The experts weigh in on regulatory reform as our weeklong feature on finance and investing continues.

  • Expert Insights: Regulatory reform

    Terrance Bruggeman is chairman, president and CEO of Geneve Bio Inc. and a member/mentor of the Chairmen's RoundTable.

  • Expert Insights: Regulatory reform

    Paul Rodeno is president and CEO of Security Business Bank. He has more than 20 years of experience in business and retail/private banking at all levels, and has served in a variety of senior management positions during the last 15 years.

  • Expert Insights: Regulatory reform

    Tony Cherin, Ph.D., is a professor emeritus of finance at San Diego State University. His fields of interest include banking, financial markets, financial services and investments.

  • U.S. financial market bailout tab hits $4.7 trillion

    WASHINGTON -- The federal government has devoted $4.7 trillion to help the financial sector through its crisis, a level of assistance equal to about one-third of the overall U.S. economy, a watchdog report said Monday.

  • Rising unemployment accelerates foreclosure crisis

    WASHINGTON -- Relentlessly rising unemployment is triggering more home foreclosures, threatening the Obama administration's efforts to end the housing crisis and diminishing hopes the economy will rebound with vigor.

  • Key considerations when selling your privately held company

    In today's challenging business environment, opportunistic buyers are looking to acquire small and mid-sized companies at bargain prices. If you're looking to sell your privately held company, there are a number of things you can do at the outset to increase your sales price, make the sale process flow smoothly and maximize your work opportunities once the sale is completed.

  • Venture capital ticks up in 2Q

    More venture capital dollars flowed into San Diego in the second quarter, with the number of deals looking comparable to figures from years past, according to the latest data from Dow Jones VentureSource.

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  • U.S. financial market bailout tab hits $4.7 trillion

    WASHINGTON -- The federal government has devoted $4.7 trillion to help the financial sector through its crisis, a level of assistance equal to about one-third of the overall U.S. economy, a watchdog report said Monday.

  • Rising unemployment accelerates foreclosure crisis

    WASHINGTON -- Relentlessly rising unemployment is triggering more home foreclosures, threatening the Obama administration's efforts to end the housing crisis and diminishing hopes the economy will rebound with vigor.

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Investing and Finance Week

Learn more about how San Diego businesses and business people are heavily affected by banking, finance and investment markets in this annual feature. All week long, we’ll take a special look at Investment Opportunities, Business and Personal Finance Options.

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Finance Week - Thursday

Industry specialists discuss the business of banking.

Finance Week - Tuesday

Find out what local advisers and analysts have to say about the state of the investment industry.

Finance Week - Monday

Local experts weigh in on the current financing environment and opportunities as we kick off this special week-long feature.

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Investing and Finance Week

Learn more about how San Diego businesses and business people are heavily affected by banking, finance and investment markets in this annual feature. All week long, we’ll take a special look at Investment Opportunities, Business and Personal Finance Options.