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  • Teresa Halleck

    President and CEOSan Diego County Credit Union

  • Women lead at Torrey Pines Bank

    Although you probably won’t hear these women talking about glass ceilings, they have broken right through it at Torrey Pines Bank. Their leadership skills have advanced them to senior roles within the bank. Each has also taken the helm to expand the bank’s presence with key niche audiences that are critical to the bank’s continued growth. With vast industry knowledge and a broad understanding of the local market, they deliver unparalleled personal guidance and advice for their customers above average results for the bank.

  • Paul Rodeno

    President and CEO

  • San Diego County Credit Union

    San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU) is San Diego’s largest locally-owned financial institution with assets of more than $5.2 billion, 217,000 customers and 28 convenient branch locations. SDCCU builds upon its excellent reputation as a solid lending partner by providing customers with friendly, efficient local service. SDCCU has money to lend and offers competitive programs for both residential and commercial real estate loans.

  • Tory Nixon

    Executive Vice President, San Diego Division President

  • Retirement investment advice rules delayed to 2012

    The Department of Labor said Monday it will delay until next year its plan to implement new rules regulating investment advice for 401(k) plans and individual retirement accounts.

  • CONNECT succeeds in spawning innovation among San Diego’s sports businesses

    At a recent CONNECT San Diego Sport Innovators (SDSI) gathering at the Challenged Athletes Foundation on Waples Street, panelists shared a common theme. Regardless of a company’s start date, size or product niche, each conferred that tapping into local scientific, research, media, marketing and finance communities is key to growth.

  • Credit card defaults, late payments continue slide

    NEW YORK — It was a bumpy summer for credit card issuers, but most of the top banks reported that their customers continued to make their payments on time.

  • Smart solutions for managing cash flow

    Your business may be profitable, but if you’re not managing your cash flow efficiently, you could be missing out on opportunities to grow your business. Of course you always want to keep enough cash on hand to make sure your bills are paid on time, yet if you have too much cash, those idle funds may not be earning much interest. Consider these solutions to help you improve your cash flow:

  • KeyBank revamping debit rewards program

    Want debit rewards? You may have to make a bigger commitment to your bank.

  • Fund managers: Bleak outlook in European crisis

    BOSTON (AP) — The American Revolution was about breaking with Great Britain, and asserting independence from European powers.

  • SEC ex-counsel Becker referred to Justice Dept. for Madoff work

  • BofA said to dismiss 13 investment bankers in industrials group

    Bank of America Corp., the biggest U.S. lender, dismissed 13 investment bankers in its industrials group, including managing directors David Iwan and Egan Antill, said two people with direct knowledge of the actions.

  • US mortgage finance head: shift risk from Treasury

    RALEIGH, North Carolina — Government-controlled mortgage buyers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac may reduce taxpayer risk by requiring more mortgage insurance from borrowers and charging lenders higher fees, steps that could increase borrowing costs, the head of their government caretaker agency said Monday.

  • SEC says it likely tossed some info on big banks

    WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission has acknowledged that some documents from preliminary investigations of major banks and convicted swindler Bernard Madoff likely were destroyed under a former agency policy.

  • Citi to raise monthly fees on checking accounts

    Citi is raising the monthly fee on its basic checking account.

  • Google adds Visa, Amex, Discover cards to Wallet

    NEW YORK — Google's Wallet is getting thicker. The company is adding Visa, American Express and Discover to its payment system, which aims to make cellphones the credit cards of tomorrow.

  • SD commercial bankruptcies amongst highest in nation

    Commercial bankruptcy rates may be falling nationwide, but the same can't be said of San Diego.

  • 9/11 legacy includes effect on housing boom and bust

    In the months after the attacks of Sept. 11, the Federal Reserve took a series of steps to lower overnight interest rates in order to ensure the tenuous economy didn’t tip back into recession. The economy, still recovering from the dot-com bust and dealing with the psychological effects of the attacks, needed to be propped up in the form of easy money, according to Chairman Alan Greenspan and the rest of the Fed.

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Who's Who in Banking & Finance - 2008

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Read about local banking and finance executives, updates on real estate financing and subprime loans, Internet banking and more in this special annual report.

Who's Who in Banking & Finance - 2006

San Diego's economy remains dynamic and robust, and competition among area banks remains tough. Learn more about who's who in San Diego banking as we profile local leaders in this annual report.

Who's Who in Banking & Finance - 2005

Find out what's going on among local banks -- who are some of the new faces, how are banks holding up against competition -- in this annual report. We'll profile local banking leaders and share FDIC data on their institutions.