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Jim Wening

Jim Wening is the market president in San Diego for Chase, and the market leadership team chairman for Orange County, Inland Empire and San Diego.

Reverse mortgages offer financing options for seniors, retirees

Some seniors who were looking forward to blowing out 62 candles on their birthday cake and qualifying for a reverse mortgage were surprised to find out they didn’t qualify for one because the value of their home dropped.

How to find the right business banker

If you are a multibillion dollar corporation, you have an entire financial department with CPAs to help find the right banking relationship. This article isn’t for you. But, if you are like so many small to medium-sized San Diego businesses, where you, as the owner or CEO, are wearing more hats than you can possibly hang on your hat rack, here are some suggestions:

Teresa Halleck

It has been just over two years since Teresa Halleck joined as president and CEO of San Diego County Credit Union, San Diego’s largest locally owned financial institution.

Tory Nixon

Tory Nixon is executive vice president and San Diego division president for California Bank & Trust, San Diego’s largest locally headquartered bank.

Home prices rose in July in 20 major US cities

WASHINGTON — Home prices kept rising in July across the United States, buoyed by greater sales and fewer foreclosures.

How do merchant services help boost the bottom line?

Businesses of all sizes are now able to cost-effectively sell their products and services across the globe if they have a merchant account with Web access and online processing. In today’s market, there is no need to invest in pricey point-of-sale systems when you can easily transact business 24/7 by accessing a virtual terminal via personal computer. If a customer requires mobile processing for events such as fairs and art shows, wireless terminals and technology can support that.

Chase partners with nonprofits to distribute 1,200 backpacks to students in City Heights

The average cost for backpacks and school supplies is $100 and can be a burdensome cost to many families. Looking to ease the stress of back-to-school season, Chase, City Heights Partnership for Children, and World Vision partnered last month to pack and distribute 1,200 backpacks for under-resourced students living in City Heights.

No ethics charge for Democratic Calif. Rep. Waters

WASHINGTON — California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters won't be charged with ethics violations following allegations she steered a $12 million federal bailout to a bank where her husband owns stock.

A look at the richest self-made women in America

Women have helped build some of the biggest companies in America, and they have the bank accounts to show for it. A look at some of the nation's female self-made billionaires on this year's Forbes 400 list:

Cities challenge California's redevelopment law

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California cities announced Monday that they are challenging a law that gives state finance officials the power to take local tax revenue as community redevelopment agencies are being dismantled.

Chase is an integral part of California, committed to the state’s success

Each and every day, Chase does our part to help families and local businesses fuel our economic recovery. We are committed to helping families stay in their homes, lending and investing in communities and providing critical services and support to help move our economy forward.

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Roundtables

Banks are ‘hungry for assets,’ experts say

Local banks are “flush with liquidity” and competing for loans to turn that cash into an interest-earning asset, local experts said at a recent roundtable discussion hosted by The Daily Transcript and sponsored by Squar Milner.

Who's Who in Banking & Finance 2012

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