The French American Chamber of Commerce, Rocky Mountain Chapter announces the Keynote Speaker for Le Gala 2017, its annual fundraiser. Kwame Yamgnane, co-founder and managing director of School 42 will present the successes of this unique and tuition free coding universities in the World.
Criminal defense attorney Christopher T. Braddock was recently recognized as a 2017 AV Preeminent Attorney by Martindale-Hubbell®, an award he also received last year.
Commerce Bank announced the hiring of Parker Heikes to manage Denver's energy portfolio.
Elevations Credit Union funded nearly $1.4 billion in mortgage loan production in 2016, making the credit union the No. 1 mortgage lender in Boulder and Broomfield Counties, the No. 6 in Larimer County and the No. 10 mortgage lender in the Denver Metro Area, according to Land Title Guarantee Company's 2016 Year End Report released this spring.
The EagleVail Golf Club will open its award-winning PGA golf course for regular season play on Saturday, April 22, 2017.
In response to the Trump Administration's proposal to eliminate funding for the U.S. Treasury Department's Community Development Financial Institutions Fund, Colorado Enterprise Fund's presidents and CEO, Ceyl Prinster released a statement.
Pinnacle Bancorp announced it will acquire AmFirst Bank.
Centennial Bank and Trust announces that Jim Basey, CEO, has been honored by the Colorado Bankers Association with the 2017 Bankers of Distinction award.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) brought in a record $1 million at its annual fundraiser, Saturday Night Alive, March 4. The 37-year-old fundraiser benefits the DCPA’s extensive theatre education programs, which serve more than 105,000 students each year.
H.W. Kaufman Financial Group has strategically combined Fort Collins-based US-Reports with Canadian Reports, based in Toronto, rebranding both companies under the name Afirm.
UMB Healthcare Services, a division of UMBBank, n.a., has reached nearly $2 billion in health savings account (HSA) assets and deposits as of Jan. 31, a 30 percent increase from $1.5 billion a year ago.
Meier Skis has moved to Denver from Glenwood Springs to accommodate the growing needs of manufacturing and expose the brand to more people.