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Frank Dodd ActLast Updated on 2011-06-06 12:50:52 What do you feel will be the most serious repercussions of the Frank-Dodd Act and will consumers really benefit? More »
Burnham Gibson Financial Group Expands Team With Addition of Nate CarlonLast Updated on 2011-06-06 12:45:33 New Employee Joins the Southern California Financial Services Group to Support Firm's Continued Growth
IRVINE, CA--(Marketwire - Jun 6, 2011) - Burnham Gibson Financial Group, Inc., a full-service financial services firm based in Orange County, Calif., is pleased to announce its continued expansion and the new hire of financial consultant, Nate Carlon.
The growing firm stands out by offering a full complement of financial professionals with specialized experience to meet clients' evolving needs and to support ambitious growth initiatives while providing a depth of personal consultative service that's rare in the industry.
"Adding Carlon's talents to our mix lets us keep building upon the high level of personalized service our growing roster of local and national clients have come to expect, even as we continue to experience unprecedented demand for... More »
Blackstone Expects More Distressed Real Estate Deals in ‘Target Rich’ U.S.Last Updated on 2011-06-06 12:27:32
By Beth Jinks - Jun 6, 2011 2:30 PM ET
Blackstone Group LP (BX), the biggest private-equity firm, expects more deals in distressed U.S. commercial real estate and says European banks starting to sell troubled property assets present a “sizable” opportunity.
“In the U.S. today I think it’s still a fairly target-rich environment because a lot of assets need to be recapitalized, fixed,” Jonathan Gray, a co-head of the firm’s real estate business, said today at a conference in New York. “The fundamentals are getting better. We still have headwinds because of the economy not growing as fast as it should be, but overall I think it’s better than people expect.”
Blackstone, based in New York, has invested about $10 billion equity in... More »