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Denver, CO

crisanta duran campaign earns solid endorsements from col...

CRISANTA DURAN CAMPAIGN EARNS SOLID ENDORSEMENTS FROM COLORADO CONSTITUENCY Leaders From Around The State Voice Support For Duran As Colorado State Representative The Crisanta Duran Campaign for Representative of Colorado State House of Representatives' 5th District (www.duranforcolor ado.com) today announced a number of endorsements from notable individuals and organizations around the state. The Duran Campaign reports support from the Denver Sheriff's Fraternal Order of Police, PODER PAC, Attorney Jim Lyons, Progressive Majority, Pipefitters Union, and Denver School Board Members Theresa Pena and Arturo Jimenez. Candidate Duran, an attorney and native of Colorado, was recognized in 2007 as one of "Colorado's Movers and Shakers" by the The Statesman. She served as Political Director for Senator Mark Udall's 2008 United States Senate campaign where she effectively organized women, diverse community members, labor, seniors, and the LGBT community. In 2008 she was elected to serve as President of the Colorado Young Democrats and acted as a Democratic National Convention Delegate. "Our campaign is all about building bridges between the many communities that make up House District 5,” said Duran, “and I’m tremendously encouraged by the broad range of support we’re receiving. I’m looking forward to begin work on building those bridges so that together we can lead Colorado forward.” Ms. Duran has previously received endorsements from the Women's Campaign Forum, Colorado Council of Teamsters, the UFCW Staff Union (U.L.S.S.U.), and the Kaiser Health Care Professional Stewards for UFCW, as well as a large number of elected officials, business owners, and community leaders. More information on Crisanta Duran and her campaign for State Representative in Colorado is available on her website: www.duranforcolora do.com.  (May 13, 2010 | post #1)

Denver, CO

denver host committee announces founding members of summi...

Membership drive features businessses that define Denver Denver, CO - Feb. 13, 2008 - The Denver 2008 Convention Host Committee today announced the founding members of its Summit Club. The Summit Club is for sponsors who have contributed $5,280; businesses such as law firms, restaurants, hotels, labor groups and public relations firms are all included in the founding membership list. "We couldn't be more thrilled by the participation we're seeing from local businesses across the Denver area who are joining the Summit Club," said Elbra Wedgeworth, President/Chair of the Denver 2008 Convention Host Committee. "The fact that local businesses are helping support the convention by joining the Summit Club speaks to the excitement we're seeing about Denver hosting this historic event." The Host Committee has a goal to add a total of 100 members to the Summit Club. Currently there are 30 members, including 29 founding members who joined by the end-of-January deadline in to be considered a founding member. The founding members include the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Colorado Convention Center and businesses across the area who have a goal of helping Denver shine as the host city for the 2008 Democratic National Convention. "This is a great opportunity for Denver to showcase itself to the country and to the world, and we see the Summit Club as a way to support Denver's efforts in making that presentation, " said Denver attorney Howard Gelt of the law firm Shughart Thomson & Kilroy PC. The Host Committee has organized a variety of breakfast meetings across the Denver area, where Wedgeworth, Host Committee CEO Mike Dino and Host Committee Executive Committee co-chair Steve Farber have pitched the Summit Club and its many benefits. Among the benefits to joining, Summit Club members receive recognition on all Host Committee printed material as well as tickets to Host Committee events during the Democratic National Convention. They also are listed on the Host Committee web site at www.DenverConventi on2008.com. The Host Committee will raise a total of $45 million to $50 million in cash from sponsors as part of its contractual obligation in planning and organizing Denver's efforts around hosting the Democratic National Convention Aug. 25-28. FOUNDING MEMBERS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER: Alem International Management, Inc. All Business Sedan Arcadis Argonaut Wine & Liquor Store Arnold & Porter LLP Baker Hostetler Black Hawk/Central City VCB Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine PC Colorado Convention Center Colorado State Conference of Electrical Workers Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Dufford & Brown, P.C. Duncan Solutions Fast Enterprises, LLC Fort Restaurant Foster, Graham, Milstein, Miller & Calisher, LLP Haddon Morgan Mueller Jordan Mackey & Foreman Highland's Garden Cafe Hyatt Regency Denver Isaacson Rosenbaum P.C. Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell LLP Kutak Rock LLP Mills & Weitzenkorn, P.C. Richter Scale Productions Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons, LLP Schenkein Inc. Shughart Thomson & Kilroy PC Snell & Wilmer LLP Wedgle & Kukreja, P.C. About Denver 2008 Convention Host Committee The Denver 2008 Convention Host Committee has four contractual partners in its work. Those partners are the Democratic National Convention Committee, the City and County of Denver, Kroenke Sports and its own Executive Committee.  (Feb 13, 2008 | post #1)

Banking

CacheMatrix- Customizable Compliance Module-Online Money ...

This is the leading financial software provider of on-line institutional trading systems for banks and financial institutions worldwide.  (Feb 13, 2008 | post #2)

Banking

CacheMatrix- Customizable Compliance Module-Online Money ...

Enhancement meets the demands of corporate compliance for Sarbanes Oxley. Denver, February 13, 2008—CacheMatrix Holdings, LLC (www.cachematrix.c om), the leading provider of institutional money market fund trading technology for banks and financial institutions, announced today it has added a customizable compliance feature to its money market portals and trading platforms. Each bank and financial institution that utilizes CacheMatrix’s software will now be able to offer its corporate customer base a solution that will further assist with Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) requirements. The compliance feature is specifically designed to provide corporations with an automated way to comply with internal investment policy, as well as address the regulatory and reporting requirements of SOX. The main features of the compliance module include: • Maximum Dollar Amount per Fund: Allows a corporation to set a dollar limit to what it can invest in any one fund by single account or across a grouping of accounts • Maximum Percentage of Fund Owned: Allows a corporation to set a percentage limit to what it can invest in any one fund by single account or across a grouping of accounts. • “Block Trade” or “Alert Trader” Setting: If a trade is made in violation of a set limit, the system will either block the trade or alert. • Audit Trail: The customizable reporting feature provides a corporation with an on-line audit trail of any compliance violations or alerts that were triggered up to the life of the account. “One reason so many banks and financial institutions have turned to CacheMatrix is to help their corporate customers streamline the regulatory and reporting requirements of Sarbanes Oxley,” said Jim Etten, Director of sales at CacheMatrix. “Having this compliance module in place will strengthen a corporation’s compliance with SOX by providing an automated way to track and audit compliance to their investment policy.” About CacheMatrix Holdings, LLC CacheMatrix is the leading financial software provider (SaaS) of on-line institutional trading systems for banks and financial institutions worldwide, providing turnkey solutions for money market portal technology, as well as fixed income and variable NAV trading systems. CacheMatrix enables banks and other financial services firms to offer its corporate clients on-line access to a choice of institutional funds and a convenient, single source platform for managing them, including access to comprehensive analysis, online trading, and account management. For more information, visit www.cachematrix.co m.  (Feb 13, 2008 | post #1)

Mortgage

IAS Launches First Neighborhood Level Housing Price Volat...

“Intelligent Market Volatility Index” Provides Unprecedented Accuracy with Real-Time Real Estate Market Volatility Data DENVER, CO, February 5, 2008 — With real estate volatility at record levels in markets across the country, Integrated Asset Services (IAS, www.iasreo.com), a leading provider of residential asset management services, announced today that it has unveiled a new state-of-the-art risk mitigation technology that, for the first time offers banks and other institutional, residential real estate investors the ability to analyze individual properties, portfolios and loan pools down to the neighborhood level. The Intelligent Market Volatility Index (iMVI™) is a comprehensive quantitative model that compares more than 15,000 homogenous geographical segments utilizing over 400 unique attributes including tax assessor, geospatial, and economic data interpreting unique market conditions that affect value. It provides a micro-resolution median house price index that reports on residential real estate pricing throughout the US, precisely reporting on volatility occurring at a national level down to the neighborhood for a complete view of collateral risk. “With mortgage delinquency and default rates surging, risk mitigation is critical,” said Ryan Tomazin, CFO of IAS. “For the first time ever, iMVI allows the mortgage banking industry to have near perfect analysis of their residential holdings down to the neighborhood level instead of settling for MSA level data. It’s like they have had their cataract’s removed and can finally see clearly.” iMVI not only produces the most granular market analysis, but also the most timely, examining data that is unavailable from other indexes.  iMVI uses the entire population of “arms length” sales including condo sales, separated by type, to establish unique indexes by property type.  Unlike the Home Price Index (HPI), it also includes “non-conforming” sales from MLS, public and market data to more accurately reflect values and risk at the loan level.  iMVI incorporates conventional sales that capture slower market adjustments not reflected in the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO) index  The index also provides volatility information 8 quarters back and 2 future trending quarters. “We have heard time and again from industry professionals that trends based on old data are virtually useless,” said Tomazin. “Our technology delivers real time data and accuracy to accelerate the overall return on real estate portfolios.” iMVI is available as a quarterly index at a zip code level, or—for a more granular, neighborhood view of volatility—through the IAS portal. iMVI is a part of IAS’s i-Series of due diligence products that provide distinct and critical data, and when combined, a complete view of market risk, local expert opinions and subject value. i-Series Products:  iMVI  Broker Price Opinions  iAVM™  Desktop Reviews with Final Tie-Out Value About Integrated Asset Services, LLC. IAS is a privately-held Colorado-based corporation specializing in default mortgage services including valuation, reconciliation and full cycle REO disposition. The Company’s advanced valuation and volatility technology combined with its expert professional services help its clients reduce exposure while expediting the entire asset management process. Founded by REO industry experts, IAS provides services that go beyond industry expectations; from the level of integrity of its employees to the measurably better service it routinely provides. For more information, visit the company’s Web site at www.iasreo.com.  (Feb 5, 2008 | post #1)

Lakewood, CO

Health Care Crisis Gets Attention

Health Care Crisis Gets Attention Local Organization’s Chalk one up for the Middle-Class Lakewood, CO– On Tuesday, Communities United to Strengthen America (CU) joined with Colorado for Health Care, Metro Community Provider Network, America Votes, Colorado Progressive Coalition, Every Child Matters, The Hospital Victim Project, SEIU Nurse Alliance, the White House Project, and State Senator Bob Hagedorn in recognizing the crisis that many small businesses and middle-class families are experiencing due to rising health care costs. During this day of action, concerned families drew chalk outlines to represent the 336,000 working Coloradans who don’t have health insurance and the 2.8 million Colorado residents whose health coverage through their jobs have seen an increase of 80% for out-of-pocket health care costs. “There may not be a chalk outline at a crime scene for each person affected by the health crisis, but it’s just as criminal to ignore it through inaction,” said Samantha Wood Campaign Director for Colorado for Health Care. Communities United calls on Rep. Beauprez to be responsible to his constituents by pledging today to vote NO on the proposed cuts to middle class priorities in the 2007 fiscal year budget and candidates for District 7 to take the side of families and stand up for policies that prioritize affordability, accessibility, and quality in our health care system. “We are here today because we can do better. It is time that our elected officials recognize the serious impact that these increases have on family budgets,” said Melanie Keene Resource Center Director for Communities United. “We need Congressional leaders to take action and ensure that cuts to key programs are not made.” This year, CU opened a Community Resource Center in Lakewood at 7586 West Jewell Avenue, Suite 202 to address health care and other prevalent pocketbook issues. At the center, CU provides information to families about the issues that affect them every day. Free educational seminars and neighbor-to-neighb or communication trainings are also provided by CU, so that everyone's voice is heard. CU provides the tools for Lakewood and Denver Metro Area residents to hold elected officials accountable. For more information about Communities United to Strengthen America’s programs to get information about important public policies into the hands of average Americans when and how they need it, please see our website at www.Lakewoodcommun ities.org  (Aug 24, 2006 | post #1)