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Dec 18, 2015 | via GlobeNewswire
SouthCrest Financial Group, Inc. announces a mutual separation with Kenneth W. Maloy as Chief Executive Officer of the company and SouthCrest Bank, N.A. and his resignation as a member of the Boards of Directors effective Friday, December 18, 2015. SouthCrest Financial Group, Inc. is a $560 million asset bank holding company headquartered in Peachtree City, GA. Comment?
Oct 18, 2015 | via The Times-Herald
Kenneth H. Maloy, president and CEO of SouthCrest Bank, announced that veteran banking executives John Ellison and Sue Kinker have been named Senior Mortgage Bankers for SouthCrest Financial Group. Ellison will be based at SouthCrest Bank's Newnan location to serve the southwest Atlanta business region. Comment?
Sep 30, 2015 | via Revue & News
PEACHTREE CITY, GA Kenneth H. Maloy, president and CEO of SouthCrest Bank, today announced that veteran banking executives John Ellison and Sue Kinker have been named Senior Mortgage Bankers for SouthCrest Financial Group. Ellison will be based at SouthCrest Banks historic downtown location in Newnan, GA, to serve the southwest Atlanta business region. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via Federal Emergency Management Agency
Newly revised preliminary digital flood insurance rate maps for the coastal Georgia areas of Bryan, Chatham, Liberty and McIntosh counties will be available for residents to review at four public open houses the week of July 18-22. Flood maps show the extent to which areas are at risk for flooding, and when updated maps become effective they are used to help determine flood insurance and building requirements. Comment?
Saturday Jul 2 | via MDJonline.com
It's been 15 months since the end of a war - and one country has decided to keep its war-time price controls on meat intact. Comment?
Jun 18, 2016 | via Times Georgian
Douglas County continues to see a decrease in foreclosures although the county remains among the top rung in Georgia, according to data released last week by RealtyTrac, a provider of comprehensive U.S. housing and property data. Douglas was ranked 11th out of Georgia's 159 counties in May foreclosure activity. Comment?
Jun 8, 2016 | via FindLaw
Virgil Humphrey sued JP Morgan Chase Bank, N. A. and the law firm of Martin & Brunavs for damages allegedly arising from the initiation of foreclosure proceedings on certain property. The trial court granted Chase's motion to dismiss and entered summary judgment for M&B. Comment?
Jun 10, 2016 | via Mortgage News Daily
For laughs all you have to do is read the news, and this story will fit right in with anyone's 5th grade sense of humor. The Union Recorder reports on a story about Ellen DeGeneres being sued due to her making jokes about a Georgia Realtor's name . Comment?
4 min ago | via Daily Mail
Engineering giant GKN's profits fell after its policy of fixing exchange rates eight years in advance meant it did not benefit from the pound's fall. Earnings fell 14 per cent to A 182million for the six months to June 30. A A 30million cost-cutting drive will see 300 managers axed, 30 from the UK. Comment?
7 min ago | via Business Wire
Financial Results For the s... )--HanesBrands declares $0.11 quarterly cash dividend payable Sept. 7, 2016, for shareholders of record Aug. 16, 2016. Comment?
1 hr ago | via JD Supra
On June 30, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released the twelfth edition of its Supervisory Highlights report , which focused on supervision work completed between January and April 2016. The Report noted that recent supervisory actions have resulted in restitution of approximately $24.5 million to more than 257,000 consumers. Comment?
8 min ago | via This Is Money
Mortgage borrowers are taking on tens of thousands of pounds more debt than just five years ago, new figures have revealed. In 2011, the typical mortgage customer took on a home loan worth three times their income, according to trade body the Council of Mortgage Lenders. Comment?
9 min ago | via San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Increased consumer spending is expected to fuel a 3.4 percent boost in retail sales this year, the National Retail Federation reported Tuesday. That's a more aggressive forecast than the 3.1 percent increase the NRF predicted for the year in February. Comment?
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