Business Briefs for January 14, 2006
Sales associates join Coldwell Banker
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has announced the addition of two new sales associates to its Park City sales team. Brett Ammon and Angus Beavers are graduates of the Real Estate School and Stringham Real Estate School. Coldwell Baker Residential Brokerage manages the Real Estate School.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is one of Utah’s largest residential real estate companies with 16 offices serving customers and communities across the Wasatch Front. The company offers residential and commercial brokerage, corporate relocation and mortgage services.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is a member of the NRT family of companies. NRT Incorporated, the nation’s leading residential real estate brokerage company, is a subsidiary of Cedant Corporation (NYSE: CD). Frontier Bank names new officer
Frontier Bank has promoted Darryl English to Assistant Vice President of the bank. English was hired two years ago as a loan officer, and will continue to manage loans in his new position.
English has a strong background in banking, having worked at the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago. He holds a master’s degree in industrial relations from Loyola University of Chicago.
Frontier Bank provides a complete line of banking services and an extensive loan department. For more information, contact English at 615-2265 or visit frontierbankfsb.com. Wall Street Journal to congratulate Park City resident
Park City resident Jose Biton recently received the coveted CFA Charter and will be included in the two-page WSJ Announcement. The CFA is widely recognized as the top professional designation for investment professionals.
Biton works as an equity analyst for one of the strongest performing wealth managers in the country, Albion Financial Group in Salt Lake.
Worth Magazine has recognized Albion as one of the top 100 financial advisors in the country for three years. In addition, Albion’s All-Cap portfolio is ranked five-stars by Morningstar, a rating based on both the returns achieved by a portfolio as well as the risks taken.
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Heading into the fall, Summit County’s COVID situation is ‘close to where we want to be,’ health official says
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