Investment companies adapting to financial market

Davis, Yvette
December 2009
Wenatchee Business Journal;Dec2009, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p6
The article reports on the move of several financial investment firms in Wenatchee, Washington to adjust to the changes in the financial market. It notes that Gesa Credit Union added services to retain clients. North Cascades National Bank offered its financial services office to Dewey and Bette Webb. Stifel Financial Corp. bought 55 branches of UBS Financial Services.


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