James Cutchin

Staff Reporter

Email: jcutchin@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 232

Recent Stories

City National Says No to Layoffs

Bank also plans $2 million donation

Downtown-based City National Bank has joined a host of global financial institutions in promising to avoid layoffs in the face of the coronavirus crisis.

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Loaded for Bear

Private equity firms ready for the worst, look for the best during the market’s downturn

Private equity firms have been forced to rethink their strategies nearly overnight, searching for ways to survive — and thrive — amid the current market's uncertainty.

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Mortgage Market on High Alert

Some contend coronavirus could drive up defaults

Ahead of passage of the federal government’s coronavirus rescue package last week, uncertainty roiled the commercial mortgage market.

Colony Capital Settles Dispute With Investor

Activist Blackwells agrees to support Barrack’s vision

Downtown-based real estate investment company Colony Capital Inc. and activist investor Blackwells Capital have reached a settlement.

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Green Dot Taps Henry as New CEO

Financial technology veteran will also join the board

Pasadena-based Green Dot Corp. has named Dan Henry chief executive and president.

VC Firms Lead Remote Push

Coronavirus transforms how LA works

Almost overnight, the coronavirus has transformed the way Angelenos work. For many in the VC space, though, keeping up “business as usual” has been relatively straightforward.

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Special Report: Banking & Finance Quarterly — Q1 2020

Read interviews with L.A.'s top banking professionals and access the latest data in the Los Angeles Business Journal's Banking & Finance Quarterly Special Report.

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Fast Starter

City National’s Kelly Coffey makes a good first-year impression

Under Kelly Coffey, who joined City National as chief executive in February 2019, the largest bank headquartered in Los Angeles has grown even larger.

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Pacific Rim Perspective

Menai and CTBC have a unique view of the region’s challenges — and opportunities

As the U.S. head of one of Taiwan’s largest banks, Noor Menai has unique insight into the local economic impact of major events like the trade war and the coronavirus outbreak.

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Auditboard Carves Out a Niche in Compliance

Company finds success as ‘Apple of audit software’

Auditboard Inc. has quietly built one of the country’s fastest-growing businesses in a sector famously unwilling to move fast and break things.

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