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Displaying items tagged: Fifth Third Bancorp

Sunday, 27 November 2016 16:06

Fifth Third commits $30 billion to community development projects

Fifth Third Bank’s $30 billion corporate commitment over the next four years for community development offers a massive pool of money for West Michigan organizations to potentially tap to fund projects and initiatives.

Published in Finance
Sunday, 16 October 2016 19:11

Developers see mixed messages in downtown Grand Rapids office market

GRAND RAPIDS — Facing a dearth of high-amenity space in the downtown Grand Rapids market, commercial real estate stakeholders hope developers can soon begin to add Class A office inventory.

Sunday, 18 September 2016 17:14

Nonprofits rely on passion, purpose to build tight-knit teams

With more limited resources compared to for-profit businesses but an equal need for talent, nonprofits must turn to other incentives for attracting and retaining qualified, passionate people.

Published in Talent

Sunday, 07 August 2016 13:13

Former 5/3 exec comes out of retirement to lead Old National in Grand Rapids

GRAND RAPIDS — When he retired from Fifth Third Bank at the end of 2015, David Dams told his colleagues that he “was looking for that next new venture or adventure.”

Published in Finance
Sunday, 15 May 2016 11:05

Commerce Bank eyes middle market customers with Grand Rapids office

GRAND RAPIDS — Commerce Bank has moved into West Michigan, seeking to carve out a role in the middle market.

Published in Finance
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 15:51

Missouri-based Commerce Bank to open office in Grand Rapids

St. Louis, Miss.-based Commerce Bank has announced plans to enter Michigan with a Grand Rapids office.

Published in Breaking News

Friday, 18 March 2016 09:48

Former Prince exec's history of bad investments coincided with bilking heiress of $16 million

While Robert Haveman served as a trusted financial executive for the former Holland-based auto supplier Prince Corp., he appears to have made poor choices when it came to his own personal finances.

Published in Breaking News
Sunday, 07 February 2016 23:54

Michelle Van Dyke, CEO, Heart of West Michigan United Way

Michelle Van Dyke transitioned from a career in banking to become president and CEO of the Heart of West Michigan United Way in Grand Rapids at a time when nonprofit organizations need to adjust to how a younger generation contributes to causes.

Published in Q&A
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