A Michigan-based financial firm has relocated its main office to downtown Grand Rapids and hired a group of professionals to run it. Red Cedar Investment Management moved its East Lansing headquarters to a temporary office space in Bridgewater Place, at 333 Bridge St. NW, in January, according to the firm this week. Its permanent space in the building, suite 601, is under construction and expected to be move-in ready this summer. The firm has hired four employees: a chief investment officer, John Cassady, who will lead the Grand Rapids team; two senior portfolio managers, Michael Martin and Patricia Younker; and an executive assistant, Jill Meendering. They are all formerly of ClearArc Capital, which is an investment management subsidiary of Fifth Third Bank and was formerly a client of Red Cedar’s. Fifth Third last fall decommissioned some segments of ClearArc, which is what led to the opportunity for seven downsized employees — including three who will be based at … [Read more...] about Financial firm moves HQ to Grand Rapids
San Diego, CA, April 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- Nascent Biotech, Inc. (OTCQB: NBIO) has moved their corporate offices to San Diego, CA. Nascent CEO Sean Carrick stated, “This is a strategic as well as a fiscal management move that puts our corporate offices close to our R&D Laboratory, as well where we will be performing our Phase I Human Clinical trial for brain cancer. The move will also place our Headquarters in a major biotech center in the United States, placing the company in a more beneficial position to capitalize on expertise and resources of the location in the further development and clinical trials of our antibody.” About Nascent Biotech, Inc.: Nascent Biotech, Inc. is a clinical-stage biotech company engaged in the development of monoclonal antibodies to be used in the treatment of various cancers with an Investigational New Drug (IND) application cleared by the FDA for Phase 1 clinical trials in brain cancer. … [Read more...] about Nascent Biotech Moves Corporate Offices to San Diego
iManage Cloud for Work Product Management provides solid, secure foundation for firm’s evolving needs CHICAGO, March 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced that Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A. – a full service law firm with 12 offices throughout Florida – has selected iManage to meet its current and future needs for Work Product Management. The iManage platform tightly integrates ten applications, delivering a consistent user experience and enhancing productivity for the firm’s attorneys and staff throughout all administrative departments. /EIN News/ -- “The limitations with our current document management system prevented our attorneys and staff from working efficiently,” said Jason Thomas, Chief Information Officer, Cole, Scott & Kissane. “It was clear iManage could deliver much more; the iManage platform seamlessly integrates our documents and emails with … [Read more...] about Largest Florida Litigation Firm Cole, Scott & Kissane Selects iManage for Document and Email Management, Enhanced Security and Governance
Matt Ehalt MLB writer Published 4:50 PM EDT Sep 22, 2018 WASHINGTON — The reminder comes multiple times every day. When Mickey Callaway fills out the batting order, he's brought back to May 9, when the Mets handed in an incorrect lineup. When he sees the opposing coach bring out their lineup, he remembers the sinking feeling of knowing he had made a major mistake. “It still weighs on me every day," Callaway said recently. "I talked to another manager it happened to and he said you’ll never forget it and I don’t think you do. Once of the most embarrassing things I’ve ever been a part of, that’s for sure.” Callaway survived that humbling incident, and the team is set to bring him back next year for the second year of his three-year deal. While the rookie skipper endured some bumps when it came to handling certain aspects of his new role, both Callaway and assistant general manager John Ricco believe the manager has improved … [Read more...] about NY Mets manager Mickey Callaway learned from rough times, lineup gaffe
Frank Dunphy, 2018. Sotheby's Damien Hirst may have made a splash in the art world in the early 1990s with his formaldehyde-preserved shark, but at this point the British artist is just as famous for his sizable wealth as his irreverent work favored by hedge fund managers the world over.With one of the most infamous auction records in the biz and a net worth that hovers somewhere around $280 million, Hirst is undoubtedly one of the richest artists in the world—a feat born out of zealous self-branding and market-savvy maneuvers he readily admits he couldn’t have done without the help of his business manager of 15 years, Frank Dunphy. Work from the Frank Dunphy collection on view at Sotheby’s. Margaret Carrigan Now Dunphy is selling much of his Hirst holdings at Sotheby’s in London this September, prompting plenty of early speculation about what kind of prices the often pointedly personal works might fetch, especially given that Dunphy once told Hirst, … [Read more...] about Why Is Damien Hirst’s Shrewd Ex-Manager Selling Over $10M Worth of Iconic Works?