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Silvergate Bank sponsored a hole in the annual North County Board Meeting's charity golf tournament.
Overshadowed by Bitcoin, Ethereum may be the next cryptocurrency star.
The monthly outlook report, sponsored by Silvergate Bank, finds four strong sectors of the local economy.
As reported in The Times of San Diego, things are looking positive in the region.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2017, with net income of $1.6 million. The Bank’s total assets were $948.9 million at quarter end, compared to $978.1 million at December 31, 2016, and equity increased to $87.0 million from $85.2 million over the same time period.
Silvergate Bank, San Diego's largest locally headquartered commercial bank, recently relocated to accommodate its growth. To top it all off, there's a new sign on the building.
Silvergate Bank is a proud partner of the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation and our Chief Banking Officer, Dino D'Auria, was recently spotlighted.
The Bitcoin world is seen as the wild, wild west and banks have shied away. Except for Silvergate Bank, that is.
The world of bitcoin is rife with danger but Silvergate Bank is pioneering ways to navigate it safely.
Confidence continued to climb as the first quarter of 2017 came to a close. The numbers are the best in nearly two years but there are still challenges.
Silvergate Bank executed loan modifications for Reven Housing REIT, Inc. in April 2017.
As reported in the monthly Silvergate Bank-sponsored Business Forecast, local companies are feeling positive about the economy.
The San Diego Business Journal recently featured Alan Lane, CEO of Silvergate Bank.
Majority of small businesses and nearly one-third of large do not have a disaster recovery business plan in place.
The San Diego Chamber of Commerce's monthly business outlook index — released Friday — plunged to the lowest level in its three-year history.
Despite looming minimum-wage increases, relatively few San Diego County businesses see a benefit in cutting their employees' work weeks to 30 hours, according to a recent survey.
Remember when you were starting your business, the excitement, the fears,the dreams and aspiration? Those feelings might be a thing of the past, but they don't have to be.
The region's housing shortage continues to be a topic of much discussion and this month the Silvergate Bank-sponsored Business Forecast looks at what county businesses think of the issue.
On June 28th, Silvergate Bank proudly provided over sixty of their clients and prospects with a healthy lunch and lively discussion with Jerry Sanders, CEO and President of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. Green Acre Campus Point provided a great venue with light and delicious lunch fare but the presentation provided by Mr. Sanders' was the clear highlight.
Annual measurement of government friendliness toward business and those considering moving out of the county remains stable from 2015.
Survey respondents say starting a business in San Diego County is difficult. Following three months of erratic business confidence, this month's Silvergate Bank sponsored-Business Forecast, shows no change in outlook among county businesses from last month.
Despite record sales and profits in 2015 for companies great and small, bank credit appears to be contracting for small-business owners
Bryan Shull of Silvergate Bank speaks with KOGO and KUSI regarding the business outlook for San Diego.
Minimum Wage Increase Curtails Rebound of County's Business Outlook. Looming wage hike creates most angst in North Inland region, and in retail and hotel industries.
Five San Diego City College students who have faced homelessness received a new scholarship Saturday to help them stay in school.
A widely followed gauge of San Diego's business activity signaled renewed strength in March after an unexpected drop the previous month.
At Silvergate Bank we truly appreciate you, our client! We are privileged to stand behind your business and support your successes. Recently, not one, not two, but three of our Carlsbad customers received awards for their professional achievements.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2015, with net income of $1.7 million and $8.1 million, respectively. The Bank's total assets increased to $948.2 million from $864.7 million at year end 2014 and equity grew to $83.5 million from $75.6 million over the same time period.
Optimism for county business outlook continues, in the last quarter of 2015 the BOI was 19, well off its usual pace. Now the Business Outlook Index (BOI) stands at 25, a significant improvement over the latter half of 2015.
Powerful ! Influential! Confident ! As businesswomen, we strive to define ourselves using these words. Before we start adding comparable terms to our LinkedIn profiles, we need to ask ourselves not how impressive am I, but how remarkable is my team?
San Diego County's business outlook optimistic for start of 2016. The New Year has brought a brighter attitude among San Diego County business people. The Business Outlook Index (BOI) came off its lowest mark (16.6), surging to 23.3 currently.
As 2015 comes to a close, the Business Outlook Index (BOI) for county businesses sets a new low at 16.6.
The holiday shopping season can be extremely lucrative for retailers.
San Diego County's Business Outlook Index at a all-time low. Businesses foresee ending the year in a slower lane.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2015, with net income of $2.3 million.
Affordable Care Act still a mystery to majority of San Diego Businesses, with new elements of the Affordable Care Act set to take effect in January 2016.
Women executives underrepresented in county; Dip in outlook continues - when looking at the leaders of businesses throughout the region, how do women stack up when it comes to executive positions?
Internships not a gold standard among businesses - Conventional wisdom tells us that internships are an essential and highly valuable opportunity for getting a job after college.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2015, with net income of $3.1 million.
What a difference a year makes - A year ago, a state mandate minimum wage increase had just taken effect and the city of San Diego had its own larger minimum wage increase on the horizon.
City governments want their local businesses to succeed and business could use their local government's help to do that.
Real Estate is on solid footing and business activity is humming along in San Diego.
The county's business outlook index remains solidly positive at 26.6 / The mandated reductions in water consumption of up to 35 percent could seriously impact San Diego County's economy. (Video footage courtesy of KUSI news).
While water woes and government regulations pose a challenge to businesses, throughout the county the overall Business Outlook Index(BOI) continues to be positive.
Silvergate Bank, Barney & Barney and Moss Adams were proud to co-host the "Get Lean in 2015" Help local manufacturing businesses.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the quarter ended March 31,2015, with net income of $1.2 million. The Bank's total assets increased to $953.1 million and equity grew to $76.7 million.
As Cyber-attacks continue to lead headlines, one would think that businesses across the board would ramp-up precautionary measures. this month's business forecast, sponsored by Silvergate Bank, shows that's not entirely true, particularly for small businesses.
Silvergate Bank & Toward Maximum Independence were proud to co-host the "It's all about the people" Building a strong workforce event at the Handlery Hotel on March 26th.
This month's business forecast, shows nearly 30 percent of businesses want Sacramento law makers focused on water reliability.
Besides the exterior improvements, the Carlsbad Branch has strengthened its team with experienced and friendly team members to better serve its customers.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the quarter and year ended December 31, 2014, with net income of $1.68 million and $5.11 million, respectively. The Bank's total assets increased to $864.7 million and equity grew to $75.6 million.
This month's business forecast shows that the overal mood in the first quarter in 2015 remains moderately optimistic, with the Business Outlook Index (BOI) now at 26.5.
Women owned enterprises are growing at a faster pace than male-owned businesses. Recent Census data indicates that 7.8MM US businesses are owned by women.
Silvergate Bank host a series of luncheons to bring together women business owners from the San Diego community to network and share ideas and learn.
Entering 2015, the business outlook for San Diego firms over the next three months remains moderately positive and the Business Outlook Index (BOI) now stands at 24.4.
This month's business forecast continues to be positive. The County's Business Outlook Index (BOI) has edged up to 26.8.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the quarter and nine-month period ended September 30, 2014 with net income of $980 thousand and $3.43 million, respectively. The Bank's total assets increased to $761.8 million and equity grew to $73.9 million.
Jeffery Hurtik has joined Silvergate Bank as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, announces Alan Lane, chief executive officer. He will be responsible for oversight and updating of the Bank's information technology strategies, systems, operations, and information security.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the quarter and six-month period ended June 30, 2014 with net income of $1.51 million and $2.45 million, respectively. The Bank's total assets increased to $734.1 million and equity grew to $72.7 million.
Women-owned businesses are growing at a faster rate than ever. This is good news for San Diego, whose diverse economy includes female-led companies across 28 industries that in 2012 generated more than $5S0.5 million in annual revenues.
The defense industry is one of 16 export-driven industry clusters in San Diego. It represents an entire "linkage" chain from suppliers to end products, supporting services and specialized infrastructure for ship building, aircraft assembly, and defense and high-technology related products such as surveillance systems, unmanned vehicles and cyber security.
Business owners frequently encounter difficulties managing their cash flow as a result of credit demands, rapid business growth, slow-paying customers, time gaps between capital needs, and revenue realization.
Silvergate Bank today announced financial results for the first three months of 2014. The Bank's net income was $943,000 for the first quarter, and at March 31, 2014 its total assets increased to $724.8 million and its equity capital grew to $71.1 million.