Computers are great for keeping track of money and investments. Financial firms have some of the most advanced information management systems. Considering the importance of keeping information safe, financial firms often push the limits of encryption and security issues. This directory lists web sites in Salt Lake with a financial theme.
Johns EMINI Blog (*) John Nguyen is a successful trader. His subscription blog offers insights on trading activity.
Wayne Brown Institute (www.venturecapital.org) Established in 1983, the Wayne Brown Institute (the Institute) is a nationally recognized organization focusing on developing quality deal flow for the venture, corporate and private investor.
IndustryPro (www.industrypro.com) A divisiona of Zirkle & Co, IndustryPro is a provider of Merger & Acquisition and corporate value building services.
Utah Technology Finance Corporation (www.utfc.org) UTFC is a Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) in SLC that specializes in funding new businesses with little operating history. \r\n
vSpring Capital (www.vspring.com) vSpring is an early-stage venture capital fund that capitalizes on the managerial skills and operating experience of its principals to successfully invest in and mentor early-stage technology companies.
Scottrade (Profile) Scottrade is an online investing firm. They have a local branch at 311 S State St, SLC.
FP Office (www.fpoffice.com) Financial Planners, Investment Advisors, Portfolio Managers located in Salt Lake City.
Utah Saves (www.utahsaves.org) - review A statewide initiative to encourage the reduction of debt and increase in personal savings.
Eliot Management Group (emgway.com) One of the top payment processing service providers in the country, EMG offers the best combination of cost-effective electronic payment solutions, local one-on-one support and superior processing performance
salt lake city venture capital (www.petersonpartnerslp.com) Peterson Partners invests in companies across the US, with specific focus in the Intermountain West, which show strong margins on products or services, have a history of profitable operation and are positioned within high growth industries.