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https://plus.google.com/103342933376935086740 Altamont Mortgage Group : Adam Stephens Branch Manager (209) 855-5036 Direct (925) 878-9590 Mobile Adam has been in small business...
Adam Stephens
Branch Manager
(209) 855-5036 Direct
(925) 878-9590 Mobile

Adam has been in small business, banking and Finance since 2001. After attending college in East Carolina on a Baseball scholarship he came back to his home town of Livermore, CA and opened up a chain of Sprint Cellular stores. He grew from owning 1 store to 6 stores within a short period of time and ultimately sold his shares off to take a role in Management with Washington Mutual Bank. He was offered a management position and was intrigued by the Banking world. He quickly grew to become one of the leaders in his market surpassing sales goals while still achieving the highest standards in customer service awards.

After Washington Mutual was acquired by JP Morgan Chase, Adam was introduced to the world of Residential and Commercial Asset Management and Finance. Immediately Adam knew this was what he was meant to do and began learning all he could about lending. "He is very very passionate about finance, and makes sure that his clients are truly educated about all the loan products out there before they close on their home loan" Mary Y. Chase Bank

Adam still resides in his hometown of Livermore. On his off time he spends time with his wife Stacey and their two daughters Avery and Charlotte. He is still very actively involved in the world of baseball, spending his off time helping with coaching and mentoring of high school students, as well as playing in adult leagues. He is also involved in numerous charities.

Please call Adam today if you are in need of advice in regards to home loans.  
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https://plus.google.com/103098086314058718082 The CEO's Perspective : Press Release: “From the CEO’s Perspective” Shares 20 Top CEOs’ Advice for Up-and-coming Leaders. #CEOs...
Press Release: “From the CEO’s Perspective” Shares 20 Top CEOs’ Advice for Up-and-coming Leaders. #CEOs include Brad Tilden, Alaska Airlines; Sunny Gupta, Apptio; Jon Bridge, Ben Bridge Jewelers; John Oppenheimer, Columbia Hospitality; Dan Price, Gravity Payments; John Rubino, Green Rubino; Teresita Batayola, International Community Health Services; Phyllis Campbell, JP Morgan Chase; Dan Levitan, Maveron; Ray Heacox, NBC, KING 5; Scott Oki, Oki Development; Josh Dirks, Project Bionic; Norm Rice, Seattle Foundation; Maud Daudon, Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce; Father Stephen Sundborg, Seattle University; Beth Wojick, Special Olympics of WA; Ted Baseler, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates; Pamela Hinckley, Tom Douglas Restaurants; Dr. Paul Ramsey, UW Medicine; Greg Rankich, Xtreme Consulting http://ow.ly/AM7km
“From the CEO’s Perspective” Shares CEOs’ Advice
From the CEO’s Perspective: Leadership In Their Own Words was published by Aviva Publishing on July 16, 2014. Teri Citterman is the CEO of Talonn, LLC.
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https://plus.google.com/114648581528682250651 SecureKey : Some of the nation's largest banks distanced themselves from a cyberattack that hit J.P. Morgan Chase...
Some of the nation's largest banks distanced themselves from a cyberattack that hit J.P. Morgan Chase saying they had no indication they had been the victims of a similar incident. 
Breadth of Bank Cyber Breach Remains in Doubt
Some of the nation's largest banks distanced themselves from a cyberattack that hit J.P. Morgan, saying they had no indication they had been the victims of a similar incident.
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https://plus.google.com/114701296423669532632 Sandra Watson : Powerful Leadership, Passionate Teams. It’s true, wouldn'’t you say, that the most effective ‘leaders...
Powerful Leadership, Passionate Teams.

It’s true, wouldn'’t you say, that the most effective ‘leaders’ in any field are those that can inspire and communicate with vision and passion?

And leaders that can not only motivate others but build passionate teams are usually the most effective leaders of all. Just go and ask Virgin’s Richard Branson or General Motors Mary Barra!

AND isn’t it true that we are ALL members of so many different teams throughout our whole lives: work teams, business teams, personal relationship teams, family teams and friends teams just to name but a few.

WE KNOW that the cold harsh reality, backed up by years of research, is that how we ‘show up’ across all of these different teams will have a massive effect on our lives, health, career, family, spiritual and financial well-being and so ultimately effecting our happiness

But most people end up settling for just doing the ‘best that they can’ rather than being ‘the best they can be’

From JP Morgan To Jane Fonda:

So why not spend some time with someone who has been asked to design revolutionary training programmes for UPS, JP Morgan, Chase & Citibank?

Who was also personally approached by Jane Fonda to design a specialist programme for troubled teenagers that met with critical acclaim and produced outstanding results! 

Do you think such a person might have some valuable information for you that would allow you to take your existing communication and team skills to a stratospheric level?

Then allow me to introduce you to +Blair Glaser 

Welcome, Blair Glaser!

Blair Glaser is a New York based writer, speaker, consultant, therapist and leadership mentor.

She has also developed a significant reputation for her change work with couples and individuals looking to transform and enrich their personal and romantic lives.

Blair’s work has featured in a wide variety of publications and she has also found significant acclaim from being able to blend her coaching and facilitation skills along with her previous career as an acting coach

And rest assured Blair is no ‘dry, dull coach and speaker’ but a really fun person too, who has been described as having the ability to:

‘… bring a sense of joy, irreverent humor and a willingness to take risks’

So:
• Become a powerful team leader
• A passionate and effective communicator.
• Fully ‘on purpose’ in your business and personal relationships.

By joining  +Blair Glaser, +Sandra Watson and me, +Sean Mahon      on ‘Successfully$ocial’, Thursday 4th September at 3pm Eastern, 12pm Pacific and 8pm GMT.
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https://plus.google.com/103199578795495006329 Sean Mahon : Powerful Leadership, Passionate Teams. It’s true, wouldn'’t you say, that the most effective ‘leaders...
Powerful Leadership, Passionate Teams.

It’s true, wouldn'’t you say, that the most effective ‘leaders’ in any field are those that can inspire and communicate with vision and passion?

And leaders that can not only motivate others but build passionate teams are usually the most effective leaders of all. Just go and ask Virgin’s Richard Branson or General Motors Mary Barra!

AND isn’t it true that we are ALL members of so many different teams throughout our whole lives: work teams, business teams, personal relationship teams, family teams and friends teams just to name but a few.

WE KNOW that the cold harsh reality, backed up by years of research, is that how we ‘show up’ across all of these different teams will have a massive effect on our lives, health, career, family, spiritual and financial well-being and so ultimately effecting our happiness

But most people end up settling for just doing the ‘best that they can’ rather than being ‘the best they can be’

From JP Morgan To Jane Fonda:

So why not spend some time with someone who has been asked to design revolutionary training programmes for UPS, JP Morgan, Chase & Citibank?

Who was also personally approached by Jane Fonda to design a specialist programme for troubled teenagers that met with critical acclaim and produced outstanding results! 

Do you think such a person might have some valuable information for you that would allow you to take your existing communication and team skills to a stratospheric level?

Then allow me to introduce you to +Blair Glaser 

Welcome, Blair Glaser!

Blair Glaser is a New York based writer, speaker, consultant, therapist and leadership mentor.

She has also developed a significant reputation for her change work with couples and individuals looking to transform and enrich their personal and romantic lives.

Blair’s work has featured in a wide variety of publications and she has also found significant acclaim from being able to blend her coaching and facilitation skills along with her previous career as an acting coach

And rest assured Blair is no ‘dry, dull coach and speaker’ but a really fun person too, who has been described as having the ability to:

‘… bring a sense of joy, irreverent humor and a willingness to take risks’

So:
• Become a powerful team leader
• A passionate and effective communicator.
• Fully ‘on purpose’ in your business and personal relationships.

By joining  +Blair Glaser, +Sandra Watson and me, +Sean Mahon      on ‘Successfully$ocial’, Thursday 4th September at 3pm Eastern, 12pm Pacific and 8pm GMT.
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https://plus.google.com/100091553893547731619 Adebayo Mofehintoluwa : Why Russian hackers are beating us Russian cybercriminals approach hacking like a chess game, staying...
Why Russian hackers are beating us
Russian cybercriminals approach hacking like a chess game, staying many steps ahead of targets in defense and offense Russian hackers like the ones who breached the computer systems of
JP Morgan Chase and at least four other banks win because they think
s...
Why Russian hackers are beating us
Russian cybercriminals approach hacking like a chess game, staying many steps ahead of targets in defense and offense Russian hackers like the ones who breached the computer systems of JP Morgan Chase and at least four other ...
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JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Other Banks Hacked http://qoo.ly/3k9hg
JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Other Banks Hacked
Even the largest most supposedly secure banks may not be safe. A handful of banks, at least five banks in the U.S. -- including JPMorgan Chase …
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JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Other Banks Hacked
JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Other Banks Hacked
Even the largest most supposedly secure banks may not be safe. A handful of banks, at least five banks in the U.S. -- including JPMorgan Chase …
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JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Other Banks Hacked
JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Other Banks Hacked
Even the largest most supposedly secure banks may not be safe. A handful of banks, at least five banks in the U.S. -- including JPMorgan Chase …
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https://plus.google.com/102843821084706071615 hum anity : #banks   #scams   #economy The Scam Wall Street Learned From the Mafia How America's biggest banks ...
#banks   #scams   #economy  
The Scam Wall Street Learned From the Mafia
How America's biggest banks took part in a nationwide bid-rigging conspiracy - until they were caught on tape                                           
Someday, it will go down in history as the first trial of the modern American mafia. Of course, you won't hear the recent financial corruption case, United States of America v. Carollo, Goldberg and Grimm, called anything like that. If you heard about it at all, you're probably either in the municipal bond business or married to an antitrust lawyer. Even then, all you probably heard was that a threesome of bit players on Wall Street got convicted of obscure antitrust violations in one of the most inscrutable, jargon-packed legal snoozefests since the government's massive case against Microsoft in the Nineties – not exactly the thrilling courtroom drama offered by the famed trials of old-school mobsters like Al Capone or Anthony "Tony Ducks" Corallo.

But this just-completed trial in downtown New York against three faceless financial executives really was historic. Over 10 years in the making, the case allowed federal prosecutors to make public for the first time the astonishing inner workings of the reigning American crime syndicate, which now operates not out of Little Italy and Las Vegas, but out of Wall Street.

The defendants in the case – Dominick Carollo, Steven Goldberg and Peter Grimm – worked for GE Capital, the finance arm of General Electric. Along with virtually every major bank and finance company on Wall Street – not just GE, but J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, UBS, Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Wachovia and more – these three Wall Street wiseguys spent the past decade taking part in a breathtakingly broad scheme to skim billions of dollars from the coffers of cities and small towns across America. The banks achieved this gigantic rip-off by secretly colluding to rig the public bids on municipal bonds, a business worth $3.7 trillion. By conspiring to lower the interest rates that towns earn on these investments, the banks systematically stole from schools, hospitals, libraries and nursing homes – from "virtually every state, district and territory in the United States," according to one settlement. And they did it so cleverly that the victims never even knew they were being ­cheated. No thumbs were broken, and nobody ended up in a landfill in New Jersey, but money disappeared, lots and lots of it, and its manner of disappearance had a familiar name: organized crime.

In fact, stripped of all the camouflaging financial verbiage, the crimes the defendants and their co-conspirators committed were virtually indistinguishable from the kind of thuggery practiced for decades by the Mafia, which has long made manipulation of public bids for things like garbage collection and construction contracts a cornerstone of its business. What's more, in the manner of old mob trials, Wall Street's secret machinations were revealed during the Carollo trial through crackling wiretap recordings and the lurid testimony of cooperating witnesses, who came into court with bowed heads, pointing fingers at their accomplices. The new-age gangsters even invented an elaborate code to hide their crimes. Like Elizabethan highway robbers who spoke in thieves' cant, or Italian mobsters who talked about "getting a button man to clip the capo," on tape after tape these Wall Street crooks coughed up phrases like "pull a nickel out" or "get to the right level" or "you're hanging out there" – all code words used to manipulate the interest rates on municipal bonds. The only thing that made this trial different from a typical mob trial was the scale of the crime.

USA v. Carollo involved classic cartel activity: not just one corrupt bank, but many, all acting in careful concert against the public interest. In the years since the economic crash of 2008, we've seen numerous hints that such orchestrated corruption exists. The collapses of Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers, for instance, both pointed to coordi­nated attacks by powerful banks and hedge funds determined to speed the demise of those firms. In the bankruptcy of Jefferson County, Alabama, we learned that Goldman Sachs accepted a $3 million bribe from J.P. Morgan Chase to permit Chase to serve as the sole provider of toxic swap deals to the rubes running metropolitan Birmingham – "an open-and-shut case of anti-competitive behavior," as one former regulator described it.

More recently, a major international investigation has been launched into the manipulation of Libor, the interbank lending index that is used to calculate global interest rates for products worth more than $3 trillion a year. If and when that case is presented to the public at trial – there are several major civil suits in the works here in the States – we may yet find out that the world's most powerful banks have, for years, been fixing the prices of almost every adjustable-rate vehicle on earth, from mortgages and credit cards to interest-rate swaps and even currencies.

But USA v. Carollo marks the first time we actually got incontrovertible evidence that Wall Street has moved into this cartel-type brand of criminality. It also offered a disgusting glimpse into the enabling and grossly cynical role played by politicians, who took Super Bowl tickets and bribe-stuffed envelopes to look the other way while gangsters raided the public kitty. And though the punishments that were ultimately handed down in the trial – minor convictions of three bit players – felt deeply unsatisfying, it was still a watershed moment in the ongoing story of America's gradual awakening to the realities of financial corruption. In a post-crash era where Wall Street trials almost never make it into court, and even the harshest settlements end with the evidence buried by the government and the offending banks permitted to escape with no admission of wrongdoing, this case finally dragged the whole ugly truth of American finance out into the open – and it was a hell of a show.

1. THE SCAM
This was no trial scene from popular lore, no Inherit the Wind or State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson. No gallery packed with rapt spectators, no ceiling fans set whirring to beat back the tension and the heat, no defense counsel's resting a sympathetic hand on the defendant's shoulder as opening statements commence. No, the setting for USA v. Carollo reflected the bizarre alternate universe that exists on Wall Street. Like so many court cases involving big banks, the proceeding looked more like a roomful of expensive lawyers negotiating a major corporate merger than a public search for justice.

The trial began on April 16th in a federal court in Lower Manhattan. The courtroom, an aerielike setting 23 stories up, offered a panoramic view of the city and the East River. Though the gallery was usually full throughout the three-plus weeks of testimony, the spectators were not average citizens come to witness how they had been robbed blind by America's biggest banks. Instead, there were row after row of suits – other lawyers eager to observe a long-awaited case, one that could influence the outcome in a handful of civil suits pending across the country. In fact, the defendants themselves, whom the trial would reveal as easily replaceable cogs in a much larger machine of corruption, were barely visible from the gallery, obscured by the great chattering congress of prosecution and defense attorneys.

Only the presence of the mostly nonwhite and elderly jury, which resembled the front pew of a Harlem church, served as a reminder that the case had any connection to the real world. Even reporters from most of the major news outlets didn't bother to attend. The judge in the trial, the right honorable and amusingly cantankerous Harold Baer, acknowledged that the case was not likely to set the public's pulse racing. "It is unlikely, I think, that this will generate a lot of media publicity," Baer sighed to the jury in his preliminary instructions.


Once opening statements began, it was easy to see why the press might stay away. One of the main lines of defense for corrupt Wall Street institutions in recent years has been the extreme complexity of the infrastructure within which these crimes are committed. In order for prosecutors to win convictions, they have to drag ordinary Americans, people who watch and enjoy reality TV, up the steepest of learning curves, coaching them into game shape with regard to obscure financial vehicles like swaps and CDOs and, in this case, Guaranteed Investment Contracts.

So it was no surprise that both the prosecution and the defense began their ....."
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https://plus.google.com/113075195039029974025 Philip John : JP Morgan Chase Assignment 2: JPMorgan Chase In the summer of 2012, JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S...
JP Morgan Chase
Assignment 2: JPMorgan Chase In the summer of 2012, JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. bank, announced trading losses from investment decisions made by its Chief Investment Office (CIO) of $5.8 billion. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was provide...
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Assignment 2: JPMorgan Chase In the summer of 2012, JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. bank, announced trading losses from investment decisions made by its Chief Investment Office (CIO) of $5.8 billion. The Securities and Exch...
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