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MUSKEGON — Citing the high cost of complying with public reporting requirements, Community Shores Bank Corp. plans to deregister its shares with federal securities regulators.

Next year should usher in an even stronger M&A market across the U.S. than in 2017, with more deals occurring in the middle market and involving privately-owned companies.

GRAND RAPIDS — The latest investment that positions enterprise software developer Blue Medora Inc. for further growth reflects the emergence of venture capital in the Midwest over the past decade.

GRAND RAPIDS — A $125,000 federal grant provides the funding for Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women to gear up to become a larger lender to small businesses.

GRAND RAPIDS — As older entrepreneurs increasingly seek to sell their small businesses and retire, Max Friar saw a business opportunity.

State lawmakers are looking to resolve what appears to be an oversight when it passed legislation in 2016 creating a regulatory framework for the medical marijuana industry.

HOLLAND — Partners in a firm that invests in medical device innovations are considering forming a new $10 million venture capital fund to back early-stage health care startups, MiBiz has learned.

The number of venture capital deals in Michigan held relatively steady through the third quarter of 2017 compared to the same period a year earlier, although the amount invested declined.

OSHTEMO TOWNSHIP — Years of sustained growth has Advia Credit Union planning to develop a new corporate office.

GRAND RAPIDS — In restructuring its executive team, Legacy Trust wants to bring a greater diversity of perspectives to the decision-making process and setting strategy.

Grand Angels launches Kalamazoo-based affiliate

Written by | Sunday, 03 September 2017 15:57 |

With the formation of an affiliate angel investment group in Kalamazoo, Grand Angels has taken the first step toward possibly creating a handful of similar arrangements statewide.

Private equity investors have more capital to deploy today than they have in years.

Charter Capital adds two partners to the business

Written by | Sunday, 03 September 2017 16:47 |

GRAND RAPIDS — In a move designed to manage growth in the business, investment banking and M&A firm Charter Capital Partners promoted two managing directors to partners.

GRAND RAPIDS — Horizon Bank’s move into the West Michigan market provided an opportunity to launch a private banking service based in Grand Rapids that will eventually extend across the corporation.

HOLLAND — A West Michigan firm that invests in medical device companies has completed a capital raise of more than $1.1 million.

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