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May 9, 1997 | (Bloomberg News)
Aames Financial Corp. said it promoted Chief Operating Officer Cary Thompson to chief executive and named Vice Chairman Neil Kornswiet president to replace Chairman Gary Judis in those posts. Judis, 58, has been chairman, chief executive and president of the Los Angeles-based mortgage lender and financial services company since 1982. Aames said the moves allow Judis to focus his attention on the broader strategic issues confronting the company.
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BUSINESS
May 2, 1997 | (Bloomberg News)
Los Angeles-based Aames Financial Corp.'s shares plunged 20% after the lender indicated it may reduce its bulk purchases of sub-prime mortgage loans from third-party originators, hurting earnings in the near term. Aames makes mortgage loans to people with bad credit. The company makes loans itself and also buys loans in bulk from other lenders. If Aames cuts back, "They'll be making fewer loans, but fewer of the less-profitable loans," said Michael Abrahams of Sutro & Co.
BUSINESS
August 23, 1996 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a boost for the struggling downtown Los Angeles office market, fast-growing Aames Financial Corp. said Thursday that it will move its headquarters into a gleaming Bunker Hill skyscraper, one of the largest corporate relocations into the area in recent years. The 15-year lease for seven floors of space at Two California Plaza will bring an estimated 700 workers to downtown Los Angeles, which has lost numerous corporate headquarters over the years as a result of mergers and cutbacks.
BUSINESS
August 13, 1996 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leading home-equity lender Aames Financial Corp. said Monday it will acquire One Stop Mortgage Inc., a rapidly growing Costa Mesa firm specializing in riskier mortgages, in a deal worth about $129 million. One Stop will become a subsidiary of Los Angeles-based Aames as part of the transaction, another sign of continuing consolidation in the "nonbank" lending industry.
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