September 13, 2000 |
Four fast-growing Korean American banks dominated the top ranks of Small Business Administration lenders in the Los Angeles area in 1999, according to a Times analysis of agency data, boosting the banks' fortunes and providing a lift to many minority-owned firms.
January 3, 1986
Donald E. McLarnan, veteran banker and director of the Small Business Administration in Los Angeles from 1954 to 1961, died Friday at 78. A former officer with the old Security First National Bank, McLarnan later became founding president of Mission National Bank. From 1969 to 1973 he was administrator of the Small Business Administration for the Western United States and the territories of Guam and Samoa. Survivors include his wife, Virginia, and three children.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1992
Damage inspectors are visiting Los Angeles residents who have applied for federal housing assistance, special grants or Small Business Administration loans. Inspections are required to verify claims and avoid duplication of benefits. The authorized inspectors have laminated photo identification badges from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.