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July 27, 1988 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
Victor H. Indiek, one of the top executives at troubled Financial Corp. of America, is leaving the Irvine company in mid-August to become president of Far West Savings & Loan in Newport Beach. Indiek, 50, FCA's chief financial officer and a key aide to FCA Chairman William Popejoy, will fill a post left vacant by the July 1 resignation of David E. Blackford, Far West said Tuesday.
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July 27, 1988 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
Victor H. Indiek, one of the top executives at troubled Financial Corp. of America, is leaving the Irvine company in mid-August to become president of Far West Savings & Loan in Newport Beach. Indiek, 50, FCA's chief financial officer and a key aide to FCA Chairman William Popejoy, will fill a post left vacant by the July 1 resignation of David E. Blackford, Far West said Tuesday.
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December 19, 1989 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Charles H. Green, who has been the acting president at FarWest Savings & Loan since February, took over the duties of president and chief operating officer on a permanent basis Monday, the S&L said. Green also will retain his position as chief financial officer of the thrift's holding company parent, FarWest Financial Corp. in Beverly Hills. Green, a longtime commercial banker, has been with FarWest since 1984.
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February 25, 1989 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
The president of FarWest Savings & Loan has been fired for unspecified reasons, and his chief financial officer has been dismissed for making unauthorized investments, the attorney for the thrift's parent company said Friday. President Victor H. Indiek and Chief Financial Officer Robert D. Struck were terminated Tuesday, said Kurt C. Kemper, general counsel for FarWest Financial in Los Angeles. Operation of the Newport Beach-based S&L was turned over, at least temporarily, to Charles H.
BUSINESS
April 16, 1988 | TOM FURLONG, Times Staff Writer
Financial Corp. of America has granted job contracts to eight senior officers in a move to maintain management stability, the company said Friday in its annual proxy statement. The contracts provide the executives with severance pay if they are fired or demoted after a change of ownership. FCA Chairman William J. Popejoy is not affected by the arrangement. "I felt I didn't need one," Popejoy, who is independently wealthy, said in a telephone interview.
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November 17, 1987 | TOM FURLONG, Times Staff Writer
Financial Corp. of America, parent firm for Stockton-based American Savings & Loan, unveiled a proposal Monday to raise capital by segregating its good assets from the bad through the breakup of American Savings into four subsidiaries. The proposed breakup is a backup that would be considered if pending negotiations to sell the financial institution fall through, Victor H. Indiek, chief financial officer of FCA, said.
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