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Business events in Utah this week

Published September 15, 2012 10:16 pm
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Convention Calendar


Association of Environmental

& Engineering Geologists

55th Annual Meeting

Hilton, Salt Lake City Center

Runs through •Thursday

Attendance •250

True Value Co.

2012 Fall Market

Salt Palace

Runs through •Sunday

Attendance • 9,000

Economic Calendar

New economic numbers to be released this week:


Commerce Department • Trade account deficit for second quarter

National Association of Home Builders • Housing market index for September


Commerce Department • Housing starts for August

National Association of Realtors • Existing home sales for August


Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims

Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rates

Conference Board • Leading economic indicators for August

IPOs Planned

Initial public offerings as provided by Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, Conn., (ipohome.com) and SEC filings:

Capital Bank Financial • Coral Gables, Fla., 11.4 million shares, priced $21 to $23, managed by Credit Suisse, BofA Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs. Proposed Nasdaq symbol CBF. Business: Southeastern bank recently formed through six acquisitions.

Globalmmune • Louisville, Co., 5 million shares, priced $11 to $13, managed by Wells Fargo Securities and Piper Jaffray. Proposed Nasdaq symbol GBIM. Business: Developing therapeutic drugs for pancreatic cancer and hepatitis B and C.

National Bank Holdings • Boston, Ma., 7.1 million shares, priced $20 to $22, managed by Goldman Sachs and Keefe Bruyette Woods. Proposed NYSE symbol NBHC. Business: Operates 101 full-service banking centers primarily in Kansas City and Colorado.

Smith Electric Vehicles • Kansas City, Mo., 4.5 million shares, priced $16 to $18, managed by USB Investment Bank, Deutsche Bank and Barclays. Proposed Nasdaq symbol SMTH. Business: Manufacturers commercial electric trucks in the U.S. and Europe.

Spirit Realty Capital • Scottsdale, Ariz., 27 million shares, priced $16 to $18, managed by Morgan Stanley, Macquarie Capital and UBS Investment Bank. Proposed NYSE symbol SRC. Business: Real estate investment trust that leases single tenant properties to retail store owners.

Susser Petroleum Partners • Houston, Texas, 9.5 million shares, priced $19 to $21, managed by BofA Merrill Lynch, Barclays, Wells Fargo Securities. Proposed NYSE symbol SUSP. Business: A wholesale distributor of motor fuels.

Trulia • San Francisco, Ca., 6 million shares, priced $14 to $16, managed by J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank. Proposed NYSE symbol TRLA. Business: Online residential real estate marketplace with 22 million monthly unique visitors.

Utah Events


Lecture • As part of the Kim T. Adamson Lecture Series on International Studies, Westminster College presents Eric Greitens on "Leadership Through Challenging Times," in the Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory. As a Navy SEAL, Rhodes Scholar and award-winning humanitarian leader Greitens has led in the streets of Fallujah, Iraq, and in refugee camps after the genocide in Rwanda. The free lecture will be presented at 7:30 p.m. at the Vieve Gore Concert Hall at Westminster College, 1250 E. 1700 South Salt Lake City.


Fundraiser • The World Trade Association of Utah will present its annual Scholarship Golf Tournament to raise funds for local students pursuing an education in international business. The tournament will begin at 7 a.m. at Soldier Hollow, 2002 Olympic Drive, Midway. The cost is $350 per foursome. RSVP to Lisa Cox at lisa@freightlink.net.

Submit information about upcoming events to bizdesk@sltrib.com. Put biz calendar in the subject line




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