Updated February 20 at 5:20pm
Banking
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Bristol County Savings Bank realized the largest market-share gain for deposits in the Providence metropolitan area for banks that have more than 1 percent of the total deposits in the region during the 12-month period ended June 30. more
Wealth management advisers are closely monitoring President-elect Donald J. Trump’s post-election messaging to see what impact he might have on the marketplace. more
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. beginning this month will cash checks for customers in Rhode Island. The retail giant recently announced the nine Wal-Mart stores in Rhode Island can now cash eligible checks at the cost of 50 cents each. more
Maria T. Botelho has been named vice president, commercial loan officer of BankNewport. She comes to BankNewport from Santander Bank N.A., where she served as vice president and small-business area manager for Rhode Island and southeastern … more
Paul Larsen has been promoted to senior vice president, market manager of Santander Bank's middle market corporate and commercial banking division. He holds an MBA from the University of Bridgeport. more
Mark Cousineau is president at the Community Investment Corp., a Connecticut-based community development corporation. more
American Express is partnering with Intuit Inc. to offer small-business customers short-term financing to help “the cash-flow crunch.” more
Bristol County Savings Bank last week announced the appointment of John Silva to senior vice president of commercial lending for Rhode Island. more
CoreLogic, a global property information and analytics company, estimates the insured property losses for both residential and commercial properties damaged by Hurricane Matthew will total between $4 billion and $6 billion. more
Home Loan Investment Bank, with corporate headquarters in Warwick, recently used a community grant from the American Bankers Association to purchase books for The College Crusade of Rhode Island. more
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