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Rhode Islanders have provided some of the most positive feedback on TD Bank’s Customer WOW Index among the financial institution’s Maine-to-Florida footprint, according to the bank. more
Bristol County Savings Bank cut the ribbon at new branches in Massachusetts on April 17, with its first full-service banking office in Fall River and its second and third branches in New Bedford. more
After several years of momentum with increased earnings and expansion, Westerly-based Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. hit a $2.8 million pothole in the first quarter of 2013, but helped balance that dip with solid growth in commercial loans and strong mortgage production in a three-state region. more
Using your home as an ATM no longer is a financial option, but the tools that allowed owners to pull out massive amounts of money during the boom years – equity credit lines and second mortgages – are making a comeback. more
Spectra Systems Corp. has received a notice of allowance, or approval, from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its patent entitled “Currency Fitness and Wear Detection Using Temperature Modulated Infrared Detection.” more
Two Westerly Credit Union staff members have completed training and been awarded the designation of Certified Financial Counselor, according to a press release. more
There’s a new financial presence in Rhode Island, Customers Bank, with some familiar faces, including Steve Issa, the bank’s New England market president. more
BankNewport recently contributed $5,000 to the Housing Hotline’s “You Can Make a Difference” emergency fund to help support those experiencing a crisis with shelter and basic human needs. more
PROVIDENCE – Chairman and CEO of RBS Citizens Financial Group Inc. Ellen Alemany will retire Oct. 1 after more than five years with the Providence-based group, according to a press release from the parent company, Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC. more
William F. Hatfield is president of Bank of America in the Rhode Island market, a position that allows him to see the details of the state’s economy as well as to cast an eye toward the nation. As the bank emerges from the “hard work” of cleaning up after the nation’s financial meltdown, Hatfield sees “great opportunity” for his company and the region. more
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