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Universal Wealth Management, an independent financial services firm, has moved its headquarters from Providence to Cranston. more
Citizens Financial Group Inc. last month announced Scott Essex, former deputy chief compliance officer, is being promoted to chief compliance officer beginning Oct. 17. more
Bank of America last month announced new environmental goals, among which is an effort to become carbon neutral by 2020. more
Fred Smith is the new business relationship manager and assistant vice president of business development at Navigant Credit Union. more
David Booth has joined Coastway Community Bank as vice president and team leader of the business lending group. With 13 years in banking, Booth joins Coastway from Webster Bank. He holds a B.S. in business administration from Bryant University. more
Joseph Hindle has been promoted to senior vice president and business lending manager at Coastway Community Bank. He brings 29 years of experience in banking and is a past recipient of the SBA Financial Services Champion Award. He is an active … more
David Miree is executive vice president, consumer deposits, investments and network management at Webster Bank. The Connecticut-based bank recently expanded its retail operations into the Greater Boston area, opening more than a dozen locations throughout the area. Miree, who prior to joining Webster worked at Santander Bank, talks with Providence Business News about the expansion project and how he expects it will affect the bank’s overall growth. more
Citizens Financial Group Inc. last week announced a $125 million repurchase of its subordinated notes, according to a federal filing. more
Westerly Community Credit Union has launched a new “express business loan,” which is designed to provide quick financing to small businesses. more
JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and the other four largest U.S. banks, which already restrict terms of senior executives’ incentive compensation, would face tougher limits under a new set of proposed U.S. rules. more
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