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Michael A. Ferrara Jr. has been appointed senior vice president, senior lending officer with Mechanics Cooperative Bank. He joins the bank with more than 30 years of banking experience in New England. Ferrara holds a bachelor's degree in finance … more
The federal government is proposing new controls on payday lending designed to put more onus on lenders to make sure borrowers can repay their debt. The proposed rule put forward by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will cap the … more
How often do you physically enter your bank and speak to someone face to face? Almost daily – 9.1% Weekly – 18.2% Monthly – 27.3% A few times per year – 45.4% Do you use … more
Citizens Financial Group Inc. is offering a variety of extensions and waivers for customers impacted by the Louisiana flood. more
The majority of banks' top technology officers say slow internal processors make it difficult to keep up with new innovations in the marketplace. more
Hollie B. Lussier has been appointed executive vice president/chief risk officer and general counsel at Bristol County Savings Bank. She previously served as general counsel with AAA Southern New England/AAA Southern New England Bank. She earned her … more
Gary J. Leveillee, mortgage banking officer at Webster Bank, is a recent honoree of the bank's "80 Days of Giving" employee volunteer campaign, during which Leveillee's efforts earned $1,000 for the Providence Ballet Theatre. How were you … more
Lawrence Fernandes has been hired as branch manager of Mechanics Cooperative Bank in Somerset. He joins the bank with more than 10 years of community banking experience. Fernandes attended Bristol Community College with a major in banking financial … more
Political signs for local elections scatter the well-kept lawns alongside Route 5 – also known as Greenville Avenue – a two-lane state highway in Johnston. Robert V. Russo is running for re-election in District 4; Robert Civetti is … more
Citizens Financial Group Inc.'s new Johnston campus, which broke ground Aug. 31, begs the question: Who's winning and who's losing? Well, for starters, Citizens is staying in Rhode Island. And with a bespoke facility, it should be more … more
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