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Entering into the New Year, Citizens Bank is sharing tips on how consumers can establish their savings goals with some simple budgeting strategies for 2015. more
Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. on Tuesday announced a net income increase of nearly 20 percent in the first quarter from the same period last year. more
Jamie J. Layman joined the Westerly Community Credit Union as a mortgage originator. He brings nearly a decade of experience to the position and he serves at local organizations Sail Newport and Save The Bay. more
William J. Marcello has been named vice president and branch manager of BankNewport's Coventry office. Marcello previously served in the commercial banking division of Santander Bank. He holds an associate degree in business management and … more
When Karl A. Kozak joined Pawtucket Credit Union as its president and CEO in 1991 it had $120 million in assets, a single branch and 29 employees. He retired last month and handed the torch to George J. Charette III, who will head a very different … more
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is accepting comments on its proposal to change its deposit insurance assessment system among FDIC-insured banks with less than $10 billion in total assets. more
Citizens Financial Group Inc. this week appointed two new bank presidents in Massachusetts and Connecticut to lead the financial institution in civic, business and community engagement across those two states. more
Bank Rhode Island last week provided the Capital Good Fund with a $7,500 grant, helping the organization expand a financial service program to more individuals and families. more
Westerly-based Washington Trust Bancorp this month announced a $2.1 million refinancing package for a University of New Haven off-campus student-housing complex. more
In a few short weeks, after voters have gone to the polls, the current Congress will return to Washington, D.C., for a short time to finish a few “must-do” items before the close of the year. Chief among these priorities is a budget for the upcoming months, but several smaller pieces of legislation require passage before the ball drops on New Year’s Eve. more
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