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Despite credit union loan growth outpacing bank lending nationwide last quarter, loan growth from both types of institutions was nearly the same in Rhode Island, according to a recent analysis. more
Bank Rhode Island last week announced that Jaime DeCosta has joined the bank as its new vice president and marketing manager, according to a press release. more
In the year since she became chairman, Banco Santander SA’s Ana Botin has cut the dividend, tapped shareholders for funds and replaced management in the U.S., Brazil and the bank’s home market of Spain. more
Matthew Brannon has been named mortgage loan originator at Centreville Bank. Brannon previously served as a residential foreclosure officer at Home Loan Investment Bank. more
Richard Denio has been named vice president, operations at Centreville Bank. In his new role, Denio oversees e-banking and deposit operations. He joins the bank from Florence Savings Bank. more
Glen P. Martin has been appointed as a financial adviser and financial-services representative at Baystate Financial. He brings more than 30 years of experience to the position. Martin joins the firm from Bank of America. He holds a B.S. and an MBA … more
The story behind the Westerly Community Credit Union's success is contained in its name. President and CEO Stephen J. White said the institution's success is all due to an array of local community-outreach programs and special treatment of … more
Precix Inc., a manufacturing group in New Bedford, has had its share of struggles in the recent economy. "When automotive sneezes, we catch a cold," said President and CEO David N. Slutz. "But when they trend up, we trend up, too," he said. … more
It has become fashionable to compare every financial asset, asset manager or investor to an index of U.S. stocks. For example, many people compare hedge funds to the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. more
United Natural Foods Inc. said on Tuesday that net income for the fiscal year that ended Aug. 1 increased 10.5 percent to $138.7 million, or $2.76 per diluted share, from $125.5 million, or $2.52 per diluted share, during the prior fiscal year. more
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