BankNewport is a vital financial and social asset to the community

FRESH LOOK: BankNewport administrators cut the ribbon on the recently restored branch in Newport’s Washington Square. Pictured, from left, are Amy Riccitelli, senior vice president and director of retail sales; Mary Leach, executive vice president and director of consumer relationships; Sandra J. Pattie, CEO and president; and Evan Rose, vice president and branch sales manager. / COURTESY BANKNEWPORT
FRESH LOOK: BankNewport administrators cut the ribbon on the recently restored branch in Newport’s Washington Square. Pictured, from left, are Amy Riccitelli, senior vice president and director of retail sales; Mary Leach, executive vice president and director of consumer relationships; Sandra J. Pattie, CEO and president; and Evan Rose, vice president and branch sales manager. / COURTESY BANKNEWPORT
PBN Business Excellence Awards 2020 Excellence at a Large Company: BankNewport ONE OF BANKNEWPORT’S priorities is developing a best-in-class customer experience by focusing on the whole customer journey. If its growing footprint is any indication, the 201-year-old bank is succeeding in that endeavor. The Newport-based bank, with assets at $2 billion, has stretched northward to…

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