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HARBORONE BANCORP announced plans to go fully public, offering a second-step offering. Above, James W. Blake, CEO of HarborOne Bank. / COURTESY HARBORONE BANK

HarborOne Bancorp adopts plan to go fully public

BROCKTON, Mass. – HarborOne Bancorp Inc announced plans to go fully public Wednesday. The company has adopted a plan of conversion to reorganize into a...
HARBORONE BANCORP reported net income of $5.9 million, more than doubling the company's $2.8 million net income in the same previous year period.

HarborOne more than doubles Q3 profit

BROCKTON, Mass. – HarborOne Bancorp Inc., which closed it acquisition of Coastway Bancorp Inc. on Oct. 5, reported net income of $5.9 million, or...

HarborOne gets approval for Coastway acquisition

PROVIDENCE – HarborOne Bancorp Inc. in Massachusetts has received regulatory approval to complete its acquisition of Coastway Bancorp Inc. in Rhode Island and the...

Coastway stockholders approve HarborOne’s acquisition

WARWICK – Stockholders of Coastway Bancorp. Inc. overwhelmingly approved HarborOne Bancorp Inc.’s acquisition of the company, voting 3.1 million to 13,607 in favor of...
BROCKTON, MASS.-BASED HARBORONE BANCORP is buying Coastway Bancorp, based in Warwick, for about $125.6 million.

HarborOne expands footprint with Coastway purchase

PROVIDENCE – HarborOne Bancorp Inc. is from Massachusetts, Coastway Bancorp Inc. is from Rhode Island, but the two banks – now slated to become...
BDC CAPITOL ANNOUNCED 14 participating lenders for their R.I. Commerce Corp. backed CAP loan program for small businesses.

BDC Capital announces 14 lenders for CAP loan program

PROVIDENCE - Fourteen financial institutions have been recruited by BDC Capital Corp. to partner in the Capital Assistance Program, according to a BDC Capital...

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