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Build culture to achieve success

The best way to succeed in business: engage all of your employees. Who doesn’t know that?Well, apparently a whole lot of businesses, large and...
LOOKING SPIFFY: Embrace employees volunteer to beautify Newport Preservation Society properties ahead of the tourism season.
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Embrace Home Loans Inc.

Best Places to Work 2019 | LARGE COMPANIES (150-499 employees): 12. Embrace Home Loans Inc.What three words best describe your staff? Adventurous, energetic and...
BUCKING THE TREND: Brian A. Azar, senior vice president and chief lending officer at Navigant Credit Union, speaks with Deborah Drechnowicz, center, mortgage underwriting supervisor, and Lisa Grimo, mortgage loan underwriter. Unlike most banks, which saw their mortgage loan volume go down, Navigant reported an 8 percent increase from 2017 to 2018.
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Mortgage rates increase, loan volume drops during tumultuous 2018

After a tumultuous stock market performance in 2018 – especially during the last month of the year amid holiday celebrations – many banks’ mortgage...

Embrace Home Loans named one of ‘Best Mortgage Companies to Work...

MIDDLETOWN – Embrace Home Loans Inc. has been named one of 2019’s “Best Mortgage Companies to Work For” by National Mortgage News and Best...

Strong company culture supports enterprise success

Even if they don’t use the same terms, each of this year’s category winners in the Best Places To Work program emphasizes the importance...
PROVIDING AID: Embrace employees load supplies into trucks going to help people in Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Maria. / COURTESY EMBRACE HOME LOANS

Embrace Home Loans Inc.

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 4. LARGE COMPANIES | Embrace Home Loans Inc. Employees in R.I.: 414 President Kurt Noyce Questions answered by: Derek Lombard, director of human...
COMMUNITY CONNECTION: Kurt Noyce, president of Embrace Home Loans Inc. in Middletown, said the company’s relationship with local colleges and job-development organizations has provided Embrace with “eager, energetic and ethical employees.” Pictured, from left: Claudia Mobilia, senior vice president of loan operations; Noyce; Shawn Cary, bank finance manager; and Shannon Timek, closing team leader. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Embrace names Noyce to head Financial Institution Services Division

MIDDLETOWN – With an eye toward expanding its business-to-business services, Embrace Home Loans has named one of its top executives to lead the effort.Kurt...
LEADERSHIP PRESENCE: Embrace Home Loans President Kurt Noyce presents Denise Cunha, assistant vice president and senior human resources coordinator, with a gift certificate to Cardi’s Furniture for a new couch and a donation in her to name to Fall River Youth Soccer, in honor of her 15-year employment anniversary.  / PBN PHOTO/KATHRYN WHITNEY LUCEY

Noyce blazes path for employees at Embrace Home Loans

Business Leadership | Kurt Noyce, President, Embrace Home LoansIt’s one thing to be an empowering leader. It’s another thing to be a powerful leader...
HUMAN INVESTMENT: Embrace Home Loans leaders help people finance “homes where memories are made.” A key to that effort is in-house training. Engaged in conversatiom are Nicholas DeLuca, middle, Al Dussinger, right, and attendee Lillia Wild. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Embracing change, investing in itself and new business channels

FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES | $75M AND ABOVE  |  1ST PLACEKurt Noyce has been with Embrace Home Loans for 27 years, 18 as president. In...

PBN’s 2017 Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies feted

WARWICK – Builders, makers of maternal supplements, home loan providers, a nonprofit that supplies inexpensive mobile internet access and digitally-supercharged employment services were among...
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