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Bill seeks to prohibit vaccine discrimination in lending, credit access

PROVIDENCE – Getting on a plane, going to school or landing a job all may at some point require proof of vaccination against COVID-19....
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS announced Friday 10 honorees for its 2021 C-Suite Awards program.

Washington Trust’s Noons named Career Achiever in PBN’s 2021 C-Suite Awards...

PROVIDENCE – Mary E. Noons, executive vice president and chief retail lending officer for The Washington Trust Co., has been named the 2021 Career...

Centreville Bank recognized for customer satisfaction during pandemic

WEST WARWICK – Centreville Bank was recognized as the “top pandemic performer” among Rhode Island banks by Northeast Banking magazine, according to a news...
GONE SOON: This Webster Bank branch on Main Street in East Greenwich is one of three Webster locations in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts set to close in the coming months. Webster has 10 Rhode Island branches now. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

New wave of closures set to hit bank branches

A year ago, COVID-19 forced many banks to temporarily shutter branch offices. Now some of those branches are closing again. This time, it’s permanent. TD...
INTO THE FUTURE: Mark K. W. Gim, bottom left, The Washington Trust Co. president and chief operating officer, provides his outlook for the Rhode Island economy at PBN’s Economic Trends Summit on Feb. 18. Also participating in the virtual event were, clockwise from top left, Thomas Tzitzouris, director at Strategas Research Partners; PBN Editor Michael Mello; Alden Anderson Jr., CBRE/New England senior vice president and partner; and Kristen Adamo, Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau CEO and president.

The recipe for recovery? Depends on whom you ask

Point of view matters, perhaps now more than ever. Indeed, panelists at Providence Business News’ Economic Trends Summit on Feb. 18 painted very different pictures...
MARK W. GIM, bottom left, The Washington Trust Co. president and chief operating officer, provides his outlook for the Rhode Island economy at PBN's Economic Trends Summit on Thursday morning. Also participating in the event was, clockwise from top left, Thomas Tzitzouris, director at Strategas Research Partners; PBN Editor Michael Mello; Alden Anderson Jr., CBRE/New England senior vice president and partner; and Kristen Adamo, Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau CEO and president.

PBN Economic Summit: Long-term crisis looms after stimulus runs out

PROVIDENCE – Fiscal stimulus and mass vaccinations should bring short-term economic relief, but a long-term crisis marked by structural unemployment, inflation and a bond...

Washington Trust eyes brick-and-mortar as part of growth strategy

WESTERLY – As banks across the region and nation look to scale back on brick-and-mortar branches, The Washington Trust Co. is looking to expand...

Washington Trust reports $69.8M 2020 profit, ‘record’ mortgage banking income

WESTERLY – Despite a year of economic volatility in which many financial institutions reported significant profit losses, Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. saw its 2020...
STILL GOING STRONG: John Bellone, owner of The Breezeway Resort, The Hotel Maria, pictured, and Maria’s Seaside Cafe in Westerly, says in his 50 years as a customer of The Washington Trust Co., he’s never deferred a loan payment and has continued to meet monthly payments for the mortgages on his commercial properties throughout the pandemic, thanks to a strong business in a limited season. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Banks on higher alert for credit weakness

In his 50 years as a customer of The Washington Trust Co., John Bellone has never deferred a loan payment. Not through the 2008...

Washington Trust named to American Banker’s ‘Best Banks to Work for’...

WESTERLY – The Washington Trust Co. was recently recognized by industry publication American Banker on its “Best Banks to Work for 2020” list. Washington Trust...

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