Washington Trust agrees to take additional actions to improve housing and financing opportunities

AFTER DISCUSSIONS WITH the R.I. Office of General Treasurer, the Washington Trust Co. has agreed to take additional steps to advance more equitable housing and financing opportunities for Rhode Island residents. / PBN FILE PHOTO/SCOTT KINGSLEY
THE WASHINGTON TRUST Bancorp Inc. reported a net income of $11.2 million in the third-quarter Tuesday, during what company chairman and CEO Edward O. Handy III “difficult operating conditions." / PBN FILE PHOTO/SCOTT KINGSLEY
PROVIDENCE – After reaching a $9 million settlement of redlining allegations by federal officials last week, The Washington Trust Co. has agreed to take additional steps to more equitable housing and financing opportunities for Rhode Island residents after discussions with the R.I. Office of the General Treasurer. “We continue to make progress in discussions with…

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