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Legislators say they want to clear an obstacle to U.S. prosperity: burdensome regulation of the community banks on which much of small-town America relies. It’s a worthy goal, but Congress isn’t pursuing it the right way. more
Webster Financial Corp. on Thursday announced its first-quarter earnings, recording a year-over-year net income decline of 1.4 percent, attributable – in part – to an increase in expenses and a tax rate hike, according to the company. more
Bank of America Corp., the second-biggest U.S. lender by assets, posted profit of $3.36 billion in the first quarter as expenses declined. more
Westerly Community Credit Union on Tuesday proclaimed 2014 a “successful year,” recording a 29.3 percent increase in net income for 2014, which it attributes largely to a new credit card program and an uptick in membership. more
Citizens Financial Group Inc. this month announced the launch of its new “Student Loan for Parents” program, which the bank said will offer parents a less expensive alternative to federal loans to pay for college. more
Washington Trust’s Commercial Real Estate Group continues its financing efforts in the region with the announcement of a recent $21.24 million refinancing for eight office buildings in Windsor, Conn. more
The University of Rhode Island’s College of Business Administration this month announced it would be offering the state’s first Master of Science in Finance program. more
Senior vice president with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in Providence was the only Rhode Island representative on Financial Time's 400 Top Financial Advisors of 2015 list. more
Touting strong loan and deposit growth, Bristol County Savings Bank on Monday announced net income increased 15.3 percent to $11.3 million and total assets rose 7.4 percent to $1.6 billion in fiscal 2014, which ended October 31. more
Following a strong 2014, Brookline Bancorp Inc. CEO received a 27 percent increase in total compensation bouncing back from getting his pay cut the year earlier. more
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