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CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER, PUBLIC COMPANY Susan LaMonica, chief human resources officer of Citizens Financial Group Inc., the nation's 13th largest bank, mentions the word "change" often. Because that's where Citizens is right … more
WESTERLY – Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. is hopeful its market-expansion strategy will lead to a bounce back from a slight dip in first-quarter earnings, as profit fell 0.7 percent to $10.9 million, or 64 cents per diluted share, compared with the … more
J.D. Power on Thursday released its 2016 U.S. Retail Banking Satisfaction Study, showing customer satisfaction with big banks grew for the sixth consecutive year while satisfaction with midsize banks fell for the first time since 2010. more
Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. on Tuesday reported a slight profit decline for the first quarter of 2016, as net income fell 0.7 percent to $10.9 million, or 64 cents per diluted share, compared with the same period last year. more
Banco Santander SA, Spain’s biggest bank, reported lower first-quarter profit as revenue slumped in its home market and operations aboard were hit by currency effects. more
Savings Institute Bank & Trust last week awarded Jason White, vice president and director of IT, the “President’s Award,” given each year to an employee who “exemplifies the bank’s core values and goes above and beyond in the performance of their job.” more
Washington Trust Bancorp last week provided $2.5 million in commercial financing to the Ronald McDonald House of Providence and was named to Keefe Bruyette & Woods Inc.’s 2015 Bank Honor Roll. more
Bruce Van Saun is chairman and CEO of Citizens Financial Group Inc., the state’s largest bank with $140.1 billion in total assets. Van Saun talks with Providence Business News about the bank’s first-quarter earnings, its exposure to the struggling oil and gas markets and the Rhode Island economy. more
Bankers trying to determine if their paychecks would be subject to a new set of U.S. rules may find that the issue is more about how they’re paid -- rather than how much. more
JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and the other four largest U.S. banks, which already restrict terms of senior executives’ incentive compensation, would face tougher limits under a new set of proposed U.S. rules. more
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