Updated February 12 at 7:12pm
Banking
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Rogean B. Makowski is senior vice president and senior fiduciary services officer of Webster Bank’s Private Bank. She talks with Providence Business News about her experience, private banking in Rhode Island and how to stay competitive. more
When Warren-based, food-business incubator Hope & Main went live last October with 30 entrepreneurs, founder Lisa J. Raiola likened the experience to "giving birth to 30 babies." Over the past year, Raiola estimates more than 50 businesses … more
PROVIDENCE – Citizens Bank last week closed a $60 million bond placement for the New England Institute of Technology, which will be used to finance a new 420-bed residence hall. The tax-exempt … more
General Treasurer Seth Magaziner has extended a financial incentive for Rhode Islanders interested in opening a college account through the state’s 529 college investment fund. more
David V. Devault, vice chair, secretary and chief financial officer of Washington Trust Bancorp, is the business leadership award winner in Providence Business News’ 15th annual competition. more
Jennifer Schwall is the executive director of Cherrystone Angel Group, an angel investment group based in Rhode Island. Schwall talks with PBN about what it means to lead the angel investing effort in New England, how the group has grown and the level of interest from Rhode Island-based ventures. more
Despite an overall reduction in the number of taxpayer-backed loans made in Rhode Island last fiscal year, small business loan dollar volume grew 2.8 percent thanks largely to an increase in financing for fixed assets, such as real estate and machinery. more
Saying no is tough. That's especially true when those doing the asking are offering help to those less fortunate. But that's exactly what some local nonprofits have to do during the holiday season. "When people ask, we do the best … more
A Banco Santander SA unit told a London judge that four state-owned bus and metro companies in Portugal defaulted on a type of interest-rate hedging derivative known as a “snowball.” more
U.S. banks that pass the Federal Reserve’s annual stress tests are strong enough to boost quarterly payouts to shareholders 53 percent on average, disbursing $109 billion over the next 15 months, according to analysts. more
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