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As the Federal Reserve grapples with an economy that isn't behaving as expected, policymakers are having a rethink on the public stage. Growth has slowed, productivity has slumped and inflation is taking longer than expected to accelerate, … more
What employee benefit is the most popular among staff members? The end-of-year Fringe payout. In addition to vacation time, eligible employees are provided with six days of sick/personal time annually. Any of that time not taken by the … more
Albertina Santos has been hired as assistant vice president, branch manager for Washington Trust's new Providence branch. Santos brings more than 20 years of banking experience to her new role, most recently serving as branch manager for Bank of … more
Michelle Moniz has joined Webster Bank as senior vice president, market manager. She joins the bank from Santander, where she served as a retail district executive, with more than 10 years of banking experience. Moniz is a graduate of Rhode Island … more
Renee C. Byers was hired by BankNewport as operations manager. She was previously vice president of retail operations for The Washington Trust Co. of Westerly. Byers, who lives in Westerly, has a B.S. in business administration from the University … more
Aaron C. Guckian was hired by BankNewport as branch sales manager of the East Greenwich office, at 1000 Division St. He was formerly a sales coordinator for The Washington Trust Co. Guckian has a B.A. in music and education from Connecticut College … more
For all the angst over where the world’s benchmark bond yield is going, its level on Christmas Eve is almost exactly the same as a year ago. more
To ensure Wells Fargo & Co.’s scandal over unauthorized customer accounts isn’t being repeated at other lenders, regulators are poised to start reviewing data and talking to employees inside the biggest U.S. banks, according to a person familiar with the matter. more
U.S. regulators have asked their internal watchdogs to examine how assessments of banks’ plans for winding down during a potential bankruptcy ended up in a news article. more
Special Olympics Rhode Island recently inducted the Credit Unions of Rhode Island into their 2016 Hall of Fame, recognizing the financial institutions for their more than 18 years of support. more
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