Updated February 26 at 8:50pm
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The R.I. Division of Taxation’s new computer system went live in mid-July, with more than 30 types of taxes and fees administered by the agency now being processed by the new system. more
U.S. investors who live overseas are no longer able to purchase or trade any mutual fund shares on Fidelity Investments’ brokerage platform under a change that went into effect Aug. 1. more
TD Bank announced Thursday the promotion of Frank Casale who will take over as regional vice president for Rhode Island and southern Massachusetts. more
Washington Trust is slated to open a new branch next quarter in Rumford, which marks the bank’s second East Providence location. more
A Rhode Island-based real estate group recently provided funds for two hotel projects in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania. more
Guaranteed Rate, the nationwide retail mortgage lender, is opening a new location in East Greenwich. more
There may be fewer military boots on the ground overseas, but here at home there have been major campaigns in the housing market this year directed at veterans. more
Meeting face to face is a critical element in building relationships, so some banks, including Bank of America and Savings Institute Bank & Trust, are expanding the use of videoconferencing to maintain one-on-one conversations among employees in different locations and to offer customers an opportunity to meet with specialists, such as mortgage loan officers. more
Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC, Britain’s largest taxpayer owned bank, has given “unacceptable” returns to shareholders, CEO Ross McEwan said. more
Banks stand to lose as much as $4.5 billion in annual revenue as regulations aimed at improving financial stability alter how interest-rate swaps are bought and sold, according to a report from McKinsey & Co. more
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