Updated August 24 at 7:26pm
Banking
438 results total, viewing 51 - 60
Marie Kirkman has joined Pawtucket Credit Union as a mortgage originator, serving Greater Fall River, Westport, Taunton, New Bedford and Cape Cod. She has more than 20 years of banking experience, most recently serving as vice president/mortgage … more
John Nimmo is senior housing counselor at NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley, a community development corporation that serves several communities in northern Rhode Island. He was praised recently by state officials for helping to direct homeowners having difficulty paying their mortgages to a nonprofit program, the SUN Initiative, which allows them to sell and repurchase their houses under more affordable terms. more
Michael D. Ice is a professor of finance at the University of Rhode Island. He talks with Providence Business News about the United Kingdom’s vote to exit the European Union, a move popularly referred to as “Brexit,” and what impact it will have on the marketplace. Prior to joining URI, Ice spent 30 years working on Wall Street and has worked and lived in England. more
Stephen Elias last month was appointed the new vice president of indirect lending at Greenwood Credit Union, Rhode Island’s third-largest credit union. more
People’s Credit Union recently received an Outstanding Worksite Health Award from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce. more
Navigant Credit Union, Rhode Island’s oldest credit union, held a grand opening on June 18 for its 16th branch at 925 Victory Highway in the Slatersville section of North Smithfield. 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
(Updated, 5:35 p.m. and 6 p.m.) Morgan Stanley was alone among the largest U.S. banks in stumbling through the Federal Reserve’s annual stress tests, getting conditional approval to make payouts to shareholders. Thirty other firms passed, while two subsidiaries failed, including Santander Bank. more
Bankers have a new year to fear: 2018. more
The Federal Reserve last week found all 33 of the country’s largest financial institutions had enough capital should the economy turn down, including Bank of America Corp., Banco Santander SA’s U.S. division and Providence-based Citizens Financial Group Inc. more
« Prev | 1 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 44 | Next »