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The Lincoln branch of Santander Bank will be its first in Rhode Island to offer a new service designed for its wealthier customers. more
Capital Good Fund this month announced a partnership with The Business Development Co. to raise capital to fund thousands of loans in the coming years for low-income Rhode Islanders. more
Washington Trust Bancorp Inc., parent of Washington Trust Co., paid $7.1 million to complete the acquisition of Halsey Associates Inc., increasing the bank’s wealth management assets by 15 percent. more
(Updated 12:22 p.m.) Joseph M. Baptista is the president of Anchor Financial Mortgage Inc. in Pawtucket. The mortgage firm recently partnered with R.I. Housing and its new program, the Ocean State Grad Grant, which is designed to help new graduates purchase homes. He talks with Providence Business News about his firm, the program and the benefits to buying versus renting. more
Adviser part of the based Professional Planning Group (PPG) was one of two Rhode Islanders to be named to Barron’s 2015 Top 100 Independent Financial Advisors list. more
(Updated 3:43 and 4:38 p.m.) The R.I. Commerce Corp. board on Monday approved a new loan program designed to benefit small businesses, approving $5.4 million in state funds for four development organizations and three micro lenders. more
Kahn Litwin Renza & Co. Ltd. was ranked as the 92nd largest accounting firm in the country by Inside Public Accounting, moving up four spots from last year. more
Stocks at several Rhode Island-based companies are feeling the turmoil shaking up Wall Street. more
General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, who took office in January, oversees the Rhode Island public-employee pension plan, which is valued at nearly $8 billion. It is the primary retirement vehicle for 60,000 current and retired state employees, … more
(Updated, 4:48 p.m.) Pointing to the currency crisis in Europe and China’s economic slowdown, Rhode Island’s general treasurer says volatility in the financial markets contributed to the 0.28 percent loss on the state’s pension investments last year. more
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