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The nominator for Yahaira "Jay" Placencia, a Providence Business News 2015 Woman to Watch, has known her for less than a year. But that was enough time for her to make a big impact. "She has an overflowing personality," U.S Trust, Bank of … more
Rhode Island native Renee Evangelista, a specialist in complex estate planning and settlement techniques, showed the courage of her convictions in 2014 when she left the international legal player Edwards Wildman (now Locke Lord) to form a boutique … more
Ann Marie Fillion always had an affinity for both numbers and people – those two interests have translated into a career that transcends the typical accountant's role in business. Born in East Providence, Fillion, 55, started out as a … more
Betsey A. Purinton, 64, the managing director and chief investment officer for StrategicPoint Investment Advisors in Providence, is 13 years into her latest career – and still growing. Previously a teacher, an administrator and a … more
The 15th annual Washington Trust Peanut Butter Drive collected more than 4.8 tons of peanut butter to benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank and local food pantries across the state. more
Pawtucket Credit Union President and CEO Karl A. Kozak retired on Thursday after 24 years of growing a financial institution that today is the state’s largest credit union. more
Rhode Island residents could save 14 percent on homeowner’s insurance by raising their deductible from $500 to $1,000, according to a new insuranceQuotes.com report. more
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, Britain’s largest taxpayer-owned lender, could pay as much as $4.5 billion to resolve claims of misconduct in its handling of U.S. mortgage securities, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. more
Toronto-Dominion Bank, Canada’s second- largest lender by assets, agreed to buy Nordstrom Inc.’s Visa Inc. and private-label credit-card portfolio in the U.S. as it expands purchases in North American consumer credit. more
Citizens Financial Group Inc. last week donated a renovated, mortgage-free house to a Rhode Island combat-wounded military veteran and his family. The house, arranged through the Military Warriors Support Foundation, was renovated by Citizens Bank colleagues and donated as part of the bank’s “ongoing commitment to supporting those served our country.” Retired U.S. Army specialist Joshua Bacon, a combat engineer with the 41st Engineering Company, was awarded the house. Bacon sustained multiple injuries in 2009 while deployed in Afghanistan, according to the release. “First and foremost my family and I would like to say ‘thank you’ to Military Warrior Support Foundation and Citizens Bank for such a generous act of kindness,” Bacon said in a statement. “Receiving a mortgage-free home will create opportunities for my family not just now, but for generations to come.” Brad Conner, vice chairman and head of consumer banking at Citizens Bank, said in a statement the bank was honored to provide the home for Bacon and his family. “At Citizens Bank our colleagues are committed to supporting the communities where we live and work and are truly excited to have helped refurbish this home for Joshua and his family,” Conner said. In addition to the Warwick house, Citizens also gave Bacon $5,000 gift cards to purchase items for the home. Also attending the house-donating ceremony were Citizens Rhode Island president Marc Paulhus, Citizens Rhode Island market executive Barbara Cottam and Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, according to the release. more
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