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After The Royal Bank of Scotland PLC took a British taxpayer bailout in 2008, rumors circled for years about a possible sale of subsidiary Citizens Financial Group Inc. that could threaten some of the Providence-based bank's thousands of local jobs … more
Fidelity Investments is well known as a financial services giant, one of the nation’s largest companies specializing in investment and retirement planning. In Rhode Island, 14 percent of the state’s population has a retirement plan at the company through their workplace. more
Approximately $4 million will be saved by 15 communities following the refinancing of two Clean Water bonds by the R.I. Infrastructure Bank. more
Bank of America Corp.’s second-quarter trading revenue is on track to rise by “mid-single digits,” CEO Brian Moynihan said Thursday, following optimistic comments a day earlier from JPMorgan Chase & Co. more
Today is the final day of ALS One’s social media campaign “A Thousand for A Thousand,” which aims to raise at least $1 million for ALS research. more
A new study by the online loan marketplace LendingTree shows millennials nationwide are increasingly becoming a larger portion of the automobile loan market. more
Bank of America last week announced it is installing cardless technology in 5,000 ATMs throughout the country, including a handful of locations in Rhode Island. more
A new report shows the credit union industry set new records in the first quarter of 2016 in areas including loans, membership and share. more
Sean McGarry is vice president and retirement plan service manager at Rockland Trust. He talks with Providence Business News about the recent U.S. Department of Labor ruling on the “conflict of interest” regulation, which is designed to protect investors from hidden fees in retirement-investment advice. McGarry breaks down the regulation and how it could affect clients and financial advisers.v more
The succession-planning process for mid- to large-sized companies ideally is a continuous work in progress, and begun three to five years before a planned departure. If the goal is to not merely avoid disruption, but to further the … more
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