Amesbury-based The Provident Bank faces a big day Wednesday, when its long-planned effort to go fully public will culminate in a stock offering.
The Federal Reserve is easing restrictions imposed on small banks following the 2008 financial crisis, giving a victory to the banking industry.
The new owners of a 6.5-acre property along Boston’s Fort Point Channel plan to build 1.1 million square feet of housing and commercial space on one of the Seaport District’s prime development sites.
Former president of Boston Private Wealth Scott Dell’Orfano has landed on his feet after departing the bank earlier this year.
A Qatari investment firm has completed the second of two purchases of downtown Boston office assets in recent days.
Developer Center Court Partners’ Archer Residences will bring 62 condos with 57 different floor plans to a pair of former Suffolk University buildings steps from the Massachusetts State House.
The Village Bank held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of its new office in Newton Centre. Located at 720 Beacon St., the new branch marks the bank’s seventh location in the city of Newton.
A Boston City Council member is warning that lessons from development in the city’s seaport area must be heeded as Suffolk Downs is redeveloped in East Boston, and calling for a major overhaul of the city’s planning and development agency.
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