Berkshire Bank has partnered with financial technology firm Upstart to launch a new lending platform that could lead to $100 million in consumer loan originations annually.
A former branch manager at Webster Bank and Citizens Bank pleaded guilty yesterday to participating in a tax-preparation scheme that targeted one of Greater Boston’s immigrant communities.
A new survey, raises questions about whether seller’s agents and housing policy experts can look to seniors for a fresh pulse of housing inventory just as Millennials are in their prime homebuying years.
Boston city councilors supported elimination of on-site parking requirements for developers of 100 percent affordable housing projects, in a reform that sponsors predict will eliminate a common source of legal challenges.
From raising tens of thousands of dollars with athletic feats to giving a reason for families to celebrate, real estate brokerages, banks, credit unions and construction firms helped make the world a better place recently.
Commercial real estate brokerage JLL has bought the Boston-based property management software firm Building Engines in what it called a “strategic acquisition.”
One of the biggest bank mergers in the Northeast this year is one step closer to becoming reality after key state regulators signed off on the deal.
U.S. financial regulators on Thursday approved a series of steps toward addressing the dangers that climate change poses to the nation’s financial system.
The Federal Reserve is imposing a broad new set of restrictions on the investments its officials can own, a response to questionable recent trades that forced two top Fed officials to resign. The Fed announced Thursday that its policymakers and senior staff would be barred from investing in individual stocks and bonds. They would also have
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