Citizens Bank has been at the forefront of creating great digital experiences for its customers, forming several partnerships with various fintech companies. Lamont Young has been at the center of these efforts.
After a brief career on Beacon Hill as a legislative aide, Bill Crean transitioned to the private sector representing Construction Industries of Massachusetts during the heyday of the Central Artery Tunnel project. A commercial real estate broker for the past two decades, Crean joined Avision Young in August.
During Clay Deutsch’s eight years at the helm of Boston Private, the former McKinsey & Co. executive saw his fair share of challenges, including issues with the bank’s up-and-coming wealth management division and a series of layoffs. However, when he retired earlier this year, Deutsch left Boston Private in much better shape than when he joined it.
When you have a 90-day lag between the deal and getting something signed, there’s always the risk that transactions die. That’s where Gabriel Safar hopes LeasePilot can help.
A version of legislation aimed at cutting rents by 10 percent and expanding access to affordable housing was unveiled Tuesday afternoon in Washington by Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
When Janice Houghton began her career in the banking industry more than four decades ago, she found herself facing many challenges, mainly because she was in an industry dominated by men. But in early November, Houghton left the industry on top, retiring from her post as president and CEO of StonehamBank.
Six miles from Boston and with a population of more than 53,000, the coastal city of Revere wants to identify development, amenities, and growth decisions for the next 20 years.
A positive outlook and a ready gift of gab have served John Dolan well as a commercial real estate broker and an announcer for teams ranging from the Boston College football squad to the New York Knicks.
Having started his career at an advertising agency, Tyson Nargassans never thought he would end up marketing for financial institutions.
A 20-year employee at Boston-based Icon Architecture, Kendra Halliwell is working with Berkeley Investments on a signature project in Sullivan Square, redeveloping the Graphic Arts Finishers’ property into 171 apartments.
Scott Budde previously worked in the investment management arm of TIAA and would go on to create the first division of the bank focused on social and impact investing strategies. Now he’s part of a group of stakeholders launching the first ever credit union in the country to lend exclusively to farmers and food entrepreneurs.
After turning Boston’s Fenway neighborhood into a new market for class A office space and luxury condominiums, Samuels & Assoc. is looking at other development frontiers in Boston. Leslie Cohen, the firm’s chief operating officer, led the 30-story Pierce Boston project that opened last winter overlooking Audubon Circle.
Konrad Martin is the CEO of the IT and cybersecurity firm Tech Advisors, which has offices in Medfield and Boston. The company provides businesses of all sizes with a range of services including network security, converting information to the cloud and disaster recovery.
Darryl Fess came from humble beginnings, but now runs one of the largest community banks in Massachusetts. He grew up with four siblings in an apartment his parents rented for 20 years in Somerville.
Architect Vickie Alani’s specialties in the multifamily and hospitality sectors are starting to blur together, as hotel and housing developers borrow each others’ design trends.
Heather Quintal is the fifth generation in her family to work with stone.
Dyer Brown’s restaurant practice has a long list of reservations. The Boston-based architecture firm recently completed projects for Red Heat Tavern’s newest location
Jeremy Fried was ready for a career change while building on his experience as a commercial broker in the Boston suburban markets.
Tamara Small has been the commercial real estate industry’s leading voice on Beacon Hill in her role as senior vice president of government affairs for NAIOP Massachusetts.
When he was in college three decades ago, Dave Dirubbo dreamed of building the small construction company he started with his brother Anthony into a thriving business. But after he was diagnosed with stage IV lymphoma, those dreams were put on hold.
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