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Helping Early Stage Fintechs

Helping Early Stage Fintechs

By Diane McLaughlin | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Sep 27, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

FinTech Sandbox had expected to welcome thousands of people to Boston this week for its fourth annual FinTech Week. But despite the pandemic – the conference has been rescheduled until March 2021 – the nonprofit still has big news: a new executive director in the person of Kelly Fryer.

Becoming a $1B Bank

Becoming a $1B Bank

By Diane McLaughlin | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Aug 9, 2020 | Reprints

After North Easton Savings Bank acquired Mutual Bank last year, it joined the state’s growing list of $1 billion banks. It also got a new leader: Mutual Bank’s president and CEO, Rich Spencer.

Creating Diverse New Pathways into CRE

Creating Diverse New Pathways into CRE

By Steve Adams | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Jul 26, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

Mentorship matters more than ever in the midst of a pandemic., something Carlos Febres-Mazzei knows well. The new chairman of ULI Boston/New England is overseeing a number of equity and inclusion strategies trying to put this knowledge into action.

Finding Solid Support in a Crisis

Finding Solid Support in a Crisis

By Diane McLaughlin | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Jun 28, 2020 | Reprints | Unlock Link

John Miller President and CEO, Quincy Credit Union Age: 40 Industry experience: 15 years  When John Miller became Quincy Credit Union’s president and CEO in March, he was only the second person to officially hold that title in the institution’s 80-year history. His...

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