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Bristol County Savings Bank Promotes Five To Senior VP/Commercial Lending

Bristol County Savings Bank announced the promotion of Hassan Ali, Roger Cabral, Paul Camille, Tim Chaves and Jeff Pagliuca to the position of Senior Vice President/Commercial Lending with each team leaders in the Rhode Island, Fall River, Attleboro, Taunton and New Bedford areas, respectively.

“We are confident that all of those promoted possess the requisite experience and management and sales skills to provide the regional leadership necessary for us to further drive growth while still providing the personal, quality service that our customers have come to expect,” said John Silva, Executive Vice President/Commercial Lending.

they will be responsible for supervising their lending teams and developing and managing commercial loan and deposit relationships.

The Promotions

Hasan Ali will lead the Rhode Island team out of the Bank’s new Warwick Loan Office, located at 300 Jefferson Boulevard, Suite 102.  Prior to his promotion, he served as Vice President/Commercial Lending for the Bank.  Previously, Ali held a number of positions with Santander Bank, N.A., including Market Manager/Team Leader - Business Banking in Boston, Massachusetts; Vice President/Relationship Manager - Business Banking, Providence, Rhode Island; and Small Business Relationship Manager, also in Providence.  He also served as a Commercial Lender for Ocean Capital, a Division of Home Loan Investment Bank (HLIB) in Warwick, Rhode Island.

Y gets new sandbox thanks to volunteer efforts of Webster Bank employees

The YMCA of Greater Providence, Kent County branch, hosted a ceremony for the unveiling of the new Webster Bank Sandbox last Wednesday. The project was made possible by the manager of Webster’s East Greenwich banking center, Adrian Medina, who solicited volunteers from the bank, purchased the materials, and engaged his customers to lend their support and expertise during the building process.

“Webster bankers give of themselves, volunteering more than 130,000 hours each year in the communities they serve. Today, we are celebrating a terrific example of that giving in action – the opening of the Webster YMCA Sandbox,” said Nitin Mhatre, Executive Vice President, Community Banking, Webster Bank.

“We are extremely grateful for the continued support we have received from Webster Bank,” said Steven G. O’Donnell, CEO, YMCA of Greater Providence. “Thanks to their dedication to the YMCA community, we have the opportunity to open a brand new sandbox at our Kent County branch, providing some of our youngest members with a fun and safe place to play. Local businesses are the primary reason our facilities can thrive and it’s great to see Webster Bank committed to serving its local community.”

Do you have to pay the bank in Rhode Island when a property is foreclosed and sold by the bank at lower price?

Like many other people, it's been hard to make ends meet and stay on top of my mortgage. I want to know if Rhode Island law allows the bank to come after me for whatever the difference is from what they sell it for.


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