Another attempt to overhaul the Community Reinvestment Act moved forward yesterday as the Federal Reserve released its proposal to modernize the legislation that encourages financial institutions to meet community credit needs.
Greenwich-based Wheelock Street Capital has partnered on the acquisition of a suburban Boston industrial property.
A Danbury fintech has launched a new service that bundles licensed loan coordinators, point-of-sale technology and fulfillment services to create a complete mortgage operations platform from application to close.
A parking garage leased to the state of Connecticut has changed ownership in Bridgeport.
Connecticut is forming an advisory group to validate the safety of any coronavirus vaccines and how to distribute them to the public.
A new report from CoreLogic finds that 6.3 percent of mortgaged Connecticut residential properties were underwater on their loans in the second quarter of this year.
Tax and accounting consultants RSM US have signed a lease in Hartford’s Goodwin Square tower, bringing the property up to 89 percent occupancy.
Amazon is seeking to establish yet another distribution facility in Windsor to compliment its two existing ones.
A Waterbury man has been sentenced in federal court to nearly four years in prison for participating in a check fraud scheme that cost banks more than $300,000.
Gov. Ned Lamont expressed concern Thursday about an increasing number of people testing positive for the coronavirus around the state.
A senior vice president at Webster Bank has joined a national advisory council focused on promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in the investment industry.
Raytheon Technologies Corp. plans to eliminate more than 15,000 jobs this year, including at its corporate offices and jet engine-maker Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford.
A former senior adviser at American Express Co. has resigned from the Webster Bank board of directors just three months after joining, citing a potential regulatory conflict.
A North Haven banquet facility has been sold to a local credit union.
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors has launched a nationwide program that will offer a single exam to payments firms, ensuring that they satisfy all state regulatory requirements.
Connecticut’s governor said Monday he does not want to see schools closing their buildings because of isolated coronavirus cases and urged districts offering only distance learning to consider revisiting their plans.
Mortgage refinance and purchase applications across the country dropped last week, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey.
With two mergers already completed this year, Connecticut could see two more credit unions join with larger organizations in the coming months.
A 3.72-acre site in Fairfield sold for $5.4 million in an off-market transaction.
General contractor Solidus has completed its renovation of a century-old former elementary school in East Hartford and officially opened its new headquarters.