With all of the expenses banks and credit union rack up just to cover the cost of doing business, it’s hard to consider paper as a huge driver.
Al Mirin started out in the real estate industry as a financial analyst, advising investment and leasing brokers on the fundamentals of their pending deals.
The MetroHartford Alliance has named David Griggs as the organization’s new CEO and president.
Before entering commercial real estate, Tom Pajolek worked in the corporate world as a brand manager for Georgia Pacific.
Laura Pirie works with developers, academic institutions and communities in her role as founder of New Haven-based architects Pirie Assoc.
Earlier this year, Wendell Davis became the new regional administrator for the New England region of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
A timely and tech-savvy internship helped Sean Cahill land his first job in commercial real estate.
Whether a fire or a power outage or a data breach, Tracy Hall has been helping banks prepare for and get ahead of disasters for more than two decades.
After a long career in marketing for companies that included Apple, Hewlett Packard and Xerox, Joe Scozzafava turned his talents to real estate.
Jim Fagan says he can’t think of a career choice that would be more enjoyable than commercial real estate, comparing the competition and day-to-day variety of the job to an athletic contest.
Joe Amoroso left the mortgage business after 28 years to co-found Indeed Abstract, a title insurance, settlement services and default management company.
With three decades of experience in wealth management, Bank of America Merrill Lynch financial advisor Michele McCallion has built a successful business.
As one of the New Haven area’s most prolific commercial real estate brokers, Bill Clark is living proof that getting the jump on the competition gets results. Clark’s reputation for early-morning meetings with clients has paid off during three-plus decades at Branford-based The Geenty Group.
Bill Hart is a consistent top-producing loan originator who likes a challenge.
After working for large multifamily developers in Trammell Crow and Fairfield Residential, Andy Montelli set up shop in Fairfield with his own firm, Post Road Residential Inc. Since its founding in 2011, the company has developed four residential complexes in Connecticut and two in Massachusetts totaling nearly 1,900 units.
If your customers hate taking valuable time to pay their bills, a new fintech firm based in Glastonbury may have the perfect solution to help make their lives easier.
After working for several years in the grocery business with an eye toward eventually owning his own store, Dan Keune decided to give his parents’ business a try three decades ago and never left.
Gerry Amodio is a self-described “New Britain lifer,” but it wasn’t until 2010 that his passion for supporting the community became a fulltime job. He sold his family moving and storage business to take on the leadership of the New Britain Downtown District, which collects a property tax surcharge from 85 owners of 112 properties for police patrols, community events and placemaking. The city has seen a rebound in private investment in recent years, as developers focus on building multifamily housing in the downtown core with such projects as the $58 million Columbus Commons complex.
The state of Connecticut has seen its fair share of troubles over the past year, and the banking industry has not been immune, dealing with slow economic growth that has made companies and residents flee the state for opportunities elsewhere.
Tom Hylinski began what he thought would be a career as a securities analyst at Peoples Savings Bank in Bridgeport in 1977. But as he prepares to retire 40 years later, Hylinski, now executive vice president and head of the retail lending department at Liberty Bank, is proud to call himself a dedicated community banker.