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Entries in Todd Mason (3)

Wednesday
Jun262019

Financial Institutions . . . In the News

  • Bangor Savings Bank ends 2018 with a 38% increase from 2017.  (BDN 6.21.19)
  • Bar Harbor Trust Services was added to the lawsuit involving theft by Robert K. Lindell, Jr.  (BDN 6.11.19) 
  • Canada’s largest banks are looking outside Canada to continue growing.  (Bloomberg News 5.24.19)
  • Plans to open Maine Harvest Credit Union this summer will be focused on famers and food entrepreneurs.  (Mainebiz 5.22.19)
  • Bangor Savings Bank held opening ceremony for its new office in Bangor.  (News Center Maine 5.20.19)
  • The reorganization of Northeast Bancorp and Northeast Bank are now complete.  (Yahoo Finance 5.16.19)
  • Machias Savings Bank plans a large expansion in Machias.  (BDN 5.14.19)
  • Maine banking institutions need federal law changes for pot industries.  (Central Maine 5.12.19)
  • Maine’s legal marijuana businesses are not allowed to use banking services. (Central Maine 5.12.19)
  • Maine banking institutions support a federal marijuana banking bill.  (Mainebiz 4.22.19)
  • Maine Credit Union League President and CEO Todd Mason makes digital innovation a priority.  (Mainebiz 4.21.19)
Tuesday
Jan082019

Financial Institutions . . . In the News

  • Steve deCastro becomes CEO and President of Gorham Savings Bank.  (PPH 1.2.19)
  • Camden National Bank makes technology changes to meet the growing needs of its customers.  (PRNewswire 12.11.18)
  • TD Bank rated first for SBA Loans in several states, including Maine.  (Guru Focus 12.11.18)
  • Todd Mason, President and CEO of Maine Credit Union League, joins the Maine State Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors.  (MaineBiz 12.10.18)
  • Manchester, NH is drawing new banking branches to its area. (Union Leader 11.24.18)
  • Bangor Savings trains every employee in “Green Dot” to empower workers to intervene in workplace bullying or harassment.  (Central Maine 11.26.18)
  • Banks and Departments of Motor Vehicles are teaming up to help to prevent identity fraud.  (Wall Street Journal 11.12.18)
  • Camden National Bank named as one of five U.S. banks receiving the 2018 Greenwich CX Leader.  (MaineBiz 11.8.2018)
  • U.S. mortgage rates hit 7-year high.  (Central Maine 11.8.18)
  • Wells Fargo admits incorrect foreclosure procedures on many homeowners.  (PPH 11.6.18)
Tuesday
Jan302018

Financial Institutions . . . In the News

  • New Hampshire’s legislature is debating changes to foreclosure laws.  (Concord Monitor 1.29.18)
  • Record breaking sales of Maine homes in 2017 kept prices surging in Cumberland and York counties.  (PPH 1.24.18)
  • Marion Colombo joins Bar Harbor Bank & Trust as Executive Vice President of Retail Delivery in February 2018.  (Business Wire 1.23.18)
  • Jerome Powell to succeed Janet Yellen as Federal Reserve Chairman in February 2018.  (Central Maine 1.23.18)
  • Maine AG Janet Mills supports federal legislation allowing banks to serve state-licensed marijuana businesses.  (BDN 1.17.18)
  • Jeffrey Fuhrer, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, anticipates a 2.5% economic growth for upcoming year.  (Mainebiz 1.16.18)
  • $45 Million settlement reached between 49 states and the District of Columbia and PHH Mortgage Corp. over improper servicing of mortgage loans.  (Mainebiz 1.4.2018)
  • Todd Mason, President and CEO of the Maine Credit Union League, announces changes to management of the Maine Credit Union League and Synergent, its service organization.   (Mainebiz 12.12.17)
  • Key Bank customer given access to wrong account.  (Sun Journal 12.2.17)
  • Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen predicts that the Federal Reserve will continue to gradually increase rates.  (Central Maine 11.29.17)
  • Tim Thompson, Franklin Savings Bank’s new President and CEO, replaces retiring Peter Judkins.  (Mainebiz 11.27.17)
  • Bangor Savings Bank has a new branch in Portsmouth, NH.  (Fosters 11.12.17)
  • Banking branches are difficult to keep open in small communities with many services being provided for in on-line banking.  (Mainebiz 10.26.17)