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From PBN - Five Questions With: Joseph Confessore
By Washington Trust / January 23, 2019
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From Providence Business News

Five Questions With: Joseph Confessore

By Scott Blake - January 22,2019

Joseph Confessore is leading The Washington Trust Company’s new Private Clients Group, designed to provide a spectrum of banking and investment services for business owners, executives and “high net worth” individuals and their families and organizations. He also will continue to serve as a team leader in the bank’s Commercial and Institutional Banking Group.

Since joining the Westerly-based bank in 2003, Confessore has been instrumental in middle-market commercial and institutional lending in southern New England. Prior to joining Washington Trust, he spent several years in regional and national financial institutions in roles supporting business owners and their companies from asset-based lending and private banking platforms.

Confessore has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Rhode Island and a master’s degree in business administration from Providence College. He continues to serve on the College of Business Advisory Council and as a trustee of the University of Rhode Island Foundation. He is also a board member of the Rhode Island Industrial Facilities Corp.

Click here to read the entire Q&A at Providence Business News

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