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Managers at Investors Bancorp hit the streets to pull in deposits


"You can't meet customers at the headquarters," CEO Kevin Cummings tells his senior executives.


Valley National to cut 60 corporate jobs


The New Jersey bank said it will save millions of dollars by eliminating the jobs as well as selling and leasing back some of its real estate.


Beneficial divesting five N.J. branches as part of its sale to WSFS


Bank of Princeton will also buy $190 million in deposits as part of the deal.


Provident Financial to buy New York wealth management firm


Provident's investment adviser unit will have nearly $3 billion in assets under management after it buys Tirschwell & Loewy.


Amboy's chairman and CEO dies unexpectedly


George Scharpf had been the New Jersey bank's leader since 1981.


Investors in N.J. to close four branches


The $25.5 billion-asset company has also restructured its securities portfolio as part of a broader effort to reduce costs and improve profits.


Investors Bancorp freed from BSA-related regulatory order


The New Jersey company terminated an acquisition after being hit with the order in 2016.


Is the public banking movement losing steam?


Efforts to create city- or state-owned banks in Los Angeles, Seattle and New Jersey have suffered setbacks of late, but public banking advocates are taking the long view.


N.Y. bank raises $16M to expand in adjacent markets


Orange County Bancorp has identified two neighboring counties for expansion.


Former bank chairman charged with loan fraud


Fred Daibes and an associate allegedly conspired to fraudulently obtain loans from Mariner's Bank, a New Jersey institution he helped found.