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Steward Partners Global Advisory welcomes Ramapo Wealth Advisors, a $600 million New Jersey-based team

WASHINGTON, March 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Steward Partners Global Advisory, LLC, an independent, full-service, employee-owned partnership associated with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. (Member FINRA/SIPC), welcomes its new partner firm, Ramapo Wealth Advisors, based at Ramsey, New Jersey. The five-person team, formerly at Wells Fargo and managing $600 million in …

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NEW YORK COMMUNITY BANCORP, INC. ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF MARSHALL LUX TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

HICKSVILLE, NY, February 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) (the “Company” or “NYCB”) today announced the appointment of Marshall Lux – a prominent and highly regarded professional in the financial services industry – to the Boards of Directors of the Company and its principal banking …

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CDC mask guidelines ease as NYC schools drop outdoor mandate – NBC New York

New York City schools will end their outdoor mask mandates starting Monday, but face coverings will still be required for all students, staff and visitors inside buildings, the Chancellor David Banks. Other basic COVID protocols, such as increased ventilation, distancing where possible, distribution of test kits and daily medical screening, …

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Goldman Sachs hints at back-to-office plans

John Waldron, COO, Goldman Sachs (Getty Images, iStock/Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal) After a nationwide surge of new coronavirus cases delayed major employers’ plans for in-person work, Goldman Sachs is preparing to welcome employees back to the office. Chief Operating Officer John Waldron has hinted at …

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Madison Realty Capital completes 2021 record with $6.4

New York, Jan. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Madison Realty Capital, a vertically integrated real estate private equity firm focused on debt and equity investment strategies, today announced the completion of one of the busiest years in 17-17 year history. Notable highlights for 2021 include: Closed a record total deal …

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Doctors, lawyers and NYPD officer swindled $100 million fraud: Feds

Two gangs who enlisted trusted professionals to steal $100 million from insurance companies were busted Wednesday in what the federal government is calling one of the biggest frauds in history. More than a dozen suspects, including a New York City cop, have been arrested following an investigation by the Justice …

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Governor Hochul announces billion dollar small business bailout, bolsters New York’s economic recovery

Governor Hochul announces billion dollar small business bailout, bolsters New York’s economic recovery Skip to main content Your browser does not support iframes Governor Hochul announces billion dollar small business bailout, bolsters New York’s economic recovery New tax credit will provide relief for small businesses with COVID-related capital expenditures Small …

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NJ’s first bank protecting more seniors and funds Crimestoppers program

Community submitted content and photo First Bank announced its partnership with the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation, which provides protection and a better quality of life for vulnerable residents of senior housing. As part of the Senior Crimestoppers program, First Bank’s donation of approximately $ 20,000 will directly help residents …

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Baltimore’s keys to becoming the epicenter of black entrepreneurship

Band Majella Mark Maryland has one of the highest black populations in the South with over 1 million occupants Baltimore-Based Tech Startup Sonavi Labs Raised Over $ 1 Million In Round Table With Local Angel Investors Most black professionals live in major cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington …

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Wall Street takes a break when he returns to the office.

Wall Street banks have mostly taken a tough stance on plans to return to the office, with many senior executives working from their desks for months and urging reluctant employees to do the same. They’ve changed their tunes for now. With the Omicron variant of the coronavirus raging, Bank of …

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AFC Gamma and Viridescent Realty Trust provide Acreage Holdings with $ 100 million senior secured credit facility

AFC Gamma commits $ 60 million on $ 100 million credit facility AFC agent acts as administrative agent alongside VRT agent as co-agent WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., December 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – AFC Gamma, Inc. (NASDAQ: AFCG) (“AFC Gamma”) today announced that it, together with Viridescent Realty Trust, Inc. …

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AOC and GOP Cannabis Delisting Bill from Congress (Newsletter: December 3, 2021)

safe drug use sites in New York; Financial organizations want marijuana banks in the NDAA; The new Jamaican “good sense of ganja” campaign Subscribe to receive the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning of the week. It’s the best way to find out which cannabis stories are …

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Thanksgiving 2021: what’s open, what’s closed on Thursday? Banks, UPS, mail delivery, stock exchanges, stores, shopping malls, supermarkets

Thanksgiving 2021 is Thursday, November 25. It is an annual national holiday which has both religious and secular aspects, being nicknamed the “harvest festival” and the “family festival”. The first Thanksgiving is said to have taken place in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621. It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in …

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Liberty Union Mortgage Team Helps Homebuyers Bid Over Other Deals As Post-Pandemic Real Estate Market Continues To Soar

Jason Solowsky, Branch Manager Jason Solowsky, Branch Manager for the Liberty Union Team Jason Solowsky, Branch Manager for the Liberty Union Team NORTH ARLINGTON, NJ, Nov. 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The United States is temporarily emerging from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, and the real estate market has …

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Joan A. (Better) McAndrew | News, Sports, Jobs

NASHUA, NH – Joan A. (Betterly) McAndrews, 82, passed away peacefully at home on November 15, 2021, after a long battle with breast cancer. She never let cancer define her and maintained a positive attitude the entire time. Joan was born in Hazleton, Pa. On June 18, 1939, daughter of …

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New York Community Bancorp, Inc. Joins MDI Innovation Committee to Help Modernize Technology in Minority Depository Institutions

HICKSVILLE, NY, September 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) (the “Company”) today announced that it has joined the new Minority Depository Institutions Innovation Committee (the “Committee”) . The committee will serve as a vital avenue for modernizing the technological capabilities of minority depositories, …

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What to see on your trip to New Jersey

1778011 (CC0), Pixabay New Jersey, The Garden State, is certainly full of beautiful places, as evidenced by the following set of photos! Although it is the fourth smallest state, it has many exciting places that you must visit. We’ve rounded up some of the most beautiful places to visit in …

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Crypto Bank Removes NH App, Cites State Regulation

BlockFi Trust claims unclear New Hampshire banking regulations prevent it from opening a branch in Granite State, sources tell NHJournal. BlockFi, headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey, withdrew its request to open a new trust company from the New Hampshire Banking Commission file earlier this month. The company declined to …

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Tolls payable for the Hudson tunnel project

The latest funding plan for a new Hudson River rail tunnel makes it clear that the New Jersey Turnpike Authority – not the state’s transit agency – will cover the state’s contribution to the much-sought-after project. The updated financing plan for what is known as the Hudson Tunnel Project, released …

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NJ Commuters Prepare for Big Toll Hikes

The long, smoldering New Jersey-New York border war over congestion pricing escalates next week with public hearings on rising tolls that could cost NJ commuters $ 3,000 a year. Officially known as the “Central Business District Tolling Program,” it charges rush-hour tolls to enter the most congested parts of Manhattan. …

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Using federal funds to clean up H2O for the poor

Credit: (ChrisGoldNY via Creative Commons under CC BY-NC 2.0)Wastewater management plant in Newtown Creek, with the New York City skyline in the background. New Jersey has a golden opportunity to repair its outdated water infrastructure, thanks to a potential flood of federal funding. And the new leaders of the state’s …

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Meridian Capital Group and Barings Launch NewPoint Real Estate Capital to Launch New Approach to Multi-Family Financing

NEW YORK, June 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Meridian Capital Group, the national leader in commercial mortgage brokerage, and Barings, one of the world’s leading investment managers, are pleased to announce the launch of NewPoint Real Estate Capital (“NewPoint”). NewPoint, who completed the previously announced the acquisition of Barings …

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SL Green Realty: what you need to know

Although SL Green rents premises to tenants in many industries, it has a strong concentration in the financial services industry. This is a potential concern. If this sector needs less office space in the future, this could have a significant impact on the occupancy level and rental rates of SL …

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Zombie seizures increase 21% nationwide in Q2 2021

IRVINE, California, May 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ATTOM data solutions, curator of the nation’s leading real estate database, today released its report on vacant properties and zombie foreclosure for the second quarter of 2021, showing that 1.4 million (1,409,457) residential properties in United States are vacant this quarter, …

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Trump administration cuts protection for wild birds

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – The Trump administration on Tuesday finalized changes that weaken the government’s enforcement powers under a century-old law protecting most U.S. wild bird species, dismissing warnings that billions of birds could die of it. Federal wildlife officials have acknowledged that the move could lead to more deaths …

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Where to donate to bolster a quiet art scene

As we move into April, treating people sick with Covid-19 and preventing others from becoming so remains a priority in New York, as it does across the country. But how can we pay attention to others particularly affected by the crisis? The city-wide shutdown of non-essential services has devastated the …

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