People’s United Receives Greenwich Assoc Award for Middle Market Banking

Greenwich Associates presented People’s United Bank with seven awards, including a Greenwich Best Brand – Trust award.

Report: ‘Say Goodbye to Buy-Side Boom Times’

According to a new report from Greenwich Associates and Johnson Associates, pay levels in asset management in 2015 are projected to be slightly lower.

Greenwich: Positive Signs for Small Business, Mid-Market Banking

For the past two years, small businesses and mid-sized companies have become increasingly happy about the status of their banking relationships, according to a new study from Greenwich Associates.

Greenwich Honors U.S. Bank with Excellence Award

Greenwich Associates recognized U.S. Bank as part of its annual Excellence Awards.

Basel III Capital Make U.S. Banks Selective Lenders

According to a new report from Greenwich Associates, it’s a buyers’ market for credit, and companies are spreading their business to ensure adequate and reliable sources of credit and other essential bank services.

Greenwich Names Best Brands in Commercial Banking, Middle Market

Greenwich Associates announced its debut list of Best Brands in U.S. Commercial Banking.

BB&T Receives 20 Greenwich Excellence Awards

The BB&T Small Business and Middle Market banking groups announced they won 20 Greenwich Excellence Awards from Greenwich Associates.

Synovus Receives 20 Customer Service Excellence Awards

Synovus received 16 national awards from Greenwich Associates for excellence in Middle Market and Small Business banking.

2013 Greenwich Excellence Award Winners Announced

Comerica Bank claimed the highest number of 2013 Greenwich Excellence Awards in Middle Market Banking overall, while Bank of America and J.P. Morgan each claimed two Greenwich Excellence Awards in the Mid-Corporate category.

U.S. Banks Eager to Lend to Healthy Small Businesses

In the small business segment, banks were more willing to lend to the healthiest small businesses over the past year, according to Greenwich Associates.