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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (February 17, 2021) – The Rhode Island Mortgage Bankers Association (RIMBA) is pleased to announce that Al Grant, Senior Vice President with Washington Trust Company, has been named President of the organization beginning in 2021. Additionally, RIMBA added three new members to its experienced Board of Directors: Christopher Lee, Samia DeMarco, and Ben Pettit.
Al Grant, a Senior Vice President with The Washington Trust Company is a 37-year veteran of mortgage lending. He has been on the board of RIMBA for 8 years and helped to establish and maintain their “Future of Rhode Island” scholarship fund.
“My goal for my term as president is simply to carry on the great legacy of accomplishment that has preceded my tenure,” stated Grant. “There may be no finer example of the association’s work than our latest collaboration with CCRI and the Principles of Mortgage Lending program; this program is putting Rhode Islanders to work and helping to fulfill our mission to promote and sustain responsible lending in Rhode Island.”
RIMBA also welcomes three new members to its Board of Directors. They are:
About Rhode Island Mortgage Bankers Association
The Rhode Island Mortgage Bankers Association is dedicated to promoting and sustaining responsible home lending in Rhode Island. The mortgage association has over 90 corporate members, which represent thousands of mortgage lenders throughout the state who help businesses and people secure mortgages. As part of its overarching plan to create a better housing market, RIMBA regularly promotes educational initiatives, addresses legislative challenges, and strives to cultivate membership growth. For more information about RIMBA, visit: rimba.org.