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Last updated March 27, 2020.
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Page last updated 3/27/2020

COVID-19 Updates

Because we're privately owned, we're uniquely positioned to help you navigate the road ahead—right now and for the long term. If you are experiencing a hardship due to the COVID-19 situation please contact us at 800.788.4578, as assistance options may be available.

Latest News

Economic Perspectives from Steve Scranton

Steve is the Chief Investment Officer and Economist for Washington Trust Bank and holds a Chartered Financial Analyst® designation with over 35 years of investment experience.

Branch Location Updates

We have made the mindful decision to transition to reduced hours and drive-up only branch operations at all Washington Trust branch locations. In addition, we have also temporarily discontinued operations at select branch locations.

A message from Jack Heath, President and COO, Washington Trust Bank

As a valued customer of Washington Trust Bank I appreciate the trust you place in us which is why I personally want to share this information with you.

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