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BankNewport Names Mathew Insana Senior Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer


NEWPORT, R.I. (November 23, 2022) – BankNewport is pleased to announce that Mathew Insana has been named senior vice president, commercial loan officer. In his new position, Insana will be responsible for business development and cross-selling opportunities, working with business owners and investors in need of financing for commercial real estate, investment properties, business loans and lines of credit. Prior to his new role, he was vice president, commercial lending.

Prior to joining BankNewport, Insana was vice president, commercial lending at HarborOne Bank in Providence.  He earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Providence College and currently serves – as a member of the Rhode Island Loan Committee for New England Certified Development. Insana is a resident of Cranston, Rhode Island.



About BankNewport:

Founded in 1819 and headquartered in Newport, BankNewport offers a full suite of loan and deposit products and services for families and businesses throughout Rhode Island. BankNewport is one of the longest-standing community banks in the United States and, as a mutual organization, is committed to the financial success of its customers, employees, and communities. BankNewport has 18 branch locations and a commercial lending office in Providence. OceanPoint Marine Lending, a business line of BankNewport, specializes in consumer marine and recreational vehicle financing programs.


Through its All In Giving program, BankNewport is committed to supporting nonprofits with areas of impact focused on basic human needs, children and families, education, economic security, healthy lives, arts and culture, and the environment.  BankNewport has awarded over $7 million in grants, sponsorships, and donations over the past 11 years to a wide range of nonprofits to help strengthen and enrich lives and communities throughout Rhode Island. Financial education and community service performed by employees totals 7,300 hours annually.