Washington Trust Announces Branches Closed Tuesday, October 30th

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Washington Trust Announces Branches Closed Tuesday, October 30th

WESTERLY, R.I.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ Global Select®: WASH), the publicly-owned holding company of The Washington Trust Company, announced that all Washington Trust bank offices and branches will remain closed on Tuesday, October 30th for the safety of customers and employees as crews work to repair power lines and damage from the storm. The Bank expects to open all offices on Wednesday, October 31st.

Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc, is the parent of The Washington Trust Company, a state-chartered bank headquartered in Westerly, Rhode Island. Founded in 1800, Washington Trust is the oldest community bank in the nation and is the largest independent bank headquartered in Rhode Island. Washington Trust offers a full range of financial services, including commercial banking, small business banking, personal banking, and wealth management and trust services through its offices located in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts. The Corporation's common stock trades on The NASDAQ Global Select® Stock Market under the symbol WASH. Investor information is available on the Corporation's web site: www.washtrust.com.




Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc.
Elizabeth B. Eckel, 401-348-1309
Senior Vice President, Marketing & Investor Relations
ebeckel@washtrust.com

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