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New Hampshire Bankers Association

Supporting our members by fostering a banking environment that strengthens our communities.

The New Hampshire Bankers Association is a statewide, not-for-profit trade association representing and serving all of the banking institutions in the State of NH whose purpose is to promote the general welfare, usefulness, and public perception of banks and banking institutions to the betterment of New Hampshire, its economy, and all its citizens.

Economic Study Released on the Impact of Keeping Taxpayer Funds in State

The New Hampshire Bankers Association (NH Bankers) released a study examining the economic impact of keeping taxpayer funds in state. Prepared by Polecon Research, the economic study looks specifically at public funds invested in the New Hampshire Public Deposit Investment Pool (NH PDIP).

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#NHBanksGiveBack 2023

That's a wrap! 27 member banks participated in #NHBanksGiveBack, a volunteer celebration during the month of October by the New Hampshire banking industry to celebrate the impact banks in New Hampshire have in their communities.

“We are thrilled with the results of this year’s 3rd Annual ‘NH Banks Give Back” campaign. In just three short years, the volunteer efforts of our member banks have contributed more than $1.3 million in financial support to our state and communities, backed by over 5,000 volunteer hours spread out over more than 800 charitable events.” said Kristy Merrill, President of NH Bankers.

#NHBanksGiveBack 2023

2023 Community Banker of the Year

Kristy Merrill, President of New Hampshire Bankers Association with Community Banker of the Year Recipient, Mark Bodin, President of Savings Bank of Walpole.
Kristy Merrill, President of New Hampshire Bankers Association with Community Banker of the Year Recipient, Mark Bodin, President of Savings Bank of Walpole.

We are pleased to announce our 2023 Community Banker of the year - Mark Bodin, President, Savings Bank of Walpole.

Mark was selected for this prestigious honor by an independent panel, comprised of leading elected officials from the State of New Hampshire. This year’s panel included: Senate President Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro), Senate Democratic Leader Donna Soucy (D-Manchester) and Chair of the House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee, Rep. John Hunt (R-Rindge).

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