When it comes to buying a car, St. Mary’s Bank wants teens to know that there’s more to consider than just the sticker price.
One of the nation’s first credit union volunteers to make a 2012 run for a major state office, Ovide Lamontagne, former chairman of the $726 million St. Mary’s Bank, Manchester, N.H., has some advice for CU leaders.
Ovide Lamontagne is Manchester attorney, Tea Party favorite and concerned about gaffes like Gingrich lumping credit unions with Fannie Mae.
Through a new program, St. Mary’s Bank is looking to offer mini loans to start ups and small emerging companies that it said are finding it difficult to obtain more traditional bank financing.
New Hampshire CU's HLPR program offers lower interest rates, low down payments and no mortgage insurance requirement.