New Hampshire

  • People

    The $674 million St. Mary's Credit Union appointed Larissa C. Thurston as CFO and SVP of finance. Prior to joining the Marlborough, Mass.-based cooperative, Thurston served as vice president and controller of the Bank of New England in Southern New Hampshire.

  • Credit Unions Appoint Veeps: People

    Read about the credit union industry's latest new hires, promotions and other career milestones in this week's People.

  • Optimistic Growth

    A rising tide, especially an economic one, raises all boats, as the saying goes. Third-quarter economic trends found U.S. credit unions swiftly sailing toward a much brighter horizon, according to Callahan & Associates.

  • Credit Union Growth Boosts Optimism: Callahan

    The consulting firm's third-quarter Trendwatch webinar reveals strong growth.

  • NCUA Drafts Separate IRR Rule

    Regulator says proposed interest rate risk rule likely to come in the first half of 2015.

  • People

    Stephanie Smith was named the executive director for America's Credit Union Museum in Manchester, N.H., the organization's board of directors announced. She replaced Peggy Powell who retired after 15 years of service. Smith most recently served as director of alumni & development events at St. Paul's School, an international preparatory...

  • CUs Approve Three-League Merger

    The credit union industry has a new league. Bay State credit unions voted 60-0 Oct. 22 to merge their Massachusetts Credit Union League with the New Hampshire Credit Union League and Credit Union Association of Rhode Island to form the Cooperative Credit Union Association.

  • Massachusetts Credit Unions Approve Three-League Merger

    Leagues in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island move forward to form the Cooperative Credit Union Association.

  • Three Leagues Prepare for Merger

    The Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island leagues elevate longtime management partnerships.

  • America’s Credit Union Museum Hires Director

    Stephanie Smith succeeds Peggy Powell, who will retire after 15 years of service.

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