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The Merrimack County Savings Bank (The Merrimack) Nashua office on 101 Broad Broad Street, was recently voted best local/regional bank and best mortgage broker/agency by Nashua Telegraph readers for 2015. In addition, The Merrimack’s sister company, MillRiver Wealth Management, was also voted best in the financial services category. This is the third year that the The Merrimack was recognized, having previously received honorable mention recognition in the local/regional bank category for the last two years.
“Merrimack Style means that we are always looking to go above and beyond to contribute to the health and vibrancy of our community,” said Dan Snyder, Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager. “We are humbled by this recognition and thank the readers of the Nashua Telegraph.”
“Serving our community and listening to our customers continues to be a top priority,” said Paul Provost, Executive Vice President for MillRiver. “MillRiver formed after wealth management clients from both of our sister banks, Merrimack County Savings Bank and Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB), expressed a need for greater service and product offerings. Combining Wealth Management at The Merrimack with the Investment Services team at MVSB has given clients access to more staff, services and products -- the best of what our organization has to offer.”
MillRiver Wealth Management joined The Merrimack and MVSB as a third subsidiary of New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp on April 1, 2015. MillRiver combines the financial advisory divisions of The Merrimack and MVSB.
Voting results were announced at The Best of Greater Nashua event at the Nashua Radisson Hotel on October 28th. Almost 150 winners were selected from a variety of categories including financial institutions, restaurants, retailers and individuals who impact the greater community. More than 3,000 votes were cast in late August. Winners were decided by a write-in survey ballot as well as through paper ballots in the print edition of Nashua Telegraph.