CONCORD, — Next year marks the 35th anniversary of New Hampshire’s Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts (IOLTA) Program, a unique partnership between New Hampshire’s financial institutions and civil legal services organizations that help thousands of Granite Staters get the civil legal help they need.
Have you identified an effective manager who successfully implements the objectives of your bank. Are they truly regarded as a leader within your management group? Does senior management rely on them to help shape the vision of the future, to promote core values, and to motivate your team to achieve the chosen goals?
Registration Deadline: October 3, 2016
On behalf of the Trustee's of the Northern New England School of banking, we are pleased to announce the Preliminary Program for the 2016 Northern New England School. The School will run from Monday, October 24th through Friday, October 28th, and be held at a new location: Portsmouth Harbor Events & Conference Center in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Can money buy happiness? HBS Professor Michael Norton certainly thinks so - if you follow five core principles of smarter spending. The New Hampshire Bankers Association is pleased to join the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council for a thought-provoking discussion about the connection between wealth and happiness.
We encourage you to come and bring a friend, either someone you work with or a client or customer.
Michael is the co-author, with Elizabeth Dunn, of Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending. The book provides five research-based principles designed to help people use their money in happier ways - whether they have a little or a lot of it. The book is full of recent research and examples that range from how individuals gain happiness by choosing "experiences over stuff" to how companies seek to create happier employees or 'happier products' for their customers. Along the way, you'll learn why you should be giving more money to charity, and why commercials make TV better, and why you'd be just as happy driving a Ford escort as a BMW.
See below for the most up to date news, events, and educational opportunities from the New Hampshire Bankers Association.
MA- Essex County Greenbelt, Essex County’s Land Trust, is a
member-supported nonprofit organization working to conserve local farmland,
wildlife habitat and scenic landscape. Newburyport Five Cents Savings Charitable
Foundation donated $5,000 to support Greenbelt in purchasing 21 acres of undeveloped
land on Whittier Hill in Amesbury. The Foundation is proud to make this contribution.