SINCE 1892


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.

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  • Wed, May 27

    Webinar: Reporting Your Credit Data, METRO2, E-OSCAR & New Tougher FCRA/CFPB Compliance02:30 PM - 04:30 PM
  • Thu, May 28

    NHBA Security Committee09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Fri, Jun 5

      Legislative Committee Meeting08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
    • Wed, Jun 10

      New Integrated Disclosures Workshop08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
    • Thu, Jun 11

      Bank Security Seminar08:30 AM - 04:00 PM
    • Tue, Jun 16

      FDIC Director's College08:30 AM - 04:00 PM
    • Tue, Jun 23

      State Issues & More08:30 AM - 04:00 PM
Happy Memorial Day

Happy Memorial Day

Posted May 22, 2015

As many of us will be gathering with our families and friends this holiday weekend, the New Hampshire Bankers Association wants to take a moment, to honor our fallen military heroes as we are reminded of the many sacrifices service members and their families make to protect our nation. Military fami more

June is American Housing Month

June is American Housing Month

Posted May 20, 2015

To celebrate American Housing Month, NHBA is providing some great tips, important questions to ask, and best ways to save when considering purchasing your new home. Please visit our Consumer Tips and Resources section to download these helpful documents. more


Posted Apr 30, 2015

The New Hampshire Bankers Association (NHBA) is seeking nominations for its “2015 Community Banker of the Year Award.” Nominations can include any New Hampshire bank employee who has gone beyond the course of ordinary business to help improve the State of New Hampshire through civic and communit more

Commercial Real Estate Bill Hurts Buyers

Posted Apr 21, 2015

There are many policy issues that consume our elected officials today, but considerable attention is paid to identifying ways to lessen the burden on businesses in order to spur economic growth in our state. Indeed, legislators are currently contemplating a change in law that would lower business ta more

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