Savings Bank of Walpole’s Jeff Smith Promoted to VP, Corporate Treasurer, and Investment Officer for New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp
Keene, NH – Savings Bank of Walpole (SBW) is pleased to announce the promotion of longtime employee Jeff Smith to VP, Corporate Treasurer & Investment Officer for New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp (NHMB). In this role, he will lead the Treasury and Investment functions for SBW and its sister banks, Meredith Village Savings Bank and Merrimack County Savings Bank.
Jeff joined SBW in 2005 and has been involved in all aspects of bank accounting with an expertise in asset/liability management, risk assessment and managing investment portfolios. In 2018, Smith added responsibility for these functions at SBW’s sister banks.
“Over the course of his SBW career, Jeff demonstrated his commitment and expertise at managing numerous areas of financial accounting. Most recently he made the transition from Treasurer of Savings Bank of Walpole to Corporate Treasurer of SBW and our affiliate banks where he leads many important functions aimed at ensuring the continued safety and soundness of our banks” says Mark Bodin, President of Savings Bank of Walpole.
“Jeff is a great team member and someone who regularly helps co-workers with learning financials of the Bank, asset management strategies, economic trends or any other area of financial accounting. We congratulate Jeff on this much-deserved promotion.”
With assets totaling $715 million, SBW offers a wide range of financial products, including services to individuals, businesses and organizations.
The Bank is affiliated with NH Mutual Bancorp, further enhancing the quality products and services it provides to customers. The Bank is a partner of the NHTrust1 brand to better serve customers by providing localized trust and wealth management products and services. Savings Bank of Walpole is an equal housing lender, and member of the FDIC. For more information visit www.walpolebank.com or call (603) 352-1822.
1Products and services made available through NHTrust are not insured by the FDIC or any other agency of the United States and are not deposits or obligations or guaranteed by the Bank and may lose value.