Eligible Bank List

Leadership Institutions

The New Hampshire Bar Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following Leadership financial institutions that have created special rates for IOLTA accounts that yield the higher of 65% of the Federal Funds Target Rate of a floor of 1% (net after any fees). Leadership institutions strongly support the mission of the New Hampshire Bar Foundation and demonstrate a true commitment to community-based banking.

All Participating Institutions

Bangor Savings Bank
Bank of America (Leadership Institution)
Bank of New England
Bank of New Hampshire
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust (Leadership Institution)
Bellwether Community Credit Union
Cambridge Bank (Optima)
Claremont Savings
Community Bank
Eastern Bank
Enterprise Bank
First Seacoast (Federal Savings)
Franklin Savings Bank (Leadership Institution)
GFA Federal Credit Union
Haverhill Bank
Heritage Family Federal Credit
Holy Rosary Credit Union
Institution for Savings (Leadership Institution)
Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union (Leadership Institution)
Kennebunk Savings Bank
Ledyard National Bank
M&T Bank (Leadership Institution)
Mascoma Savings Bank
Members First Credit Union
Meredith Village Savings Bank
Merrimack County Savings Bank (Leadership Institution)
Millyard Bank
New England Federal Credit Union
Newburyport Five Cents Savings
North Shore Bank
Northern Bank & Trust
One Credit Union
Partners Bank (formerly SIS)
Passumpsic Savings Bank
Pentucket Bank (Leadership Institution)
Piscataqua Savings Bank
Primary Bank
Profile Bank
Salem Co-operative Bank (Leadership Institution)
Salem Five
Santander Bank
Savings Bank of Walpole
Service Credit Union (Leadership Institution)
St. Mary’s Bank
Sugar River Bank (Leadership Institution)
TD Bank MA
TD Bank NH
The Lowell Five
The Northway Bank
The Provident Bank
Triangle Credit Union
Union Bank
Washington Savings Bank (Leadership Institution)
Woodsville Guaranty Savings

Notice Regarding the Eligible Bank List

The institutions on this list have agreed to comply with the New Hampshire Supreme Court Rule 50 governing NH IOLTA and have been approved by the New Hampshire Bar Foundation. Neither the New Hampshire Bar Association nor the New Hampshire Bar Foundation has made any determination regarding the practices of the financial institutions on this list, other than the criteria established in New Hampshire Supreme Court Rule 50. It remains the responsibility of every New Hampshire attorney that holds funds on behalf of their clients to ensure their compliance with the provisions set forth in Rule of Professional Conduct 1.15. By creating and posting this list, neither the New Hampshire Bar Association nor New Hampshire Bar Foundation expresses any opinion on the selection of a financial institution from this list for the deposit of funds held in trust.

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