Bank of NH Names New Leader

Laconia-based Bank of New Hampshire’s board of directors has named a new president and CEO eight months after the bank’s last permanent leader, Paul Falvey, resigned to care for his family. 

Chris Logan will succeed interim President and CEO Michael J. Long on April 1, 2021. Long will remain a director and vice chair of the bank’s board. 

Logan joined Bank of New Hampshire’s executive team in 2017 and has held multiple leadership roles at the institution, most recently as its chief operating officer. The bank’s announcement of his appointment noted he “has played a key role” in helping the nearly 200-year-old bank reach $2 billion in assets. 

“We worked diligently to ensure the selected candidate would continue to take us into the future in today’s challenging banking environment while maintaining our commitment to mutuality, and also building on the success of the bank,” board chair Suzanne Stiles said in a statementWe are confident that Chris’s commitment to delivering the best customer experience and building business through long-term relationships and enhancements in technology make him an ideal candidate for the position.”