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Bellwether CEO Mike L'Ecuyer Honored as Citizen of the Year

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April 19, 2019
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Mike L'ecuyer named Citizen of the Year

Mike L'Ecuyer was named Citizen of the Year

Last night our CEO Mike L'Ecuyer was honored as Citizen of the Year by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. We are so proud of Mike for being awarded with this well-deserved recognition. Congratulations again Mike, thank you for all you do!

Click here to view a video and article featured on WMUR highlighting Mike's win.

A press release announcing Mike being named Citizen of the Year can be read here. 

 

 

Bellwether Announces New Incoming CEO

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March 28, 2019
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Bellwether Community Credit Union Announces Nathan Saller as Incoming CEO

Nathan Saller
Bellwether Community Credit Union's Board of Directors today announced the appointment of Nathan Saller as the successor to current President/CEO, Michael L'Ecuyer. Saller has been named President/COO and will transition to CEO when long-time leader L'Ecuyer retires October 1.

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Exciting News at Bellwether!

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March 22, 2019
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bellwether is excited to announce some major news!

Bellwether President and CEO Mike L'Ecuyer has been named CItizen of the Year by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

Citizen of the Year 2019 Michael L'Ecuyer

We are so proud of our CEO, Mike L’Ecuyer for winning Manchester Citizen of the Year! Throughout his career, Mike has been a passionate leader and tirelessly involved at Bellwether and in the Manchester community. Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition! Read the full press release here. 

The Palace Theatre and Bellwether have announced a 10-year partnership

RexTheatre

“This is a great example of collaboration between public sector and private sector, in terms of Bellwether and not-for-profit Palace Theatre,” said Michael L’Ecuyer, president and CEO of Bellwether Community Credit Union. “We’re thrilled to do this. Any time you’re in a partnership with Peter (Ramsey, head of the Palace Theatre Trust) it’s exciting, and hopefully we can have a little bit of an impact on downtown Manchester. We look forward over the next 10 years to having an impact.” Read the full press release here.

Stay tuned for another major announcement in the coming weeks!

 

 

3 Compelling Benefits of Having Multiple Checking Accounts

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January 24, 2019
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Benefits of Having Multiple Checking Accounts

Achieve Peace of Mind with a Bellwether Checking AccountManaging finances is something everyone making money has to deal with; finding optimal ways to accomplish this mandatory task is an ever-learning experience. The standard banking strategy for most is to have one checking and one savings account, yet is this optimal? Let's explore this question by discussing 3 compelling benefits of having multiple checking accounts.

 

 

 

 

 

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New vs. Used Car Buying

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November 01, 2018 by BCCU
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New vs. Used Car: Reasons to Buy

new vs used buying

If you're in the market for your first or your next vehicle, deciding between new and used can be a tricky choice. There's something reassuring about a brand new vehicle that has never been driven by anyone else, with everything from upholstery to engine in its optimal condition. However, new vehicles can be pricey. Used vehicles are much more affordable, but you're also purchasing a vehicle that has been driven by somebody else—and possibly driven harshly, with future pricey repairs lying in wait.

 

 

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