Mascoma Savings Bank is mutually owned and not for sale. With no shareholders to please, we are committed to remaining independent and to re-investing profits in our community. Our first priority has always been—and always will be—you, our customers. We are different than other banks and give you the security of a long-term relationship. We make sure you can pick up the phone and get things done locally with people who make decisions on your behalf. At Mascoma Savings Bank, we’re putting you first, today and tomorrow.
Mascoma Savings Bank— Mutually Owned Since 1899
Our first priority has always been and always will be you, our customers.
INSIGHT from Mascoma Savings Bank
The Mascoma Plaque
The design for the Mascoma Plaque is based on a section of the historical mural painted by Bernard F. Chapman.
Board of Directors
The members of the Mascoma Savings Bank Board of Directors live and work in the communities we serve, and no one knows better how important it is that Mascoma Savings Bank remain true to our mission of being a thriving community bank.
Corporators are the historical local foundation of a mutual savings banking. Their chief legal responsibility is to elect the individuals who will serve as corporators and directors. Our corporators represent dozens of towns throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.
Senior Leadership Team
At the heart of Mascoma Savings Bank's continued institutional strength is a leadership team whose collective service to the bank is measured not in decades, but in centuries of commitment to serving the communities where they live.
When you get to know Mascoma Savings Bank, you will have no doubt why we say, "Our Bank is Your Bank."
About Our Name
Read more about the origin of the name “Mascoma”.
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The Mascoma Foundation
In 1988, Mascoma Savings Bank established The Mascoma Savings Bank Foundation and funded it with $1,000,000 for the purpose of giving back an “ongoing dividend” in the form of grants to the communities responsible for the Bank’s prosperity.
Today's Mutual Community Banks
Dating from the early 1800s, the mutual charter is almost as old as the nation itself.