North Middlesex Savings Bank
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Founded in 1885, North Middlesex Savings Bank is the oldest and strongest mutually-owned savings bank in the Nashoba Valley region. Since its beginning, exceptional customer service has been the hallmark of our success. One of the bank's greatest strengths is empowering employees to make decisions that create value for our customers; decisions are made locally based on what is happening right here.
Incorporated by an act of the Massachusetts Legislature on March 5, 1885, NMSB's first corporators were from Ayer, Harvard, Shirley, Acton, Groton and Pepperell. NMSB's first deposit was made on April 1, 1885, for $350.00. Among the earliest accounts were social organizations, libraries and fire departments. While many organizations have disappeared over the years, some are still in existence today - and still customers of North Middlesex Savings Bank!
While much has changed over the years, the very principles and values NMSB was founded upon have not changed one bit. We're unique in banking: small enough to know our customers by name, yet large enough to offer a full suite of products and services typically found in bigger banks. We've helped individuals, families and businesses reach their financial goals by offering all of the services needed in a financial partner.
As a strong community partner, NMSB is committed to making the neighborhoods we serve great places to live, work and raise a family. Our Trustees, Officers and employees are also your neighbors and friends, and unyielding advocates of community causes.
Today we are seven branches strong, serving customers through banking offices in Ayer, Littleton, Pepperell, Devens, Lunenburg, Shirley and Groton. North Middlesex Savings Bank is rooted in the values and traditions that have strengthened our communities, and to this day continues its commitment to provide the best in financial services and community support, because we believe in banking at its personal best.
NewsRelease Date: March 20, 2017