Mary McLaughlin, Bedford
As a bank Vice President, financial services professional and entrepreneur, Mary W. McLaughlin has been an effective team leader in the areas of commercial lending, tax exempt bond financing, private banking, cash management, investment banking and international banking.
Mary is Senior Vice President and Team Leader for TD Bank, N.A., managing Healthcare lending/tax exempt bond financing activities for the Northern New England/Upstate New York region. Prior to joining TD Bank and its predecessor, Bank of New Hampshire in 1992, Mary worked for New Dartmouth Bank as Vice President of Commercial Lending.
Throughout her career, Mary has used her considerable entrepreneurial talents to establish new programs within existing banks. While at Dartmouth Bank, she developed a Corporate Services/Automated Investment program. She was chiefly responsible for the initial design and implementation of Indian Head’s Private Banking Department. In 1986 Mary established a full service commercial lending department for Peterborough Savings Bank and in 1984 co-founded Jefferson, Currier & Co., Inc., an investment banking firm established to assist businesses with corporate financial planning and access to capital.
Since 1983 Mary has served numerous non-profit organizations throughout New Hampshire. She serves as Immediate Past Chair of the NH Institute of Furniture Making; a Director of NH Health and Educational Facilities Authority; the Capital Regional Development Council and a Council Member of the NH State Council on the Arts. As well, she is an Advisory Board Member of NH Small Business Development Center at UNH and is a Trustee of the Havenwood-Heritage Heights Trust Fund Board. In 1983, Mary co-founded the New Hampshire International Trade Association, a non-profit organization devoted to helping businesses identify international trade opportunities.
Mary graduated from Vermont College in Montpelier, VT and later attended the “Advanced Commercial Lending and Credit Analysis School” at the Bank Management Institute and the School of Management, State University of New York at Buffalo.