Mar 10, 2017 -
by Kirsten Gehlbach
After Dartmouth National Bank was acquired in the 1980s, a huge separation
grew between its markets and clients and bank decision-making. The
bank was no longer a community bank, explains Dennis Logue, a Steven
Roth Professor of Management Emeritus at the Tuck School of Business
and cofounder and chair of Ledyard Financial Group. Dennis founded
Ledyard National Bank with Cary Clark, who worked at Dartmouth in 1974,
and in 1986 became a director of Dartmouth National Bank.
A group of prominent Upper Valley business people with the old Dartmouth
National Bank wanted to maintain local relationships and decided to form a
traditional community bank. Celebrating 25 years and now named Ledyard
National Bank, the bank has stayed true to its founders’ vision of serving
customers based on strong customer relations.
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