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Federal Savings Bank to Offer Student Loans From NHHELCO
Published Thursday, February 8, 2018

Federal Savings Bank in Dover and the nonprofit NH Higher Education Loan Corporation (NHHELCO), provider of the EDvestinU student loan program, have partnered to provide student loans to Federal Savings Bank customers.
“Part of our mission at Federal Savings Bank is to positively impact the communities we serve and our partnership with NHHELCO is simply another way in which we fulfill that mission,” said Chantal Upton, a bank vice president. “While we are proud of our 128-year history, we are even more proud of our commitment to providing new products, services and technologies that only enhance the banking experience for our customers,” she added.

Offering private student loans and student loan refinancing, NHHELCO’s EDvestinU loan programs provide FSB customers access to student loans with competitive interest rates and discount programs, as well as scholarship opportunities. “We are excited to announce this partnership with Federal Savings Bank,” says Rich Neilsen, EDvestinU Loan Program manager. “As community lenders, both of our organizations are committed to serve our state’s college-bound students and graduates with responsible financing options.”
The EDvestinU Lending Institution Referral program ihelps NH lending institutions offer private student loans and consolidation loans. Federal Savings Bank joins Profile Bank in Rochester and St. Mary’s Bank in Manchester as the first lenders to participate in this program.
FSB has branch locations in Dover, Durham, Barrington, Portsmouth, and Rochester. For more information about Federal Savings Bank, please visit fsbdover.com/studentloans or call 603.742.4680.
For more information about NHHELCO’s Lending Institution Referral Program, please visit edvestinu.com/lenderreferral or call 603.227.5423.

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