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  • Michael Regan, CPA named vice president, controller at Northeast Credit Union

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    PORTSMOUTH–Northeast Credit Union is pleased to announce Michael Regan, CPA, as the new vice president, controller. As controller, Regan will oversee the accounting team, accounts payable and expense reporting staff and their related activities.

    “As Northeast continues to grow, so has our need for additional leadership. Mike is a seasoned finance and accounting leader and I am confident he will help play an integral part in our continued growth and success” said Susan Hannigan, chief financial officer for Northeast Credit Union.

    “I am looking forward to increasing the value of our member -owners and making Northeast Credit Union the best credit union,” said Regan.

    Previously the controller at Northway Savings Bank and an audit manager at Berry, Dunn, McNeil & Parker, Regan brings more than nine years of professional service to Northeast. A graduate of University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore School of Business & Economics with a BSA in accounting, Regan enjoys golfing, tennis, hiking and supporting his local community.

    About Northeast Credit Union

    Since 1936, Northeast Credit Union, a member-owned and not-for-profit organization, has been providing safe, high-quality financial services to its member-owners. From humble beginnings at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Northeast has grown to more than $1.8 billion in assets, over 139,000 members and 19 branches throughout New Hampshire and Maine. Northeast strives to provide exceptional value, convenience, and the highest possible level of service each day while celebrating and supporting its community through The Love Your Community Project (TheLYC.com).

    Connect With Us necu.org | 888-436-1847 | memberservices@necu.org Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/northeastcu and Instagram at @neculoveyourcommunity. To learn more about The Love Your Community Project, visit www.thelyc.com.