Steve R. Palmer joins NHTrust as Senior Vice President, Senior Client Relationship Officer

We are excited to welcome Steve R. Palmer as Senior Vice President, Senior Client Relationship Officer. In this role, he will work with NHTrust Relationship Managers and Financial Advisors to design and implement strategies for exceptional client experience and the growth of the core business functions. He will also be focused on building strong relationships across NHMB and affiliates to ensure continued value as a business partner.

“We are thrilled to welcome Steve to the NHTrust team,” said Paul Provost. “Steve brings two decades of financial institution experience and insight that we are eager to implement as our organization continues to grow. Steve’s primary focus will be with – our clients, our Advisors and Trust Relationship Managers.  He will also build the strongest relationships with our internal and external partners, and our leadership team(s) throughout our company to ensure we remain keenly focused on delivering the very best client experience.

“I am very excited to be a part of NHTrust,” said Palmer. “I was drawn to the company’s positive culture, strong values and the focus on employees and community. This role is a great fit with my previous background in sales & training, communication, compliance and supervision.”

Palmer most recently served as the Vice President of Field Supervision for Securities America, a wealth management firm owned by Advisor Group Holdings, Inc. Palmer has a BS from Daniel Webster College and an MBA from SNHU. He retired in 2010 after a 25 year career in the United States Army and Army Reserves with extensive experience in Communications and Emergency Management efforts between the Department of Defense, State, and FEMA.

Palmer has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity and Junior Achievement. In his spare time, he is passionate about spending time with his wife of 33 years, Karen, and his children and grandchildren. Being a 25-year veteran, he enjoys military history and visiting museums and historical sites. He also enjoys car shows and automotive events as well as a newfound interest for whiskey, its history and the distilling process.