New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan yesterday said she would name Jerry Little as commissioner of the state’s banking agency. Currently serving as a state senator, Little spent 20 years as president of the New Hampshire Bankers Association.
“I am deeply honored by this nomination,” Little said. “Serving as New Hampshire Banking Commissioner will allow me to continue my long-time commitments to public service and economic development in a way that benefits every citizen, business and organization in the state, and allow me to continue the important work of ensuring strong protections for all New Hampshire consumers.”