(November 01, 2013)

Press Release: Concord Trust Company Adds New Talent to Support Growth

Concord Trust Company Adds New Talent To Support Growth

Company Responds to Strong Demand for NH Directed Trustee Services

Concord, NH - November 1, 2013 Concord Trust Company ( announced today that it has recently hired Rob Snow, Amy Simard and Daniele Shea. Each brings a wealth of industry expertise, adds to the client centric culture of the company and will help the business continue to grow.

Rob Snow, CFP® joins Concord Trust Company (CTC) as Vice President of Client Services. Rob started his career at Fleet Bank in Boston and since then has held various senior trust officer roles working with complex trusts, most recently at Maine Bank & Trust. Rob holds a BA from Williams College and is a graduate of the New England School of Banking.

Daniele Shea joins CTC as Director of Trust Accounting Services. Daniele has a strong background in fiduciary accounting and will be in charge of interfacing with our clients’ accountants.

Amy Simard joins CTC as Trust Administrator and Client Liaison. She comes from TD BankNorth’s wealth management group, where she performed a variety of roles in Trust Administration.

Chip Martin, co-founder and President of CTC, said “Our Company has been very fortunate to grow a lot in its first three years. The market has responded well to our unique, directed trustee model which provides wealthy families and their trusted financial advisors cost-effective access to the tax and trust law advantages of NH, without having to give up control of investment and distribution decisions. We are very excited to have Rob, Amy and Daniele join our team to help us serve the strong demand for our services.”

About Concord Trust Company

Concord Trust Company (CTC) is a state-chartered and regulated non-depository trust company. ( Unlike traditional trust companies that compete for money management business, CTC offers no banking or investment management services. Instead, our singular focus on providing only the best trust administration services available allows clients to benefit from the Granite State's unique legal, tax and regulatory environment without disrupting their established wealth management relationships or having to relocate to New Hampshire. CTC’s close proximity to the major wealth centers of the Northeast, combined with our flexible fee model and deep understanding of the opportunities available in New Hampshire, make doing business with our company convenient, productive and cost-efficient.


Concord Trust Company

Chip Martin