Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank is a local banking institution that operates in Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire. It has 16 branches and five ATM locations concentrated primarily in the area surrounding Lowell, New Hampshire.
Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank was founded in 1854 by a group of local businessmen and public servants including the Reverend Horatio Wood and Lowell Judge Nathan Crosby. The bank received its name due to its policy of paying interest on deposits as little as five cents.
As of 2015, Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank offers a wide variety of financial services including business banking and insurance, commercial and personal lending, personal banking, mortgages, and personal investing and insurance.