At the 54th annual meeting of the New Hampshire Credit Union League (NHCUL) held at the Mt. Washington Resort on June 7, 2008, Michael L’Ecuyer was re-elected by NHCUL’s nominating committee to serve a third term and voted by the Board to serve as Vice-Chairman. During his two terms on the NHCUL Board, L’Ecuyer served as Secretary/Treasurer for two of the six years he has served.
“The NHCUL has a long history of supporting credit unions and their members. Credit unions have a demonstrated track record of success in helping people meet their financial goals and fulfill dreams. I look forward to supporting New Hampshire credit unions as they serve their members and communities in these challenging times,” said L’Ecuyer.
For the past seven years, L’Ecuyer has been affiliated with Manchester-based Bellwether Community Credit Union (BCCU) as President/CEO. During his tenure as President/CEO, institutional assets at BCCU have grown from $195 million to nearly $300 million.
A resident of Bedford, New Hampshire, L’Ecuyer received a B.A. degree from Elon University and an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University. L’Ecuyer serves as a director of America’s Credit Union Museum and Vice Chairman of the Palace Theatre Trust, both in Manchester. and New England Automated Clearing House, located in Burlington, MA. Since 2003, L’Ecuyer has served as Vice Chairman of the Palace Theatre Trust in Manchester and is also serving as Chair-Elect of the 900-member Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
New Hampshire Credit Union League (NHCUL) is a trade group representing New Hampshire’s 26 consumer-owned credit unions. Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives that offer a variety of consumer financial services to over 403,000 New Hampshire residents and more than 85 million Americans.