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April 7, 2013

Business briefs

ANDOVER — Boston Partners Financial Group of Andover, led by Managing Partner Mark Marroni, JD, LLM, CLU, ChFC, has been named the recipient of the Leading with Excellence – President’s Trophy from John Hancock Financial Network, as announced recently by Brian Heapps, president, John Hancock Financial Network (JHFN). This is the highest honor JHFN bestows upon one of its independent firms nationwide. As recipient of JHFN’s top award, the firm, its management team and financial representatives have demonstrated that they consistently deliver a personalized, high-touch approach to helping their clients achieve their financial goals.

DANVERS — American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announces that Honda North in Danvers has earned the President’s Award for its exceptional performance in 2012. This annual award is presented to Honda’s top-ranking dealerships that achieved excellence in all areas of operation: customer service and sales satisfaction, sales, training, and facility. This is the third consecutive year and fifth overall that Honda North has earned the distinguished President’s Award.

SALEM, N.H. — Bank of New England is pleased to welcome Stuart Erbstein as a Vice President of Commercial Real Estate Lending. Erbstein is a commercial real estate professional with over 25 years of experience in lending, strategic planning and structuring of commercial projects. He has knowledge of all New England markets.

Bank of New England provides financing for a broad range of projects and property types including multi-family, retail properties, office buildings, industrial properties and construction to permanent financing.

For more information, visit bankofnewengland.com or call 603-894-5700.

HAVERHILL — Haverhill Bank will join CVS and other stores in a planned 22,000 square foot retail plaza along Route 97 at the Methuen and Salem, N.H. border. The Salem Planning Board recently gave conditional approval to the plaza at 389-396 Main St. and 5 Hampstead Road, Salem, N.H. The development on the site of the Green Barn restaurant is part of a plan by Thur Ken II of Salem, N.H. The traditional, New England-style building features wood-frame construction, brick finishes, clapboard siding and decorative fabric awnings. Haverhill Bank plans two drive-up teller lanes and a drive-up ATM lane. The bank branch, Haverhill Bank’s first in New Hampshire, will have six to eight employees. Haverhill Bank’s next step is to gain approval from bank regulators.

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