- Associated Press - Monday, October 24, 2016

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - An organization that works with New Hampshire’s banking, business and economic development sectors to help expand the availability of credit in the state has a new director.

James Key-Wallace has been named executive director of the Business Finance Authority. He starts in December.

Key-Wallace has worked as a senior investor at Vested for Growth and the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund since 2008.

He has also served as vice president of the Monadnock Economic Development Corporation in Keene and marketing projects coordinator with Staff Development for Educators in Peterborough.

He succeeds jack Donovan, who is retiring after leading the authority for 23 years.

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