More branch openings set the new standard in banking

26Oct2011

People's Choice Credit Union Credit Union is opening another new-look, state-of-the-art branch at Murray Bridge next week.
Designed to make the banking process more efficient and enjoyable, while being less stressful and intimidating for members, the new branch design incorporates a range of innovative features including lockers, communal relaxation spaces and interactive kids’ areas.
The Murray Bridge branch is taking on the new design as part of a scheduled rollout.
Relaxing communal areas where members can read the paper, watch the news and relax will be a central feature of all the new-look branches.
Managing Director, Peter Evers said the new look and feel was all about keeping up with the changing needs and wants of members and creating an experience unlike any other financial institution in the country.
“Banking should be relaxed and comfortable yet professional, it shouldn’t be intimidating or stressful,” he said.
“The new design features to be incorporated into all of our branches take this into account – making the banking process member friendly at the same time as providing a more vibrant working environment for our staff.
“Our branches will offer benefits never before seen in retail banking – and we’re encouraging our members to relax and enjoy them.
“Creating this new environment is all part of our greater vision to provide a genuine alternative to the big banks – we’re focussed on giving back to our members and the community.”
The old Murray Bridge branch at 15 Adelaide Road will close its doors from 5:00pm, Wednesday, 2 November and all staff will transfer to the new site from 9:00am, Thursday, 3 November. The new People’s Choice Credit Union branch will be located at Shop 3, Murray Bridge Marketplace.
 

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