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BRED Bank invests $1million in renovation of flagship branch

BRED Bank invests $1million in renovation of flagship branch

By Rashika Kumar
Friday 22/05/2020
Charras-Gillot says the MHCC branch now has closed offices for personal bankers where customers will have dedicated personal bankers and advisors.

At a time when many businesses are struggling, BRED Bank Fiji has invested almost a million dollars in the renovation of their flagship bank at MHCC that was opened today.

Bank CEO Theirry Charras-Gillot says they are also planning to open a new branch later this year.

He says they have invested over $2 million in renovating all branches and this shows their confidence in the Fijian economy.

The CEO adds that during this challenging time of COVID-19, their investment has also indirectly supported the construction vendors keep their workers employed.

Meanwhile, Charras-Gillot says the MHCC branch now has closed offices for personal bankers where customers will have dedicated personal bankers and advisors.

He adds their 'banking without distance' strategy that began last year means that the bank does not keep a distance with their customers and they are delivering services which is a synergy of both human touch with customers and integrating the digital revolution.

The bank has 6 branches in the country where they employ 140 staff with 17 staff at the newly renovated MHCC branch.

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