Bank of New Zealand today announced the central Manawatu towns of Foxton, Marton and Otaki will the first towns to get a visit from the bank’s brand new Mobile BNZ.
“Mobile BNZ is an initiative we’re trialling to give BNZ customers the opportunity to meet with one of our first-class bankers at their local centre on a regular basis,” says BNZ CEO Angie Mentis.
BNZ has converted a motor home into a purpose built BNZ “branch” with specially trained staff onboard.
“From June, BNZ customers in Foxton, Marton and Otaki will be able to meet with our bankers face to face to discuss their finances; learn about our great products; get a steer on how to use our digital services, learn how to get the most out of our Smart ATMs, and sort things like PIN numbers for cards,” says Ms Mentis.
“Banking is all about people, and with quality, face to face conversations I’m looking forward to making a real difference for customers in our communities”.
The Mobile BNZ won’t carry cash, so cash transactions will still be carried out via BNZ’s Smart ATMS located in each of the towns.
“We know that being there for our customers is important and BNZ’s commitment to keeping our 153 branches open as well as innovating with services like Mobile BNZ illustrate how seriously we take this commitment.
There will be more information about when the Mobile BNZ bus will be out in the community soon.