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BNZ to close 38 branches by end of 2021

Staff reporters
Thu, 19 Nov 2020

Bank of New Zealand will close eight metro branches in December and another 30 over the course of 2021 with the coronavirus crisis accelerating the trend of customers moving to digital services."The majority of our customers are banking online and our talented bankers are often waiting in empty branches for customers that simply do not arrive," said Paul Carter, the bank's chief customer officer.BNZ will still have more than 100 branches after the closures as well as nearly 400 ATMs and three mobile branches in addition to its con...

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