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Bred Bank to expand its services to the North

Bred Bank chief executive Thierry Charras-Gillot says the bank will expand its reach in the country this year.

Gillot confirmed to FijiLive that Bred Bank will open up two more branches, one at the centre point in Viti Levu and their first ever branch in Vanua Levu.

He said there has been a lot of demand from people of Labasa to open up Bred Bank in the North.

“Our centre point branch will open in a few weeks’ time while we are looking at opening our Labasa branch in October.”

“We have invested more than $10 million dollars in opening the two branches because we have seen that a lot of customers are coming to open their account at Bred Bank.”

“The aim is to provide people with the best bank service and since we have been in Fiji for the last 10 years, we have around 40,000 customers and around 1,300 businesses that are members of our bank.”

Charras-Gillot added that opening a branch in Sigatoka is part of their long term plan.

Romeka Romena
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