Thursday, March 19, 2009

Maybank Opens Another Branch In Puchong

Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) has extended its network of branches in Puchong with the opening of another branch and a new private banking centre in Bandar Puteri Puchong.
The new branch and private banking centre was opened by Maybank senior executive vice-president and head of consumer banking Lim Hong Tat and IOI Group executive chairmanTan Sri Lee Shin Cheng.
Speaking at the event, Lim said the new branch reaffirmed Maybank's commitment to its customers even during this challenging time.
"As our fourth branch in Puchong, it attests to the dynamic development and growing importance of this area in the Klang Valley. Together with our existing branches at Pusat Bandar Puchong, Puchong Jaya and Bandar Kinrara, customers now have more convenient access to our comprehensive range of products and services.
"Lim also said the private banking centre would serve the growing affluent community in Puchong.
"This centre is part of the bank's wealth management offering of a one-stop exclusive centre for those who seek specialised products to grow their wealth and provides personalised service to customers, namely banking, financial advisory and investment services," he said.
Lim noted that Maybank had opened nine new branches in the current financial year and targeted to open four more branches nationwide by the end of June.
Maybank has to date an extensive network of 380 branches, 17 trade finance centres, 39 business centres, 37 share investment centres and 22 private banking centres in the country.
"The physical bank branch is still relevant as it is an important channel to support the growth and development of a region as well as provide the population with facilities to enhance their lifestyle.
"Our new branches are one-stop comprehensive financial centres offering the group's products and services for savings, investments, protection and financing. We have allocated about RM20 million to open new branches this financial year," said Lim.
Source: The Edge Daily

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