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PSIS Comes To Botany Downs

15 October 2004

PSIS Comes To Botany Downs

The opening of the PSIS Botany Downs branch this week brings the financial services co-operative’s community network to a total of 30 branches.

In its 75 year history PSIS has been committed to a face-to-face, personal service for its customers.

In welcoming the new branch, PSIS chief executive Dr Girol Karacaoglu says PSIS has undergone many changes since it was established as a co-operative organisation to help New Zealanders by providing high quality, low cost financial services. “One philosophy that has never changed is that we put people before profits. Our staff know they are there to help, not to sell.”

“Our 75 years of service not only makes us one of the longest serving Kiwi financial organisations, we are also one of the few that has remained New Zealand-owned,” Dr Karacaoglu said.

Today PSIS offers full banking services to all New Zealanders, with access through internet, telephone, and text banking as well as branches nationwide.

“PSIS has entered an exciting phase of growth and development opening new branches, and launching its new TXT Banking service. We are continuing to find new ways to make banking as accessible and convenient as possible for ordinary New Zealanders. PSIS has always been both socially progressive and at the forefront of technological advances,” Dr Karacaoglu said.

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