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SBS Bank Ferrymead Branch Manager Announced

8 February 2013

SBS Bank Ferrymead Branch Manager Announced

SBS Bank is pleased to announce Alexa Heatley has been appointed to the role of Ferrymead Branch Manager.

Originally from the Manawatu, Ms Heatley said she was looking forward to making a positive difference, whilst helping to raise SBS Bank’s profile.

“I have a very strong desire to get involved in the local community and help support our local businesses and residents through some very difficult times. A fresh set of eyes, coupled with strong skills garnered through 17 years of banking, will help provide both personal and financial growth for our customers and staff.”

With a strong financial market background, Ms Heatley said she was excited to be part of a team where customers were put ahead of profits.

“I was really attracted to have the opportunity to get back to the good old fashioned banking values that SBS offers. Where the customer is key, you know them all by name, the service you provide is exemplary and you base that service on building a strong long term relationship with the customer and provide them with products and services they need.

“I love the fact SBS is a NZ owned bank and are committed to helping their local communities succeed. I’m keen to get involved and make a positive difference in the Ferrymead region.”

SBS Bank Area Manager Canterbury Matthew Mark said Ms Heatley would be a welcomed member into SBS’ Christchurch family.

“Alexa brings a wealth of knowledge into the role having worked in many different areas of banking. She’s passionate about providing customers with first-class service and we’re really pleased to have her on board.”

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