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ASB opens West Auckland Regional Centre

ASB opens West Auckland Regional Centre

ASB’s already strong commitment to West Auckland is being enhanced further with the opening of a new Regional Centre yesterday on Lincoln Road.

The new facility at 288-290 Lincoln Road, Henderson will bring together ASB people from areas including Commercial Banking, Business Banking and Wealth and Insurance Advisory to meet the needs of the growing West Auckland business and local community.

“The West Auckland Regional Centre is a flagship building representing ASB’s significant investment in the West Auckland region and we are looking forward to continuing to work collaboratively with local businesses and customers in this fantastic, purpose-built facility,” says Ian Park, Executive General Manager Retail and Business Banking.

The Regional Centre is integrated with the new ASB Lincoln Road branch to offer a full range of banking services with facilities including:

A drive-thru banking facility for busy shoppers and commuters.
24/7 facilities in a self-service lobby.
FastNet banking inbranch for ASB customers to use.
FastDeposit a quick and convenient way to deposit money
The latest ASB ATMs.
Video conference facilities for customers to access a wide range of ASB specialists face to face.

As well as utilising the latest in modern technology and design concepts, the West Auckland Regional Centre features a distinctive West Coast-themed interior design.

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