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Brand new branch for ANZ LynnMall

Brand new branch for ANZ LynnMall


ANZ today celebrated the opening of a more modern and convenient new branch in LynnMall, Auckland.

The branch has moved from the premises it has occupied since the early 2000s to a new location near the Countdown supermarket and entrance to the mall.

The branch was officially opened by Andrew Webster, General Manager Auckland Region and Joanne Muli, ANZ LynnMall Branch Manager at a breakfast function today.

Fred Ohlsson, ANZ’s Managing Director, Retail and Business Banking, said it was a great opportunity for the bank to move to a busier part of the complex.

“We want to be where our customers are, and are investing in new or refurbished branches in the growth areas of New Zealand,” Mr Ohlsson said.

“Right now, New Lynn is going gangbusters, with transport, retail and residential developments that will make it an even better place to for people to work and put down roots.”

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