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Heartland wins Bank of the Year Savings Award

Heartland wins Bank of the Year Savings Award

Heartland is proud to announce it has won Canstar’s Bank of the Year Savings Award 2018*.

As a first time winner in this category, Heartland’s Head of Retail, Mel Cadman, says the award recognises the bank’s dedication to offering online savings accounts and term deposits to help Kiwis achieve specific savings goals.

“We know our customers want their money to work hard for them. Our Direct Call Account offers a great interest rate without fees, making it a wonderful account to start developing good long term savings habits. We’re thrilled that Canstar have acknowledged this too,” says Mel Cadman.

Canstar’s Bank of the Year Saving Award recognises the New Zealand financial institution that provides the strongest combination of savings products and services to their customers. Its unique star rating methodology compares a range of products and tools from New Zealand’s financial institutions to evaluate which ones best meet customers’ savings goals.

Find out more about Canstar’s rating methodology here

Find out more about Heartland’s savings accounts here

*Canstar awards cover all New Zealand financial institutions with a Standard and Poor credit rating of at least BBB+

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