GUERNSEY’S newest bank is going the extra mile for customers by allowing them the free use of it offices both on the island and across the UK.
Clydesdale Bank International is holding an 'Open Door' day at their new Clydesdale House offices in North Clifton, St Peter Port on Thursday 4th June from 4.30 – 7.30pm.
Having recently established a dedicated operation in Guernsey, the ‘Open Door’ day provides an opportunity to view the newly built facilities that the bank offers.
Maintaining a traditional approach to banking, with customers referred to as members, the bank takes its customer services one step further than many of its competitors.
Across its network of 79 centres in the UK and now here in Guernsey, Clydesdale Bank makes its facilities freely available for use by members. Often utilised by clients who do not have a local presence in the area, the facilities are designed to cover all manner of business requirements from hosting a meeting to providing private work space with internet access.
Managing director of Clydesdale Bank International James Blower said ‘This is a unique offering from the bank and we look forward to welcoming anyone who may want to view the suite we offer to our members.
Mr Blower said, ‘As a company we aim to deliver a highly personalised service to each of our members and the agreement we have in place means they can use any of our centres’ facilities up and down the country. This added benefit to our services may be particularly attractive in the current economic climate with businesses looking to all areas of the business to save on costs.’