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Natwest to keep two branches open

Natwest to keep two branches open

Wednesday 25 March 2020

Natwest to keep two branches open


From the close of business on Wednesday 25 March, the High Street branch of NatWest International in Guernsey will be closed, while the Bridge and Cobo branches will be staying open.

The bank's managers have issued a statement saying the decision has been made "to support social distancing recommendations and provide support for both our community and our colleagues".

It means there'll be no face to face banking services from Natwest International at its St Peter Port branch for now, but services will be running as usual in the St Sampson and Cobo branches.

"We would like to reassure our customers that we are here to support them through our online, digital and telephone services," said Natwest International.

"The wellbeing of our customers and staff is paramount and our branch operating hours are under constant review in line with local government recommendations. All the up to date information can be found at the following page: natwestinternational.com/global/branch-locator.html

"Our colleagues will continue to serve you and you can still carry out your everyday banking and talk to us when you need help. Our online banking and mobile app provide many of the services available in branch and we also have telephone banking services available. In addition our social media channels will be providing regular updates."

Pictured top: Natwest International on the High Street will be closed from today. 

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