NCB opens new Financial Services Centre in Portmore

Sunday, January 21, 2018

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NCB Financial Group (NCBFG) will tomorrow open a multifaceted Banking and Financial Services Centre on familiar ground at 13-14 West Trade Way, Portmore, St Catherine.

The ultra-modern facility will provide banking, insurance and investment services and replaces NCB's Portmore branch which will move from 18 West Trade Way where it was temporarily relocated for a year to facilitate upgrades at the original West Trade Way location.

The new centre will also house Advantage General Insurance Company, a subsidiary of NCBFG which is currently minutes away from the Portmore branch. NCB's merger of services is a part of the Group's broader customer solutions strategy which includes a holistic approach in meeting customers' financial needs.

“The building located at 13-14 West Trade Way was in need of renovation, the parking space was limited and we did not offer all our services under one roof. We felt our valued customers deserved more. Now, after approximately 12 months of renovation, we are ready to open our doors to our brand new, first-class, state-of-the-art financial services centre,” explained Dwight Hyde, manager of NCB, Portmore branch.

The new NCB Banking and Financial Services Centre, Portmore will additionally feature a spacious open-concept layout, expanded parking facilities, 24-hour Bank on the Go self-service area, and a drive-thru ABM. NCB also has similar centres at Fairview in Montego Bay and Constant Spring in Kingston.

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