New branch for building society
IPSWICH Building Society has opened the doors at its new branch Sudbury.Local samba band Samboomba created a party mood, with visitors also able to enjoy a barbecue, face painting and magic tricks.
IPSWICH Building Society has opened the doors at its new branch Sudbury.
Local samba band Samboomba created a party mood, with visitors also able to enjoy a barbecue, face painting and magic tricks.
There was also a chance to meet the team staffing the new branch, together with the society's mascot, Pound The Hound.
The Sudbury team is headed by assistant branch manager Wayne Hurrell, who is also a qualified mortgage adviser. He will be assisted by Stacey Bunn and Ellie Robinson as customer service assistants, with overall responsibility going to Paul Millar, branch manager.
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Paul Winter, chief executive, said: “We're here to make it easier for people to buy a home and save for the future. Simple products, and the care and personal attention that make for a great service are what we strive for.
“We reinvest our profits in the business to expand our services and to improve our competitiveness, giving people more choice in where they put their money. We are also passionate about supporting the local community and are proud to be the main sponsors of the Sudbury Cricket Club and look forward to collaborating with local schools and other organisations in the future.”
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