Natbank debuts third branch in Boynton Beach, Florida


Complete with cocktails and client tours, Natbank opened its doors to the public recently to highlight increased service offerings by the Florida firm at 970 North Congress Ave., Suite 120, Boynton Town Center.

At the new Boynton Beach branch open house Feb. 3, officers Michael Côté and Louis Vachon outlined the company’s success and recent accomplishments. The new office is the third for Natbank N.A., owned by a subsidiary of National Bank of Canada.

"Natbank wants to be there for its clients, whether they are in Florida or in other parts of the United States,"  Côté, Natbank’s president and CEO, said. "Over the past year, we invested more than $1 million renovating our branches in Pompano Beach and Hollywood and building this one in Boynton Beach.”

National Bank's President and CEO Louis Vachon spoke of the close client ties that National Bank of Canada has similarly maintained over its 150-year history.

“Our objective is clear: to serve our clients when they want via the channel that suits them best," Vachon said. "With Natbank, and this third branch, here in Boynton Beach, we have one more way of helping clients with their projects."

Natbank donated $5,000 to the local Schoolhouse Children's Museum & Learning Center at the open house. Until Feb. 29, the branch will be promoting special preferred rates on term deposits for new clients. Additionally, the bank will continue to donate $25 to the Schoolhouse Center with every new account opened.

“[W]ith the mobile solutions we will be introducing in 2016, our online services will complement the counter service we provide in our branches so that our clients can enjoy top-quality service that is both convenient and accessible," Côté said.

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