CALGARY, July 9, 2013 /CNW/ - A temporary RBC branch is now open in High
River to help clients affected by recent flooding access the financial
advice they need.
Located at 1230 - 3rd Street SE in High River, the branch will provide financial advice on
personal and small business banking needs. A full-service ATM is also
in place. The branch is open Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. Clients in the area can contact the branch by phone at
"The High River community, among other areas in Southern Alberta, is
beginning the slow and steady process of recovery and rebuilding, and
we are here to help," says Tonya Currie, Regional Vice President,
Calgary South. "That starts with ensuring our clients are able to visit
their local branch if they need to. Our commitment is to work with each
of our affected clients individually to understand their unique
circumstances and needs and find the right financial solutions to help
them through this challenging time."
RBC and RBC Insurance clients affected by the floods may have special
accommodation arranged for short-term payment deferrals on mortgages,
personal loans, home insurance, auto insurance, life and health
insurance, auto loans and credit cards. Small business clients are
encouraged to contact their account manager as they will also be
afforded special accommodation.
Clients can also visit the Okotoks, Gates of Walden or Shawnessy (both
located in southeast Calgary) or Turner Valley branches. For hours of
operation and location clients can contact any one of the branches:
Gates of Walden: 403-292-8243
Turner Valley: 403-933-4364
Branch information can also be found on www.rbcroyalbank.com.
RBC is working to rebuild its permanent location in High River. Clients
can also call 1-800-769-2511 for information on branch availability, to
bank by phone, or discuss their financial needs. Small business clients
can contact RBC at 1-800-769-2520.
SOURCE: RBC Calgary
For further information:
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