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BMO Bank Of Montreal Celebrates Grand Opening Of Britannia & Creditview Branch

BMO Bank of Montreal invites customers and community members to celebrate the grand opening of its new full-service branch in Mississauga at 6085 Creditview Road, located at the intersection of Creditview Road and Britannia Road West, on Saturday, April 14, 2012. The new branch represents an investment of $1.1 million into the community.

The company added that the new open-concept branch is designed to create a comfortable banking experience and offers a variety of financial services and conveniences including a free coin counting machine: a simple-to-use kiosk which counts your loose change; a team of eleven financial professionals including a resident Mortgage Specialist; services provided in seven different languages; access to commercial account and deposit services; two ATMs; and barrier-free access.

In the grand opening celebration, customers who use BMO's new Coin Counter at the Britannia & Creditview branch and deposit the funds into a new Premium Rate Savings Account before May 31, 2012 would receive a matched deposit from BMO of up to $25. Further, customers who open a new BMO Kids Discounted Banking Plan and deposit $25 before April 30th, 2012 would receive another $25 from BMO to help kick-start their child's savings.

by RTT Staff Writer

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