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Major banking group opens first cashless branch in Poland

That’s a representation of a new phase in the construction of a modern bank in Poland

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Major banking group opens first cashless branch in Poland. Source: shutterstock.com

Crédit Agricole Bank Polska has announced the launch of a cash-free banking branch in Warsaw.

The new branch doesn’t have a counter for depositing or withdrawing cash. Customers can carry out such transactions in a self-service area fitted out with ATMs.

This way, the advisors can dedicate all of their time to more complex transactions. What is more, they can better meet the needs of their customers by offering a personalized service.

We’ve reported that Saxo Bank has signed an agreement with 5 Danish SDC member banks. This involves Sparekassen Vendsyssel, Sparekassen Thy, Middelfart Sparekasse, Frøs Sparekasse, and Jutlander Bank.

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