Santander Bank North America has opened a branch in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania as part of its wider expansion plans.
As part of the opening, the bank also presented a $10,000 check to representatives from Habitat for Humanity to support financial education seminars, the construction of four homes and additional home repair projects.
Junior Achievement of Southeastern PA, a volunteer-delivered financial literacy nonprofit also attended an event held by the bank and received a $38,000 donation from Santander Bank to support financial literacy programs for students in Montgomery, Bucks and Chester counties.
Angela Moultrie, Santander Region president for Pennsylvania and Central New Jersey said: “We’re excited to relocate our King of Prussia branch to this more convenient location where we can continue to help local residents and business owners with their banking needs.”
“Santander has been investing in its branch network, and this location features our new modern design that encourages engaging, consultative client interactions while also providing tools to facilitate self-service in a comfortable setting.”
The branch includes several meeting spaces for clients, including a meeting “nook” where clients can meet privately with bankers, as well as a teller bar and help bar.
Santander will also offer free seminars to clients and community members on topics such as home buying and retirement, meanwhile the 24hour ATM is available to clients after branch hours.
“Santander is committed to supporting our local communities, and Habitat for Humanity and Junior Achievement are great partners that share our values of improving the quality of life for the neighborhoods where we live and work,” said Moultrie.
Santander Bank North America currently has two million customers located across Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
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