- Customer-focussed, 7-day-a-week bank to open in Liverpool Street to serve local residents, businesses and commuters
Metro Bank, the revolution in British banking, is coming to the commuter-hub of Liverpool Street and has announced its intention to open a brand-new store there later this year. The bank, which is renowned for providing customers with a superior banking experience, offers personal, business and private banking services, seven days a week, early until late, 362 days a year.
Unlike any other bank, Metro Bank provides instant account opening, along with on-the-spot card printing, meaning customers can walk in without an appointment and walk out with a fully-functioning account. What’s more, the store will also have over 2,000 safe deposit boxes for customers to keep their valuables, as well as free coin counting facilities for customers and non-customers alike.
The bank opened its very first flagship store in Holborn nearly seven years ago, followed swiftly by six new stores in prime central London locations including, Earls Court, Tottenham Court Road and most recently on the illustrious King’s Road.
Iain Kirkpatrick, Managing Director of Retail Banking at Metro Bank commented: “The Banking Revolution was born in central London and since we first opened our doors in Holborn, we’ve seen unprecedented demand for our services. We love London and London clearly loves us.
“Our stores are where people need them, whether that’s close to where they live or where they work. Liverpool Street has always been high on our list and we look forward to bringing local residents and businesses, as well as commuters, a bank that values customer choice and enables people to bank whenever, however and wherever they want – whether that’s in store, online, through an app or on the phone.”
The new store will be located on the bustling corner of Bishopsgate and Liverpool Street.
All stores are open at the most convenient time for local residents and businesses from 8am to 8pm Monday to Fridays, 8am to 6pm on Saturday and 11am to 5pm on Sundays and bank holidays, 362 days a year.