Kay Gandham (fourth from left) and team open the doors of Envision Financial’s Cloverdale branch Aug. 4. The modern

Envision Financial opens the doors to new Cloverdale branch

The new Brickyard Station branch has a modern, open concept design, meaning teller wickets are gone.

A new financial institution has opened in Surrey’s historic town centre, promising to bring a modern, more personal approach to banking.

Envision Financial’s new branch at Brick Yard Station in Cloverdale opened Aug. 4.

The new location at 17433 56 Avenue is a 2,174 square-foot, full-service branch, offering retail and business banking, along with financial planning and investment services.

“Cloverdale is a fast-growing and dynamic community in one of Canada’s fastest growing cities,” said branch manager Kay Gandham.

The branch has a modern, open concept design, meaning teller wickets are gone. Instead, there are advisors who will approach members when they arrive at the branch.

“We take pride in creating a simple, more personal, banking experience,” Grandham said.

Envision Financial is a division of First West Credit Union, the third largest credit union in B.C., with 53 branches and 40 insurance offices.

A grand opening is planned for Saturday, Aug. 15. The event includes a free barbecue. An official ribbon cutting will be held late next month.

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