Customers of the former EON Bank will be able to conduct transactions at all of its 145 branches redesignated as Hong Leong Bank branches beginning today.
This is a result of the completion of a major integration move between both banks, reports Bernama.
HLB acquired of EON Bank's assets and liabilities on May 6, 2011, thus allowing the customers to enjoy the services of the 329 branches and 1,400 self-service terminals of both groups under one roof.
HLB group managing director, Yvonne Chia, said to further facilitate this smooth transition, a new HLBB passbook would be issued to all deposit customers as they conducted their next transactions at HLB branches, besides replacing their automated teller machine and debit cards.
"In just three months, we have achieved a key harmonisation milestone to offer our customers the best of both banks under one Hong Leong Bank," she said at the launch of one redesignated branch here today.
In conjunction with this achievement, the bank has launched a four-month campaign, themed 'Better Together With 329 Branches'.
The campaign, which will end on Nov 30, 2011, offers a customer from each branch a chance to win a grand prize of 329 per cent per annum deposit interest on the savings account.
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