UNI Financial Cooperation temporarily closes more business locations
Wednesday, April 01, 2020
In an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to protect our employees and members, UNI is temporarily closing 10 more business locations as of Thursday, April 2, 2020.
The following business locations will be closed until further notice:
- Edmundston, Canada Road
- Eel River Crossing
- Moncton, Morton Avenue
Despite these measures, we are ensuring that business locations remain open in every region. Please also note that automated teller machines (ATM) remain accessible even if the business location is temporarily closed.
Opening hours in all other business locations will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For details regarding which business locations are open or closed temporarily, as well as for information on reduced business hours, please visit uni.ca.
Promoting technology more than ever before
Since the beginning of the pandemic, UNI has been encouraging people to use their AccèsD online banking service in order to avoid any unnecessary travel to a business location. Consequently, there has been a significant drop in visits to business locations over the past few weeks. At the same time, teams have been pro-actively contacting its most vulnerable members by telephone in order to process their transactions with them.
“UNI has always been close to our members,” said Julie Francoeur, Customer Experience and Digital Channel Director. “We are taking every precaution to protect our employees and are quickly establishing ways to offer additional virtual support to our members. In these uncertain times, they can count on UNI to find solutions adapted to this unique situation.”
To ensure consistent service to its clientele during this period of isolation, UNI encourages its members to call their regular business location. The employees of these temporarily closed locations will continue to support them in carrying out their daily transactions.
UNI greatly appreciates the members’ cooperation and would like to remind them to be cautious and vigilant at this time.
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Founded in 1936, UNI Financial Cooperation has $4.2 billion in assets and 1,000 employees. It is a significant lever and actively contributes to the province’s economic development milieu. On a daily basis, UNI Financial Cooperation seeks to inspire, support, finance and protect the individual and collective heritage of New Brunswickers. For more details, visit uni.ca. UNI is a registered trademark licensed to Caisse populaire acadienne ltée for use in Canada.