UNI temporarily closing seven business locations and reducing opening hours
Thursday, March 19, 2020
UNI is working diligently to safeguard our employees and to continue to serve our client members by implementing health and safety measures during the COVID-19 situation.
Effective Friday, March 20, 2020, these seven business locations will close temporarily until further notice:
- Moncton, Université de Moncton
As well, UNI will be reducing our opening hours at other business locations from Monday to Friday. Consequently, no business location will be open during evening hours or on weekends.
Despite these changes, all ATMs in UNI’s network will remain accessible for those affected by these temporary closures. The complete list of UNI’s business locations and their modified opening hours will soon be available at uni.ca/locator
“UNI is aware of the repercussions this decision could eventually have on our client members,” said Robert Moreau, CEO. “We can assure them that they will have all the necessary support during this unique and unprecedented period.”
Tangible solutions to ease financial burdens
Financial relief measures for client members and entrepreneurs affected by the repercussions of COVID-19 will be in place within the next 24 hours. Many are finding it difficult to meet their financial obligations, which is why UNI has taken the necessary action to support our clients in a timely manner, now and in the coming months. Details will be available at uni.ca. As well, check social media for details on when these solutions will be available.
While 80% of our client members already use online services for their daily needs, we encourage everyone to register for our AccèsD online banking service in order to avoid all unnecessary travel to a business location.
We understand that our client members may be concerned and anxious during this period of time; we will continue to serve our clientele with increased hygienic standards while paying particular attention to cleanliness, i.e. counters, ATM areas, etc.
About UNI Financial Cooperation
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.
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