Westpac Pukekohe Branch officially opened

The new Westpac Branch in Pukekohe is now officially open for business.
The new purpose-built branch is located at 108 King Street and took ten weeks to fit out. It features an open plan design with Smart ATMs and cash exchange with a 24hr access lobby.
Victoria Cross holder and local Pukekohe resident, Willie Apiata, led the formalities at the ceremony on Wednesday 25 October, which was attended by around 60 guests from the community.
Mr Apiata also addressed attendees about the qualities that make a good leader, and spoke of his recent trip to the Invictus Games in Toronto, where he was reunited with Prince Harry.

Victoria Cross holder Willie Apiata (centre) officially opens the new Westpac branch in Pukekohe. He is pictured with Pukekohe Branch Manager, Robert Fernandes (left) and Westpac NZ General Manager of Consumer Banking and Wealth, Simon Power (right).

Westpac NZ General Manager of Consumer Banking and Wealth, Simon Power, talks to Victoria Cross holder Willie Apiata at the opening of the new Westpac branch in Pukekohe.

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