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Bank's video service to link rural clients with financial experts across N.S.
January 23, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
Via high-definition, secure, desktop video conferencing, residents of Canso, Port Hawkesbury and Sydney can now have a virtual face-to-face conversation with financial planners, investment advisers, small-business bankers, commercial account managers and deposit specialists at their local branch.
The concept, rolled out as a pilot project in 2009, was officially launched across the country on Wednesday, Nova Scotia investment sales manager Brian Wood said from his Halifax office.
Fifty-one remote and rural areas in Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec will have access to the secure service.
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