Regions Part of an Industry Rethink of the Bank Branch

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Regions' concept branch in its downtown headquarters features universal bankers, where customers can receive multiple services from the same person.

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Regions' concept branch in its downtown headquarters features universal bankers, where customers can receive multiple services from the same person.

Banking, like virtually everything, has been changed by technology over the last generation. With many people banking with their mobile phones or online, financial institutions are thinking about their brick-and-mortar locations differently. We hear about one specific example from the branch in Regions’ downtown Birmingham headquarters in this week’s Magic City Marketplace.

Andrew Yeager

Host/Reporter



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