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M&S Bank launches Premium Current Account

M&S Bank launches Premium Current Account

Category: Money

Updated: 14/12/2012
First Published: 27/09/2012

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M&S Bank's Premium Current Account has been officially launched today, offering shoppers the option to operate their account whilst in store.

It is understood customers have been pre-registering for the accounts with M&S Bank, formerly branded as M&S Money, since July.

The bank claims it offers customers a transparent account with over £500 worth of benefits such as M&S vouchers.

The provider has confirmed that an additional sixteen branches will be opened by the end of this year, in Exeter, Milton Keynes and Norwich to name but a few, adding to its existing sixteen branches.

Colin Kersey, CEO of M&S Bank, said: "We understand that our customers want to bank at a time that suits them and our branches are open the same hours as M&S stores, including weekends.

"We've been opening branches across the UK over the summer and it's been great to see such a high level of interest."

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