Branch opening programme accelerates


Branch opening programme accelerates

Three new branches have been opened in the Czech Republic, one in central Prague and two in North Bohemia – Most and Mlada Boleslav.
The Managing Director, Marek Nacovsky said “We enjoy an unrivalled position with 40 prime locations across the country with a depth of operational experience built up over 25 years”.
Recently Interchange’s campaign to promote the sale of foreign currency at near wholesale rates has recorded startling growth rates. Customers can elect to collect their currency at a convenient downtown location or at Prague Airport.

Additional branches have been opened in Budapest and ATM coverage at Ferenc Liszt International Airport has been expanded.

A prime location has opened in Warsaw and another one will open at the end this year.

Austria saw the debut of dedicated Tax Free refunds and foreign exchange services at the large duty free shopping complex of Parndorf outside of Vienna. Interchange Austria is soon to mark its return to Salzburg with an opening in September.
Its CEO, Daniel Pajak ” We strive for service excellence at Vienna International Airport where we have extended the depth of our customer offerings, and with the Parndorf opening, our expertise in the tax refund market”.

South African expansion continues apace with three new branch openings scheduled in Middleburg, Polokwane and Newtown Junction. Implementation of a ground breaking transfer mechanism is expected shortly following the grant of Reserve Bank of South Africa approval.

Alastair Holberton commented “We secured over a dozen new initiatives in the first half; we are working on an acceleration of that as we reinvest earnings into the business”.