Bank of New Zealand (BNZ Bank) offers a range of products and services that include savings and investments, home loans, credit cards, personal loans, insurance and international and migrant banking. Below is the BNZ Bank information like contact number, store locations, hours, email, address and near me locations of BNZ Bank.
BNZ Bank in Waikanae Phone : 0800 275 269
Weekdays hours: Mon to Fri: 10:00 am–3:00 pm
Weekends hours: Sat-Sun: Closed
BNZ Bank in Waikanae Address : 44 Main Road, Waikanae 5036, New Zealand
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BNZ Bank Regular Business Hours
What time does the BNZ Bank Store Open and close?
Store hours may vary
Holiday hours of BNZ Bank
The hours of operation change during the holiday season. The majority of the stores will adjust hours of operation during the holidays. The observed holidays include:
New Year’s Eve
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No establishment or management fees.
About BNZ Bank NZ
Bank of New Zealand is one of New Zealand’s big four banks and has been operating in the nation since the very first office was opened in Auckland in October 1861 followed shortly after by the first branch in Dunedin at December 1861.