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Mark Gielis (centre back) joins Kerryn Vincart (front left) and the rest of the Marcoola Community Bank branch team

He’s local, positive and ready to make a difference.

The Marcoola Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank has welcomed its new Customer Relationship Manager, Mark Gielis.

A proud, long-time North Shore resident, Mark says he’s delighted to be working so close to home and has already hit the ground running.

“I’ve spent the past four years working at the Woombye Community Bank branch and was at Cooroy Community Bank branch before that. I’ve seen the difference we make where it matters most – right where we live. I’m really looking forward to being part of the many community activities the Marcoola Community Bank branch is involved with,” Mark said.

Having worked in the banking industry for the past eight years - all with Bendigo Bank, Mark said he has a real appreciation for how the bank gives our coast towns a real say in their own future.

“It’s great to be working with a close team that already gives so much back to its community, and I find this philosophy a real personal motivator. I guess I come from the belief that everyone has to bank somewhere, so why not bank with someone who works so closely with its community?” he added.

Marcoola Community Bank branch manager, Kerryn Vincart said Mark has been a welcome addition to the team.

“Mark has already made such a great impression with our locals and brings with him connection with so many of our locals. We’re excited to add such a dynamic personality to the branch. One of the other benefits of having him here is that fact that he’s devoted to our Community Banking model - the more our community supports the Marcoola branch the more we can make more vital returns to our community on the North Shore,” Kerryn said.

Locals are invited to visit the Marcoola Community Bank branch and meet with Mark and the rest of the team to talk about all your banking needs.

The Marcoola Community Bank branch is located at 930 David Low Way and is open 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. You can also call the branch directly on 5448 8582

 
Marcoola Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank :
Shop 1, 930 David Low Way, Marcoola
07 5448 8582
07 5448 9689
Marcoola Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank
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