NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Royal Bank of Canada has announced it is adjusting its business footprint to ensure it remains profitable and sustainable, as it moves to consolidate two branches within the next two months.
LaSonya Missick, RBC managing director and head of personal banking, told Eyewitness News that the bank has decided to consolidate its Mackey Street branch with its Palmdale branch, and its Governor’s Harbour branch with its Harbour Island branch, in the coming months.
“We have decided to consolidate our Mackey Street branch with our Palmdale branch, effective June 28, 2021. The Mackey Street branch was one of the temporarily closed locations since last year March, due to the pandemic,” said Knowles in response to Eyewitness News inquiries.
“We will also be consolidating our Governor’s Harbour branch with our Harbour Island branch, effective May 28, 2021.
“Additionally, through a unique banking partnership, we seek to provide our clients within the Governor’s Harbour community with solutions to conduct their banking activities.”