Butterfield Banking Hours And Appointments

September 8, 2021 | 3 Comments

The Bank of Butterfield today announced that beginning Monday [Sept 13] and “until further notice, Butterfield Banking Centres will operate reduced hours and their corporate offices will be by appointment only.”

“Butterfield’s Banking Centres will now be open 9:00a.m. – 2:00p.m., Monday to Friday. To protect members of the public and our staff, capacity remains reduced, and clients must continue to wear a mask and follow all other Covid-19 guidance when visiting Butterfield,” a spokesperson said.

“To reduce wait times, clients should utilise Butterfield’s alternate banking channels, using any Butterfield ATM, Butterfield Online, or the Mobile Banking app where possible. In addition, clients wishing to make deposits have the option of using the ‘No-Wait Deposit’ at any Butterfield Banking Centre and the ATMs at Butterfield on Reid Street, Rosebank Drive-Thru, Collectors Hill Apothecary, and Shelly Bay Marketplace.

“Our full team remains available to assist clients, however appointments and a valid SafeKey [https://www.gov.bm/safekey] will be required for all in person meetings at Butterfield’s corporate offices.

“For loan enquiries, or to make an appointment with Consumer Credit, clients should call [441] 298 4799. Butterfield Asset Management clients should call [441] 299 3817. Corporate, Private Banking and Trust clients can contact their Relationship Manager directly. For all other matters, contact the Butterfield Call Centre on [441] 295 1111.”

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  1. Warrior says:

    What is going on with the ATM’s? Every week they are out of order and let,s not talk about St. George’s Branch one. Please keep these important to your customers up and running.

  2. Raymond "Ray Love" Robinson says:

    How about being able to access my account whenever I want. 1990 technology. Damn

  3. Good Grief says:

    How many times are these banks gonna continue to mess with their hours of operation? Confusing the public.

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