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BankPacific announces temporary closure of hagatna branch

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Guam - Due to ongoing renovations at its Hagatna facilities, BankPacific will temporarily close its paying and receiving office in Hagatna March 17-31, according to bank president and CEO Philip Flores. Bank locations in Agat, Tamuning and Dededo, all ATM's, including the ATM located in the Hagatna office, will remain open and operate normally. MyCloudBanking will also allow 24/7 access to customers' accounts through

smart phones, computers and tablets. Sagan Umayao, located in the Governor Joseph Flores Building in Hagatna, will continue to receive and process all loan applications. Accounting and IT operations will also operate normally.  While bank officials have endeavored to maintain normal operations during the three-year renovation period, the electrical and mechanical work required over the two week period will leave the building with limited electricity. The bank is currently in the final stages of its renovation project which is expected to be completed by April 30. 

"The completion of this renovation project will culminate with our 60th anniversary celebration, and our new, modern facilities will carry us through our next 60 years," said Flores. "We cannot wait to share our improvements and celebrate this milestone with our community."

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