Chase opened a new full-service branch in east Mesa recently at Point 22 and Signal Butte that will feature the latest digital technology offering customers convenience while following safety protocols to keep customers and employees safe.
“We’re thrilled to join this growing community in east Mesa and to bring our services closer to our customers,” branch manager Kristy Stokes said in a release.
The new full-service branch at 10746 E. Point 22 Blvd. in Mesa features modern, bright designs with comfortable meeting areas and state-of-the-art banking technology, including deposit-friendly ATMs that dispense cash in multiple denominations. The branch will be open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturdays. An ATM will be available 24-hours a day in the vestibule and drive-up. The branch phone number is 602-606-4540.
The branch will be staffed with a dedicated Chase Private Client team that provides premium banking services, personalized attention and access to the expertise and investment capabilities of J.P. Morgan to help families reach their most important goals, plus personal bankers. Customers may also meet with financial and home lending advisors and business banking relationship managers, the release states.
The new branch building also features teller partition glass to safeguard employees and customers, alcohol-based hand sanitizer at main entrances, transaction lines and reception areas and a regular cleaning protocol to help reduce the spread of germs and viruses.
Chase’s services are also available through its mobile app and website, which give customers the option to open a new checking or savings account with a click of a button. Chase’s new all-digital bank for smartphones also gives customers the option to open a new checking or savings account with a click of a button.
Chase has more than 200 branches and almost 600 ATMs in Arizona.
The firm serves hundreds of thousands of consumers and local businesses in the region, including clients through its investment, commercial and private bank. In Arizona, Chase currently serves 2.6 million consumer customers and 288,000 large and small businesses.
Go to chase.com.