ASB today announced it will build a new regional centre in Invercargill.
The bank first opened in Invercargll in Esk St in 1994 with six staff.
ASB Lower South Island regional manager Blair Evans, in a statement today, said there had been huge growth in the region in the past 20 years and it now had a staff of 30.
The new centre will be on the corner of Don and Deveron streets and will contain 36 staff.
"The Southland Regional Centre will be a flagship building representing ASB's significant investment in the Southland region and we are looking forward to continuing to work collaboratively with local businesses and customers in this fantastic, purpose-built facility,"
ASB Invercargill is currently located at the corner of Don and Kelvin streets and will move to the new centre in 2015.
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