Latest WSBI-ESBG News & Views looks at ways savings and retail banks address pandemic
BRUSSELS, 14 April 2020 – Timely measures taken by WSBI and ESBG members help mitigate effects of Covid-19 on local economies, the latest editon of News & Views highlights. Savings and retail banks have helped serve people in communities, supporting households, SMEs and protecting business continuity and ramping up digital channels to connect with customers.
Stay at home: WSBI-ESBG Managing Director Chris De Noose on Covid_19 and what it means for members, customers
Now more than ever: Savings and retails banks help people weather coronavirus storm
WSBI statement on Covid-19: United efforts indispensable to overcome crisis
ESBG statement on Covid-19: Savings and retails banks help people weather coronavirus storm
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WSBI-ESBG remains at your service, work continues
As outlined in this edition of News & Views, WSBI-ESBG staff continue to work during the coronavirus pandemic. Staff work from home and will continue to do so for the coming weeks as the Belgian government enforces heightened measures to combat the virus' spread. WSBI-ESBG continues its advocacy efforts with EU institutions, stakeholder engagement and member outreach throughout this crisis period. Information flows continue through phone, website, Twitter and LinkedIn updates and InfoFlash services via e-mail.
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