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Niche Financing opens 5th branch in MoBay

Thursday, March 14, 2019

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Niche Financing, a local microfinancing company, has expanded its operations to western Jamaica with the official opening of its latest branch at Shop #1, Fairview Marketplace in Montego Bay. The company formally unveiled its newest location last week, while simultaneously kick-starting its March Madness Promotion, which offers special interest rates to police officers, correctional officers and firefighters.

“The decision to establish a presence in the second city [Montego Bay] was based on our own feasibility study and ongoing demands from our existing and prospective clients,” shares Denniston Brown, general manager at Niche Financing Ltd.

“The Fairview Marketplace is an ideal location for our fifth branch as it lies within a rapidly developing community boasting growing commercial activity.”

The over 1,500-square foot facility provides a secure, convenient location to transact business just minutes from the bustling city centre. The Montego Bay office, which opens Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, offers clients access to the entire suite of Niche Financing's Quick Loans. Clients at the newly minted location can also apply in-branch for the recently launched Niche Epay Mastercard, a secure prepaid card boasting greater flexibility versus cash.


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