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New Jobs Created In Leeds With Foreign Exchange Opening

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Market leading foreign exchange provider Eurochange has recently created two new jobs in Leeds with the opening of a branch on Kirkgate.

The new branch is the latest addition to Eurochange’s 170+ outlets nationwide, complementing the firm’s existing branches in Leeds Trinity and Leeds Merrion.

Praised for delivering fair value pricing, convenient locations and expert staff, Eurochange handle over two and a half million customer transactions each year, and their latest opening in Leeds reflects the public’s desire for a quick, reliable and good value travel money service.

Upon opening the new Leeds Kirkgate branch, Managing Director Giles Custerson said “The opening of our third Leeds branch is an exciting time for Eurochange. We’ve wanted to open a branch on Kirkgate for a while and we’re excited to welcome new customers into a world of great rates and customer service.”

Since their acquisition by NoteMachine in 2014, Eurochange has seen an average of 30 new branches open every year, including the expansion of their network in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. They have also been awarded the MoneyAge ‘Travel Money Provider of the Year’ award for two years running, 2016 and 2017.

For more information, visit www.eurochange.co.uk

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