NASSAU (THE BAHAMAS) – DECEMBER 10, 2021 — Royal Bank of Canada (RY on TSX and NYSE) (“RBC”) today announced the reintroduction of $20 notes at Branch ATMs across The Bahamas.
“We heard from clients and listened to their feedback regarding our recent decision to change the bill mix in our Bahamian ATMs,” said LaSonya Missick, Managing Director and Vice President, Personal Banking, The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands. “Based on that feedback, I am pleased to advise that we will reintroduce the $20 note at our Branch ATMs across The Bahamas.”
The $20 notes will be available at all RBC ATMs that are co-located with RBC’s branches, and at the ATMs located at RBC’s regional headquarters on East Hill Street in Nassau. RBC ATMs that are offsite, such as those found at grocery stores, gas stations, or convenience stores, will continue to offer notes in $50 and $100 denominations.
“While or initial decision was based on data regarding client banking habits, we recognize the importance of listening to our clients and our communities,” added Missick. “Sometimes we need to change course. Our clients are at the centre of everything we do and we want to continue providing them with more convenience and more flexibility when banking with RBC.”
The reintroduction of the $20 notes at Branch ATMs on New Providence took place between December 9 and 10, while banknotes at Family Island Branch ATMs will be re-added between December 10 and 15.
Source: RBC Communications