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Lynn Valley Gets a Taste of Blueshore Financial’s Signature Financial Spa Banking Branch

Lynn Valley Gets a Taste of Blueshore Financial’s Signature Financial Spa Banking Branch

BlueShore Financial, a full-service boutique financial institution, today announces the opening of its new Lynn Valley Financial Spa® branch, bringing its premium West Coast design and client experience to the Lynn Valley community.

BlueShore has met the banking needs of the Lynn Valley community for over 45 years, and the investment in the newly revitalized branch is in response to the evolving financial services needs of clients and businesses in the area. Today, many clients are handling their transactional banking online, visiting branches for deeper and more complex in-person financial advisory discussions. With this in mind, BlueShore designed an in-branch advisory experience that is exceptional for every client.

With a focus on premium client service, expert financial advice and seamless technology, the Lynn Valley Financial Spa branch design emphasizes natural elements of the West Coast and reflects the North Vancouver community. The space is thoughtfully designed to welcome clients and includes local art, fresh flowers, subtle scents, and music to create an environment that calms and sets the stage for productive and engaging financial discussions. New clients can enjoy exclusive offers as part of the new branch opening.

“With the opening of our Financial Spa branch in Lynn Valley, we are able to better serve our existing clients in the community and welcome new clients,” said Chris Catliff, BlueShore Financial President and CEO. “Our new location creates more opportunities to provide our five-star client service, have productive in-person financial conversations, create stronger relationships, and offer expert solutions to help our clients meet their financial goals.”

Notable features at the Lynn Valley branch include:

  • Elegant meeting spaces, ideal for multi-generational financial planning conversations.
  • A Kids Zone modeled after the Lynn Canyon suspension bridge to entertain children while their parents bank.
  • As part of BlueShore’s support of arts and culture, works of BC-based artists are featured including glass pieces by Heather Konschuh, paintings by Vicki English, paintings by Claudia Wiebe, and pottery by Carol Demers.

To celebrate the opening of its signature Lynn Valley Financial Spa branch, further uplift and connect with the community, and support local organizations that foster wellness, BlueShore is proud to support, through donations, the Lynn Valley Lions Club, Lynn Valley Services Society, and North Shore Disability Services Society.

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