Victoria Mutual “VMBS” announces community blitz in Orlando

The Victoria Mutual Building Society (VMBS) Representative Office in Florida will continue to engage members of the Florida Diaspora through the first in a series of “Bank on the move” Diaspora community blitz in Orlando, Florida.

This promotional initiative will take place at the Caribbean Sunshine Bakery, 2528 W Colonial Drive, on Friday, May and Saturday May 22nd: 10:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., and at Bank Tower – 111 North Orange Avenue, Monday, May 24e and Tuesday 25 Maye, 2021: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The VMBS – Florida representative office in Miramar provides Jamaicans and friends of Jamaica who wish to do business on the island with valuable information on VM’s savings and credit products, mortgages and other services.

According to Suzette Rochester Lloyd, Chief Representative Officer, VMBS – Florida Representative, “The ‘Bank on the Move’ Diaspora Community Blitz is a financial education initiative that will allow new and existing members in their respective localities to meet with members of the VM team in person. , while adhering to CDC guidelines and providing information about WV services; savings and loan products; member updates; as well as accepting documents for processing mortgage applications for the purchase of property in Jamaica and dealing with other general matters ”.

VM Florida’s representative office, through its community-wide financial education initiatives, has contributed to VM Group funds under management, through access to various asset classes.

Victoria Mutual’s mission has remained consistent, “which continues to help our members and clients become homeowners and achieve their financial well-being.” Victoria Mutual is today a trusted partner for Jamaicans and Friends of Jamaicans living abroad and on the island of Jamaica ”.

For more information and to schedule your appointment, please contact the VMBS – Florida representative office by: call 305-770-2643 or E-mail [email protected]

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