The Nottingham Building Society is bucking one of banking's biggest trends, expanding its physical footprint by opening seven new branches in British market towns.
Chase is pushing its green credentials through a partnership with GE that will see the bank slash energy consumption at 4500 branches by 15%.
Mobile banking transactions in the UK are expected to more than double by 2022, while branch visits will dwindle to just four visits each year for the average consumer in the same period, according to figures produced by industry analyst group CACI.
Santander is to beam specialist mortgage advisors over the ether to talk to customers via video screens located at 66 branches across the UK.
Vietnam's TPBank is to augment its branch network with the introduction of tech-oriented, small-scale video banking branches.
Bank of Ireland is pumping EUR10 million into branch development, vowing to reinvent, rather than simply close, sites that see declining customer numbers.
Poland's Idea Bank is taking mobile banking to the next level, turning carriages on intercity trains into co-working spaces.
American customers who occasionally visit branches are more satisfied with their banks than those that only use mobile and online channels, according to a new JD Power study.