Cardtronics has announced a licensing agreement with BBVA Compass. The agreement will provide the bank with branding rights to more than 300 ATMs in H-E-B stores across Texas.
“This agreement provides us an opportunity to deliver convenient banking options for H-E-B shoppers and BBVA Compass customers alike,” said Gabriel Palafox, director of multichannel development at BBVA Compass. “Customers want access to their money on their terms. Having bank-branded ATMs in high-traffic locations like H-E-B stores is a great way for us to meet those needs.”
“BBVA Compass’ commitment to innovation and its growing presence in Texas made it an attractive branding partner for our fleet of H-E-B-located ATMs,” said Rick Updyke, president, Cardtronics’ North America Business Group. “We welcome this expanded opportunity to deliver convenient self-service banking access for BBVA Compass’ customers and to help grow the bank’s brand.”
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