A member of staff from the branch of the Postal Savings Bank in Tianjin introduces passers-by to its financial services at a local higher education fair on June 14.
An array of counters were set up by the local branch of the Postal Savings Bank of China in Tianjin in north China, at a higher education fair in the city on June 14. The bank aims to help future college students learn about its competitive financial services and invite them to become new clients as they embark on their college life.
According to the city's Postal Savings Bank office, it boasts more than 400 branches across the entire city, and can provide potential customers with all kinds of services. For instance, at every site, undergraduates can open a bank account and quickly complete transactions relating to their tuition fees.