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Breder Suasso relocates to Queen Street Auckland, due to expansion

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Breder Suasso the leading financial service provider in Auckland New Zealand relocates it’s offices to 300 Queen Street Auckland New Zealand due to a rapid expansion in proving it’s financial services, being corporate and private accounts and MasterCard.

“We have outgrown our current head office and needed bigger premises to house our increasing staff. 2016 is for us a major year in our expansion projects, we are looking forward to hire, and a wide number of jobs and career opportunities will be made available into e-commerce and mobile POS terminals” said Benjamin Cohen, Breder Suasso’s Spokesperson. The new premises will give further space for expansion as headcount increases, offers ample parking for visitors and gives County Insurance increased presence in the area. “This location right on the corner of Queen Street is in the heart of a vibrant business area in the very center of the City and our visibility with a host of thriving businesses is going to increase dramatically” added Ben Cohen.

Breder Suasso, a local financial service providers for international business also offers accounts opening and MasterCards.


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