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Wells Fargo to open 2 digital express centers in Washington, DC

Wells Fargo & Co. will open two digital express centers this year in Washington, D.C., Triangle Business Journal reported March 13.

The first express center, which will open in the first week of May, will be at 1329 Wisconsin Ave. NW in Georgetown. The second center, which is expected to open in the early fourth quarter, will be at 99 M St. SE in the Navy Yard, according to the report.

Region President John Allen said the two express centers aim for a more intimate setting and hope to make the banking experience less intimidating than the usual teller lines or talking to representatives behind desks, the news outlet added.

Wells Fargo is also planning to launch new digital products, including a "control tower," which will allow customers to check all their recurring payments in one place, according to the publication.