Wall Street Group names new CEO
Dubai , July 19, 2007
Wall Street Group, a subsidiary of Emirates Post, has appointed Khalid Hassan as its new CEO.
Hassan will overlook Wall Street's regional and international expansion plans, according to director general of Wall Street Exchange Centre Abdullah Bin Ghaleb.
Wall Street views this as a significant step in its business growth and customer service enhancement plans. Currently Wall Street has over 15,000 international network branches partner offices and strong focus on strengthening relationships with bank and many exchange companies.
Bin Ghaleb also articulated how the expertise of Hassan will serve as a vital asset in driving quality and excellence in Instant Cash services.
Hassan has a previous experience of 11 years working for Emirates Airline, where he held different positions within the Commercial Department both locally and internationally. Kenya, Syria and Switzerland were one of his many stops.
Instant Cash is essentially a state-of-the-art electronic money transfer system that employs leading edge Internet-based technology. This technology is extremely secure and enables recipients of a remittance to collect the money only minutes after it is sent.
Developed for the global expatriate community and travelers, Instant Cash charges the lowest fees for remittances. The product is monitored and serviced round the clock by a dedicated customer support and operations team right here in the UAE, which means that support and assistance are only a local phone call away.Trade Arabia News Service
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