UAE Exchange marks 600th branch milestone
Dubai, June 28, 2012
UAE Exchange, a leading global remittance and foreign exchange brand, recently opened the 600th branch in its global network.
"Our aim of becoming the trusted neighbourhood brand has reached a new milestone,” said Y Sudhir Kumar Shetty, COO – Global Operations, UAE Exchange.
“We have been incessantly spreading our network, worldwide, to get as closer to our customers as possible. Our standardization drive has ensured that no matter in which part of the world customers are, they will not only be able to easily access UAE Exchange branches, but also experience the same quality of service,” he added.
Promoth Manghat, vice president – Global Operations, UAE Exchange, said, "We continue our lead in being the largest globally networked remittance brand in the world.”
“All our operations in 30 countries, across five continents, are constantly on the task of strengthening the network in their respective regions, which snowballs into one movement towards our aim of being the trusted neighbourhood brand for over 3.5 million customers and their dear ones, worldwide. In the process, we contribute to around 6 per cent of the global remittance volume."
Gopakumar Bhargavan, chief marketing officer, UAE Exchange, said, "UAE Exchange started as a single branch in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Today we have grown into a global brand with a wide network of branches in 30 countries, across five continents. The new milestone is part of our drive to spread its footprints globally. From North America to Oceania, we have built and spread the culture of quality, bringing value to customers and partners, worldwide."
Recently UAE Exchange expanded its network in Asia, Africa and Europe by commencing operations in China, Malaysia, Ireland, Botswana, Seychelles, Kenya and Morocco. – TradeArabia News Service
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