BFC launches 36th branch in Bahrain
Manama, September 23, 2013
Bahrain Financing Company (BFC), a leading money transfer and foreign exchange firm, has announced the launch of its 36th branch in the kingdom.
Catering to the highly populated expat community in Saar, the branch is located in Saar Mall, close to St Christopher's Junior School.
The sixth branch to be opened this year and 36th overall, it is conveniently located to meet the foreign exchange and remittance needs of parents and teachers living and working in the area, as well as the many commuters to Saudi Arabia who choose to live in this area.
In conjunction with the launch of their Saar Mall branch, BFC has also announced that is has partnered with Ahli United Bank (AUB), leading to the introduction of AUB Point of Sale (PoS) machines in all of BFC's branches across the kingdom.
The introduction of the PoS machines means BFC is now able to accept all major debit and credit cards to make payments for transactions be it foreign exchange or remittance, allowing for a more convenient service and eliminating the need to withdraw cash.-TradeArabia News Service
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