Aman Exchange, the latest and fastest growing entrant into Kuwait’s money exchange business opened its 7th branch in the country in Salmiya on Saturday. Having started operations in Kuwait only in July of 2015, Aman Exchange’s 7th branch opening in a span of little over six months, marks one of fastest expansion drives by any exchange company in Kuwait.
Welcoming the gathering, Operation Manager of Aman Exchange E.D. Titus thanked all present for their good wishes and support to the new exchange. India Ambassador to Kuwait H.E. Sunil Jain in his address also expressed his congratulations to the management of the exchange. Present for the inauguration was Mohammed Al Sager, shareholder of Aman Exchange, Ambassadors of Philippines, Nepal and Uzbekistan and Defence attaché of Bangladesh.
Focusing on bringing a premium service to remitters in terms of speed, security and rates, Aman Exchange leverages the latest technology available in the market to provide high-level, hassle-free money remittance experience.
Aman Exchange places great importance on legal compliance and Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements as mandated by regulatory authorities. An advanced system of data collection keeps the data of the customer updated and always available on demand to the management.
In little over six months, Aman Exchange has opened six branches in Kuwait. Starting with their first branch in Farwaniya, at the Megatheer Mall, Aman Exchange now has one outlet in Fahaheel, two in Hawally — one on Tunis street and another along Beirut Street. Two more branches were added to the network, one in Hassawi Area in Jleeb Shyoukh and a premier branch in Avenues Mall -2nd Phase , exactly opposite the popular hypermarket Carrefour.
With 3 more branches slated for opening in February 2016, Aman is on target to become a major player in Kuwait’s money exchange business.
The Company is managed by experienced professionals, headed by Adel Yousef Al Muzaini, who is the General Manager, and E.D. Titus, who looks after the operations of the company. Both of them have over 25 years of experience in the money exchange and remittance industry.
Within a short span of 6 months, the company has opened up correspondent relationships with major banks in India, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the Philippines. The company also serves the remittance needs of its customers to the GCC, America, Europe and Africa. With a vibrant currency handling department, the company offers all major currencies in cash in Kuwait.
The distinct Red and Blue logo of Aman Exchange is all set to make a difference in terms of service and competitive rates in the Kuwait money exchange market.
|Bhimsen Thapa||Posted on : February 06, 2016 7:45 pm|