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BEC launches sixth branch in Mahboula
May 15, 2017, 12:52 pm
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Bahrain Exchange Company W.L.L. (BEC), one of Kuwait’s leading worldwide money transfer and foreign exchange companies, has announced on 14 May the opening of its 41st retail outlet in Mahboula.

Situated behind Alia Hospital, the new branch is BEC’s sixth in the most populated residential area in Kuwait. Open from Saturday to Friday, 9am – 9pm, the branch will cater to the many locals and expatriates in the area, who require money transfer and currency exchange services. Customers can expect to receive BEC’s highly competitive rates on currency exchange and BEC’s full suite of money transfer services, including Cash Pick-up and Credit to Account through EzRemit and MoneyGram.

To celebrate the opening and to welcome new customers to the branch, BEC gave away 500 gifts to the first 500 customers who undertook a money transfer or currency exchange transaction. Commenting on the new branch, Mathews Varughese, General Manager of BEC said, “At BEC we aim to be where our customers need us, by offering conveniently situated branches to make their important money transfers back home to family and loved ones. Mahboula branch will serve as an accessible location for the many expats residing in this most populated area and will save our customers time and money travelling to further away BEC locations.”

BEC currently has 41 branches conveniently located across Kuwait and specialises in sending money around the globe safely and quickly to over 46,000 locations in 30 countries through its own money transfer product – EzRemit.  Its global reach is extended to over 200 countries through its partnership with MoneyGram an international remittance company. BEC also has its own online money transfer service allowing customer to send money fast, safe and securely from the comfort off their own home or office.
 

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