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LuLu Exchange expands customer outreach with new branch
May 10, 2014, 3:15 pm
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Kuwait’s leading remittance and foreign exchange company, LuLu Exchange Company, on Saturday, 10 May, opened its brand new outlet in Fahaheel region. The exchange house which is keen to expand its network and to enhance its customer outreach now has a total branch count of twelve in the country.

This is also the Exchange's second outlet in Fahaheel region. The new branch will increase convenience for customers reinforcing the company’s customer-centric strategy of providing quality services to its clients. His Excellency Sunil Jain, Ambassador of India to Kuwait inaugurated the new branch located behind NBK (National Bank of Kuwait) on Dabbous Street in Fahaheel, in the presence of the senior management of LuLu Exchange and other dignitaries.

Commenting on the opening, Adeeb Ahamed, Director – LuLu Exchange Company, Kuwait said, “In line with our plans to increase our branch network coverage, we are very proud to open new branch in Fahaheel to meet all of our customers’ remittance needs and to provide them with efficient money exchange services. The opening of the new branch will meet the strong demand we are witnessing from existing and potential customers in this area.”

“This branch is dedicated to the service of our valued customers. LuLu Exchange is keen on building a strategic network across Kuwait, considering the needs of customers as well as the changing market dynamics. Our expansion is based on extensive market research and our confidence in long- and short-term economic indicators in the State of Kuwait. We at LuLu Exchange facilitate financial transaction services that are secure, instant and compliant through state-of-the-art systems that deliver flexibility, speed, reliability, and transparency,”0Mr. Ahamed added.

At present the exchange house has branches in Al Rai, Abbasiya, Fahaheel, Farwaniya, Mahaboula, Mangaf, Mirgab, Dajeej and Mubarikiya.

 

 

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