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LuLu Exchange opens 11th branch in Kuwait
April 2, 2014, 1:43 pm

LuLu Exchange, Kuwait’s leading remittance and foreign exchange Company opened its newest branch at Mubarkiya on Wednesday. The exchange company’s branch count has now risen to eleven in the State of Kuwait with the new inclusion which further strengthens LuLu Exchange’s strong network of branches across the country.

His Excellency Sunil Jain, the Indian Ambassador to Kuwait inaugurated the new branch located in the ground floor of the Zumorrodah Tower at Qibla, Mubarkiya in the presence of the senior management of LuLu Exchange and other dignitaries.

Speaking to the media, Mr. Adeeb Ahamed, Director – LuLu Exchange Company W.L.L, Kuwait said, “We are pleased to open this new outlet in Mubarkiya area. Having another branch will enable us to enhance our capabilities and commitment to the area. We intend to serve the people of the country by opening up more branches in both commercial and residential areas, so that the people have easy access to our facilities. LuLu Exchange is keen on building a strategic network across Kuwait, considering the needs of customers as well as by reacting immediately to 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. LuLu Exchange will cater to a large number of the expatriates of this fast growing country. We at LuLu Exh, facilitate financial transaction services that are secure, instant and compliant through state-of-the-art systems that deliver flexibility, reliability, and transparency”, Mr. Adeeb added. 

The exchange house currently has branches each in Al Rai, Fahaheel, Mahaboula, Mangaf and Mirgab while it has two branches in Farwaniya and Abbasiya regions. LuLu Exchange opened its last branch at Dajeej Area.

“This branch is dedicated to the service of our valued customers, with a commitment to bring them only the best, be it service offerings, accessibility, and technology or customer experience in the bargain.” Mr. Adeeb mentioned.

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