Forgot your password?



Back to login

Lulu Exchange opens new branch in Farwaniya
February 4, 2018, 2:55 pm
Share/Bookmark

Lulu Exchange, the leading foreign exchange and remittance company in Kuwait, opened its 22nd branch at Metro Center in Farwaniya on Sunday, 4 February. The branch was inaugurated by Narayan Pradhan, Vice President – GCC & India, LuLu Exchange in the presence of guests, customers and the senior management of Lulu Exchange Company WLL.

“We are excited to open our third branch in the Farwaniya region. With this opening, we are 22 branches strong in Kuwait and it has been a wonderful journey for Lulu Exchange. We always strive to ease convenience for our customers and believe that the new branch’s location and amenities will help serve them better,” said Adeeb Ahamed, Director, Lulu Exchange.

Lulu Exchange has grown to become a customer favourite over the years, providing fast and reliable money transfer worldwide and foreign exchange services, powered by a huge network, reputed partners and high standards of customer care.

Lulu Exchange has been a pioneer in the money transfer industry in Kuwait, introducing products like ‘Lulu Now’, allowing credit to designated bank accounts instantly and also partnering with internationally renowned and globally trusted banks and MTOs. Apart from sending money, customers can also get their foreign currency exchanged at competitive rates.

“As we grow in Kuwait, we are humbled by the response we have received from our customers. We will continue to deliver quality instant and transparent services with the best of facilities and technology,” said Narayan Pradhan.

With the opening of the new branch, the exchange house currently has 22 branches across the State of Kuwait, one each in Jahra, Egaila, Al Rai, Mirgab, Dajeej, Mubarakiya and Khaitan; two branches each in Mangaf, Salamiya, Fahaheel and Abbasiya regions; three in Farwaniya and four in Mahaboula.

Photo Gallery
Share your views
CAPTCHA
 

"It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed."

"Envy comes from wanting something that isn't yours. But grief comes from losing something you've already had."

Photo Gallery