360° Coverage : UAE Exchange Global Operations Turns 33

UAE Exchange Global Operations Turns 33

Established in 1980 in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Currently active in over 30 countries across five continents. Over 700 branches make it the largest global network among remittance brands.

Oct 29 2013, 5:14am CDT | by PR.com

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, October 29, 2013 --(PR.com)-- “Trust turns 33!” exclaimed Mr. Y. Sudhir Kumar Shetty, COO – Global Operations, UAE Exchange. “We have been an active player in the remittance industry for over three decades now. We could earn the trust of our customers, partners and regulators due to our penchant for excellence in whatever we do. We have left no stone unturned to ensure that we constantly bolster this trust, resulting in our becoming a leading player in the segment, winning awards and recognition from various quarters, while earning admiration from one and all. Thus emerging into the World’s Trusted Money Transferrer. We consider this new milestone as the triumph of this trust, which we could garner.”

UAE Exchange started its operations in the UAE, its flagship market, way back in 1980 with a single branch in Abu Dhabi. In a very short span the remittance brand built its presence in the GCC, spreading its footprints across globe to reach more than 30 countries in five continents. In the process, the remittance major built the largest global branch network in its class with over 700 outlets, thus inching closer to its vision of being the trusted neighbourhood brand for its customers. Its correspondent relationship with over 150 banks further adds to its might.

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Promoth Manghat, Vice President – Global Operations, UAE Exchange, said, “It’s delightful to be celebrating the new turn in our journey, globally. Three decades of constant strife for excellence is quite an inspiring story. It is the commitment to excellence that has made it possible and we have replicated the same approach in every unit of ours across 30 countries. The results have been quite encouraging and in every market, we emerged as a leading player among remittance brands. On this auspicious moment, as we brace up to achieve bigger and bolder goals to realise the vision of being the most admired brand in remittance, foreign exchange and payment solutions, we reinforce our commitment to bring the best to our customers, incessantly.”

Customers from across communities turn to UAE Exchange to address most of their financial requirements. They consider UAE Exchange as a financial supermarket of sorts, where personalised customer service is quite endearing and professional. This trust has been the lifeblood of UAE Exchange to emerge into the World’s Trusted Money Transferrer.

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