Lulu International Exchange Opens 11th Branch at Juffair


July 13, 2016: Lulu International Exchange, the leading money exchange and remittance company in the Kingdom of Bahrain, opened its 11th branch at Juffair Mall in Juffair on Friday, 12th May, 2017. 

The branch was inaugurated by Mr. Adeeb Ahamed, Executive Director, Lulu International Exchange in the presence of other senior management and dignitaries. 

“We are proud to open this new branch in Juffair. We have been constantly trying to reach out to our esteemed customers, and this new branch opening is in line with the company’s strategy to reinforce its growing presence in the country while providing convenient access to our wide range of services,” said Mr. Adeeb Ahamed, Executive Director, Lulu International Exchange. 

Lulu International Exchange has over the years emerged as a preferred exchange house providing fast and reliable money transfer worldwide and foreign exchange services to a cross-section of society, powered by a huge network, reputed partners and high standards of customer care.

Lulu International Exchange thoroughly analyses the budding customer needs and wants and takes all such measures to cater to their demands. Products like ‘Lulu Now’, which allows immediate credit to designated bank accounts instantly is a testament to the commitment to deliver the highest standards of customer satisfaction. 

“Our culture of quality and standardization makes sure that every branch offers the same quality of service that we have become renowned for. Our customer-centric approach has made us the favourite of customers in such a short period and has helped us grow at a fast pace. We will continue striving towards spreading our network to get as close to our customers as possible and keep offering the best of services and solutions,” added Mr. Adeeb Ahamed.

With the opening of the new branch, the exchange house currently has 11 branches across the Kingdom of Bahrain - one each in Juffair, Zinj, Umm Al Hassam, Salmaniya, Gudaybiyah, Hidd, Manama, Muharraq, Sheikh Isa Al Kabeer Avenue and two in the Riffa region.