LuLu International Exchange opens 6th branch in Bahrain

For Immediate Release     October 31, 2015

Manama: LuLu International Exchange B.S.C (C), the leading remittance and money exchange company operating in the Kingdom of Bahrain, commenced operation of its new branch at Sheikh Isa Al Kabeer Avenue in Manama on Sunday, November 1, 2015.

The branch was inaugurated by Mr. Alfonso A. Ver, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in the presence of the senior management of LuLu International Exchange and other dignitaries.

“The new branch at Sheikh Isa Al Kabeer Avenue is a welcome addition to our growing number of outlets worldwide. The credit for LuLu Exchange’s growth and success over the years in the country is attributed to the trust that the customers have on us. Our priority has always been to provide convenience to our customers and the new branch opening is yet another significant step in expanding our coverage in Bahrain,” said Mr. Adeeb Ahamed, Executive Director of LuLu International Exchange B.S.C (C).

LuLu International Exchange made its first footprint in the Kingdom of Bahrain in 2013. The exchange house is known for its customer centric approach and value-laden service provides safe, reliable and quick services for its customers to send money to their loved ones across borders. Apart from sending money, customers can also get their foreign currency exchanged at the most competitive exchange rates clubbed with personalized customer service.

“At LuLu International Exchange, we facilitate financial transaction services that are secure, instant and compliant through state-of-the-art systems. We are committed to fair business practices and are compliant with global anti-money laundering protocols. Our culture of quality and standardization makes sure that every branch offers the same quality of service. It is our committed workforce backed by training and the latest technologies that help us to deliver customer satisfaction,” added Mr. Adeeb Ahamed.

With the opening of the new branch, the exchange house currently has 6 branches across the Kingdom of Bahrain - one each in Hidd, Manama, Muharraq and Sheikh Isa Al Kabeer Avenue and two in the Riffa region.