LuLu Exchange opens 18th branch in Kuwait

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LuLu Exchange opens 3rd branch in Mahaboula

For Immediate Release     December 3, 2015

Kuwait: LuLu Exchange, one of the leading global remittance and foreign exchange brand, commenced operations of its 18th outlet in Kuwait on Thursday, December 3, 2015, in Mahaboula.

The new branch, which is also the organization’s 3rd in the Mahaboula region of the Ahmadi Governorate, was inaugurated by Mr. Adeeb Ahamed, Director, LuLu Exchange in the presence of other senior management and dignitaries.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Adeeb Ahamed said, “We are extremely proud to open our third branch in Mahaboula. The new branch is in line with our continued efforts to bring convenience to our customers. It has been an exciting journey during the past five years and we are proud to have 18 branches in Kuwait in such a short span. We dedicate the new branch to the service of our esteemed customers, who have always supported us to deliver them the best.”

LuLu Exchange has over the years emerged as a preferred exchange house providing top-quality worldwide remittance and foreign exchange services to a cross-section of society, powered by a large network, reputed partners and high standard of customer care.

“At LuLu 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,” said Mr. Adeeb Ahamed.

LuLu Exchange has partnered with internationally renowned and trusted money transfer service providers to guarantee that the client’s hard earned money reaches its destination in the fastest and the most secure way possible. The exchange house caters to markets across the world and has direct online remittance arrangements for India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Egypt and Indonesia, among others.

With the opening of the new branch, the exchange house currently has 18 branches across the State of Kuwait, one each in Al Rai, Mirgab, Dajeej, Mubarakiya and Khaitan; two branches each in Mangaf, Salamiya, Fahaheel, Farwaniya and Abbasiya regions and three in Mahaboula.