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Qatar-UAE Exchange bags the Award for Best Customer Service

The award was given by International Finance Magazine, UK. Mr. Edison Fernandez - Country Head, Qatar-UAE Exchange received the award in an exclusive gala event conducted at Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, Dubai on 18th December, 2013.

It was a proud moment for UAE Exchange on 18th December, 2013. The leading money transferrer and Foreign Exchange brand received an award for outstanding customer service in Qatar. The remittance major has set its own standards for customer service globally, and this award is a testament to the unique and innovative customer centric initiatives undertaken by the company during 2013 in Qatar. International Finance magazine introduced the business excellence awards in Middle East, to honour leading players for their exceptional contribution in financial services segment.

 

Mr. Edison Fernandez – Country Head, Qatar Operations, said, “It is a very euphoric moment for all of us at UAE Exchange, especially the Qatar team. UAE Exchange has always kept ‘customer experience’ at the forefront of all its efforts, and to get acknowledged and appreciated for the same is a like a dream come true. We take this opportunity to thank International Finance Magazine for this recognition and will work harder to further enhance our customer service experience.”

In a very short span of time Qatar-UAE Exchange emerged as the favourite of many, all the while expanding the service offerings and branch network. With over 8 branches in the country, customers can now walk into the nearest branch to address their multiple financial requirements like Money Transfer, foreign Currency Exchange and bill payments. UAE Exchange is well known for its penchant for quality, which has won the brand many awards and recognitions. To be the trusted neighbourhood brand to millions of customers,

UAE Exchange has aggressively spread its footprints, worldwide. Today it has the largest branch network in its class with over 700 direct offices across 30 countries. Its strong corresponding banking relationship with over 150 leading global banks adds to the might.