MUSCAT: Global Money Exchange Company, managed by State Bank of Travancore (SBT), the premier bank in India’s southern state, Kerala, opened a branch in Buraimi on December 29.
K S Subromoniyan, managing director, Global Money Exchange Company inaugurated the branch in the presence of V G Rajeev, general manager, company officials and several other dignitaries and customers.
Opening of the Buraimi branch has further expanded the company’s network to 29 branches, making Global Money Exchange Company one of the largest money exchange companies in the Sultanate of Oman.
Speaking on the occasion, Subromoniyan said, ‘‘Customer satisfaction is priority of priorities at Global Money Exchange Company. As the domestic economy continues to expand and create ample employment opportunities, we build a larger customer-base.”
He added, “Expansion of the branch network is part of our ongoing expansion programme, and our commitment to serve the citizens and residents across the Sultanate of Oman.’’
All major branches of Global Money Exchange Company are managed by officers deputed from SBT. As the banking and financial sector exhibit excellent growth, businesses are expected to record improved growth, and as a result job opportunities will grow.
Buraimi branch will function seven days a week. Global Money Exchange ensures safer and speedier remittances, supported by the management and well-experienced staff members.
The company has been offering remittance facilities to various countries, including India, Bangladesh, Philippines and Pakistan. Services, including Western Union, Trans-Fast and Express Money, are also offered at Global Money Exchange branches, ensuring the best, very competitive exchange rates and free SMS confirmation.
Recently, Global Money Exchange entered into arrangements with Himalayan Bank for Nepal remittance, Commercial Bank for Sri Lanka and Ez Remit for instant cash remittances to various corridors. Moreover, branches of Global Money Exchange Company are authorised for exchange of all major foreign currencies.
SOURCE: MUSCAT DAILY