UAE Exchange, the leading global remittance and foreign exchange brand, has joined hands with Sharjah Water & Electricity Authority (SEWA) for cash collection services.
Online PR News – 12-January-2011 – – 90 UAE Exchange branches across the UAE. This service adds to an already strong range of payment services offered by UAE Exchange across its counters.
UAE Exchange has a strong presence with close to 500 direct offices in 22 countries across five continents built over 30 years of committed customer service. The remittance major which has correspondent banking relationship with over 150 global banks has always strived to enhance customer experience through more value-addition.
UAE Exchange has emerged as a one-stop-shop for a plethora of financial services which customers can choose from.
Speaking on the occasion Y. Sudhir Kumar Shetty, COO – Global Operations, UAE Exchange, said that, as a 30-year old brand, the focus of UAE Exchange has always been on quality of service and customer convenience. These values have been optimized in all the partnerships that we have entered into, with the aim of becoming the largest provider of remittance and value-added services in the Middle East. The tie-up with SEWA will add new convenience to customers, who can take advantage of the wide and strong network of UAE Exchange branches and clear their SEWA bills on time, easily.
Senior officials at SEWA said that the water and electricity authority of the Government of Sharjah, aims at bringing more convenience to its customers. This new partnership between SEWA and UAE Exchange will provide customers greater ease, with the accessibility and goodwill of UAE Exchange adding value to the relationship.