UAE Exchange Bahrain received the award from Global Banking & Finance Review, UK. The award, announced in the third week of August, had over 18 contestants for the category.

It was a proud moment for UAE Exchange Bahrain when Global Banking & Finance Review honoured the remittance major with the Best Money Exchanger Award for the year 2013. The Global Banking and Finance Review Awards recognize companies within the global financial community that aim for excellence. Global Banking & Finance Review is an online portal, which has evolved from the growing need to have a more balanced view, for informative and independent news within the financial community. It is trusted by the entire finance industry for its objective approach. The awards are based on the innovation, achievement, strategy, progressive and inspirational changes that the contestants have introduced for achieving excellence.

Mr. Deepak Nair, Country Head — UAE Exchange Bahrain operations, said, “This is definitely a moment of pride for us. UAE Exchange has always been a thought leader and trendsetter, be it in product development, customer service, technology, processes, building meaningful relationships or social activism. This recognition is yet another feather in our colourful hat of achievements including. Our penchant for quality has earlier earned us many recognitions including ISO certification, the first ever for a remittance brand in Bahrain. This new recognition only inspires us to further raise the bar of quality.”

UAE Exchange was established in Bahrain in 2008. Today it has a strong 13-branch network spread across the Kingdom. Millions of customers turn to UAE Exchange for money transfer, foreign exchange, payroll solution and bill payments, which has transformed the remittance major into a financial supermarket of sorts.

Globally too UAE Exchange is known for its excellent customer service and widest network among remittance brands, UAE Exchange has over 700 branches in 30 countries serving over six million customers. Strong correspondent relationship with over 150 global banks further adds to the might.