Al Ansari Exchange starts accepting bill payments from Union National Bank credit cardholders

19 Jun 2012

Al Ansari Exchange, the UAE’s largest money exchange network that provides worldwide remittance and foreign exchange services, has announced the signing of an agreement with Union National Bank (UNB) enabling credit cardholders of the bank to make their bill payments through any of Al Ansari Exchange branches across the UAE with no extra charges.

“Al Ansari Exchange’s partnership with Union National Bank opens new avenues to better serve our customers, while helping expand the core services being offered by UNB to its clients. The new service also complements our strategy of providing a more convenient and easily accessible platform to address our customers’ needs across the UAE. Al Ansari Exchange will continue to pursue strategic partnerships that will allow us to reach out to a much broader cross-section of the society,” said Rashed Ali Al Ansari, General Manager, Al Ansari Exchange.

Al Ansari Exchange also accepts bill payments from credit cardholders for over 20 leading banks through its broad network of more than 110 branches across the UAE. The company has been proactively expanding its portfolio of value-added services in line with its commitment to provide better access to a wide range of financial solutions to its customers. Al Ansari Exchange serves more than 1.5 million customers in the UAE each month and the company expects to further expand its market share through its strategic partnerships with leading banks and corporations in the country.

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