Trust Exchange, a leading financial services provider in Qatar, has relocated its Souq Al Dira branch to a “more spacious and readily accessible” location at Bin Mahmoud, at the premises of LuLu Hypermarket.
The new branch, which is among the company’s eight branches in Qatar, will provide remittances and money transfer services, as well as act as a support for customers wanting to be “onboarded” to the company’s proprietary digital payments platform, "Trust Money".
On the occasion of the new branch opening, KNS Das, assistant vice president, Trust Exchange, said, “We are excited to open our new branch in a prominent location such as Bin Mahmoud. The opening is in sync with our commitment to serve our customers better by delivering a seamless experience at our various branches.”
Narayan Pradhan, director, Trust Exchange, said, “Qatar is an important market for us, and we hope to play our part as a forward-looking financial services provider to contribute to the country’s growth.”
Das also added that the company expects to use the new branch as a springboard to onboard new customers to the company’s fintech solution, Trust Money.
Trust Money, which was recently launched in Qatar, already boasts of a 40% month-on-month growth, with users including people from all walks of life.
The app’s easy-to-use interface has simplified cross-border payments for thousands of people residing in Qatar, helping them to remit money instantly from the comfort of their homes.
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