Bahrain Financing Company (BFC), one of the Kingdom’s leading worldwide money transfer and currency exchange, is proud to announce the relocation of its flagship branch to a more prominent location in Manama overlooking Bab Al Bahrain.
In line with BFC’s strategy to improve customer service & efficiency, the new branch accommodates more individual customers, and is conveniently located for corporate clients. The branch is open from 8AM to 9PM daily, offering customers a range of fast and reliable international money transfer products, including EzRemit and MoneyGram, as well as a choice of over 40 global currencies to buy or sell at competitive market rates.
To celebrate the company’s 100-year anniversary and the relocation of the branch, BFC gave away 500 gold coins to its first 500 customers.
Praising this event, Mr. Pancily Varkey, General Manager of BFC commented, “At BFC, our customers are our main asset. The relocated branch will provide our customers with a better retail experience.”
Mr. Ebrahim Nonoo, BFC Group CEO & MD, stated “This year marks a milestone in BFC’s history. We have proudly celebrated our 100 year anniversary and our flagship branch has relocated exactly 33 years after the opening of the previous head office branch.”
“The opportunity to relocate to this prestigious location provides BFC the ability to continue its growth and expansion. This is yet another great example of BFC’s determination to provide its customers with the best retail experience for Money Transfer and Foreign Exchange in Bahrain.” added Mr. Ayman Sejiny, Group Chairman at BFC.
BFC currently has over 45 branches across the Kingdom of Bahrain and specializes in sending money safely around the globe to over 46,000 locations in 30 countries, through its own money transfer product – EzRemit. Its global reach is extended to over 200 countries and territories through its partnership with MoneyGram, an international remittance company. BFC is one of the main providers of foreign currency exchange in Bahrain and customers can buy or sell foreign currency at competitive rates in the market.