First Gulf Bank expands customer outreach with two new Dubai branches
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, February 20 - 2013 at 14:23
- PRESS RELEASE
First Gulf Bank (FGB) has opened two new branches in Dubai to expand its network and to enhance its customer outreach. The major leading UAE financial institution has set up new branches in Mirdif and Jumeirah to increase convenience for customers when carrying out banking transactions, and to reinforce its customer-centric strategy of providing quality banking services to its clients.
The two new branches offer all of FGB's retail services, including accounts and deposits, credit card-related services, loans and mortgages, bancassurance products, Emirati Al Awal services, wealth management, National Housing Loans and small business solutions. With those two new branches, the bank now has 7 branches in Dubai, and a total of 23 branches across the UAE.
Commenting on the opening, Andre' Sayegh, CEO of FGB said: "In line with our plans to increase our branch network coverage, we are very proud to open new branches in Mirdif and Jumeirah to meet all of our customers' financial needs and to provide them with efficient banking services. It was essential for us to open those two new locations to ensure that our Dubai customers could conduct all their banking activities in close proximity to their residences and workplaces."
First Gulf Bank recently opened two other branches in Jebel Ali Free Zone and in Dubai Mall.
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