Al Ansari Exchange signs agreement with IME to offer remittance service to Nepal Al Ansari Exchange signs agreement with IME to offer remittance service to Nepal

From left to right: Rashed Ali Al Ansari, General Manager of Al Ansari Exchange, and Chandra Prasad Dhakal, Executive Chairman of International Money Express

Al Ansari Exchange, the UAE’s largest exchange house network that provides worldwide remittance and foreign exchange services, has announced that it has recently signed an agreement with International Money Express (IME), Nepal’s leading money transfer company, offering remittance services to Nepal through “Cash Express” service. Al Ansari Exchange will facilitate remittance transactions through any of its more than 110 branches across UAE, while recipients can receive the amount through more than 1,800 outlets of IME in Nepal.

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