UAE Exchange, India, opened its new branch in Anand, Gujarat on 29th August, 2014. The new branch was inaugurated by Mr. Bikul Bhai N Patel, Managing Trustee and Secretary of Sardar Patel Education Trust.

The inauguration was held in the presence of UAE Exchange Regional Head Mr. Jinu George, invited guests from banks, educational and financial institutes, and other UAE Exchange officials.

UAE Exchange, the global market leaders in financial services, is a corporate member of FICCI, ASSOCHAM, CII, National Safety Council, ABCI, KCCI and KMA, National Organization for Commerce and Industry, and PRSI.


As part of a mass awareness programme in the Thrissur region, Chavakkad branch conducted a customer meet on 22nd August, 2014, in a very different way. Chaired by Mr. Balan, Rotary Club President and former Managing Director of Keltron, the meet saw about 100 customers, who were the key speakers.

Customers were given chances to explain about the various products and services they have availed from UAE Exchange, and about their level of satisfaction. Customers gave their valuable comments and shared their experiences during the meet. Some of the comments from the customers who assembled for the meet:

Mr. Sahu: “I used the service of UAE Exchange to send money abroad to my son, which was safely credited to his account within a few hours. UAE Exchange is best for such transactions.”

Ms. Manjusha: “In an emergency, I couldn’t find anyone other than UAE Exchange to help me with a personal loan. Now I have closed one loan, and I am planning to apply for another one”.

Ms. Radhika: “I required a scooter. When I approached many banks for a loan, they turned their faces on me. But UAE Exchange helped me by providing the same, and now, I am a regular customer. I wish this company a great future ahead”

Mr. Sunil Kumar: “I am a regular traveller and take tickets from UAE Exchange, Chavakkad branch. I could just say that they are masters in this field. I have been using their service for the last 9 years. I have also invested money in shares, which is going good“.

Ms. Shahida: “I am very much thankful to UAE Exchange as they helped me by providing personal loan in an emergency.”

With the customers of UAE Exchange becoming the promoters of its products and services, the meet at Chavakkad was a unique event in itself. Later, the staff of UAE Exchange, India, also briefed to the customers about Tours, Domestic Money Transfer Service, Insurance, and Send Money Abroad Service (SWIFT), available at the branch. The branch also received many potential business enquiries, and could also sanction two personal loans and a vehicle loan on the spot. Gifts were also given to some of the customers.

The team who worked behind the scene included Zonal Head Mr. Manoj V Mathew, Regional Head Mr. Kallada Vinod, Branch Head Mr. Anto Charles and his colleagues, Guruvayur Branch Head Mr. Sajeeb, and RO coordinators Mr. Nishanth Viswanathan, Ms. Sabitha, and Mr. Abhiram.

 


Oachira Branch of UAE Exchange, India, organised a group meet with the help of Kudumbasree Unit as part of its business promotional activities, and distributed personal loans to 10 Kudumbasree Unit members at the meeting.

As part of the personal loan promotional activity, the team had conducted a meeting for the Palakkottu Ayalkoottam Kudumbasree Unit on 27th July, 2014, in which, staffs explained about the various products and services available at UAE Exchange, such as personal loan, vehicle loan, gold loan, foreign exchange, money transfer, tour and travel, share trading, etc., in the presence of Branch Head Mr. Reghu Ram AS, Loan Head Mr. Vijeesh V, and Oachira ABH Mr. Sarilal.

A scheme for giving personal loans of Rs. 25,000 to each unit member who wanted the same was planned in the meeting. After collecting the needed documents and finishing the verification process, the loan amount was distributed to ten Kudumbasree unit members during the meeting conducted on 25th August, 2014. Staff explained to them about the various loan schemes and EMI details regarding the personal loan. The team members included Mr. Vijeesh V and Mr. Sree Hari PS.

UAE Exchange India is the market leader in financial services, offering a wide range of services including vehicle loan, gold loan, money transfer, money exchange, etc. UAE Exchange is a corporate member of FICCI, ASSOCHAM, CII, National Safety Council, ABCI, KCCI and KMA, National Organization for Commerce and Industry, and PRSI.

 


UAE Exchange, India, has shifted two of its branches – Cuddalore and Sirkali – to new locations.

Cuddalore Branch

The Cuddalore branch was inaugurated on 20th August, 2014 by Catholic Syrian Bank Senior Manager Mr. Shankar in the presence of IOB Chief Manager Mr. R. Muralidharan, UAE Exchange Regional Head Mr. Rajesh, loyal customers and other UAE Exchange officials.

Sirkali Branch

The Sirkali branch was inaugurated on 22nd August, 2014, by chief guest Mr. SKR Sivasubramanian, President, Sirkali Traders Association. Invited dignitaries included Rotary Club President Mr. Sudar Kalyanasundar, Rotary Club District Governor Mr. Selvakumar, Indian Bank Sirkali Branch Manager Mr. Lakshminarasimhan, Lions Club former President Mr. Solai, and other UAE officials.

Staffs of both the branches interacted with the customers who were present for the inaugural function. They introduced the various products and services available at the  branch, such as gold loan, vehicle loan, money exchange and transfer, share trading, etc.

 


Thodupuzha Branch of UAE Exchange India conducted a customer meet on 21st August, 2014, in the presence of CRM Head Dr. Ashok, Zonal Head Mr. Prakash Bhasker, Forex RBDH Mr. Jolly Babu, Branch Head Mr. Sujith Kumar, AO NSE Staff Mr.Vinod, and valuable customers.


A lucky draw competition was also organized for the customers as part of the meet and a gift was given to the lucky winner. Customers were introduced about the importance of the meet, about the various products and services, such as gold loan, vehicle loan, foreign exchange, money transfer, etc., available at the company, and about share trading.

UAE Exchange India is the market leader in financial services, offering a wide range of services including vehicle loan, gold loan, money transfer, money exchange, etc. UAE Exchange is a corporate member of FICCI, ASSOCHAM, CII, National Safety Council, ABCI, KCCI and KMA, National Organization for Commerce and Industry, and PRSI.


UAE Exchange India has opened a new branch in Wadakkancherry. The branch was inaugurated by Panchayat President Ms. Sindhu Subramanian and UAE Exchange India Managing Director and Country Head Mr. V. George Antony on 21st August, 2014.

Wadakkancherry Panchayat Vise President Mr. Sunny, UAE Exchange officials and loyal customers also attended the function. As part of the inaugural ceremony, tree saplings were gifted to those who were present. UAE Exchange officials introduced the various products and services available at the branch.

UAE Exchange India is the market leader in financial services, offering a wide range of services including vehicle loan, gold loan, money transfer, money exchange, etc. UAE Exchange is a corporate member of FICCI, ASSOCHAM, CII, National Safety Council, ABCI, KCCI and KMA, National Organization for Commerce and Industry, and PRSI.


UAE Exchange, India,  has expanded its business further by opening a new branch in Attur region of Selam in Tamil Nadu, on 20th August 2014.

The branch was inaugurated by Ms. Umarani, President of Attur Municipality. Invited guest for the inaugural ceremony included Mr. Rajendran, Former Chairman of Attur, Mr. Sekar, Manager of Repco Bank, and other UAE Exchange officials.

Staffs of UAE Exchange India introduced the various products and services available at the company, such as gold loan, vehicle loan, personal loan, money exchange, money transfer, travel and tour, share trading, etc.

UAE Exchange, the global market leaders in financial services, is a corporate member of FICCI, ASSOCHAM, CII, National Safety Council, ABCI, KCCI and KMA, National Organization for Commerce and Industry, and PRSI.


UAE Exchange, India, is launching a campaign exclusively for its customers in Kerala. Onam Hungama lucky draw campaign, as part of the company’s Onam celebrations, will run from 25th August, 2014, through 30th September, 2014. Customers who do any transaction during the period of the campaign at any of the branches in Kerala will be eligible for the Onam Hungama lucky draw, which will be held in the 1st week of October.

The first lucky draw winner will get a 32” LED TV, the second winner will get a 286 liter refrigerator, and the third, a washing machine. Ten consolation prizes of mixies and induction cooking heaters will also be given to the next ten winners of the lucky draw.

The Onam Hungama lucky draw campaign aims at introducing the products and services of UAE Exchange, such as gold loan, vehicle loan, personal loan, foreign exchange, money transfer, travel and tours, share trading, etc., and also broadening the customer base of the company during the festival season.

 


Thailand today is a ‘go to’ destination for anybody looking to get away from the stress and bustle of mundane life. It is even a weekend destination to many, given travelling has become cheap and quick. With airlines competing to give better prices, Thailand has become an easy holiday spot for the commoner. Unlike a few other holiday destinations where shopping is the only entertainment, Thailand presents you with a number of things to do, all within reachable distances at affordable rates.

The people of Thailand are apparently proud of their distinct culture and traditions. They have managed to take full leverage of their strengths, the land, its history, its diversity, its produces, beauty, beaches, resources, the people, their traditions, lifestyle and culture. So, if you are looking for more than just a bathe in the sea or a dip in the pool, Thailand may just be right for you.

For those intrigued by history, they will find it vividly preserved in the various monuments, temples and palaces spread throughout Thailand. The monuments are all tended to periodically so as to keep them looking almost fresh out of a story book. They are painted in vibrant colours and shades, standing tall and magnificent, impressing the thousands of visitors travelling to see them. The premises are well maintained with manicured lawns, flower gardens and well kempt grounds. If you can tune out the crowd and frenzy around you, and imagine yourself standing in solitude, you can very well travel back to the not-so-distant history when these places were home to the royalty. The royal temples with their continued prayers and rituals are time machines that transport you back centuries. Thailand boasts of not just its magnificent royal history but also of its mesmerising culture, lifestyle and natural beauty.

In the city, you come across people desperate to keep up with the fast paced western lifestyle as well as the advancements in the developed countries. Public Transport is amazingly efficient, convenient and easy. City roads have traffic congestions and long waits, getting busier toward evenings, especially weekends. Streets are crowded with tourists, hawkers selling almost everything imaginable and food stalls putting up an array of food prepared in Thai style and every other style known. Malls and supermarkets compete with the best anywhere, be it for the brands available or the variety of things on offer. It’s a shopper’s paradise.

The Golden River cruise in the evening gives you a mesmerising glimpse of the city and its people, bathed in glowing lights. The high rises standing beside centuries old temples form a strange paradox that reflects Thailand today. The Golden River is also a crucial aspect of their internal logistic system, with a good share of transportation of grains, oils and basic necessities being carried out on the river, a system that any developing country with ample water ways within it, can learn from.

Excitement doesn’t begin and end within the city, for life outside the city in Thailand is a whole different story. In the outskirts is where the country’s personality and uniqueness is displayed. Well connected roads and expressways make travelling easy and comfortable to the many beautiful distractions. The floating markets have a culture distinct from any other, because around these markets are whole communities that still depend on sales from boats for livelihood. They sell food, authentic Thai cuisine, exotic dishes and desserts, fresh vegetables and juicy fruits, decor products, Thai textile and many other exquisite handmade wares. Bargaining is a rule and you can come off with very beautiful things for less than half the price, they quote. Given the exchange rate of Thai currency Baht is not too high, and paying for these do not cause you much heartache.

A description of Thailand is incomplete without a mention of its beaches, although much is written on it. Phuket is an international holiday destination and it easily lives up to its reputation. Travelling to Thailand once, should be on your bucket list.

To know more about UAE Exchange India’s Thailand and other tour packages along with our customized packages, just call in our toll free number, 1860 3000 1555.

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Travelling anywhere distant can be nerve wracking in itself, however experienced one may be.  Stepping out of the familiarity of one’s own country is a scarier prospect. Often times, the mind doesn’t stop recounting all that is packed, the travel documents carried, where they are placed and so on. But nothing prepares one for the eventuality of losing one’s travel documents, most of all, the Passport. Losing the Passport while in a foreign country is a nightmare for any traveller. And yet, there is no problem that can’t be solved. You definitely have options.

As soon as you realise that you have lost your Passport while travelling abroad, report the loss at the nearest Police Station as well as at the Indian Mission in the country.  Although a photocopy of the Passport does not need to be submitted at the time, you will need to provide the previous Passport details such as the Passport Number, the Date of Issue, Date of Expiry as well as the place where it was issued.  You can be issued an “Emergency Certificate” from the Indian Mission/Post in the country that you have travelled to.  You can then return home using the “Emergency Certificate”. As soon as you are home, remember to apply for a ‘Re-issue’ of Passport at the nearest Passport Office.

For ‘Re-issue’ of Passport you will be required to submit an application along with the proof of Present Address, proof of Date of Birth, an affidavit on how and where the Passport was lost as well as the original Police Report regarding the incident. Self attested photocopies of the first two and last two pages, including the ECR/Non-ECR page, of the Passport may be submitted, if available.

Losing your Passport is a probability; it is only an eventuality you can be prepared to take on. How? Here’s how.

  1. Keep two to three photocopies of the Passport, valid photo IDs, and a few passport size photographs with you. Keep one with you at all times, separate from the Passport, some in the luggage and some with the other travel documents. Also, do not hesitate to leave a copy at home accessible to someone who can send it to you in case of emergency.
  2. Keep a list of the Consulates, High commission and Embassy office addresses and phone numbers handy while you travel.
  3. If your Passport is stolen or lost or damaged, report it first to the nearest local police station and obtain a Report. Then, report the incident to the nearest Embassy, Consulate or the High Commission of India in whichever country you are.
  4. You will need to fill in some documents and submit them along with the crime report you would have obtained from the local police station. It is not mandatory to submit a photocopy of the old Passport, but details like Passport number, Date and place of Issue, Date of Expiry of the old Passport, need to be provided. You will also need to give passport size photos along with the form.
  5. On submission of these you will be issued either a temporary Passport or a Travel Permit or a passport replacing document with which you can return to your country. In most cases, if you are travelling to other countries, you will be asked to contact the respective embassies and get new visas.

For any kind of Passport or Visa Assistance you can always contact ‘UAE Exchange India’ in our toll free number, ‘1860 3000 1555’.

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