Noor Islamic Bank Opens Currency Exchange At DIA

Noor Islamic Bank launched a foreign currency exchange service at its Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 branch, located in the departure area of Terminal 3 (T3-08). It will operate 24/7    Buy and sell services will be provided at market rates for all GCC and international currencies including the Kuwaiti dinar, UAE dirham, Saudi riyal, US dollar, British Pound, and Japanese Yen. 

Travelers' checks may be cashed and cross border international money or bank transfer can be made to more than 170 countries. Chief Executive Officer of Noor Islamic Bank,. Galal Kulaib, said “We are pleased to offer foreign exchange services at the terminal-3 branch, which caters to millions of visitors from around the world.”   Noor Islamic Bank launched in 2008 and is one of the leading banks in the UAE.  They plan to launch forex services in other branches over the next few months.


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