Sunday 01, October 2017 by Georgina Enzer

National Bank of Fujairah opens new branch in Al Ras

National Bank of Fujairah (NBF) PJSC is pleased to announce the opening of its new branch at the heart of Dubai’s historic Gold Souk in Al Ras.

The expansion comes in line with NBF’s strategy to strengthen its nationwide presence, and ensure that its portfolio of convenient banking services and suite of retail banking products are easily accessible to customers.

As the primary branch in the Deira area, the Al Ras branch will service the densely populated surrounding business centre, offering a full-range of banking services for its customers, with enhanced 24/7 facilities. For NBF’s corporate customers, Cash Deposit Machines (CDMs) with high capacity cash acceptance and instant credit to account facility are available. Additionally, corporate customers can deposit very large amount of cash in secured bags even after banking hours using Night Safe Deposit machines that will be credited to their accounts in few hours.

With the new branch NBF's total branch network nationwide stands to 17. Commenting on the latest opening in Dubai, Vince Cook, NBF CEO, said: “The new branch in Al Ras is strategically located to best serve the key traders and businesses from the precious metals and other industries present in the thriving hub of the Gold Souk. We recognise that our clients here have specific banking needs, and this branch will play a significant role in providing them with solutions to serve these requirements.”

Also commenting on the launch, Sharif Mohamed Rafei, Head of Retail Banking at NBF, said: “As part of our mission to make banking as efficient and easy as possible for our customers, we are pleased to announce the opening of our latest branch at the famous Gold Souk in Al Ras, giving customers convenient access to our award-winning banking services in the heart of Dubai.”

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