Kuwait’s NBK allots its Surra branch to offer international banking services

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Kuwait’s largest financial institution, the National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) has assigned its Surra Branch as a new location to provide international banking services, in addition to the Ras Al-Salmiya Branch, as part of its efforts to allow customers to make their international banking transactions from Kuwait quickly and easily.

According to the statement, customers of NBK will be able to take advantage of a wide range of innovative cross-border banking products and services offered by the bank’s international banking branches at the new location.

NBK customers will have access to various real estate services provided by the bank in London and France via international branch locations, including real estate and loans up to 65 percent of the property value.

All NBK customers can enjoy first-rate banking services in Egypt, including the ability to open an account with NBK – Egypt from Kuwait, as well as access to a variety of products such as certificates of deposit and money transfers, the bank said.

The NBK international branch offices, which are located in key regional and global capitals, offer a wide range of services to customers. Furthermore, the bank has dedicated employees who work hard to meet the needs of its customers, including real estate financing services from Kuwait.

NBK uses its international branch network to provide high-quality products and services that help its customers manage their lives and businesses with the utmost convenience and efficacy.

“In addition, NBK keeps its commitment to be always closer to its customers wherever they are. It also offers them a wide range of banking services, investment and financing solutions that give them access to key regional and global markets from Kuwait,” as per the statement.

NBK has over 150 branches spanning 4 continents and 15 countries worldwide. This includes branches, associates, and subsidiaries in China, Geneva, London, Paris, New York, and Singapore alongside its regional presence in Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Turkey, and the UAE.

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