The Beginning

The Economic Exchange Centre (EEC) was incorporated in April, 2007 to cater the ever growing money changing and remittance business in the Middle East. EEC was granted an international money changing and remittance license by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates.

EEC has been established at Naif Road, which is Dubai’s main business district. With access to the growing remittance sector of the Middle East and the economic boom in Dubai, Economic Exchange Centre expects to grow itself as a premium service provider to individuals and businesses in the U.A.E.

Experience

EEC has highly experienced and professional staff, who have relevant experience in Banking, Forex or remittance business and are well versed with due diligence procedures.

The Exchange Company has been licensed by the Central Bank of U.A.E and it is regulated by it. The Promoters of the Economic Exchange Centre are established internationaly in this business for the last 16 years.

Expanding

EEC is expanding its reach globally by developing a wide range of correspondent banking relations with reputed banks in different countries in Asia, Europe, North America, Australia and Africa. A new EEC branch is opening soon in Sharjah.

The company aims to capture the Gulf market and now Europe with professional and personalized services. Equipped with the latest state of the art infrastructure, EEC intends to stress highly on developing its IT infrastructure to not only cope but be well ahead in technology.

Testimonials

  • "Delivering underlying net income of one billion Swiss francs was a solid result in a quarter characterised by challenging conditions with low market volumes and subdued client activity."
    - Dubai Metro

Correspondent Banks

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