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Al Ansari Exchange Kuwait integrates Kuwait Mobile ID

February 03, 2023: Al Ansari Exchange Kuwait, a leading foreign exchange and worldwide money transfer company, announced its partnership with the Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) to integrate the Kuwait Mobile ID interface into the Al Ansari Exchange app. This will enable seamless online registration and verification processes, and faster customer onboarding.

Kuwait Mobile ID was incorporated into the company’s digital solutions to help boost its technology-driven growth strategy and ensure complete access to reliable and convenient services for its network of customers. With the latest integration, Al Ansari Exchange’s customers in Kuwait can now take advantage of seamless registration and verification processes to use its digital service offerings and send money around the globe at any point.

Vivek Nair, Country Head of Al Ansari Exchange Kuwait, stated: “In light of Kuwait’s 2035 vision to transform into a financial and trade hub regionally and internationally, we are pleased to work with PACI to integrate the Kuwait Mobile ID interface into our mobile application. With this venture, we look forward to achieving streamlined onboarding procedures, enhanced security and higher user interest to consistently strengthen our leading position in the remittance and currency exchange sector.”

The Kuwait Mobile ID from PACI is a mobile-based digital identification derived from the Civil ID that features identity verification, e-services authentication and use of trusted digital signatures for documents and transactions, among others. Al Ansari Exchange Kuwait, with its diverse set of capabilities, is well-positioned to provide its users with a secure and reliable digital experience while promoting digital advancements across its operations.

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