Golden Forex Bureau has reopened its Limbe branch with a promise to be leaders of the market by offering competitive exchange rates.
This follows the reopening of the bureau’s main branch in Blantyre in February last year after the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) issued it with a licence allowing it to roll-out its services.
Golden Forex Bureau was among private forex bureaus which government through RBM in 2009 under the leadership of late president Bingu wa Mutharika closed on grounds that the law required them to be associated with commercial banks to be licenced.
Golden Forex Bureau director Martin Nsamala said the bureau has come up with new innovations and is focused to be the market leader by offering competitive exchange rates.
Nsamala said: “We are offering good exchange rates, both buying and selling. The Limbe branch is strategically located, it is near Standard Bank and Limbe Post Office on Churchill Road.
“At Golden Forex Bureau, the forex and Malawi kwacha is ever in supply, there is no time a customer would be returned because we have no kwachas or forex. We are approaching business differently and those who have tried to do business with us, will always make us their home to do business.”
Nsamala said the good thing with his company is that there is a room for negotiating, applauding many tourists that have trust in them.
Nsamala said: “We have always aimed at making tourists have a comfortable stay in the country as to complement government’s effort to boost the tourism sector.”
The bureau director said apart from Blantyre, Lilongwe and Limbe branches, his company was planning to open another branch at Mwanza boarder and Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) to make business easy for those travelling.