• P B No. 29395, Dubai, UAE
  • +971 4 3933874

Company Identity

City Exchange LLC is one of the major money exchanges in UAE having more than 20 years of its presence in UAE, specialized in India Based remittances. City Exchange llc was established in the year 1997 with the first branch in Bur Dubai.Over the last 20 years it has established its presence in 5 Emirates with 18 branches. It enjoys the management support from State Bank Of India., the bank which has entered into the league of top 50 global banks. The Company utilizes the expertise of the officers from State Bank of India to run the Business.

Managing Director of the Company is Mr. Akbar Mustafa A Redha Sultan, who is also the Vice Chairman of the Mustafa Sultan Enterprises, a prominent business group in Oman with diversified business interests. Ms. Jayasree Ramachandran, on deputation from State Bank of India, is the General Manager of the Company.

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Exchange Rates

Sell Buy Sell
Indian Rupee 0.05391 0.0542 0.0583
Pakistani Rupee 0.03194 0.0303 0.035
Philippine Peso 0.0709 0.0695 0.074
Bangladeshi Taka 0.0438 0.0417 0.0469
Nepalese Rupee 0.0350 0.033 0.038
Sri Lankan Rupee 0.0235 0.022 0.0275
US Dollar 3.6903 3.65 3.68
British Pound 5.265 5.146 5.276
Euro 4.595 4.497 4.597
Saudi Riyal 0.992 0.97 0.98
Omani Rial 9.678 9.50 9.55
Kuwaiti Dinar 12.325 12.18 12.295
Bahraini Dinar 9.804 9.65 9.75
Singapore Dollar 2.855 2.735 2.875

Rates are indicative and subject to change. Contact our nearest branch for the latest rates.

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    Rupee opened stronger against USD and appreciated further on account of profit-booking by USD longs as investor sentiment improved on the back of developments in Karnataka. After the USD/INR pair touched a low of 67.58, Dollar buying was observed, possibly from oil importers as crude oil p...

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    Rupee depreciated slightly during the week, mainly on account of rising crude prices and due to results of Karnataka elections. In the earlier days of the week, Rupee witnessed pressure because of sell off in the bond market, owing to higher than expected CPI data for the month of Apri...

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    Rupee opened weaker yesterday and depreciated continuously through the entire trading session. FIIs pulling out of equities and debt market supported the upward momentum in the pair and also triggered stop losses above 68.30 levels. The pair finally ended the day 34 paise higher at 68.43 levels afte...

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