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Emirates NBD integrates ATM network

Emirates NBD has started integration of its 474-strong ATM network as part of its merger process

One year after the announcement of the largest banking merger in the GCC, the latest step in the integration process at Emirates NBD will allow customers of Emirates, Emirates Islamic and NBD banks to use the same ATMs.

"We are very proud of reaching this new milestone which is part of the successful merger process and strategy. Following the success of the Smart Deposit Machines integration process, Emirates NBD is pleased to announce the integration of its ATM network. Emirates NBD customers as well as the public at large will enjoy access to a larger ATM network, offering them the ultimate convenience that only a leading bank can provide," said Jamal Bin Ghalaita, general manager of consumer banking and wealth management at Emirates NBD.

The new network, consisting of 234 Emirates Bank, 60 Emirates Islamic Bank and 180 NBD ATM machines, will allow customers of the three banks to perform a variety of financial functions. As well as banking functions such as viewing their account details or transferring funds between accounts, customers will be able to pay utility and telco bills and Dubai Police and RTA fines, recharge SALIK cards, purchase Air Arabia tickets, and make charitable donations.

"Emirates NBD is going full steam with its integration strategy while constantly developing and upgrading its products and services to ensure the most advanced and highest quality of service is always offered to its customers," Ghalaita added.

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