Thomas Cook India opens new foreign exchange branch in Goa

The company’s foreign exchange distribution/ reach in Goa now extends to two owned branches with presence in North and South Goa

Thomas Cook (India) Ltd has opened a new foreign exchange branch at Margao, Goa. The branch was inaugurated by Ambreesh Rastogi and Jayesh Joshi, Associate Vice Presidents of the company’s Foreign Exchange business. Thomas Cook India’s internal data has identified Goa as a high opportune source market, and the new foreign exchange branch is hence aimed at maximising this growth potential.

The company’s foreign exchange distribution/reach in Goa now extends to two owned branches with a presence in both North and South Goa. Its new outlet in the state will empower consumers with end-to-end forex solutions along with a range of travel and travel-related services, which include, prepaid forex cards, education forex, remittances (both inward and outward) and a diverse range of products-services.

“Our internal data highlights that Goa is a key source market with strong growth potential. Our selection of the prime location of Margao is hence aimed at catalysing growth by bringing our range of forex products-services right to the doorstep of our Goa consumers. In our unerring focus on customer delight, we have launched our promise of doorstep delivery within four hours- to benefit Goa’s diversity of segments including students, business and leisure travellers,” said Deepesh Varma, Senior Vice President – Foreign Exchange, Thomas Cook (India) Limited.

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