Gulf Bank announces new working hours


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26/09/2009 00:00 AST

Gulf Bank has announced new working hours at its branches as per the Central Bank of Kuwait’s regulation effective from September 27.

The bank’s branches will now open their doors from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm only from Sunday-Thursday. The head office (Mubarak Al Kabeer) will open from Sunday to Thursday from 8:30 am-1:30 pm, according to a Gulf Bank statement.

Customers also have round-the-clock access to Gulf Banks telebanking service, available on 1805805, where Gulf Bank staff are available 24 hours for assistance, the statement said.

They can also log on to Gulf Bank’s bilingual website, www.e-gulfbank.com, to get more information about the Bank’s latest products and services, it added.

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