MANAMA : Kuwait Finance House - Bahrain (KFHB) has expanded its ATM network across the country to 23 with the addition of a new ATM located at the woman competence development centre (Riyadat) in A'Ali. The bank chose the location to support the Riyadat initiative that was launched by the Supreme Council for Women . KFHB is dedicated to supporting Bahraini women in business and help encourage them towards entrepreneurship and assist them to start up their private businesses. The bank expects to serve various small and micro enterprises located at the centre through the ATM. Recently, the bank opened an ATM in the Al Hajiyat area in Riffa and plans are in the pipeline to locate a further two ATMs in different locations in the near future. The choice of locations for all KFHB ATMs is carefully considered and is primarily based on factors of the demographic distribution of its clients and the proximity of their residence and commercial areas. In line with the bank's commitment in enhancing the customer experience, it has upgraded its ATMs screens that were affected by direct sunlight with insulated screens which further improve visibility. "The bank is continually striving to improve its services and is committed to positioning ATMs at the most convenient locations," KFHB executive manager and head of banking group Khalid Rafea said. "We recognised the need to support small businesses that are operating at the centre in cooperation with the Supreme Council for Women and we look forward to providing the very best services to meet their needs," he added.
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