Porsche Middle East and Africa FZE, the regional office of Porsche AG, has chosen Deutsche Bank’s Abu Dhabi branch, which opened in February this year, for processing of its payments, collections and remittance business. To ensure maximum transparency and efficiency, Porsche Middle East and Africa will use Deutsche Bank’s electronic banking platform to process transactions and monitor their status in real-time.
In addition to the Middle East, Porsche’s regional office provides services to Africa, India and Pakistan.
Ebonnie Martins, finance director, Porsche Middle East and Africa, said: “We decided to award our payments, collections and remittance business to Deutsche Bank as they offer all necessary regional and international banking services. We are pleased with Deutsche Bank’s services and expertise, its state-of-the-art electronic banking platform and its exceptional level of customer support.”
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