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ISLAMABAD: A collaboration between Western Union, a global leader in cross-border, cross-currency money movement and payments, and Allied Bank, one of Pakistan's leading banks, has expanded Western Union's network, with more than 1,350 Allied Bank locations now ready to serve across Pakistan. Customers in Pakistan can now receive Western Union international money transfers from family and loved ones around the world at Allied Bank.

Global senders can send money using Western Union's digital services in 75 countries plus territories or via Western Union's iconic retail Agent network worldwide.

"At Western Union, we have a nearly 170-year history of connecting people," said Ali Badreddine, Western Union Country Director for Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sudan, and South Sudan. "We make it possible to move money to nearly every corner of the world. None of this would be possible without the relationships we have fostered with in-country Agents, which is integral to serving customers."

"Allied Bank began with a vision to provide value-added services to customers and engage in customer-centric solutions to meet their changing requirements," said Tahir Hassan Qureshi, CEO, Allied Bank Limited.-PR

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