bureau de change


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(French) an establishment where you can exchange foreign money

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El-Kurd, the owner of the Notting Hill Gate bureau de change, made a million from laundering the cash.
Cash machines are a safe and more convenient way of accessing local currency than queuing up at a bank or bureau de change," Alexander continues.
Luis Edwardo Hurtado (39), another Colombian-born naturalised British citizen, owned the World Express bureau de change in Camberwell, south London and used a network of runners to collect money from drug traffickers.
The company has evolved from an innovative bureau de change operator into a dynamic, pioneering and diversified worldwide money business.
The same range of services will continue to be available with the addition of On Demand Bureau de Change facilities.
But still, the local currency remained stable on Friday at the bureau de change and parallel market, ending at N162.
Our first thought is that the offender or offenders may have sold the dollars back to a Bureau de Change.
It also operates a bureau de change, buys and sells gold and silver jewellery and buys old mobile phones for instant cash, all of which means it plays an important role in local communities.
I WENT to a city centre bureau de change and was told that for pounds 300 I would receive 331 Euros.
The fundraising drive will run until November 28 and will apply to all foreign exchange products sold online and at bureau de change branches.
In one bureau de change at the Charles Bridge in Prague, English notes were exchanged for up to five Czech crowns more than Scottish notes.
Bakery supervisor Steven Bonnington, and wife Mandy, both 38, were held by police after trying to swap pounds 100 at a bureau de change.
It is believed he was targeting the bureau de change kiosks and escaped with a sizeable amount of cash.
LONDON, October 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Sainsbury's Bank and Travelex announce a phased rollout of in-store Bureau de Change, with 14 units planned by the end of December 2007.
It is seeking a highly talented individual to lead commercial and sales development, supporting and influencing retail in the delivery of bureau de change sales targets and service standards.
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