Finance House launches Google Pay services

Finance House (FH) announced the successful implementation of Google Pay on all of its Credit Cards.


Abu Dhabi:Finance House (FH) announced the successful implementation of Google Pay on all of its Credit Cards. This expands the spectrum of contactless services offered by FH, which already include Samsung Pay and Contactless Cards.

Al Amir Gamal, Head - Retail Finance at Finance House, said: “Today, we are more reliant on digital technologies than ever before. Smart devices have caused a profound shift in the way we operate. This sp arked our transformation and has opened several opportunities for us. We are proud to announce the launch of Google Pay to our Credit Cardholders. By incorporating this service into our existing range of contactless services, namely; Samsung Pay and Contactless Cards, our customers will enjoy a variety of payment options to suit their needs.”

Google Pay is a fast, simple way to pay at millions of merchants globally. Whether customers want to shop or dine or travel, Google Pay offers them a convenient way to pay wherever and whenever, at merchants that accept contactless payments. Additionally, Google Pay protects payments by encrypting them with a layer of security. This offers customers more protection against duplicate payments or fraudulent transactions.

“Launching Google Pay is part of our Digital Transformation Strategy. As we grow and evolve, we will continue to offer our customers innovative financial solutions that exceed their expectations. We are proud to be one of the leading financial institutions in the United Arab Emirates offering a wide range of contactless payment services,” concluded Al Amir Gamal.


About Finance House

Finance House PJSC is an Abu Dhabi - headquartered finance company that was established on 13 March 2004 and commenced its operations on 18 July 2004.

The principal activities of the Company are commercial and retail financing, financial services and investments. The Company is licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of the UAE.

The major shareholders of Finance House include, The National Investor (TNI), a number of prominent UAE businessmen, high net worth individuals and dignitaries.

In a short span since inception, Finance House has introduced a number of innovative products and services for the consumer and commercial segments.

Finance House is listed on the Abu Dhabi Exchange under the ticker symbol FH and is categorized as a “Grade One” company by the Emirates Securities & Commodities Authority (SCA).

Finance House is rated BBB- long-term and A3 short-term, both with Stable Outlook by Capital Intelligence.

For further information, kindly contact:
Wissam Farran - Group Head
Group Corporate Communications
Finance House PJSC
Tel: +971 2 6194893
Fax: +971 2 6315806

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