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Visa signs partnership with Etihad Aviation Group's Global Loyalty Company

Posted 27 October 2016 · Add Comment

Visa has signed an exclusive co-branded cards partnership with Etihad Aviation Group's Global Loyalty Company.

(from left to right): Yasser Al Yousuf, managing director, Etihad Guest; Darren Peisley, chief executive officer, Hala Group; Kamran Siddiqi, group executive – Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East & Africa region, Visa; and Ihab Ayoub, visa general manager – Middle East and North Africa region.

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