Kuwait Finance House KSC (KFH) history, profile and corporate video
Kuwait Finance House KSC (KFH) is an Islamic banking institution headquartered in Kuwait City, Kuwait. It provides a wide range of banking shari’a compliant products and services, covering real estate, trade finance, investment portfolios, commercial, retail, and corporate banking.
KFH is considered a pioneer in the banking phenomenon known as Islamic Finance or Shari’a Compliant Banking.
KFH is available in the State of Kuwait, Kingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Malaysia, and Germany.
Kuwait Finance House was established in 1977 in the State of Kuwait as the first Islamic bank.
In 1984, KFH was listed on the Kuwait Stock Exchange (now known as Boursa Kuwait).
In 1989, KFH-Turkey was established.
In 1999, KFH Capital Investment Company was established to invest in the public equity, private equity, and real estate markets.
In 2001, KFH Bahrain was established.
In 2004, KFH was registered as the first Islamic bank at the Central Bank of Kuwait.
In 2005, KFH Malaysia was established.
In 2015, the first fully Integrated Islamic bank operating in Germany was inaugurated.
- Kuwait Finance House K.S.C.P. – Kuwait.
- Kuwait Finance House B.S.C. – Bahrain.
- Kuwait Finance House Malaysia (Berhad).
- Saudi Kuwaiti Finance House S.S.C.
- Kuwait Turkish Participation Bank – Turkey.
- KT Bank AG Germany.
With more than 15,000 employees and over 500 branches, Kuwait Finance House KSC is considered one of the largest Islamic banking institutions in the world. According to Forbes, it is considered one of the Largest Public Companies in the World.
*Information from Forbes.com, Wikipedia.org, and www.kfh.com/en.
**Video published on YouTube by “KFHGroup“.