Kuwait Finance House (KFH), a publicly listed banking and asset management firm headquartered in Safat, sponsored today’s 11th annual Turkish Arab Economic Forum (TAF) promoting Arab-Turkish trade in Istanbul, Turkey.
The event typically yields returns to the Gulf nations by familiarizing Arab investors with the Turkish market, which is committed to maintaining growth despite a recovering economy. Kuwait and other Arab jurisdictions, in turn, benefit from understanding Turkish policy, its current trends and its traditional business practices.
KFH Group’s CEO Mazin Saad Al-Nahedh was a key panelist in the day’s initial seminar, speaking on "Strengthening Banking and Capital Markets Links."
Other major areas of focus for the summit include reforms, investment, private equity, corporate leadership and networking, and envisioning the future.
Kuwait Finance House, which trades on the Kuwait Stock Exchange, is a leader in Islamic banking committed to originality and exemplary client service. Founded in 1977, KFH operates in the GCC and throughout Asia and Europe with more than 446 branches to serve clients in Turkey, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Germany, Jordan and Dubai.