Kuwait Gov. Thabit Al-Muhanna recently hosted a group of representatives from Kuwait Finance House (KFH), a pioneering firm in the field of Islamic banking, to negotiate prospects for mutual coordination of initiatives in the state.
Leading the delegation were Fahad Al-Mukhaizeem, chief strategy officer; and Yousef Al-Ruwaieh, executive manager for public relations.
Al-Muhanna complimented FKH for the progress it has made to support Kuwaiti society, expressing an interest in teaming up with the organization for programs in the capital governorate.
Al-Mukhaizeem emphasized the role of KFH in maintaining social responsibility as the country continues to develop. Al-Mukhaizeem particularly conveyed the bank’s gratitude for the governor’s efforts to work together and stressed KFH’s ability and willingness to amplify cooperative ventures.
Kuwait Finance House, founded in 1977, offers a variety of Islamic financial products and services built on a mission of client service and innovation. It operates over 446 branches in the GCC, Asia and Europe, with customers ranging from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Dubai and Jordan to Turkey, Malaysia and Germany.
KFH’s long-term goals include the desire to elevate the bank into the world’s leading and most sustainable Islamic financial institution. The bank values long-term partnerships with both clients and authorities.