KFH participates in World Islamic Banking Conference

Islamic finance & sustainable economic growth in age of disruption

KUWAIT: Kuwait Finance House (KFH) participates as a platinum sponsor in the 25th Annual World Islamic Banking Conference WIBC themed “Islamic Finance & Sustainable Economic Growth in the Age of Disruption”. The conference is held in Bahrain until 28th of November.

KFH’s participation for the 6th consecutive year comes as part of its ongoing commitment towards taking part in the international financial forums that seek to improve Islamic banking and underscore the importance of this industry regionally and globally.

The WIBC conference will tackle several key points including Entrenching Transparency in Advancing Sustainable Growth in the Islamic Financial Market, an Overview of IIFM’s Sharia-compliant Financial Documentation and Product Confirmation Standards, Developments in Financial Markets, Tax & Banking Industry in GCC and Economic Growth & Sustainable finance

The conference is seen as a good opportunity for bankers and lawmakers to exchange experiences and participate in important discussions for the benefit of Islamic finance and global economy. KFH strives to sponsor events and activities that aim at developing the Islamic finance industry that is witnessing remarkable growth and gaining great momentum regionally and globally. Moreover, KFH, thanks to its extensive experience and long track record in this industry, not to mention the huge geographical expansion, strengthens its position and reputation as a reference for Islamic banking and finance.

KFH was established in Kuwait in 1977 and is enlisted in the Kuwait Stock Exchange. KFH Group is a global pioneer in the field of Islamic banking services, where it offers a wide array of Islamic products and services, not to mention a high standard of innovation and client service.

KFH manages its operations in the GCC, Asia, and Europe through over 480 branches, including KFH-Turkey, in order to offer services for the bank’s clients in Turkey, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Germany, Jordan, and Dubai.

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