Kuwait Finance House Investment Co. K.S.C.C. (“KFH Investment”), previously Liquidity Management House for Investment Co. K.S.C.C., is an investment company wholly owned by KFH. KFH Investment (formerly known as: Liquidity House) was established in December 2007 and commenced its operations in September 2008. The company was launched with a paid up capital of Kuwaiti Dinars 100 Million (approx. US$ 360 Million). KFH Investment’s objective is to be a principal player in the international Sukuk market and the Sharia compliant structured finance arena.
KFH Investment’s current team has extensive experience within the Islamic Finance space and derives strategic strength from KFH’s brand name, distribution capability, and geographic coverage while offering its products and services to its clients.
In October 2012, a delegation from KFH and Liquidity House met with then Egyptian minister of finance Mumtaz al-Said, and expressed the companies’ willingness to invest in the country. (Mubasher.info)
Ties to the West:
• The company issues sukuks all over the world along with leading international banks the latest was in South Africa;
• “Treasury hires banks to plan debut sukuk sale“ (Robert Brand and Lyubov Pronia, 8/29/2014);
• “Treasury on Thursday said it appointed BNP Paribas, KFH Investment and Standard Bank Group to arrange a debut sukuk sale of at least $500m…“;
• Zawiya 8/31/2014: “South Africa mentioned it appointed PNB Paribas Bank, Standard Bank and KFH Investment, a subsidiary of KFH, to organized meetings with investors.
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