The Speaker of Kuwait National Assembly Marzouq Al-Ghanem and the accompanying delegation have visited the head office of Kuwait Finance House- Turkey KFH-Turkey. This visit took place during a formal visit to turkey where the bank is considered to be a prominent example of success to Kuwait private sector’s foreign investments. The visit plays role in cementing relations with countries and linking bridges between cultures and civilizations.
Al-Ghanem expressed during the visit he made to KFH-Turkey in Istanbul his appreciation to this financial edifice that was achieved by Kuwaiti Turkish efforts for more than 22 years of mutual cooperation and continuous work. Moreover, he listened to KFH-Turkey Chairman Mohammad Al-Omar and the CEO Ufuq Uyan who explained the plans and strategies the bank is struggling to achieve both at the Gulf market level or the global market as well as the Turkish market level.
Meanwhile, Al-Omar welcomed the Speaker of National Assembly and the accompanying delegation and presented to them the bank’s businesses and expansions. He underlined KFH-Turkey’s role in hunting investment opportunities, in addition to the role it plays in achieving the convergence of commercial and economic cooperation between Turkey and adjacent countries on the one hand and Kuwait with the GCC countries on the other.
Al-Omar added that KFH-Turkey’s growing capabilities allowed it to expand in the European market where it launched the first bank branch in the city of Manheim in Germany. In addition KFH-Turkey opened a branch in Dubai and other in Bahrain, not to mention that KFH-Turkey increased its businesses to enhance its role as a bridge of economic and commercial cooperation between Turkey and the countries of Europe and Central Asia, Kuwait and the GCC countries.
Al-Omar added that KFH-Turkey was able to increase the number of its employees, diversify its products and services and strengthen its businesses to meet its ambitious strategy of expansion locally and overseas. He went on to say that the bank achieved a balanced and continuous growth that allow it to compete other peers on advanced positions in Turkey in all fields of financing, investments, banking services, corporations financing, major deals, and investing its clients wealth. He stressed that the bank aims to be in first place at the level of Islamic banks operating in Turkey, and among the top ten banks there.