: Kuwait Finance House (KFH) announced that it will be participating in “The Role of the Private Sector in the Future of the Kuwaiti Economy” conference organized by The Business Year (TBY); a global media group specializing in economic news and research, in partnership with Kuwait Direct Investment Promotion Authority (KDIPA). The conference will be held in London, UK on June 17th.
KFH's participation comes within the framework of its commitment to supporting the economic and investment efforts and highlighting the importance of the role of the private sector in economic development, while encouraging investments of added value to the Kuwaiti economy as this conference showcases the country's ambition to the entire global investor community.
The conference is a platform to highlight the role of the banking sector, and the investment opportunities available in the public and private sectors, while discussing developments in the business environment and the financing solutions, especially that Kuwait is increasingly looking to the private sector to diversify and boost its economy across a range of sectors in line with its “New Kuwait 2035 Vision” to transform Kuwait into a financial and commercial hub.
The conference will discuss different topics in several panels such as: Kuwait's financial sector: cornerstone of the country's privatization, the increased diversification of the Kuwaiti economy as a fuel for the future, and digital economy and entrepreneurship to promote digital transformation and spur economic diversification.
Bringing together senior public officials and top local and foreign business leaders, the event shall inspire a dialog that will bring new momentum to Kuwait's vision.
Meanwhile, TBY reiterated the importance of partnership with KFH; the world leading Islamic financial institution, indicating the significant role of KFH participation in “The Role of the Private Sector in the Future of the Kuwaiti Economy” conference that will add a lot to the event thanks to its expertise in the finance industry and its role in supporting the Kuwaiti economy.