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About Us

Who We Are

Kuwait Investment House the umbrella under which Mohamed Saleh Al Khennah Group of Companies shine, Conceived and established in 1979, KIH the first company to operate abroad, it started operations in Spain, buying and selling real estate properties to GCC citizens. It was the right time as the industry was just gaining momentum in GCC Today KIH has a host of diversified investment activities and portfolios including corporate and individual project financing, specialized consultancy services, commercial and construction services, huge building projects etc. KIH now is a big conglomerate capable of meeting the ever increasing demands of clients at the local, regional and international levels through direct investments in the local and international markets In 2005, KIH transformed into a shareholding and Holding Co. that manages the entire Al Khennah properties and investments in the sister companies

Since inception, Kuwait Investment House Holding Co. KSCC has made significant advancements to become a credible player in the financial marketplace. It has built a strong awareness for its brand over the years and is well recognized as a niche player that provides innovative and value-adding solutions to its customers. At Kuwait Investment House Holding Co. KSCC, performance is measured as much by the efficiency of our people as by the effectiveness of our products. Whatever the economic situation, we remain committed to maintain performance level that is up to our clients and shareholders’ expectations. Our business force and strength relies heavily on the individual talents and the diversity available within our workforce. We adopt a collaborative approach to delivering optimum financial solutions to our valued customers. Our agility in responding to customer financial needs and market changes sets us apart in a rather competitive marketplace.

We are licensed and regulated by The Central Bank of Kuwait (CBB). We have consistently complied with all regulatory requirements, including but not limited to, various types of capital adequacy ratios, and submission of mandatory returns. Kuwait's Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority also monitors senior management positions and even assesses the functional practicality of the premises. The overall monitoring is conducted by Kuwait's Central Bank through review of returns and periodic audits of accounting information and operational activities.

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