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KFH participates in ‘UAE Companies Investment Meet: Unlocking Kuwait’s Potential’

KUWAIT: At the “UAE Companies Investment Meet: Unlocking Kuwait’s Potential,” KFH Acting Group Chief Executive Officer, Abdulwahab Iesa Al-Rushood, expressed his honor to be participating. He said: “This event presents a valuable opportunity for Kuwaiti and Emirati companies to collaborate on joint projects. Such collaborations can not only support economic development plans in Kuwait but also strengthen the historical ties within the GCC countries.”

Al-Rushood added “Kuwait boasts rich investment opportunities across diverse sectors. It also benefits from a long-established private sector that has achieved numerous successes. The Kuwaiti banking system consistently supports local companies through financing, advisory services, and expertise. This strong support stems from the sector’s high creditworthiness and extensive presence in key regional and global markets, where it collaborates with major international partners.”

Abdulwahab Iesa Al-Rushood addresses the forum.
Abdulwahab Iesa Al-Rushood addresses the forum.

He emphasized that Kuwait 2035 Vision prioritizes streamlining and attracting investments. The economy is a top priority for the government. “Leveraging its strong financial resources, Kuwait is well-positioned for a major development driven by the private sector,” he added.

Al-Rushood further stated, “KFH is committed to offering various forms of assistance to help advance the development process and enhance the economic landscape at both the local and regional levels.”

“I want to express my gratitude to the organizers and wish the forum success. I hope this event will play a vital role in attracting new investments, fostering growth in various sectors of Kuwait’s economy, and ultimately realizing the hopes and aspirations of its people,” he concluded.

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