KFHpay

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Kuwait Finance House (KFH) is considered a pioneer of the banking phenomenon known as Islamic finance or Shari’a Compliant Banking. KFH is the first Islamic bank established in 1977 […]

Certified payment providers 1
Market coverage 7
  • Australia
  • Bahrain
  • Kuwait
  • Malaysia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
Currencies 7
  • Australia Dollar
  • Bahrain Dinar
  • Kuwait Dinar
  • Malaysia Ringgit
  • Saudi Arabia Riyal
  • Turkey Lira
  • United Arab Emirates Dirham
Description

Kuwait Finance House (KFH) is considered a pioneer of the banking phenomenon known as Islamic finance or Shari’a Compliant Banking. KFH is the first Islamic bank established in 1977 in the State of Kuwait and today it is one of the leading Islamic financial institutions in the world.

KFH provides a wide range of Shariah-compliant banking products and services, covering real estate, trade finance, investment portfolios, commercial, retail and corporate banking and is available in Kuwait, the Kingdom from Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Malaysia and Australia.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best practices for managing cross-border payments?2023-04-18T18:56:57+02:00

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