The Securities House K.S.C.P. (SECH.KSE)   ( 1043)

Also Known As SH

  • Kuwait
  • Last Trade: 0.047 KWD | ( 14 May 2019 )

Last Updated On 11 October 2018

Fast Facts

Country Kuwait
Ownership Type Publicly Listed
Company Type Joint Stock
Principal Activities Provides direct investments in various sectors; asset management services including fund, portfolio and wealth management; brokerage services, all according to Islamic principles.
Date of Establishment Year 1982 (March)
No of Employees 22 ( 22 Company )
Exchange RIC Ticker Symbol Stock Type Currency
Kuwait SE SECH.KSE SECH Ordinary KWD
Sector (Definitions) Industry ( Expand All Collapse All )
Financial Services

  • Islamic

  • Investment Firms

    • Islamic

  • Islamic

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Certification, Regulation & Rating

Islamic Economy Related Yes

Officers  

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Name Available Director representing Sons of Abdulla Yusuf Ahmad Al-Ghanim General Trading Co. WLL -
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