National Bank of Kuwait
First opened in Kuwait in 1952, the National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) is the first national bank in the Gulf Region. Founded by Khaled Zaid Al-Khaled, NBK is currently the largest financial institution in Kuwait and one of the leading banks in the Middle East.
Industrial Bank of Kuwait
The Industrial Bank of Kuwait was established in 1973 in the State of Kuwait by the Ministry of Finance, Central Bank of Kuwait and other large local industrial firms. Their primary objective is to nurish the local industry.
HSBC Bank Middle East
HSBC Bank Middle East Limited is the largest and most widely represented international bank in the Middle East. HSBC was voted Best Wealth Management Initiative in the GCC for its HSBC Premier service by readers of The Banker Middle East magazine.
Gulf Bank of Kuwait
The Gulf Bank of Kuwait is one of the leading banks of Kuwait with a total capital of over 82 million Kuwaiti dinars ($280 million US Dollars), over 30 local branches, and over 700 staff members.
Central Bank of Kuwait
The Central Bank of Kuwait was established in 1969 to offer a flexible currency system on behalf of the State of Kuwait.
Burgan Bank is the youngest commercial bank in the State of Kuwait. It has acquired a leading role in the retail, corporate and investment-banking sector through its innovative product offers and technologically advanced delivery channels
Boubyan Bank was established in 2004 by Amiri Decree No. 88 with a paid-up capital of 100 million Kuwaiti Dinars for the purpose of exercising all activities of the banking business (financial and commercial) in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Central Bank of Kuwait
Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait
The Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait was established in 1971 in both the Kingdom of Bahrain and the State of Kuwait. Its shareholders consist of the general public and government of Bahrain, and banks and investement companies in Kuwait. The bank now operates in four countries including India and the UAE.