National Bank of Kuwait - (NBK)

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Stock Market: Kuwait Stock Exchange
Official Sector: Banks
Market Cap Size: Large Cap
Gulfbase Sector: Commercial Bank

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Establishment Date: 19/05/1952
Paidup capital: KWD 591,744,752
Par value per share: Fils 100.00
Outstanding Shares ('000): 5,816,428
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National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) is a joint stock company based in the State of Kuwait. NBK provides financial services to individuals, corporate and institutional customers, including advisory and wealth management. NBK's personal banking services include interest and non-interest bearing accounts, credit cards, loans, online services and personalized customer packages. Corporate banking services include benefits such as domestic and foreign corporate banking, and structured and trade finance. The private banking segment of NBK provides investment and offshore services, overseas banking and real estate services. The investment center is involved in investment funds, performance funds and asset management. The brokerage service includes the United States equity trading, options trading, stock and fund transfers, online and telephone trading. NBK has an international network presence in Qatar, Jordan, Lebanon, the United Kingdom, Bahrain, Singapore, Vietnam, France and the United States.
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