Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait
|Area served||Bahrain, Kuwait, UAE, India|
|Key people||Mr. Murad Ali Murad
Sh. Mohammed bin Isa Al Khalifa
|Products||Finance and insurance
Global Wealth Management
|Revenue||$282.435 million (2011)|
|Operating income||$86.492 million (2011)|
|Net income||$84.890 million (2011)|
|Total assets||$7.381 billion (2011)|
|Total equity||$635.344 million (2011)|
The Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait B.S.C. (BBK) 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 investment companies in Kuwait. The bank now operates in four countries including India and the UAE.
Ithmaar Bank, Bahrain 25.34%, The Pension Fund Commission, Bahrain 18.81%, Kuwait Investment Authority, Kuwait 14.68%, General Organization for Social Insurance, Bahrain 13.35%
December 2008, Global Investment House KSCC (Global) sold 119 million shares, a 14.70% stake, in BBK to Al-Tijari Investment Company (a subsidiary of Commercial Bank of Kuwait) at a price of BD 0.500 per share ($1.3 per share).
- "BBK 2011 Annual Report". BBK. Retrieved 2012-10-20.
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