last updated on: 09 September 2016

Bahrain Exchange Company W.L.L

Also known as: BEC, Bahrain Exchange

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Country Kuwait Ownership Type Foreign

Contact details

Primary address
Al Hajeri Building
Al Shuhada Street
Basement, Ground, Mezzanine, 1st Floor ,3rd Floor,4th floor.
Murgab Area
Kuwait City
Safat 13152
Al Assimah

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Financial Services
    1. General Financial Services
      1. Foreign Exchange Dealers
        1. Conventional (Primary Industry)


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