Jul 01 2010
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KFH signs strategic partnership agreement with Islamic Finance Club at GUST
In its efforts to introduce Islamic economy, its applications
Kuwait Finance House ( KFH ) signed a strategic partnership agreement with the Islamic Finance Club at the Gulf University for Science and Technology ( GUST ) for one academic year, which reveals KFH 's keenness on introducing Islamic economy and its applications, since it firmly believes in the importance of cooperating with academic and scientific research centers. The club focuses on training students and increasing their knowledge concerning Islamic economy, in addition to introducing them to various Shariah compliant services and products that it offers in Kuwait and overseas. The club also has academically specialized personnel who serve as councilors.
Such an agreement is a model of the paradigm agreements that KFH has signed lately to support bodies with specialized activities, which include signing a cooperation agreement with the International Diabetes Association to reinforce KFH 's social role in fields, such as health, education, and youths.
The club organizes various activities for GUST students that include regular local and international participations in conferences, forums, and lectures that are specialized in Islamic economy, which broadens the horizons of the students by teaching them the fundamentals of Islamic banking and finance, in addition to services such as Ijarah, Murabaha, and Istisnaa.
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