Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait - Egypt

Also known as: ABK Egypt Last updated on: 29 January 2021

ABK announces operating profits of KD 87.3 million

KUWAIT: Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait (ABK) yesterday announced Operating Profits of KD 87.3 million for 2015, up 5.8% from last year. Operating Income also saw a 9.3% jump to KD 128.5 million, while net loans and advances to customers increased by 25.8% over the same period, underlining the Bank's strong growth momentum. Net Profits, however, were down 19.2%, from KD 37.6 million to KD 30.4 million,

Kuwait Times - 10-Feb-2016

ABK Q3 profits surge

Net loans and advances to customers increased by 17.7%

Kuwait Times - 26-Oct-2015

Al Ahli Bank records net profit of KD 29.2m - Customer-focused approach is bearing fruit: chairman

KUWAIT CITY: Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait (ABK) today announced a net profit of KD 29.2 million for the first nine months of 2015, a 7 percent increase from KD 27.3million over the corresponding period in 2014. Net operating income also saw a substantial 8 percent jump, rising to KD 65.4 million from KD 60.6 million when compared to the third quarter last year. Net loans and advances to customers

Arab Times - 26-Oct-2015

ABK announces net profit of KD20.44m - Net profits rise by 7.2%

KUWAIT: Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait (ABK) yesterday announced a net profit of KD20.44 million for the first half of 2015, demonstrating a 7.2% increase from KD 19.07 million over the same period in 2014. Operating income also saw a 4.6% jump from the same period last year with KD 62.64 million versus KD 59.89 million in 2014, while net loans and advancements to customers increased by 8.4% over

Kuwait Times - 26-Jul-2015

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