Al-Madina for Finance and Investment Company K.S.C. (Public) (MADI.KW)

Also known as:  Al-Madina, Al-Madina for Finance & Investment
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As of 10 MAR 2021 - GMT|Kuwait SE
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Recommendation
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Div Yield
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P/E (Last 12 Month)
1.61
Upside
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Target Price (Mean)
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52Wk
15.0 07 JAN
18.5 16 FEB

Open
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Previous Close
16.20 2039
Turnover
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EPS
0.01 2039
Volume
0
Transactions
0
Market Cap
6.59B 2039
IPO Date
24-Apr-2006
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About Al-Madina for Finance and Investment Company K.S.C. (Public)Last updated on: 30 July 2020

Business Summary
Provides direct investments in various sectors; asset management services including fund and portfolio management; investment banking services including corporate finance and investment advisory on mergers and acquisitions, initial public offering and underwriting, all according to Islamic principles.
Country of Incorporation
Ownership Type
Established In
1980
Primary Sector
Number of Employees
26
Stock Listing
IDStock TypeCurrencyExchangeSymbol
ALMADINA.KSEOrdinaryKWDKuwait SEALMADINA
ALMADINA.DFMOrdinaryAEDDubai FMALMADINA

Contact details

Primary address
Building: Bahbahani Tower
Street: Al Soar Street
Floor: 16th Floor
Area: Sharq Area, Block 5
P.O. Box: 2799
Country: Kuwait
City: Safat
City Suffix: 13028
CONTACT
Region
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Executives

Mr Imad El Deen Fehmi Nemer Assaf
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Sharif Mohammed Ali Abdulrazzeq
Head of Capital Management

Board Members

Dr Abdulraouf Toufik Abdulsayid
Chairman
Mr Mohammed Darweesh Al-Shemali
Vice Chairman
Mr Ahmad Abdulfattah Badr
Director
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