Abyaar Real Estate Development Company K.S.C.P. (ABYR.KW)

Also known as:  Abyaar

About Abyaar Real Estate Development Company K.S.C.P.Last updated on: 14 May 2020

Business Summary
Shariah compliant real estate property investment, development and management; civil contracting for residential and commercial buildings; real estate business consulting services; organizes real estate exhibitions and auctions.
Country of Incorporation
Ownership Type
Established In
2002
Primary Sector
Number of Employees
14
Stock Listing
IDStock TypeCurrencyExchangeSymbol
ABYAAR.KSEOrdinaryKWDKuwait SEABYAAR

Contact details

Primary address
Building: Sahara Tower, Building 9
Street: Al Soor Street
Floor: 5th Floor, Office 1
Area: Qebla Area, Block 13
P.O. Box: 4238
Country: Kuwait
City: Safat
City Suffix: 13043
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Region
Al Assimah
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Ownership

Executives

Mr Mohammed Jasem Al Holi
Chief Executive Officer
Dr Abdullah Bin Abdullah Fozan Al Obaid
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Support Services
Mr Hani Arikat
Finance Manager

Board Members

Mr Issam Abdulrahman Mohammed Er-Rumh
Chairman and director representing A'ayan Leasing Holding Company K.S.C.
Mr Abdulaziz Assad Abdulaziz Al Sanad
Vice Chairman
Mr Hamad Saud Hamad Al Humaidi
Director representing A'ayan Leasing and Investment Company K.S.C.P.
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