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Kuwait’s Markaz Rolls out Interactive Digital Platform

Kuwait Financial Centre (Markaz) has announced launching the first individual investment app in Kuwait named ‘iMarkaz’, which aims to offer initial investment consultancy to customers.

The move reflects the company’s keenness to offer innovative products to its customers and promote user experience, according to a press release published today.

Thus, the app helps investors to create investment portfolios in minutes, as well as facilitating effective communication with Markaz experts. This indicates that the company seeks to ensure the achievement of its customer goals.

In addition, the move provides an opportunity for users to benefit from the company’s integrated services in asset management, investment banking, as well as direct and real estate investments.

Al-Hajri: New digital platform fulfills customer needs

For his part, CEO Manaf Al-Hajri said his company is confident that the new digital platform will fulfill the aspirations of its customers.

In addition, he went up to say:

“As part of our commitment to achieving sustainable growth in our customers wealth, we continue striving to keep abreast of the latest technological developments to provide new innovative products and services.”

“The launch of the iMarkaz app reaffirms the company’s prestigious position as one of the most pioneering companies in providing integrated solutions in the field of investment banking and asset management services,” Al-Hajri added.

Most importantly, the iMarkaz is a qualitative addition to the extensive investment portfolio that provides first-of-its-kind solutions for asset management and investment banking services.

On the other hand, Hussain Zainuddin, executive vice president – information systems and operations, said:

“Through the application, clients can access various assets, including stocks, fixed income, real estate and options. Moreover, they can access financial markets in the GCC and U.S. as well as emerging markets.”

In a related context, Kuwait Finance House – Bahrain (KFH-Bahrain) earlier announced that it allowed its GCC customers to open banking accounts through KFH Jazeel Banking app in just few minutes.

KFH, which is one of the leading Islamic banks in Bahrain, has stated the new app allows customers to make banking transactions and receive financial services in the kingdom.

Rabea Maguid

Rabea Maguid is a journalist completely obsessed with crypto industry. He holds B.A. from Al-Azhar University, and has a background in journalism and economics. Rabea Maguid likes to think about the future in a positive way, and sees blockchain as a potential driver of deep societal change.

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