January 24, 2018
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KAMCO receives 6 international awards for its performance during 2016

KAMCO Investment Company, a leading investment company with one of the largest AUMs in the region, received a plaque for the “Best Wealth Management Company – Kuwait” from International Finance Magazine (“IFM”), a renowned financial publication that recognizes and honors individuals, as well as organizations, in the financial investment industry. Ms. Sana Al Hadlaq, Chief Wealth Officer of KAMCO, received the trophy on behalf of the Company.

This award is one of six awards that the Company received for excellence in 2016. KAMCO was awarded “Best GCC Investment Banking Company” and “Best Investment Management Company - Kuwait” from World Finance. “Best Wealth Management Company - Kuwait” and “Best Real Estate Fund – Kuwait” from International Finance Magazine. “Asset Manager of the Year – Kuwait” from Global Investor and “Best Bond Issuance Manager of the Year GCC” by Global Business Outlook.

Ms. Sana Al Hadlaq, said, “We are honored to have been recognized by the International Finance Magazine as the best wealth management company in Kuwait during 2016. It is a privilege to serve our valued clients with our talented team of experts. This award represents KAMCO’s ability to convert its accumulated years of experience and resources into customized plans and tailored wealth management strategies that assist clients in identifying and managing important life priorities. Our Wealth Management team uses their abilities and skills to advise corporates, high net worth individuals, sovereign wealth funds, pensions, endowments, foundations and family offices.”

Ms. Al Hadlaq continued to say that the Wealth Management team’s leadership and highly skilled experts have assisted in KAMCO’s role in becoming one of the leading Asset Management and Investment Banking providers in the local and regional markets. The Team will continue to provide custom tailored innovative products and superior services that exceed the local market expectations. 

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