The Bahrain All-Share Index slipped 0.10% to 1,194.04 points on Thursday. Islamic bank Gulf Finance House fell 3.70% to $0.13. Its rival Al Baraka Banking Group closed flat at $0.73. Earlier in the day, Bahrain’s oldest Shar’iah-compliant bank said tqan Capital paid out 3.75% in dividends to its Real Estate Income Fund-I investors on Sept. 26, representative of the first half of the
second year of operations and consistent with its first year’s pay out. A pay out of 7.5% of the REIF-1 fund, which was launched in 2012 had already been distributed to its investors for the first year of operation. Itqan Capital is a Saudi Arabia-based investment company licensed by the Capital Market Authority, headquartered in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It is a subsidiary of Al Baraka Islamic Bank (Bahrain), and a member of Al Baraka Banking Group.