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Kuwait Finance House hosts Khawla School

April 10, 2014 3:08 pm

Kuwait Finance House (KFH) has hosted a delegation of outstanding female students from Khawla School in an attempt to raise their awareness of the basic banking transactions, and to highlight the importance of saving money economically and socially.

A group of KFH employees introduced the delegation to KFH’s Al-Fayha branch and demonstrated the sections of the branch along with the products and services it provides. Moreover, they highlighted Baiti Account for children. This account is a saving account that can be opened for minors from date of birth to the age of 14 years old. It can be opened by the minor’s natural guardian (father, grandfather), mother, the legal guardian, or a second-degree relative. They explained that the minimum amount to open the account is KD 10 with no maximum limit where KFH invests 60% of the lowest available monthly balance.

Meanwhile, the students expressed interest in the visit since they benefited from the discussion and the questions that were answered.

It’s worth noting that KFH is keen on hosting students from schools and educational institutes to raise their awareness of the importance of the banking business, and savings as an essential value in the life of the individual and society as well as to highlight the leadership of the bank in the region and the world.