Gulf Bank provides funding for major oil, infrastructure and construction projects

Bank participates in achieving ‘Kuwait Vision 2035’

Ahmad Al-Duwaisan

KUWAIT: Gulf Bank announced it has recently financed a number of vital development projects in line with the Kuwait National Development Plan stemming from His Highness the Amir’s vision for the country, New Kuwait 2035. Gulf Bank has provided funding for various projects in the oil, construction and infrastructure sectors through direct financing or through partnerships with other local banks.

In the past five years, Gulf Bank has been an instrumental part of pioneering and financing several noteworthy projects in the country, including: the Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Causeway project linking Kuwait City to Sabya, and the residential city of Sabah Al-Ahmad. In addition, Gulf Bank has financed the construction of projects such as: the Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Center (JACC), the Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Center, the Farwaniya Hospital expansion, and several colleges at the Sabah Al-Salem Kuwait University City in Al-Shadadiyah. Gulf Bank has also been instrumental in financing several oil sector projects, including the Kuwait National Petroleum Company’s clean fuel project and a portion of the Al-Zour oil refinery.

Ahmad Al-Duwaisan, General Manager of Corporate Banking at Gulf Bank, said: “We are very pleased to announce our role in these instrumental projects, and we are very proud that Gulf Bank is a part of the urban, cultural and economic renaissance that Kuwait is undergoing. These are projects of great strategic importance to Kuwait, and financing them is key to our country’s growth. Nothing makes us prouder than to see Gulf Bank continue to be an integral part of Kuwait’s past, present and future.”

It is worth mentioning that Gulf Bank provides financing services to various companies across a variety of sectors, either directly or in partnership with other banks.

To find out more about Gulf Bank’s activities, customers can visit one of Gulf Bank’s 58 branches or log on to Customers can also contact the Customer Contact Center by calling 1805805 or direct their queries through the WhatsApp service on 65805805 for assistance and guidance.