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What does KIB stand for?

KIB stands for Kuwait International Bank

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KUWAIT CITY, April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kuwait's International Financial Advisors KSCC ("IFA") announced today the closing of a 5 year term loan facility between Al Wafir Marketing Services Company KSCC ("Al Wafir") and Kuwait International Bank KSC ("KIB") for an aggregate amount of KD 14 M (approximately US$ 50 Million).
KUWAIT CITY, April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kuwait's International Financial Advisors KSCC ("IFA") announced today the closing of a 5 year term loan facility between Al Wafir Marketing Services Company KSCC ("Al Wafir") and Kuwait International Bank KSC ("KIB") for an aggregate amount of KD 14 M (approximately US$ 50 Million).
The awards were judged by an esteemed panel of industry figures, including previous Arab Technology Awards winners Lamya Altabtebai of Kuwait International Bank and Ian McKenzie of Emirates College for Advanced Education; Andy Baul-Lewis of Frost & Sullivan; and Rania Hadi, William Kanaan, Charbel Sarkes and Hatim Alkahily, all of who work for Google in the region.
MANAMA: Kuwait International Bank (KIB) has announced the official approval of the Central Bank of Kuwait on the appointment of Nasreen Al Qaseer to the position of general manager for its risk management department.
Partners Its partners include the Social Insurance Organisation, International Investment Bank, Kuwait International Bank, Almohaisen Group, Al Nafea Group, Albabtain Group and other high-calibre shareholders from the GCC region as well as a partner from Spain.
lt;p>It seemed that the Government's efforts paid off, as in July it was reported that despite the ongoing global economic crisis, Kuwaiti banks, for the most part, had been able to make aCaprofit in the first half of the year, the exception being Kuwait International Bank (KIB), which reported a loss of KWD 3.