National Bank of Kuwait is Kuwait's largest bank and the country's leading conventional bank, commanding a market share of around 30 per cent of consolidated system assets.
What does NBOK stand for?
NBOK stands for National Bank of Kuwait
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Samples in periodicals archive:
uk Global Banking News - 18 April 2013 National Bank of Kuwait has said that it is bullish on the local economy.
| KUWAIT, April 9 (KUNA) - National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) announced in a statement issued today that it would organize a specialized international symposium to discuss navigating global financial risks with world-renowned experts.
IBQ is 30 per cent owned by the National Bank of Kuwait (NBK), Kuwait's biggest lender.
The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK), the largest lender in the emirate, meanwhile, sharply raised its forecasts for revenues and budget surplus in the 2011/2012 fiscal year which began on April 1.
Two Middle East banks, National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) and National bank of Kuwait (NBK) is included in the world's top 50 safest banks list compiled by Global Finance magazine.
Only two Middle East banks make it to the top 50 - the National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) and National bank of Kuwait squeezing in at number 46 and 47 respectively but were first and second on their regional list.
National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) is by far the largest bank in Kuwait and one of the largest banks in the GCC.