KFH-Bahrain announces winners of Libshara savings account
Aug 9, 2017 3:39 PM
Kuwait Finance House - Bahrain (KFH-Bahrain) has announced the winners of Libshara Savings Investment Account last raffle which was held at the Bank s headquarter in the Bahrain World Trade Centre. Under...
Kuwait Finance House - Bahrain (KFH-Bahrain) has announced the winners of ‘Libshara’ Savings Investment Account last raffle which was held at the Bank’s headquarter in the Bahrain World Trade Centre.
Under the supervision of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, and in the presence of several officials from KFH-Bahrain, Hasan Ali AlNaser was declared the final grand prize winner of the villa in Ishbiliya Village, while Hasan Mohamed Salman won a monthly salary of BD500 ($1,316.9) for a period of one year.
On this occasion, the executive manager and head of Retail Banking Group at KFH-Bahrain, Khalid Rafea said: “We would like to congratulate the lucky winners and we wish our savers best of luck in winning new amazing prizes in the upcoming draws.”
“It is our pleasure to present a new prizes line-up to ‘Libshara’ account which includes nine luxury apartments located in Marrasi Al Bahrain and total monthly prizes totalling $140,000 in the new campaign,” he added.
“We invite everybody to increase their investments and savings in ‘Libshara’ account to double their winning chances with our amazing prizes,” he concluded.
The ‘Libshara’ Savings Investment Account is a Sharia’a compliant savings scheme that offers clients valuable prizes on a monthly and quarterly basis. For every BD50 ($131.6) saved, clients are entitled to one raffle entry and can increase their chances of winning one of the many exciting prizes by increasing the total amount invested and for a longer time.
The ‘Libshara’ Savings Investment Account is available to citizens and residents of the kingdom who are 18 years and above or by a legal guardian on behalf of a minor. It is also available to establishments and corporations. The account can be opened in Bahraini dinars or US dollars.