Our Shareholders

Kamco Invest

Kamco was established to meet the high expectations of local and international clients, enhance the investment service industry in Kuwait and implement the ambitious goals of an experienced management team and a sophisticated list of shareholders. Kamco plays an important role in promoting investment opportunities in the Arabian Gulf Peninsula to international investors through expert financial engineering. It also provides investors with a diverse scope of international and national investment opportunities, and facilitates those investments by providing clients with services that target their individual needs.

Action Group Holdings Co.

Action Group Holdings (K.S.C.C.) (AGH) is a leading private Kuwait-based holding company established in 1998. With financial interests in both private and public companies, the Group also invests significantly in alternative investments such as real estate and private equity. The company invests actively in the local and MENA regional capital markets, based on our underlying belief in the long term potential that these economies can offer.

Wafra International Investment Co.

Established in 1994 as a Kuwaiti shareholding company Wafra is a conservative investment company dedicated to preserving and developing shareholder equity. Wafra achieves its objectives through the utilization of investment channels and instruments on the local and international levels and that are determined by well-studied, conservative investment policies to achieve highest returns with the least risk possible.

Esterad Investment Co.

Esterad Investment Company BSC (Esterad) is currently the only publicly quoted investment company in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The company’s objective is to maximize shareholder value and maintain steady growth in earnings through diversification of investments across a variety of asset classes, both regionally and internationally. Esterad’s investment interests cover quoted equities, private equity, fixed income and real estate. All investments in Arab markets are managed in-house whilst most of the international investments are made through third party managed investment products.