Kuwait-based investment firm NIH opts UAE’s BHM Capital as its liquidity provider

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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Kuwait’s leading investment firm National International Holding Company (NIH) has appointed UAE-based private joint-stock company BHM Capital as a ‘Liquidity Provider’ for its shares traded on Dubai Financial Market (DFM).

According to the statement, BHM Capital, as the appointed liquidity provider, will work to enhance the liquidity of securities issued by NIH.

Founded in 2006, BHM Capital is a private joint-stock company regulated by the UAE Securities and Commodities Authority and listed on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM). The company offers a comprehensive range of financial services and investment instruments in various local and international financial markets to a diverse clientele base, that includes institutional and high-net-worth clients, enterprises, and financial institutions.

Abdel Hadi
Abdel Hadi Al Sa’di
CEO – BHM Capital

“We are delighted to work as the Liquidity Provider with the National International Holding Company. As a leading regional and international investment player, NIH is a great addition to our portfolio and consolidates our position as a leading firm in the financial markets industry. We look forward to providing the highest standards of market-making services in compliance with the regulations by the UAE Securities and Commodities Authority.”

NIH is an investment company with a varied portfolio in a wide range of sectors in the regional and international markets, including real estate, education, technology, and so on.

Mr. Mamdouh Abdulghani El Sherbiny, Managing Director of National International Holding Company said, “This agreement marks an important step in our growth plans, and are pleased to be working with BHM Capital which has an excellent track record in providing liquidity services. We are confident that with such a reputable and reliable partner, we will be able to achieve success and deliver great value to our shareholders.”

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